NASA image storm over the Arctic Ocean
A massive cyclone blew over the central Arctic Ocean this past week, north of the Beaufort Sea, and some Arctic researchers said they have never seen anything like it.
Mark Serreze, a senior research scientist from the U.S. National Snow and Ice Data Center, said cyclones are common at this time of year, but he said this week's storm was stronger than any he's seen.
Click source to read more, the article mas more to say about ice melting then the unique storm, and as pointed out by Piers Corbyn, this storm should knock the Jet Stream further south, but there is no mention of this!
Also read: Unusual Summer Storm Blasts the Arctic - newsfeed.time.com
A rare summer storm blasted the Arctic this week, beginning off the coast of Alaska, and moving over much of the Arctic Sea for several days before dissipating.
Although the storm itself was uncommon — NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Md., estimates that there have only been about eight similarly strong August storms in the last 34 years
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