How melting Arctic ice may have set off era vicious East Coast snow storms

Washington Post: Does shrinking ice in the Arctic lead to more crushing snow storms along the East Coast? Through a complex chain of events, it’s very possible says leading Arctic researcher and seasonal forecaster Judah Cohen. Since 1990, as sea ice has rapidly melted away in the Arctic, crippling snow storms have increasingly buried the Northeast’s big cities. [Is global warming behind D.C.’s new era of great snow storms?] In Washington, Baltimore, Philadelphia, New York City, and Boston, at least five......

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