Storms like U.S. blizzard may get stronger but less frequent: Study

Reuters: Large storms like the blizzard that battered New England this week may become more severe but less frequent as the Earth's climate changes, scientists said on Thursday. The Canadian-led study noted that warmer air can hold more moisture, meaning more fuel for rain, hail or snow, and found knock-on effects on how the atmosphere generates storms. "In a future climate, the global atmospheric circulation might comprise highly energetic storms," they wrote in the journal Science. At the same......

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