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Wet, Wetter, Wettest Makes July No. 5 in Record Books - Extremes in precipitation was the weather highlight of July, with last month ranking as the fifth-wettest July on record nationwide, according to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s monthly weather summary report released Tuesday.
Weather and Violence- AS temperatures rise, tempers flare. Anyone who has experienced the hostility of a swelteringly hot summer day in the city can attest to that. But researchers are now quantifying the causal relationship between extreme climate and human conflict.
Media Matter's "Climate Change Misinformer of the Year"? Mark Morano! Click through to show some Facebook support to the climate scientists working hard to understand our planet, despite continued threats from deniers! (And for a link to the story!)
Year Begins with Unusual Amount of Extreme Weather - There have been heat waves in Slovenia and Australia; snow in Vietnam and the return of the polar vortex to North America. Britain has had its wettest winter in 250 years but temperatures in parts of Russia and the Arctic have been 10°C above normal.