The bizarre 'warming hole' that defies climate change in the US by causing some areas to get COLDER instead of hotter | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED


The bizarre 'warming hole' that defies climate change in the US by causing some areas to get COLDER instead of hotter

There is a reason that some regions in the US are not conforming to climate change patterns, researchers have found.

Scientists at Dartmouth College have now provided an explanation as to why some parts of the country are getting steadily cooler in some seasons as opposed to heating up, which would align with climate change theories.

The Southeast has been consistently showing cooler temperatures in the winter while the Midwest has consistently shown cooler temperatures during the summer.

This has been happening since the mid-20th century.

Researchers have now claimed this is caused by changes in the jet stream, which became wavier decades ago, causing the onset of lower than average temperatures.

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