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August 8, 2016

Depending on surface wind flows, the Mediterranean Sea can also add warmth to the continent. I noticed a good example of that last year when viewing earthnullschool. Mid Europe, France in particular, was experiencing a heat wave. Looking at earthnullschool I could see that the surface winds were blowing northward from No Africa, crossing the Mediterranean, and moving into Europe. That added a lot of the warmth which was being felt at the time.

Here is an example of the exact opposite happening right now. Note the winds moving southward across Europe, and into the Mediterranean and No Africa……

As a result of those winds note the very average temps at different locales using this site……


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