Weatherwatch: the impact of Arctic cyclones on sea ice

Weatherwatch: the impact of Arctic cyclones on sea ice

A study has found that stronger and more frequent Arctic cyclones may be contributing to declining sea ice

Who cares what the weather is like over the Arctic Ocean? Does anyone notice if a storm sweeps across the ice fields of the East Siberian Sea? You might not feel the wind rush past your face, but the influence of Arctic weather is far reaching. So the news that Arctic cyclones are getting stronger and more frequent is concerning.

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