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NASA ScienceCast: Wild Weather: La Nada?

Record snowfall, killer tornadoes, devastating floods: There's no doubt about it. Since Dec. 2010, the weather in the USA has been positively wild. But why?

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  • NASA ScienceCast: Wild Weather: La Nada? (FLV, 15.99 MB)
    Record snowfall, killer tornadoes, devastating floods: There's no doubt about it. Since Dec. 2010, the weather in the USA has been positively wild. But why?

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