Weird and Getting Weirder | NationofChange

Weird is the only way to describe January temperatures whipsawing between record warm and arctic cold over a span of a few days. Experts say that is what climate change looks like: weird, record-shattering weather. We’ve had 334 consecutive months with above average temperatures, according to the U.S. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. Last summer, the Arctic sea ice shrunk to half of what it used to be during summers only three decades ago. Our planet’s weather is driven largely by the two cold Polar Regions and the warm tropics.

Weird and Getting Weirder | NationofChange.

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