Most climate models seem to agree that the Pacific jet stream is going to shift poleward, but there is a lot of variability in predictions for the Atlantic. Some of this variability might be caused within an area of rotating ocean currents just south of Greenland where a lack of warming is causing colder sea-surface temperatures. This is called the North Atlantic Warming Hole (NAWH) and is linked to a slowdown of the large system of ocean currents that carry warm water from the tropics ...


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