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Did the Arctic region break a heat record?
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The Siberian Times is reporting a record heatwave for towns such as Norilsk that are both North of the Artic Circle and built on permafrost. While on the global scale the climatic shifts are quite alarming, there are many in Siberia that see global warming as a mixed bag. In what some would have you believe is an unrelated news item, the North Pole is experiencing the formation of large meltwater ponds.
Tags: physical, weather and climate, Arctic, climate change.
Global warming...no...Siberia is supposed to be a cold dark place...according to my Dad!