Ocean surface temperatures are weirdly warm
Ocean surface temperatures have been unusually high in recent weeks, particularly in the Atlantic Ocean.
Brian McNoldy, a senior research associate at the University of Miami Department of Atmospheric Sciences, explains what’s causing these off-the-charts temperatures and what they might mean for storms and weather over the summer.
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