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Updated 19 November 2019

#2

 

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Updated 18 November 2019

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Description The impact of climate change is everywhere.

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Updated 18 November 2019

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Updated 18 November 2019

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Updated 18 November 2019

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Description A team of scientists used data collected by the European Space Agency's Cluster mission to map out Earth's "eerie song" it sings during a solar storm.

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Updated 18 November 2019

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Description This word describes organisms grouped by their similarities in genetics and physical traits. But defining species can be tricky.

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Updated 18 November 2019

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Description The LESS slippery, self-cleaning coating for toilets bowls resists fouling to help save water.

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Updated 18 November 2019

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Updated 18 November 2019

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Description Young African American women tend to live closer to pharmacies than white women, but those pharmacies are less likely to provide easy access to condoms, according to a University of Michigan study. The study found that although young African American women tend to live nearly a mile closer to pha

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Updated 18 November 2019

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Description New research takes scientists a step closer to identifying important characteristics of the communities of ocean organisms we rely on to aid the planet – as well as understanding how a warming climate could affect the functions of those communities. The work is part of an international effort to

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Updated 18 November 2019

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Description Would you eat meat of a poisonous shark? No? But what if it tasted disgusting and had almost no nutritional value? Still no? Well, thousands of people in Iceland eat Hákarl regularly and are happy about it. Hákarl is literally a fermented shark. And not just a random shark, but a  Greenland shark

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Updated 18 November 2019

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Description Climate change is accomplishing what centuries of exploration could not: opening the fabled Northwest Passage, a maritime shortcut from Europe to Asia via the Arctic Ocean. Research led by the University of California, Riverside, could help ships navigating these freshly thawed routes avoid the T

#Environment & Nature
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Updated 18 November 2019

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Description Painting is a very important part of  car manufacturing process. A poor paint job will leave customers unsatisfied and can even lead to premature rusting. Audi is known for its excellent paint job, but it comes at a price. Audi is offering a two-colour finishes on a couple of its models and that is

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Updated 18 November 2019

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Description The cute kitten sitting innocuously on your lap can never be truly tamed. John Bradshaw investigates the evolutionary quirks of one of our favourite pets.

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Updated 18 November 2019

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Description Researchers found a tumbling flower beetle trapped in 99-million-year-old amber.

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Updated 17 November 2019

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Updated 17 November 2019

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Updated 17 November 2019

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Updated 17 November 2019

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Updated 17 November 2019

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Updated 17 November 2019

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Description Some of the most destructive—and essential—forces on Earth.

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Updated 17 November 2019

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Updated 16 November 2019

#24

 

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Description Bask in the very good energy of these heart-warming wildlife goofs.

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Updated 16 November 2019

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Description Laura Parker in National Geographic last year: Scientists have tried to get a handle on the amount of plastic that ends up in the seas and harm to birds, marine animals, and fish. .Billions of tons of plastic have been made ...

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Updated 16 November 2019

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Updated 16 November 2019

#27

 

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Description Time for some Netflix and chill...literally.

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Updated 16 November 2019

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Updated 16 November 2019

#29

 

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Description Are you willing to share information about your menstrual cycles or hearing loss on your iPhone and Apple Watchto contribute to medical research?

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Updated 15 November 2019

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Description Natural genetic engineering allowed plants to move from water to land, according to a new study by an international group of scientists from Canada, China, France, Germany, and Russia. “This is one of the most important events in the evolution of life on this planet—without which we as a species

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Updated 15 November 2019

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Description IBM said on Thursday it will launch a new weather forecasting system which will be able to predict conditions up to 12 hours in advance and cover parts of the world which have not had access to such detailed data.

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Updated 15 November 2019

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Description Some of the pollutants that harm our health also harm our climate. It is therefore surprising that our actions to tackle air pollution and the climate crisis are not more joined up.

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Updated 15 November 2019

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Description New research upends the idea that lichen changed the planet’s atmosphere and paved the way for modern plants.

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Updated 15 November 2019

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Description The ex-Titan II silo hosted a missile fitted with a nine megaton thermonuclear warhead.

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Updated 15 November 2019

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Description Venice is in a state of emergency as the Italian city braces from one of the worst floods in its history.

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Updated 15 November 2019

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Description Scientists have found two new electric eel species. One now holds the animal kingdom’s record for highest delivered voltage.

