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The area surrounding the North Pole may seem like a frozen and desolate environment where nothing ever changes. But it is actually a complex and finely balanced natural system, and its extreme location makes it vulnerable to feedback processes that can magnify even tiny changes in the atmosphere. In fact, scientists often describe the Arctic

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This week there have been a ton of stories developing every day. Congress is trying to avert another shutdown, Britain is still on the brink of a disastrous Brexit, and Venezuela is inching closer to civil war. But nobody cares about any of that today, because it’s too damn cold. Cities across the Midwest are

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Hello from the Bureau, here with an update on the potentially severe thunderstorms and springtime cold snap expected through eastern Australia. A large cloud band has formed through central and eastern Australia, bringing showers and thunderstorms. The band is due to the interaction of a humid, tropical airmass being dragged south ahead of a trough

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