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Arctic’s Warming May Be Causing Cooling European & Eastern U.S. Winters

  This is something I wrote on last year, but it’s worth another look, and Andrew Freedman of Climate Central does a great job of this. He looks at and summarizes the results of two recent studies on how warming in the Arctic may be causing cooling in Europe and the Eastern U.S. in winter. [...]
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