Northern Hemisphere Winter Circulation Statistics
| DOI: 10.5065/MFX0-MW92
Winter seasonal circulation statistics for the Northern Hemisphere were derived from NMC analyses by Ngar-Cheung (Gabriel) Lau. Grids are available at various tropospheric levels between 1000 and 100 millibars. The period of record is 1965 to 1976, with each winter consisting of the 120 days beginning November 15.
1965-11 to 1976-03
|Convergence||Geopotential Height||Upper Air Temperature||Upper Level Winds|
|1000 mbar||850 mbar||700 mbar||500 mbar|
|400 mbar||300 mbar||250 mbar||200 mbar|
|150 mbar||100 mbar|
Winter Season Climatology
Department of Atmospheric Science, University of Washington
Binary (see dataset documentation)
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