Short-Term 'Illogical' Temperatures Explained

GreenTracker| American researchers now know that the amount of water vapour high in the atmosphere impacts world temperatures more than previously thought. HOWEVER, the impact is no where near the effects of man-made carbon dioxide, researchers say.

The understanding of how the upper atmosphere (called stratosphere and located tens of kilometers above Earth) can influence weather in the trosposphere (layer of atmosphere that touches Earth) may help explain variable differences in temperature over decades. Read on at Science Daily and Daily Mail UK.