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2010 World Climate Change Roundup: Thundersnow and Melting Ice





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The world is experiencing increasing intensity in weather events. There is more snow in Europe and the U.S. than seen since last February's "Snowmaggedon." In Australia, there are floods to the rooftops, and, in some parts, snow in summer.

How can that be climate change? It's so cold.  Brrrrr.
Science has the answer.  Snow is frozen water. The more water in the atmosphere, the more snow. The water is in the atmosphere because it is warmer. It's in the atmosphere because it's melting and that water must go somewhere. It goes into unprecedented rains in Los Angeles and northeastern Australia. It goes into the snow-hurricane in the Eastern Seaboard, complete with thundersnow and lightening. It goes into relentless snow in Britain and Europe.  Continued...

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