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Variation of Storm Frequency and Intensity during the Cold Season (November – March)

Figure 2.24

This figure appears in chapter 2 of the Climate Change Impacts in the United States: The Third National Climate Assessment report.

Variation of winter storm frequency and intensity during the cold season (November-March) for high latitudes (60-90°N) and mid-latitudes (30-60°N) of the Northern Hemisphere over the period 1949-2010. The bar for each decade represents the difference from the long-term average. Storm frequencies have increased in middle and high latitudes, and storm intensities have increased in middle latitudes. (Figure source: updated from CCSP 200812d42a98-494b-4cec-bf08-060021c85ec2)

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