If it wasn’t for the ozone “hole” we would not have a change in seasons like we do.
Question: Where does the wind that blows from the north (in all directions, toward the south away from the pole) come from?
Answer: From ultracold air dipping thought the ozone hole. (i.e. the upper atmosphere plunges downward, and spreads out, causing the wind at the surface level to blow from the north in all directions.
If this did not happen, there would be no large change in seasons, no winds circulating in large fronts as the seasons change.
>> Doubt me?
Not if you recently stayed at a Holiday Inn.
You have it backwards.