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Sat Apr 7, 2018, 07:18 PM

1. Here's an interesting paper on the subject published in Nature

https://www.nature.com/articles/s41467-018-02992-9

As the Arctic transitions from a relatively cold state to a warmer one, the frequency of severe winter weather in mid-latitudes increases through the transition. However, this relationship is strongest in the eastern US and mixed to even opposite along the western US. We also show that during mid-winter to late-winter of recent decades, when the Arctic warming trend is greatest and extends into the upper troposphere and lower stratosphere, severe winter weatheróincluding both cold spells and heavy snowsóbecame more frequent in the eastern United States.

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