Cold Air To Make Sandy Strong

Our overheated atmosphere is producing lots of early cold air.

Hurricane Sandy barrels towards the US – will it really be the end of days?

The reason for this extremely low pressure is again due to the jet interaction. The air the jet stream is ushering in is rather cold. In fact, it’s snowing right now in Minnesota. When you combine this cold air with the warm air of a cyclone of tropical origin, you’re bound to get rapid intensification.

The rapid intensification will also help to drag down cold air that the jet is ushering in as atmospheric heights drop.

Hurricane Sandy barrels towards the US – will it really be the end of days? | World news | guardian.co.uk

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5 Responses to Cold Air To Make Sandy Strong

  1. gator69 says:

    An ice free Arctic causes bitter cold, and strong hurricanes.

  2. Brian G Valentine says:

    I hope this article inspires every climate shit head in the UK along with Prince Charles to vote for Obama.

  3. jimash1 says:

    I am in smack dab central New Jersey.
    Whether it is the media or the color of the sky, the general feeling here,
    is “Day After Tomorrow “, with a dash of Armageddon.

  4. Andy DC says:

    One of the more interesting aspects of Sandy will be its potential to produce snowfall on the back side. West Virginia in particular looks like the main target for that. Of course, now snow in October is consistent with a warming planet, especially after getting it two years in a row. But the ski resorts are supposed to be in trouble. Something here does not add up!

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