What we can and can’t say about Arctic warming and U.S. winters

snowy house in Boston

ARCTIC BLAST  A new study finds a strong correlation between Arctic warming and heavy snowfall in the northeastern United States, such as this March 13 storm that struck Boston.

Lisa Grossman

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