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News Story Source: dailycaller.com by Michael Bastasch
The study, published in a "Nature Communications" January 2018 issue, claimed historical data showed an East Coast cold snap is two to four times more likely when the Arctic is abnormally warmer than when the pole is colder. It's not a widely accepted theory among climate scientists, but the study's made the rounds in the media, touted as more evidence man-made warming is making U.S. winters colder.
The study "basically" confirmed "the story I've been telling for a couple of years now," the study's co-author, Rutgers University scientist Jennifer Francis, said. "This is no coincidence" and that "it's becoming very difficult to believe they are unrelated," Francis, who's regularly cited in the media during intense cold snaps, added.
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