In some cases, yes. The deep water formation in the Gulf Stream results in the cooler salt water sinking to the bottom of the sea, and releasing hot air into the atmosphere. But with a sudden increase in fresh water from melting ice caps in the north, colder and colder air will be released in the warm air’s place.
Central and Eastern Canada will fill these effects the hardest.
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