Weather notes from both poles

Y! Green: Indicators continue to show disturbing trends and unexpected events, indicating that changes are taking place in the Earth's environment. The South Pole has had its warmest year ever (since record keeping began in the 1950s), and the North Pole experienced unexpected rain in late April. "My business is weird, wild and wacky weather, and this is up there among fish falling from the sky or Niagara Falls running dry," according to David Phillips, a senior climatologist with Environment ......

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