Heavy equipment in February worked on a mound of snow that has been cleared from city streets at a “snow farm” in Boston. New England got hammered with record amounts of snowfall during the winter. Expect more weather extremes because of climate change, a new report notes.
Heavy equipment in February worked on a mound of snow that has been cleared from city streets at a “snow farm” in Boston. New England got hammered with record amounts of snowfall during the winter. Expect more weather extremes because of climate change, a new report notes. Michael Dwyer The Associated Press
Heavy equipment in February worked on a mound of snow that has been cleared from city streets at a “snow farm” in Boston. New England got hammered with record amounts of snowfall during the winter. Expect more weather extremes because of climate change, a new report notes. Michael Dwyer The Associated Press

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