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Climate officials are warning that this winter’s El Niño weather pattern is likely to be one of the strongest on record, bringing huge storms and a cold, wet winter for many – but nowhere near enough rainfall to reverse the disastrous long-term drought in the western US. Any heavy rainfall will be ...
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High-country blizzards usually bury southern Sierra lake basins in late January, leaving lodgepole pine and red fir trees in snow drifts 15 feet deep. But snow surveyors making their usual visit this year to Kings Canyon National Park found something most had never seen at 10,300 feet in January. B...
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Posted by on in Climate Change
    It’s almost Christmas, but basketball hoops and kayaks are still popular items at Natick Outdoor Store.   "We’re not selling many sleds, but the upside is they’re still buying other gifts," said Henry Kanner, who manages the downtown Natick shop. While Kanner’s store offe...
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  The first piece of that research, which looked only at the month of July, found that deforestation is changing weather patterns around the mountain but not (at least in July) at the peak, according to Dr. Udaysankar Nair, a research scientist in UAHuntsville's Earth System Science Center. ...
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Posted by on in Climate Change
  Even if Americans were more knowledgeable about the science of climate change, they’d have difficulty understanding the connection between a winter of extreme weather and a warming planet. A giant cold front has much of the country locked down under bitter cold and brought Chicago the most s...
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