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2020 North Pacific Warmth
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2020 North Pacific Warmth

First posted July 24th 2020

One of the most striking and persistent climate anomalies of recent years has been the widespread unusual warmth that has affected the North Pacific Ocean. Beginning in summer 2013, sea surface temperatures (SSTs) became much warmer than normal between Alaska and Hawaii, and as the warm anomaly persisted and intensified over the next two years, it gained widespread attention and became known in some circles as the “The Blob“.

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Dr. Jan F. Dutton - CEO, Prescient Weather Ltd

Dr. Jan F. Dutton

Dr. Jan F. Dutton

CEO, Prescient Weather Ltd

Jan is the creator of the World Climate Service seasonal/subseasonal forecast application and holds a PhD in Meteorology and an MBA from Penn State University in the United States.

His career spans over 20 years in the weather information industry.

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