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365 Days of Climate Awareness 64 — The Polar Vortex

The polar vortices themselves — both north and south — are stratospheric winds 15–50 KM (10–30 MI) Above the ground and traveling east.

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By Michael Sutherland

Above each pole is a large dome of cold, high-pressure air (under high pressure because cold air is…




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