Cool summer doesn’t invalidate climate change

Boston Globe: Labor Day has come and gone. Autumn looms. But how can summer be over when it never really began? If you feel cheated -- where were the scorchers and leaden humid nights? -- it's not your imagination. July and August really did feel more like an extension of spring than a separate season. The Boston area had but four days over 90 degrees; usually it has 10. Average temperatures for the summer were well below normal too. This, of course, followed on the heels of a cold and snowy winter that felt......

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