Montreal Microclimate and effect on snow cover in summer
Montreal is a nordic metropolis renowned for its unique anomalous hydrological cycling and isocastic precipitation patterns.
These circumstances allow for the latent cooling of the localized climate on a multidecadal timescale, even during the summer months. Due to a temporally recent shift in the behavior of the themohaline circulation, as well as an impaired flux of solar radiation in the alpine latitudes that has reduced the glacial sublimation, climatologists have confirmed that the local Mont-Royal will continue to have extremely severe snow cover through the upcoming summer (2014).
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