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An Application of Long-Wave Principles to a Cold Outbreak

Lawrence A. HughesU. S. Weather Bureau, Chicago, Illinois

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David W. SaxtonUnited States Air Force

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An incipient severe polar outbreak that eventually affected practically all of the United States is considerably delayed by retrogression of a major trough in the westerlies. An investigation of this retrogression shows how long-wave principles aid in the prediction of such outbreaks.

1 Work started while with the University of Chicago.

2 Then on duty at the University of Chicago. Present assignment: USAF Weather Central, Suitland, Md.

An incipient severe polar outbreak that eventually affected practically all of the United States is considerably delayed by retrogression of a major trough in the westerlies. An investigation of this retrogression shows how long-wave principles aid in the prediction of such outbreaks.

1 Work started while with the University of Chicago.

2 Then on duty at the University of Chicago. Present assignment: USAF Weather Central, Suitland, Md.

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