Cohen said extreme weather could continue for six to eight weeks after the split. The effects of the polar vortex could become more frequent and severe. Scientists looking at links between climate change and the polar vortex believe that the rapidly warming Arctic could bring about more intense periods of cold snaps and storms, even as winters become shorter and warmer.
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The Vortex Forms The polar vortex spins to life every winter 10 miles above the ground, seen here on Dec. Typically, it has a single center, surrounded by a wall of powerful winds. But sometimes it weakens — shifting, and even breaking into pieces. Built out of wood and epoxy-fiberglass composite, it is internally insulated with a 5 cm layer of polystyrene foam covered by a smooth epoxy lining.
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I should talk to him. But the Raata men respected the woods, the stones and the water, and Cold Wind felt happy to share his tales with them. The polar vortex, an ominous-sounding system of wind and cold air over the North Pole, broke apart this month. Login error when trying to access an account e. The demand for electrical power and space heating in the Canadian Subarctic and High Arctic is fulfilled almost exclusively with diesel-fired generators. As a natural phenomenon that we experience everyday, wind can be easily taken for granted.