What Do the Latest Climate Assessments Tell Us about Nor’easters?
Posted: 11:00 AM EST on January 29, 2015
An ever-lengthening procession of winter storms has marched across the mid-Atlantic and Northeast over the last few years. Recent overviews of national and global climate indicate that, as a whole, the most intense rainstorms and snowstorms in the northeast U.S. are growing even more intense.
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