Sea Ice Loss Drives Jet Stream South, Increasing Rain in the North, Drought in the South

A new study offers an explanation for the extraordinary run of wet summers experienced by Britain and northwest Europe between 2007 and 2012. The study found that loss of Arctic sea ice shifts the jet stream further south than normal resulting in increased rain during the summer in northwest Europe.

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Jet Stream Shift

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