SSWE

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SSWESenior Software Engineer
SSWESudden Stratospheric Warming Event (climate)
SSWESociety of Southwestern Entomologists
SSWEShared Source Working Environment
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The Weather Channel said the chilly outlook is the ongoing impact of February's sudden stratospheric warming event and polar vortex split.
Forecaster Amy Hodgson, of The Weather Channel, says the chilly outlook is still in response to the sudden stratospheric warming event and polar vortex split which took place back ina[umlaut] February.a[umlaut]
A Met Office spokesman said: "Last week we highlighted that a Sudden Stratospheric Warming event could affect our weather later this month.
Wei, "Dynamics of 2013 Sudden Stratospheric Warming event and its impact on cold weather over Eurasia: Role of planetary wave reflection," Scientific Reports, vol.
While it has been known that a rapid reduction of the speed of these winds due to sudden stratospheric warming events can lead to enhanced predictability of surface weather, the new study revealed that when the jet winds increased, there was a comparable enhancement to long-lived weather patterns.
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