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The U.S. ‘warming hole’—a climate anomaly explained
A wavy jet stream, air pollution, and changes to the landscape are all theories for why the Southeast has warmed less than other parts of the planet.

The U.S. ‘warming hole’—a climate anomaly explained,A wavy jet stream, air pollution, and changes to the landscape are all theories for why the Southeast has warmed less than other parts of the planet.

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