- n. alternative spelling of jet stream.
“Ask folks in Chicago and other parts of the Midwest where crops were nearly ruined and cities went underwater after record swirls of jetstream from the overheated Gulf continued to inundate the region.”
“The jetstream is moving north this summer, cutting down on the mixing of cold and hot air just above the equator.”
“The mild weather has been caused mainly by the position of the Atlantic jetstream, which is allowing autumn to be extended," he said.”
“The jetstream is the high-altitude wind that circles the globe from west to”
“The jetstream is a highway of strong wind that guides storm systems.”
“The jetstream is a key weather player this time of the year, but right now it's flowing through Canada.”
“I'm baffled by how "jetstream" currents could be so radically different just across the street.”
“Going to jetstream altitudes is no big deal, unless you do it on foot!”
“They are better when Turner finds a crossover between seemingly incompatible topics: the jetstream in one poem transformed into a deity of sorts, merging science with religion.”
“With current jetstream blockage of the Arctic Oscillation (a weather event) much (though not all) of North America has been in a somewhat cooler than average pattern.”
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