Evelyn Browning Garriss's Contributions

Browning World Climate Bulletin: Water Rights and Decadal Oscillators

Oct 27 – Today, we speak with Evelyn and James Garriss of the Browning World Climate Bulletin to get an update on long-term weather trends and the expected impacts on commodities, the economy, and the world at large.

Garriss: Get Ready for Global Weather Whiplash

Jul 6 – “We have just had a super-hot El Niño,” says Evelyn Garriss on today’s podcast. “When they are this strong they tend to flip very quickly within a couple of months to a cold La Niña…with a speed that gives you whiplash.” Evelyn and James Garriss explain how they see...

Evelyn and James Garriss: El Niño Will Help, But California Drought Will Continue

Nov 6 – Cris welcomes Evelyn Garriss and her son James Garriss of the Browning World Climate Bulletin. They discuss some of the potential extreme weather events in the US as a result of the coming El Niño pattern, how it will affect drought conditions in California...

El Niño Update – Separating Hype from Probability

Expect a strong El Nino this winter to warmer conditions in the northern tier of states and most of Canada. This should lead to lower heating demand, as well as fewer travel and transportation difficulties. The southern tier of states should get cooler, wetter...

Shaping the Rest of 2015: Godzilla vs. The Volcano

Over the next 6 months, two major climate factors will shape global weather. In the tropics is a strong El Niño event that some headlines have described as a “Godzilla El Niño.” To the north, swirling in the Arctic air, is the sulfuric debris from the giant eruption...

Evelyn Browning Garriss on Monster El Niño – Will It Save California?

Aug 14 – Scientists have forecast a strong El Niño weather pattern for this fall and winter. How will it affect rainfall in the western US? What about the hurricane season and global food production? Jim welcomes Evelyn Browning Garriss...

Evelyn Garriss: North American Weather Being Shaped by El Niño, Volcanic Eruptions and the Hot Atlantic

May 28 – What does a “peek-a-boo” El Niño pattern, an “atmospheric river” in Texas and a volcanic eruption in Iceland have in common? They are all affecting the weather, and thus agricultural production, in North America.

Evelyn Browning Garriss: We’re in Hot Water Now!

North America Surrounded by Hot Water

Feb 17 – Jim welcomes back Evelyn Browning Garriss, Editor of The Browning Newsletter. Evelyn explains that when North America is surrounded by hot water, as it is now, the western regions are typically hot, while...

Evelyn Browning Garriss: El Niño Conditions Return and Should Linger Through the Winter

Cool Winter in Central and Eastern North America – Needed Rain for California and Southwest U.S.

Dec 2 – Jim welcomes back Evelyn Browning Garriss, Editor of The Browning Newsletter. Evelyn and Jim discuss the return of El Niño weather conditions, and if they are likely to last through the winter and into the spring. Currently there are unofficial El Niño conditions and enough warm water in the Pacific to linger into March, with a 65% chance of lasting into May.

Evelyn Browning Garriss: El Niño or No El Niño? That Is the Question

Sep 10 – Jim welcomes back Evelyn Browning Garriss, Editor of The Browning Newsletter. Evelyn and Jim discuss the complicated weather patterns in the Pacific and if a true El Niño weather pattern will be coming this winter or not.

Evelyn Browning Garriss: Evolving El Niño Pattern Weakening – Economic Consequences for North America

Jul 4 – Jim welcomes back Evelyn Browning Garriss, editor of the Browning Newsletter. They discuss the developing El Niño weather pattern in the Pacific Ocean, and it’s economic consequences. History shows that El Niños affect...

The Economic Consequences of El Niño – North America

The economic impact of the El Niño is widespread. It is benign for most of US agriculture and lowers winter heating demand for most of Canada and large portions of the Western and Northern US. However, the impacts on other portions of the North American economy are not as favorable.

Evelyn Browning Garriss: High Probability of an El Niño Event – Good News for Farmers and Californians

Apr 10 – Jim welcomes back Evelyn Browning Garriss, Editor of The Browning Newsletter. Evelyn discusses the chances of Central and Eastern North America having a cool, delayed planting season as well as the likelihood of a benign El Niño growing season.

Evelyn Browning Garriss: Wild Weather – Record Cold in Midwest and East; Historic Drought in California

Feb 6 – Jim welcomes back Evelyn Browning Garriss, Editor of The Browning Newsletter. Jim and Evelyn discuss the unprecedented frigid weather across the Midwest and East of the US, brought down from Canada by the now...

Evelyn Browning Garriss: Volcanic Debris in the Arctic Will Create Colder than Average Winter in North America

Dec 3 – Jim welcomes back Evelyn Browning Garriss, Editor of The Browning Newsletter. Evelyn discusses the volcanic eruptions in the Arctic air mass over the last two years, and how the result has been a very cold and turbulent polar air...

Evelyn Browning Garriss: Get Ready for Unusual Extremes This Season – Snow & Drought

Oct 15 – Jim welcomes back Evelyn Browning-Garriss, editor of the Browning Newsletter. Evelyn cautions further extreme temperatures in 2013, including an unusual cold mass in the north this season, extreme weather patterns in...

Floods and Droughts Causing Major Crop Problems in China

China, like the US, has had its precipitation patterns severely altered by the changed Pacific Decadal Oscillation (PDO). However, as a nation dominated by seasonal monsoons, the impact has been much more complex.

Evelyn Browning Garriss: Something for Everyone - Heat, Cold, Floods and Drought!

Aug 13 – Jim welcomes back Evelyn Browning Garriss, editor of the Browning Newsletter. Evelyn notes that the extreme temperatures of 2013 are continuing, along with extremes in precipitation and drought. Recent rains have reduced the severity...

Going to Extremes: Why Weather Patterns Are Becoming More Expensive

Three factors – volcanic debris, more variable polar jet streams and increased human habitation in high-risk areas – are creating extreme weather and high insurance payouts. Some of these are temporary while other factors will last for decades.

Evelyn Browning Garriss: Weather Whiplash

Jun 4 – Jim welcomes Evelyn Browning Garriss, Editor of the Browning Newsletter. Evelyn details the wild spring weather of 2013 in the US, with record cold, record heat, floods and drought all hitting different parts of the country.

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