El Nino, Arctic ice melt could mean colder winter in Europe

Reuters: Next winter in Europe could be colder and drier than the previous two mild winters, which drove down gas and power consumption, the chief meteorologist at Thomson Reuters Point Carbon said. Two factors pointed to potentially chillier winter weather - an El Nino phenomenon that could warm sea-surface temperatures in the Pacific, and the melting of the Arctic ice cap. "If El Nino is strong in the middle of the Pacific it could mean colder weather in Europe than during recent winters, because......

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