The Jet Streams

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Re: The Jet Streams

Post by HBS Guy » 23 Feb 2018, 10:12

Here is one result of “Arctic Amplification” of AGW:

https://robertscribbler.com/2018/02/22/polar-warming-translates-south-as-june-like-high-pressure-ridge-brings-record-smashing-temperatures-to-eastern-u-s-in-february/

Polar Warming Translates South as June-Like High Pressure Ridge Brings Record-Smashing Temperatures to Eastern U.S. in February
The North Atlantic and Arctic weather pattern is a real mess. Frequent episodes of severe polar warmth relative to normal conditions for this time of year have been a persistent feature. Arctic sea ice extents are at record lows. Meanwhile, the upstream atmosphere generated a record-smashing high pressure system and related abnormal warmth over the U.S. East on Wednesday.


Read the article, you will see clearly what AGW+Arctic Amplification are doing to weather and climate.

Re: The Jet Streams

Post by HBS Guy » 21 Feb 2018, 05:42

No idea.

Re: The Jet Streams

Post by MilesAway » 21 Feb 2018, 02:05

When is the next IPCC report due?

Re: The Jet Streams

Post by HBS Guy » 17 Feb 2018, 12:49

Antarctica is rather different to the Arctic: it is land not sea. But the southern jet stream is still being affected by polar amplification.

Will post some Paul Beckwith Youtubes later.

The Jet Streams

Post by HBS Guy » 17 Feb 2018, 12:47

North and South.

Both getting chaotic due to the poles warming faster than lower latitudes due to albedo changes + AGW.

This will cause weird and extreme weather.

I think this subject deserves a thread on its own. To kick it off:


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