How Typhoon Nuri is changing the weather forecast in North America

Everything is connected.  Everything can seem simple but in fact can be very complex.  The following article we gleaned on Mashable is really interesting.  Apart from interesting science it is also very good insight into the way businesses, communities and cities can start to think about resilience future.

Near-term forecasts of the North Pacific jet stream, showing a stronger, sharper jet stream (red colors indicate stronger winds) across the region on Tuesday and Wednesday.

Near-term forecasts of the North Pacific jet stream, showing a stronger, sharper jet stream (red colors indicate stronger winds) across the region on Tuesday and Wednesday.

Typhoon Nuri, which was one of the two strongest storms on Earth so far this year, is going to help bring another shot of cold, Arctic air to the Midwest and East Coast later this week. That a typhoon near Japan could have a ripple effect on the weather in Detroit and New York just a few days later may be difficult to fathom, but it illustrates the myriad ways in which the world is an interconnected place…

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