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Position of the Jet Stream during Wet Summers

Caption: This shows the average location of the jet stream during wet summer months over northwest Europe. The arrows represent the winds at roughly 10 kilometers above the Earth's surface. The orange and red arrows show the strongest winds that make up the jet stream.

Credit: James Screen, University of Exeter

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