Extreme Weather

May 15, 2012 "It really is hot in here: U.S. has warmest 12 months on record," Los Angeles Times

May 8, 2022 "April 2012 Third-Hottest April since 1895," Inside Climate News

April 4, 2012 "98% Of Colorado in a Drought, Say Climatologists," ThinkProgress

March 19, 2012 "Update for world temperature data," BBC News

March 13, 2012 "Record Spring Temperatures Spread Throughout Eastern U.S.," ThinkProgress

January 2, 2012 "Top 10 Global Weather Events of 2011," by Jeff Masters, ThinkProgress (cross-posted from WunderBlog)

November 9, 2011 "Alaska Superstorm Lashes Villages Already Hit Hard by Climate Change," by Andrew Freedman, Climate Central

November 1, 2011 "Future holds more extreme weather," by Seth Borenstein, Associated Press

October 27, 2011 "NOAA Bombshell: Human-Caused Climate Change Already a Major Factor in More Frequent Mediterranean
Droughts," by Joe Romm, ThinkProgress

September 13, 2011 "Virginia Deluge Was an 'Off the Charts Above a 1000/year Rainfall,' Says National Weather Service," by Joe Romm, Climate Progress

September 12, 2011 "The 10 Worst Weather Disasters This Year and Why They Are Happening," by Tara Lohan, AlterNet

September 7, 2011 "Wildfires rage out of control across Texas," by Guy Adams, Reuters

September 7, 2011 "Current Extreme Weather and Climate Change," Climate Communication

August 28, 2011 "Hurricane Irene and Global Warming: A Glimpse of the Future?" posted by Elizabeth Kolbert, The New Yorker

August 16, 2011 "With No End in Sight for Texas Drought, ABC News Explains: “Every Farmer in the World Will Be Affected by Climate Change,” by Joe Romm, Climate Progress

August 10, 2011 "U.S. Sees Most Extreme July Climate, Oklahoma Sees Hottest Average Temperature of Any State on Record," Climate Progress

July 2011 "An era of tornadoes: How global warming causes wild winds," The Atlantic

June 28, 2011 "Storm Warnings: Extreme Weather Is a Product of Climate Change," Scientific American

My 31, 2011 "Climate change: Heat wave a reminder of the urgency of climatechange and the need for Maryland — and the nation — to take action now," Baltimore Sun

May 23, 2011 "A link between climate change and Joplin tornadoes? Never!," The Washington Post

May 19, 2011 "Floods, Droughts Are 'New Normal' Of Extreme U.S. Weather Fueled By Climate Change, Scientists Say," Huffington Post

January 25, 2011 "Global Boiling: Floods Devastate The World," Center for American Progress Action Fund

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