Climate change won’t stop East Coast’s worst storms, study finds

A NEW STUDY said that while less powerful storms would dwindle because of a shorter snow season and warmer temperatures due to climate change, regions that currently get impacted by nor’easters will continue to be impacted./ PBN FILE PHOTO/ELI SHERMAN
A NEW STUDY said that while less powerful storms would dwindle because of a shorter snow season and warmer temperatures due to climate change, regions that currently get impacted by nor’easters will continue to be impacted./ PBN FILE PHOTO/ELI SHERMAN
NEW YORK - Climate change may melt away smaller snow storms but it won’t be able to hold back more powerful East Coast systems. Minor storms that drop…

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