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  • Bacon
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    The Pacific Ocean has been experiencing an El Nino effect since last year, a periodic raise in the temperature of the ocean water. It's the same effect that was present in '98, the last time Southern California experienced heavy rains. It has nothing to do with the earthquake or the tsunami. Those with longer memories than 30 days will remember that it's been unusually rainy since October, the tsunami didn't occur until Christmas day.
    Last edited by Bacon; 02-23-2005, 09:36 AM.

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  • figment1986
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    actually it is possable that the tsumani actually changed the weather patern.... more water in some areas for that short time.. the earth was compansating??
    (I know FLA is under average for this year....)

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  • Whatever
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    Originally posted by sir clinksalot
    As you all know we have been in an extremely "Wet Pattern" here in Socal since early January. Talking with a friend from work yesterday he made the comment that it is really since the Tsunami that the pattern has changed.

    Not only the wetness here in the South, but the unseasonably drier weather in the NorthWest. Los Angeles is actually above Seattle for Rainfall so far this year, if you can believe that.

    So although we weren't directly affected by the Tsunami, do you think a huge global event such as that can effect the weather patterns of the entire pacific rim? And if so, why hasn't it been mentioned?
    No, not an earthquake or a tidal wave. Volcanic eruption maybe.

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  • sir clinksalot
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    Tsunami's effect on Global Weather?

    As you all know we have been in an extremely "Wet Pattern" here in Socal since early January. Talking with a friend from work yesterday he made the comment that it is really since the Tsunami that the pattern has changed.

    Not only the wetness here in the South, but the unseasonably drier weather in the NorthWest. Los Angeles is actually above Seattle for Rainfall so far this year, if you can believe that.

    So although we weren't directly affected by the Tsunami, do you think a huge global event such as that can effect the weather patterns of the entire pacific rim? And if so, why hasn't it been mentioned?

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