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No scientific consensus yet on whether warming Arctic may lead to more extreme weather



Wednesday July 21, 2021 – 20:16 EST


Predicting the impact of global warming on the jet stream is at the frontier of climate science.
– ABC


In the past month alone, Germany, Belgium and the Netherlands have suffered horrific flooding, Siberia caught fire, and the Arctic Sea suffered near-record melting. 

Meanwhile, in North America, after record-high temperatures, formerly rare fire thunderstorms have become near-daily events.

There is one big theory connecting climate change to the weather patterns behind events as disparate…



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