Britain’s hot spring could be result of shrinking Arctic

Guardian: The weather that has brought drought and baking heat to much of Britain can be blamed on a block of high pressure air that has stubbornly refused to shift itself from the British Isles. Normally this block would have been restricted to the Azores and the mid-Atlantic, but it has spread to Britain. Wet winds have been deflected from the airspace above the nation, as a result, and farmers have been left to cope with dried-up rivers and parched soil – although forecasters warned on Saturday that the......

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