Jonathan Winter, Associate Professor of Geography, was quoted in the Christian Science Monitor about the unseasonably warm winter New England experienced this year.
"What normally would have been just a warm winter has become warmer due to climate change," says Jonathan Winter, associate professor in the department of geography at Dartmouth College in Hanover, New Hampshire. "I don't think we should assume that every winter from 2023 forward will be this warm, I don't expect that it will. But I do think this year is a good example of … these types of winters becoming more common. It's a useful indicator of where we're headed."
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