Diagnosing ‘Warming Winter Syndrome’ as Summerlike Heat Sweeps Into Central and Eastern US

January 25, 2024


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Presented by The Conversation

One of the most robust measures of Earth’s changing climate is that winter is warming more quickly than other seasons. Richard B. Rood is a professor of climate and space sciences and engineering at the U-M School of Environment and Sustainability, and he studies the impact of global warming and weather over the decades. Rood speaks on the impact that moving the freeze line has on the country in this article from The Conversation.

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