Angry weather: The new norm?

Angry weather: The new norm?

In 2012, decades-old predictions ring true, especially in U.S.
Polar ice sheets are now melting three times faster than in the 1990s, scientists say. Greenland’s ice sheet, seen above, showed melting on 97 percent of its surface in 2012.
High tides flooded Venice, Italy, in early November.
The weather in 2012 was deadly, costly and record-breaking everywhere – but especially in the United States. A home in Luther, Okla., burns during an August wildfire.
Superstorm Sandy was the type of storm climate scientists have been predicting for many years. Streets in Brooklyn were flooded Oct. 29 under the Manhattan Bridge from a surge of seawater.

Angry weather: The new norm?

Polar ice sheets are now melting three times faster than in the 1990s, scientists say. Greenland’s ice sheet, seen above, showed melting on 97 percent of its surface in 2012.
High tides flooded Venice, Italy, in early November.
The weather in 2012 was deadly, costly and record-breaking everywhere – but especially in the United States. A home in Luther, Okla., burns during an August wildfire.
Superstorm Sandy was the type of storm climate scientists have been predicting for many years. Streets in Brooklyn were flooded Oct. 29 under the Manhattan Bridge from a surge of seawater.
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