In 2006, the New York Times announced the “endless summer.”
That didn’t work out very well for them, so now they are blaming the cold and snow on global warming and shrinking Arctic ice.
Researchers - Dr - Francis - Dr - Cohen
Some researchers, including Dr. Francis and Dr. Cohen, say they suspect that the more frequent polar vortex breakdowns can be tied to climate change.
the Arctic is warming at a rate twice as fast as the world average. That warming has led to historically low levels of sea ice in the region. The melting sea ice, particularly in an area near the Barents and Kara Seas off Siberia, may be linked to the changes in the polar vortex.
Years - Vortex - Cooling - Arctic - Ice
Forty years ago, they blamed the polar vortex on global cooling, and increasing Arctic ice.
A gradual increase in area of the northern...
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