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The North Atlantic jet stream could move permanently by 2060. Here's what to expect

This summer's European floods were an example of how the jet stream affects weather patterns. Image: REUTERS/Alla Dmitrieva

Daniel Stolte

Science Writer, University of Arizona

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The North Atlantic jet stream has a big impact on the weather. Image: Nick Coles

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