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https://doi.org/10.5194/wcd-5-109-2024
https://doi.org/10.5194/wcd-5-109-2024
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28 Feb 2024
Research article |  | 28 Feb 2024

European summer weather linked to North Atlantic freshwater anomalies in preceding years

Marilena Oltmanns, N. Penny Holliday, James Screen, Ben I. Moat, Simon A. Josey, D. Gwyn Evans, and Sheldon Bacon

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The melting of land ice and sea ice leads to freshwater input into the ocean. Based on observations, we show that stronger freshwater anomalies in the subpolar North Atlantic in winter are followed by warmer and drier weather over Europe in summer. The identified link indicates an enhanced predictability of European summer weather at least a winter in advance. It further suggests that warmer and drier summers over Europe can become more frequent under increased freshwater fluxes in the future.