Scientists from the National Oceanography Centre (NOC) have discovered that increased meltwater in the North Atlantic can trigger a chain of events leading to hotter and drier European summers. The paper, which was published in WCD today, suggests that European summer weather is predictable months to years in advance, due to higher levels of freshwater in the North Atlantic.
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