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With essentially the same continental-scale weather pattern locked in place for most of the last two years, winter weather maps don’t have much variation: It’s red in the West, blue in the East. That pattern can be blamed on a variety of physical causes: a wavier-than-normal jet stream, hotter-than-average ocean temperatures off the Pacific Coast, melting Arctic sea ice linked to human-induced climate change, and more. Despite the persistent extreme cold in the East, North America’s still running a fever at the same rate as the rest of the globe.
originally posted by: PeterMcFly
The Great Lakes are freezing, most are covered with 9/10+ ice.
Probably caused again by the "warming"... Is there is something that cannot be caused by the "warming"?