Co-Occurring cold extremes in North America and unusually warm weather in Europe

Weather forecast

Supporting information and figures

Figure 1: Mean temperature anomaly, sea level pressure (SLP) and 500hPa geopotenial height (Z500) anomaly during the CENA. The first row depicts 5 days prior the event, the second on the day of the event and the last row 5 days after the event. Areas with 5% significance level are marked by symbols.

 

Figure 2: Mean temperature anomaly, sea level pressure (SLP) and 500hPa geopotenial height (Z500) anomaly during the WEEU. The first row depicts 5 days prior the event, the second on the day of the event and the last row 5 days after the event. Areas with 5% significance level are marked by symbols.