Publish Date: November 12, 2014
Article Source: New Hampshire Public Radio
Article Link: www.aer.com/news-events/in-the-news/2014/polar-vortex-might-be-click-bait-its-effect-climate-real
Good description of how the Polar Vortex affects New England winter temperatures. Listen to the radio segment and read the full article "'Polar Vortex' Might Be Click-Bait, But Its Effect On Climate Is Real" on New Hampshire Public Radio at www.nhpr.org/post/polar-vortex-might-be-click-bait-its-effect-climate-real. Highlights include commentary from Judah Cohen, principle scientst and director of Seasonal Forecasting at Atmospheric and Environmental Research (AER), a division of Verisk Climate.
Learn more about AER’s science research on these topics:
- See examples of the Polar Vortex.
- Read AER’s blog about the Arctic Oscillation (AO).
- Read about AER’s Snow Advance Index including how Siberia snow advance in the autumn affects winter temperatures in the Northeast and in northern Eurasia.
- Learn more about AER’s Subseasonal and Seasonal Winter Forecast by contacting Steve Bennett, Senior Vice President, Capital Markets & Solutions, at contact us.