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Antarctic sea ice extent continued to set new records in August, finishing the month at 19.154 million sq km, beating the record set last year by 87,000 sq km.
“One factor that played into lower tornado totals were the cooler temperatures during winter and in late winter,” Carbin said. “But that flips around in the summer, higher temperatures usually correlate with less tornadoes.”
Flashback 2013: 'Global warming has been blamed for dozens of devastating tornadoes': 'Research shows human-induced warming is likely to lead to more severe thunderstorms' said Jeffrey D. Sachs on November 18, 2013, now the director of the Earth Institute at Columbia University.
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According to Climate News: 'Peak of cyclone/hurricane season and there isn't any cyclones/hurricanes anywhere on planet.