Hot Humid Wedge Slices Through Dark Frigid Arctic // Published on Feb 2, 2018
A large mass of warm humid air from the North Atlantic is driving a wedge (ridge of the jet-stream) into the 24-hour darkness of the Arctic nearby the North Pole, in the dead-of-winter. Frigid Arctic temperatures are brought to above freezing, further stunting sea-ice growth. The low pressure “eyes” of these cyclones reach 951 mb; the same as the recent “weather bomb” of the east coast of the US. I show you the easy-to-use Earth Nullschool tool to track the jet-stream, polar vortex, temperatures, pressures, moisture and clouds.
Extinction Radio Episode 82 – Hambone Littletail, Mike Ferrigan, Jennifer Hynes, Dean Spillane Walker, Derrick Jensen, Paul Beckwith, John Compost Cossham // 1st February 2018
1:18:21 – 2:17:06: Click here for Interview, Paul Beckwith with Mike Ferrigan.
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