polar cyclone


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polar cyclone

[′pō·lər ′sī‚klōn]
(meteorology)
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Previous studies have shown that under a warmer climate, polar cyclone activity will intensify, and extratropical cyclone tracks will move toward Antarctica which could decrease the sea-ice extent and make Polynya preconditioned areas closer to the cyclones formation zone," Francis added.
Satellite images of a polar cyclone (left) and the Maud Rise Polynya (right) in September 2017.
"Early science results from NASA's Juno mission portray the largest planet in our solar system as a turbulent world, with an intriguingly complex interior structure, energetic polar aurora, and huge polar cyclones," (https://www.nasa.gov/feature/jpl/nasas-juno-spacecraft-completes-flyby-over-jupiter-s-great-red-spot) NASA has said.
Mingalev, "A mechanism of formation of polar cyclones and possibility of their prediction using satellite observations," Cosmic Research, vol.
These were observed by the HST (and named 'polar cyclones' by NASA) in the 1990s and 2000s, repeating at rather precise seasonal dates.