Could Pacific waters give early warning of East Coast heat waves?

Christian Science Monitor: For much of the United States east of the Rocky Mountains, the summer of 2012 brought a heat wave that smashed temperature records, triggered extensive crop failures, and helped fuel a powerful line of thunderstorms known as a derecho, which moved eastward out of Indiana to leave nearly 4 million customers without power as it eventually swept through the mid-Atlantic states. The heat wave and derecho accounted for more than 100 deaths. Inspired by that summer's events, a team of researchers says......

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