February 7, 2016
By Suzanne Maher
SUDDEN STRATOSPHERIC WARMING (SSW)
Adam Scaife from the Met Office says “Sudden Stratospheric Warming” (SSW) is “a wavy like disturbance which disrupts the jet stream, and as the wave grows it reaches a point where it turns over and breaks, just like a wave hitting a beach and reverses direction from east to west.”
The colder stratospheric air collapses down in towards the pole and compresses and warms rapidly and increase in temperatures of up to 50 degrees in a few days.
Could this this wavy/wobbly disturbance be caused by lasers/particle beams??…..