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The polar jet stream brings cold-air masses southward, while at the same time pulling warm air north.
These stunning structures are powered by fast jet streams that are visible in the planet’s clouds.
By better understanding these strong jet streams and the gravity field, the Weizmann Institute of Science's Yohai Kaspi said scientists can better decipher Jupiter's core.
The unusual weather pattern is due to a southward dip in the jet stream that's bringing temperatures more than 25 degrees lower than average to areas east of the Rockies.
Cold jet stream pattern The reason for the snow showers is some upper-level energy that will be rotating around a system at about 18,000 feet.
Another paper reveals that these atmospheric jet streams circulate below each of the zones and belts, and reach all the way down to 1,900 miles.
For starters, the jet stream must be properly positioned in the mid-latitude United States.
Later this week the jet stream will stay further north, Hoover said, allowing Indianapolis to warm up.
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: a strong current of fast winds high above the Earth's surface
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