It’s Cold Outside. Cue the Trump Global Warming Tweet.
One 2009 study found that the United States saw roughly as many record highs as record lows in the 1950s,
but b y the 2000s there were twice as many record highs as record lows.
And while climate scientists expect that the world could warm, on average, roughly 2 to 7 degrees Fahrenheit by the end of the century
— depending on how quickly greenhouse-gas emissions rise — they don’t expect that to mean the end of winter altogether.
In announcing that the United States would withdraw from the agreement among almost 200 nations to collectively
rein in greenhouse-gas emissions, Mr. Trump lobbed a similar charge that the deal put a burden only on America


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