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Specifically why does the north pole look like THAT and the south pole look like THAT?!
https://earth.nullschool.net/#current/wind/isobaric/10hPa/orthographic=56.67,-73.16,596/loc=62.757,59.305
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>>16023253
One is a continent, the other's not
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>>16023254
jfc click the link and drag the globe around and you'll see there's no correlation between land mass and wind speeds at that altitude.

Why even bother commenting if you don't know shit?
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>>16023259
Ye that's not how wind works.
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>>16023253
Stratospheric polar vortex.
https://sites.krieger.jhu.edu/waugh/research/polarvortex/
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>>16023253
go back to last summer and notice that the strong/weak pattern switches around
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>>16023371
Thanks bwos.



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