Weird Winter/Mad March – Part 2
April 19, 2012
If you watched that one, but failed to click on the link to part 2 at the end – you can watch that here, now. This one is getting a lot of attention.
One of the most confounding effects of climate change involves the increasing incidence of weather extremes that may include hot and cold. And snow and rain, and wet and dry, and drought and flooding. Research is starting to catch up with just why that is, and why we can expect more of it.