?or not changing ENOUGH - The jet stream, which is what "creates" America's storms, is slowly moving north and is getting weaker. This means less rain?and more drought?in the South and Southwest and more storms in the North. In other words, more of the same bad weather.
In Discovery News, reporter Seth Borenstein quotes weather researcher Ken Caldeira as saying, "Basically, look south of where you are and that's probably a good guess of what your weather may be like in a few decades."
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