Warmer winters mean more rain on the Svalbard archipelago

https://phys.org/news/2018-12-warmer-winters-svalbard-archipelago.html

It’s often said that the Arctic is one of the places most vulnerable to climate change. Temperatures are climbing faster there than anywhere else on the planet. Increasing winter temperatures mean increasing amounts of rain instead of snow, and scientists are still working to understand exactly what this means on the ground.


Original Title: Warmer winters mean more rain on the Svalbard archipelago
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