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Artic Sea Ice Melt Could mean Extreme Winter for U.S. & Europe 2012-2013 Season

 
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Artic Sea Ice Melt Could mean Extreme Winter for U.S. & Europe 2012-2013 Season
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The record loss of Arctic sea ice this summer will echo throughout the weather patterns affecting the U.S. and Europe this winter, climate scientists said on Wednesday, since added heat in the Arctic influences the jet stream and may make extreme weather and climate events more likely.

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Re: Artic Sea Ice Melt Could mean Extreme Winter for U.S. & Europe 2012-2013 Season
So, a repeat of last years winter?
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YES!!!

Last winter was shit for Vermont. We only got 9 inches at once, and that was in March. And then a week later it was 85 degrees and there were butterflies everywhere. Winter was a bust! My electric bill didn't even climb over $100.

Seriously though, the tourism here was so hardly hit because of the lack of snow and crazy warm temperatures. If the economy were to last through Obama's post-election doom, we need blizzards!!
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The record loss of Arctic sea ice this summer will echo throughout the weather patterns affecting the U.S. and Europe this winter, climate scientists said on Wednesday, since added heat in the Arctic influences the jet stream and may make extreme weather and climate events more likely.
 Quoting: curiousleo74


(But is there something else at play here?)
Ever since last winter it seems as if we skipped a couple of months. Other words,we have been ahead of our season schedule.
Early fall & winter but cut short according to the season month & then we have early spring & summer.Our July was our August this year &`in some areas June was just as hot.

Last Edited by curiousleo74 on 09/13/2012 08:29 PM
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Re: Artic Sea Ice Melt Could mean Extreme Winter for U.S. & Europe 2012-2013 Season
So, a repeat of last years winter?
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That's the question. Extreme Cold or warm or both?
2 years ago we had our record snow here in the south

FROM ARTICLE:

Jim Overland, an oceanographer at NOAA's Pacific Marine Environmental Laboratory, said the inconsistency of the past three winters doesn’t mean the Arctic connection hypothesis is invalid.

“People like direct causality, [the notion that] if you lose the ice every year it will cause the same effect,” Overland said. But the chaotic nature of the atmosphere means that all that scientists can say with a high degree of confidence is that “the number of [extreme] events somewhere are destined to increase” as a result of rapid Arctic climate change, Overland said.

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Re: Artic Sea Ice Melt Could mean Extreme Winter for U.S. & Europe 2012-2013 Season
Last year we did not even have a winter here in Kentucky, hardly dropped below 50 degrees
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Maybe the 21st Dec 2012 doom is a pole shift then afterall.
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5* + Pin, I want to read about winter doom!

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5* + Pin, I want to read about winter doom!

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The record loss of Arctic sea ice this summer will echo throughout the weather patterns affecting the U.S. and Europe this winter, climate scientists said on Wednesday, since added heat in the Arctic influences the jet stream and may make extreme weather and climate events more likely.
 Quoting: curiousleo74

Also La Times Source
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Re: Artic Sea Ice Melt Could mean Extreme Winter for U.S. & Europe 2012-2013 Season
So, a repeat of last years winter?
 Quoting: my2centsworth


That's the question. Extreme Cold or warm or both?
2 years ago we had our record snow here in the south

FROM ARTICLE:

Jim Overland, an oceanographer at NOAA's Pacific Marine Environmental Laboratory, said the inconsistency of the past three winters doesn’t mean the Arctic connection hypothesis is invalid.

“People like direct causality, [the notion that] if you lose the ice every year it will cause the same effect,” Overland said. But the chaotic nature of the atmosphere means that all that scientists can say with a high degree of confidence is that “the number of [extreme] events somewhere are destined to increase” as a result of rapid Arctic climate change, Overland said.
 Quoting: curiousleo74


Last year was a great winter for those of us in the City (no snow shoveling and not many really cold days) but horrible for the farmers who needed the snow cover for their fields that just didn't come.

In the end, time will tell what this winter brings.. It's not like we have any control.

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