Jetstream Delivering Unusual Weather All Summer

Monday, July 16, 2012

This summer we have experienced record-breaking heat across the United States. But we're not the only ones affected by erratic weather. Many places across the world are experiencing unusual weather, from never-ending rains in England to extreme flooding in Japan.

Are all these weather oddities a coincidence, or could they all be related? Jennifer Francis is a professor and climate scientist from Rutgers University.

Guests:

Jennifer Francis

Produced by:

Elena Holodny

Comments [1]

Larry Fisher from Bed Stuy, Brooklyn

I refused to put my air conditioner in this summer, but I am bending.

Until then, I will continue to stay up late nights and comment on all Takeaway segments

Jul. 16 2012 11:54 PM

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