Basically, warmer temperatures have been found to increase the likelihood and duration of a particular weather pattern called atmospheric blocking. “Although they are one of the rarest weather events, blocking can trigger dangerous conditions, such as a 2003 European heat wave that caused 40,000 deaths.” As is shown, atmospheric blocking can be dangerous and research conducted has found a conclusive link between warmer temperatures and long-lasting atmospheric blocking.
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