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 mere inches of powder will become rare by the end of 21st century, according to a new study published in the Geophysical Research Letters by Colin Zarzycki, a meteorology professor at…

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