Future will have less snow but more blizzards thanks to climate change2/19/2013
If you're sick and tired of winter, climate scientists' predictions might cheer you up: Thanks to climate change, it will snow less often in future. Until you come to the second half of the forecast. Though there might be less snow falling worldwide overall, when it does come down it will be as snowpocalypse-level blizzards. A new study shows computer models predicting less annual global snowfall over the next 50 years, with some parts of the U.S. seeing snowfall dropping between 30 and 70 percent by the end of the century. However, we'll be rocked by "the occasional knockout punch," according to Princeton University climate scientist Michael Oppenheimer. Hey, how’s that life on Mars thing going?
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