Extreme 2016 Arctic heat wave stoked by climate change and low sea ice

This article describes the arctic heat wave of 2016 being caused by global warming.

Unusually warm air had smothered the Arctic throughout that year, and now a recently published report, led by government scientists at the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), found that it’s nearly impossible to explain the intensity of this warmth simply by normal fluctuations in weather.

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