How changes in the Arctic precipitated this summer's extreme weather

There are clear links between the flooding and heatwaves of the past few months and goings-on in the Arctic region.

Weird weather we’re having, right? From heatwaves in Oregon, Washington and British Columbia, to Finland’s highest ever June temperatures, to two months worth of rain hitting western Germany in two days, the Northern Hemisphere is getting a taste of what’s to come. 

One of the key takeaways ought to be that, on planet Earth, everything is connected. 


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