A harsh winter in the Northern Hemisphere will cause chaos in the energy market – Bloomberg

Climatologists predict a very harsh winter in the northern hemisphere

The population of most European countries is already beginning to receive large bills for heating houses and apartments.

Climatologists predict a very harsh winter in the Northern Hemisphere this year. As reported Bloomberg, it can wreak havoc on all markets, from fuel to food.

It is noted that the population of most European countries is already beginning to receive large bills for heating houses and apartments. If the forecasts of the weather forecasters come true, then the accounts will become completely astronomical.

Forecasters predict El Niño that fluctuations in surface water temperature in the equatorial Pacific Ocean, seriously affecting the climate, will bring a cold snap to the north and a warmer to the south of the United States, as well as dry out most of the planet. However, the Polar Vortex, a sustained large-scale level of low pressure at the North Pole, will be weaker this year than last. This means that in the coming winter, it is much more likely that the cold Arctic air will repeatedly break out into the vastness of Asia, North America and Europe and bring sharp cold snaps.

An unusually warm start to the season is expected, followed by a cold spell in January, a mild end to winter and early spring, according to Todd Crawford, director of Atmospheric G2 weather forecasting.

This is a forecast for all major energy-consuming centers in the eastern United States, western Europe and northeast Asia, he said.

Typically, El Niño brings a cold snap to the northern United States and raises temperatures and dries up the southern United States. El Niño also typically brings cold winters to Korea and Japan, droughts to Brazil with Argentina, and large regions of China. In just the past 70 years, when meticulous meteorological observations are being conducted, this phenomenon has occurred eight times.

Winters on the planet owe their coldness to the cold air that cools the Polar Vortex. It is precisely because of the Polar Vortex, or rather, because the Arctic air is bursting out of its “embrace”, that American, Asian and European inhabitants receive large heating bills in winter.

As previously reported, a group of Canadian and British scientists conducted a study, which found that due to climate change The earth will turn into an uninhabitable place in 500 years.

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