Colder winters

Brahic, C. 7 Feb 2012. Melting Sea Ice could trigger colder winters.  Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.

Cold winters in Europe and North America may be due to declining sea ice, which warms the arctic air blowing cold dry Arctic are over the northern continents.  But it’s just one of many factors, and over the long term the opposite effect may happen.

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