1. A persistant ridge in the far northern Hemisphere will eventually obliterate the crucial low pressure systems that make the polar vortex what it is.
2. The Alaskan Low will break down, replaced by a strong ridge. This ridge will lead to a favorable pattern for storms in the Eastern US, where winter weather has been virtually nonexistent.
3. The Sudden Stratospheric Warming event has put on what may come to be an irreversible effect on the stratosphere. Even right now, we are seeing the EP Flux indicator suddenly strengthen, indicating that warm air is once again making a push at the stratosphere.