Above Zero Celsius at North Pole November 2020
11 November, 2020
The image below shows how a hot Arctic Ocean distorts the Jet Stream and hot air moves all the way up to the North Pole.
Above image shows the Northern Hemisphere at November 12, 2020, with a temperature forecast of 2.0°C or 35.5°F at the North Pole at 1000 hPa at 15:00Z. On the right, jet stream crosses the Arctic Ocean (at 250 hPa). At surface level, a temperature is forecast to be 0.6°C or 33.2°F.
The image below shows sea surface temperatures as high as 16.6°C or 61.9°F north of Svalbard on November 9, 2020.
The image below shows temperature anomalies for November 12, 2020, with forecasts approaching 30°C.
The situation is dire and calls for comprehensive and effective action, as discussed in the Climate Plan.
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Wednesday, 11 November 2020
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