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What is the Jet Stream?

8th August 2016 | Joel Gratz

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There are two areas of faster wind speeds in the upper levels of the atmosphere – the polar jet stream and the subtropical jet stream. These exist in both the northern and southern hemisphere.  - © Wikipedia

There are two areas of faster wind speeds in the upper levels of the atmosphere – the polar jet stream and the subtropical jet stream. These exist in both the northern and southern hemisphere.
Copyright: Wikipedia

There are two areas of faster wind speeds in the upper levels of the atmosphere – the polar jet stream and the subtropical jet stream. These exist in both the northern and southern hemisphere.  - © Wikipedia
Taos Ski Valley storm at the end of Feb. 2015. - © Taos Ski Valley

Taos Ski Valley storm at the end of Feb. 2015.
Copyright: Taos Ski Valley

Taos Ski Valley storm at the end of Feb. 2015. - © Taos Ski Valley

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