The understanding of oceanic behavior coinciding with atmospheric conditions is a key knowledge base for predicting of severe weather outbreaks, possible geographic location, and pinpoint of target arrival.
The SWS team has learned much about oceanography and its affect on meteorological
events. In observation and further research data on when the big waves would hit
the coast, and measured up the size of the storms for being at the right
place at the right time. In this detailed analysis, it was then that there
was some correlation between when these powerful storms that hit the west
coast and a following severe weather event in the mid-section of the U.S.
As these "cold fronts" approached, we observed further study the patterns
in the Gulf of Mexico. The humidity caused from the warm ocean temperature
would be observed as low level wind fields showed a northerly flow. In
doing this analysis and compiling hundreds of pages of recorded data,
as well as deep studies of the NOAA and SPC meteorology websites. We continue
to research "anything" pertaining to mesocyclone activity.
the end of the day, it is "how we can be part of a solution process that
minimizes fear", and to further study, participate in research, and contribute to others in our findings moving forward. That is our motive for founding SevereWarningSystems.com.