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Scientists of the University of Exeter (UK) came to the conclusion that anthropogenic climate change will provoke a threefold increase in the number of natural disasters by the end of the XXI century over Europe. About it reported in a press release on Phys.org.
Extratropical cyclones play an important role in the formation of the weather over North America and Europe. They are characterized by low atmospheric pressure center and rotating counterclockwise. While from the South comes the warm air, and from the North — cold. On the border of cold and warm air masses are formed in the fronts, causing heavy precipitation.
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