While California continues to be inundated by storms and millions of residents remain under flood watches, western New York is still recovering from last month’s historic blizzard that dumped more than four feet of snow on Buffalo. Laura Barrón-López examines the frequency of extreme winter weather and the debate about their potential links to climate change.
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