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Potential Historic Arctic Warming Scenario in the GFS Model Forecast for Late May — robertscribbler

For years, Arctic watchers have been concerned that if May and June ran much warmer than average following an equally severe winter, we could see substantial sea ice losses, severe Arctic fires, and related knock-on global weather effects. This May, temperatures over the Arctic Ocean have run much warmer than average. And in the GFS […]

via Potential Historic Arctic Warming Scenario in the GFS Model Forecast for Late May — robertscribbler

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May 21, 2018 - Posted by | Uncategorized

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