Bitterly Cold Winters Less Likely for East Coast

Climate Central: The relentless bitter cold the U.S. East Coast faced during the winter of 2013-2014 is becoming increasingly rare -- possibly 20 to 100 times less likely to occur because of warming, a study released Thursday said. But no warming connection could be found to the repeated snowstorms that painted the East Coast white during that same winter, another study concluded. Instead, changes in Pacific Ocean winds that have also been linked to the so-called "hiatus' in steeply rising temperatures, upped......

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