What Global Warming Might Mean for Extreme Snowfalls

Climate Central: So if the world is warming, that means winters should be less snowy, right? Well, it's a bit more complicated than that. OK, it's a lot more complicated. Boston's North End neighborhood amid the snow drifts after a February 2013 blizzard. While the average annual snowfall in most parts of the world is indeed expected to decline, the extreme snowfalls -- those that hit a place once every 10 or 20 years and can cause major headaches and economic impacts -- may decline at a slower rate, and could......

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