Climate change brings less snow, tending to fall all at once

Ventura County Star: It does seem that every time some earnest group puts out a report on the dangers of global warming, there’s a major Mother Nature event somewhere the next day. Turns out, there’s an explanation for the seemingly regular appearance of once-in-50-year storms, one that, like most things having to do with climate change, is slightly ominous. Experts say that long-term we are likely to see more giant blizzards in the Northern Hemisphere but less snow overall, and the reason is that a warmer atmosphere......

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