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Schlacter said that the Arctic and North Atlantic oscillation might shift to their negative phases which will result in a cold air spill out of the polar region.
It says: "There is a consistent signal from computer models for a positive phase of the north Atlantic oscillation to dominate, precipitation is more likely to be above average.
Models show a positive North Atlantic Oscillation dominating at least the first half of the November to January period, with enhanced westerly winds across the Atlantic.
Being reasonably closed to each other, both of them were probably strongly influenced by the North Atlantic Oscillation.
It already was known that that these stratospheric wind changes affect the North Atlantic Oscillation -- a pattern of low atmospheric pressure centered over Greenland and high pressure over the Azores to the south.
Such changes lead to climatic phenomena such as the North Atlantic Oscillation, a pattern of atmospheric pressure variations that influences wind patterns in the North Atlantic and weather behavior in regions in and around Europe.
On top of the soft management of thunderstorm statistics, long-term climate factors such as the El Nino-Southern Oscillation (ENSO) phenomenon, North Atlantic Oscillation (NAO), and even natural variables in local meteorological conditions.
NORTH Atlantic Oscillation - the Edinburgh-based duo featuring Rugby lad Ben Martin on drums, synths and programming - release new album Fog Electric on April 30.