Is the Gulf Stream broken? NOAA satellite data sounds alarm

Friday, January 29, 2016
By Paul Martin

by: Jennifer Lea Reynolds
Friday, January 29, 2016

It’s no secret that the weather is becoming more severe as time goes on. From places like Buffalo, New York, which recently got hit with a hefty 5 feet of snow during one storm, to other areas that experience extreme temperature fluctuations from one day to the next, it’s obvious that the climate is changing.

National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration(NOAA) satellite data and details from an animated map called the Earth Wind Map, show that it’s not only changing, but that it’s changing fast.

Data suggests rapid changes occurring in Gulf Stream temperature

November 2014 data suggests that the stream is exhibiting colder than normal conditions. On top of that, it’s taking place in not just one area, but two, further demonstrating that climate changes are underway. For example, both sites showed that the North Atlantic was colder than average, but also that the Gulf itself is colder than normal, which was not the case just one month prior, in October 2014.

The information has many wondering if the Gulf Stream may be broken, something that surely is cause for concern as bizarre weather patterns continue to occur. Unfortunately, it would appear that it is indeed broken and that climate changes will become the norm.

In fact, according to 1000 climate experts who gathered at the World Meteorological Organization (WMO) conference earlier this year, people should prepare to brace themselves for weather changes of apocalyptic proportions in the coming years. Their observations and words of warning are nothing short of alarming, indicatingthat the atmosphere may bebeyond repair. Instead, it’s now a matter of dealing with the consequences, much of which has occurred at the hands of humans.

Changing weather conditions “irreversible”

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