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Scientists connect 2013's weird weather extremes to jet stream

 
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Scientists connect 2013's weird weather extremes to jet stream
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-Lately, the jet stream isn’t playing by the rules. Scientists say that big river of air high above Earth that dictates much of the weather for the Northern Hemisphere has been unusually erratic the past few years.

They blame it for everything from snowstorms in May to the path of Superstorm Sandy.

And last week, it was responsible for downpours that led to historic floods in Alberta, Canada, as well as record-breaking heat in parts of Alaska, experts say. The town of McGrath, Alaska, hit 94. Just a few weeks earlier, the same spot was 15 degrees.

The current heat wave in the Northeast also is linked.

“While it’s not unusual to have a heat wave in the east in June, it is part of the anomalous jet stream pattern that was responsible for the flooding in Alberta,” Rutgers University climate scientist Jennifer Francis wrote Tuesday in an email.

The jet stream usually rushes rapidly from west to east in a mostly straight direction. But lately it’s been wobbling and weaving like a drunken driver, wreaking havoc as it goes. The more the jet stream undulates north and south, the more changeable and extreme the weather.

It’s a relatively new phenomenon that scientists are still trying to understand.
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Pretty fricken astonishing I feel, things are changing fast I shudder to think what is at play.
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so that's why my bit of sky is so changeable. .

bump to read after coffee.
if mighty oaks are the king of the forest, beeches are surely its queen.
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Re: Scientists connect 2013's weird weather extremes to jet stream
This has something to so with never a straight answers(nasa) upper atmosphere wind tests earlier this year.

[link to www.nasa.gov]

for the eggheads:

-Upper Atmosphere Research Satellite: A Program to Study Global Ozone Change

[link to www.ciesin.org]


oh and a cool magnitosphere experiment:
[link to www.nasa.gov]
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very nice
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Re: Scientists connect 2013's weird weather extremes to jet stream
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The jet stream usually rushes rapidly from west to east in a mostly straight direction. But lately it’s been wobbling and weaving like a drunken driver, wreaking havoc as it goes. The more the jet stream undulates north and south, the more changeable and extreme the weather.

It’s a relatively new phenomenon that scientists are still trying to understand.
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absolute bullshit, probably by those with a "climate change" political agenda

the jet stream has always wandered to and fro, and is no different in speed, locations, or activity now than in decades past
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The jet stream usually rushes rapidly from west to east in a mostly straight direction. But lately it’s been wobbling and weaving like a drunken driver, wreaking havoc as it goes. The more the jet stream undulates north and south, the more changeable and extreme the weather.

It’s a relatively new phenomenon that scientists are still trying to understand.
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absolute bullshit, probably by those with a "climate change" political agenda

the jet stream has always wandered to and fro, and is no different in speed, locations, or activity now than in decades past
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actually your "agenda" is loud n clear, do us all a favour and get educated.
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Re: Scientists connect 2013's weird weather extremes to jet stream
There has always been and always will be extreme weather. Its a normally abnormal part of the planet.


Here is how the climate change liars use that fact to advance their ulterior political motives: anytime there is an extreme or unusual weather event, they will relate it as though it were a new type of anomoly that is the result of dire problems that we must tax and govern. Its bullshit.
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The jet stream usually rushes rapidly from west to east in a mostly straight direction. But lately it’s been wobbling and weaving like a drunken driver, wreaking havoc as it goes. The more the jet stream undulates north and south, the more changeable and extreme the weather.

It’s a relatively new phenomenon that scientists are still trying to understand.
 Quoting: Infomart 42087479


absolute bullshit, probably by those with a "climate change" political agenda

the jet stream has always wandered to and fro, and is no different in speed, locations, or activity now than in decades past
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 42370934


actually your "agenda" is loud n clear, do us all a favour and get educated.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 42087479


do us all a favor and go fuck yourself with a baseball bat
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[link to www.theleafchronicle.com]

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The jet stream usually rushes rapidly from west to east in a mostly straight direction. But lately it’s been wobbling and weaving like a drunken driver, wreaking havoc as it goes. The more the jet stream undulates north and south, the more changeable and extreme the weather.

It’s a relatively new phenomenon that scientists are still trying to understand.
 Quoting: Infomart 42087479


absolute bullshit, probably by those with a "climate change" political agenda

the jet stream has always wandered to and fro, and is no different in speed, locations, or activity now than in decades past
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 42370934


actually your "agenda" is loud n clear, do us all a favour and get educated.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 42087479


do us all a favor and go fuck yourself with a baseball bat
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why the hostility you provide no background, facts, or science just your opinion, well those are like farts and yours stinks, reported you for abusive post!
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Re: Scientists connect 2013's weird weather extremes to jet stream
There has always been and always will be extreme weather. Its a normally abnormal part of the planet.


Here is how the climate change liars use that fact to advance their ulterior political motives: anytime there is an extreme or unusual weather event, they will relate it as though it were a new type of anomoly that is the result of dire problems that we must tax and govern. Its bullshit.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 42370934


again your agenda is obvious, obvious shill is obvious
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Does anything want to contribute to this discussion in a meanigful, tolerant, and peaceful manner, I am here to discuss science not your politricks!
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Re: Scientists connect 2013's weird weather extremes to jet stream
pkease do not let the jerks derail this thread!
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Re: Scientists connect 2013's weird weather extremes to jet stream
I can safely say that this weather pattern has changed in a major way. I'm in the Ohio Valley and the extremes being seen here are constant topics of discussion. With that said, there is no consistency in weather any longer. It's not the normal 4 seasons which sucks.
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Re: Scientists connect 2013's weird weather extremes to jet stream
I am, just happy my garden is doing well this year :)
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Re: Scientists connect 2013's weird weather extremes to jet stream
Actually the weather pattern is close to the 1984 to 1989 weather pattern which brought similar weather.

The jet stream is unusual this year but it is a pattern, it happened 30 years ago and will probably happen again in another 30 years.

Global warming is not a man made thing since the 1930's still hold the most heat records and we did not have many cars on the road then, and our carbon footprint was relatively small.

Weather change can and does happen, but the one sure things is that it will change again...
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Re: Scientists connect 2013's weird weather extremes to jet stream
Here's a link to help::yoda:

[link to www.popularmechanics.com]
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Chemsnails?
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