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Saturday, 14 September 2019 11:33:31 AM(UTC)
Originally Posted by: southawk
A little bit of homework on the SSW Polar vortex .This is a good article. Easy reading and understandable.
Re: the article.
I will say l was surprised they said the warming started in August 2019.
My own research notes and some other amateurs that have been following show significant disturbance to the polar vortex and stratosphere warm anomalies right back in May 2019 .
The current warming anomaly and the sheer extent is the strongest it has been so far (first week of spring). So many eyes will be watching.
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