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AAAS: Science Update | January 30, 2012

Warming & Winter

Arctic warming may actually be keeping winters cold for now, while raising temperatures in the other three seasons.

"With much attention on the effects of global warming on the climate system, the recent severe winter weather has heightened global warming scepticism among the general public. Analysis of the most recent observational and modelling data supports links between strong regional cooling trends in the winter and warming trends in...

Financial Times | January 20, 2012

Why global warming means... more snow

The severe cold experienced in 2009 and 2010 could become a feature of northern hemisphere winters.

Northwest Public Radio | January 17, 2012

Does Global Warming Mean More Winter Snow Storms?

International scientists have some bad news for those wondering when global warming will kick in during Canadian winters.

Yahoo! News UK | January 13, 2012

Cold Snap Warning For The UK At The Weekend

Environmental Reseach Web | January 13, 2012

Global warming set to bring colder, snowier winters

"The world is getting warmer, which should mean warmer winters - right? Wrong - a new study shows that global warming produces colder winters and heavier dumps of snow for large swathes of the northern hemisphere."

ScienceNOW | January 13, 2012

Global Warming May Trigger Winter Cooling

Heating is a cause of severe winters in the North (Portuguese)

The Baltimore Sun | January 12, 2012

Warmer summers cause colder winters, scientists say

IOP Publishing Blog | January 11, 2012

Cold winters caused by warmer summers, research suggests

AER research explaining the variability of the climate system in the Northern Hemisphere, is published in Environmental Research Letters, and featured in today's press release by IOP Publishing (Institute of Physics).

Boston Globe | January 3, 2012

Region weathering unseasonable lack of snow

Washington Post Capital Weather Gang blog | November 30, 2011

The Siberia to East Coast snow connection