Arctic Temperatures 35 Degrees Fahrenheit Above Average

HeadlineNov 22, 2016

In news on climate change, scientists are warning unprecedented high temperatures in the Arctic are preventing ice from freezing and may lead to record low levels of sea ice at the North Pole. Scientists say the air temperature is a staggering 35 degrees Fahrenheit above average. Rutgers University research professor Jennifer Francis said, “These temperatures are literally off the charts … There is nothing but climate change that can cause these trends.”

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