Warm Pacific Behind U.S. Cold: Study

Counsel and Heal: Unusually warm western Pacific waters might be a reason of the bone-chilling winter in parts of the United States earlier this year, according to a new study. "People's reaction when they sit under 10 feet (3 meters) of snow is to say, 'This cannot be man-made climate change,' " said professor Tim Palmer of Oxford University, lead author of the study, in a press release. "But there is a plausible link." According to the study, strengthening of trade winds has led to a build-up of warm water......

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