Change in the Synoptic Regime of Tomsk in the Late 20th–Early 21st Centuries
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Synoptic processes that occurred in the Tomsk region between 1993 and 2016 are analyzed. A significant decrease in the difference between the frequency of cyclones and anticyclones over the past decade is revealed. There are tendencies to a decrease in the frequency of Arctic air mass invasion, and to an increase, of subtropical and tropical air masses.
Keywords:synoptic process cyclone anticyclone air mass
This work was supported by the Russian Science Foundation (grant no. 17-17-01095).
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