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2014:  Earth DayGreenhouse EffectNavigating the IPCC - Round 3Wettest & Driest CitiesCherry BlossomsSnow CoverNavigating the IPCC Report - Round 2PollenSpring is Coming EarlierSpring Precip TrendsSpring Temp TrendsWinter RankingsPrecip Neeed to End Drought | Snow Cover & Snowstorms | 2014 Winter OlympicsJanuary Record ExtremesSuperbowl XLVIII & Groundhog Day | Global Recap of 2013 | NOAA Releases 2013 Year in Review Report | Fewer Frigid Days

2013: Click here
2012: Click here

Fact Sheets:

Fact #1:    Carbon Dioxide is a Heat-Trapping Gas
Fact #2:    We Are Adding More Carbon Dioxide to the Atmosphere All the Time
Fact #3:    Temperatures are Rising
Fact #4:    Sea Level is Rising
Fact #5:    Climate Change Can be Natural, but What's Happening Now Can't be Explained by Natural Forces
Fact #6:    We Can Already See the Effects of Climate Change
Fact #7:    The Terms “Global Warming” and “Climate Change” are Almost' Interchangeable 
Fact #8:    Global Warming is a Long-Term Trend; It Doesn't Mean Next Will Always Be Warmer 
Fact #9:    Extreme Weather Events Have Become More Common and More Intense
Fact #10:  Frost, Snowstorms Will Still Happen in a Warmer World

 


 

4/21/14 - Earth Day

 


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4/16/14 - The Greenhouse Effect

 


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4/11/14 - Navigating the IPCC - Round 3

 


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4/9/14 - Wettest & Driest Cities

 


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4/4/14 - Cherry Blossoms

 


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4/2/14 - Snow Cover

 


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3/28/14 - Navigating the IPCC - Round 2

 


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3/26/14 - Pollen

 


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3/19/14 - Early Spring

 


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3/12/14 - Spring Precipitation Trends

 


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3/5/14 - Spring Temp Trends

 


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2/26/14 - Winter Rankings

 


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2/19/14 - Precipitation Needed to End the Drought

 


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2/14/14 - Snow Cover & Snowstorms

 


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2/5/14 - 2014 Winter Olympics

 


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1/31/14 - January Record Extremes

 


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1/29/14 - Superbowl XLVIII & Groundhog Day

 


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1/21/14 - Global Recap for 2013

 


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1/15/14 - NOAA Releases 2013 Year in Review Report

 


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1/6/14 - Fewer Frigid Days

 


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Gallery

Philadelphia: July Days Over 90 Degrees By mid-century in Philadelphia, the sweltering heat of July 2010 may be thought of as cooler-than-average conditions