Friday, November 25, 2011

Weather Explained: Aleutian Low

The Aleutian Low is a semi-permanent low pressure system that sets up over the Aleutian Islands, Alaska. Below is an example of the Aleutian Low.
The Aleutian Low is most intense during the winter months, and can send energy towards North America that can eventually affect the US.

We are not publishing too much information on the Aleutian Low because we do not have enough information on it at this time.

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