The Decreasing Cycle of Cold Waves

The recent cold wave that has all climate change denialists doing victory dances?

As wunderground’s weather historian Christopher C. Burt[said], “The only significant thing about the cold wave is how long it has been since a cold wave of this force has hit for some portions of the country–18 years, to be specific. Prior to 1996, cold waves of this intensity occurred pretty much every 5-10 years. In the 19th century, they occurred every year or two (since 1835).

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