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Journal of Climate
The tropospheric response to a forced shutdown of the North Atlantic ocean's meridional overturning circulation (MOC) is investigated in a coupled oceanatmosphere GCM (HadCM3). The strength of the boreal winter North Atlantic storm track is significantly increased and penetrates much further into Western Europe. The changes in the storm track are shown to be consistent with the changes in near-surface baroclinicity which can be linked to changes in surface temperature gradients near regions ofdoi:10.1175/2008jcli2594.1 fatcat:ywktzpixt5exlgv4nywibjxeja