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 warmingÂ on the jet stream is at the frontier of climate science.
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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