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Updated 15 November 2019

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Updated 15 November 2019

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Description Shares in Indian telecom giants Vodafone Idea and Bharti Airtel went through wild swings on Friday, initially sinking more than ten percent at the open, after the British joint venture reported the worst quarterly loss in ...

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Updated 15 November 2019

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Description A DRAMATIC photo has captured the moment a lightning bolt struck an erupting volcano. Photographer Sergio Montúfar took the snap as volcanic ash spewed from the top of Volcán de Pacaya, an active volcano in Central America.

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Updated 14 November 2019

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Description Researchers debate whether a tiny worm is to blame

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Updated 14 November 2019

#41

 

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Description The climate crisis is a public health crisis.

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Updated 14 November 2019

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Description Technology company IBM said on Thursday it will launch a new weather forecasting system which will be able to predict conditions up to 12 hours in advance and cover parts of the world which have not had access to such detailed data.

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Updated 14 November 2019

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Description New research by the Milner Centre for Evolution academics in collaboration with Sun Yat-sen University in Guangzhou (China) shows that Southern and Northern breeding populations of plovers in China are in fact two distinct species: Kentish plover (Charadrius alexandrinus) in the North and white-face

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Updated 14 November 2019

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Description One of the key problems confronting researchers in the field of microrobotics is designing and implementing reliable controllers for insect-scale micro air vehicles (FWMAVs), which are tiny flying robots typically inspired ...

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Updated 14 November 2019

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Description Nancy Moran has devoted her career to investigating details of how microbes make a home in aphids and now bees

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Updated 14 November 2019

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Description A major report warns that children are particularly vulnerable as a warming world exposes them to more infectious diseases, malnutrition and dirty air

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Updated 14 November 2019

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Description Bleached anemones—those lacking symbiotic algae—do not move toward light, a behaviour exhibited by healthy, symbiotic anemones. Published in Coral Reefs, this finding from Carnegie’s Shawna Foo, Arthur Grossman, and Ken Caldeira, along with Lauren Liddell of the NASA Ames Research Center, is a fasci

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Updated 14 November 2019

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Description Scientists offer new clues about importance to climate of water, light, and particle surfaces Global climate change is often at the forefront of national and international discussions and controversies, yet many details of the specific contributing factors are poorly understood. Many questions

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Updated 14 November 2019

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Updated 14 November 2019

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Description Two types of plastic called plasticrust and pyroplastics were spotted on an Italian island the first time, suggesting the issue may be more widespread than we thought

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Updated 14 November 2019

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Description Trigger fish are remarkably good at estimating how far they have swum, perhaps because they have distance-tracking ‘grid cells’ in their brains just like we do

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Updated 14 November 2019

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Description As many as 40 percent of the world’s insects may die off, according to a new report. Experts link the threat with another impending mass extinction.

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Updated 14 November 2019

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Updated 14 November 2019

#54

 

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Description Extreme floods in Venice, fires in Australia and even an outbreak of plague in China have been attributed to climate change this week.

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Updated 14 November 2019

#55

 

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Description The City of Canals has become a city underwater.

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Updated 14 November 2019

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Description Global warming will cause substantial glacier retreat for the majority of the world’s glaciers over the next few decades. This will not only spell the end for some magnificent natural monuments but also importantly affect the water cycle. In high-​mountain regions, these ice masses act as reservoirs

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Updated 14 November 2019

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Description Ice cover in a marine protected area in the Far North – potentially the last refuge for Arctic animals that depend on sea ice for their survival – is disappearing twice as fast as ice in the rest of the Arctic Ocean. The finding is part of a study recently published in the journal Geophysical Res

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Updated 14 November 2019

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Updated 13 November 2019

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Description Findings fuel hopes for improved food-crop efficiency

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Updated 13 November 2019

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Description MIT’s Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering held a 2-day Rising Stars workshop to strengthen the academic pipeline for women in CEE and help them develop an academic network of peers.

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Updated 13 November 2019

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Description Bitcoin, Ethereum, Litecoin and Monero—the names of digital-based cryptocurrencies are being heard more and more frequently. But despite having no physical representation, could these new methods of exchange actually be ...

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Updated 13 November 2019

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Updated 13 November 2019

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Description Children will be particularly vulnerable to the negative health effects caused by climate change, landmark report shows.

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Updated 13 November 2019

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Description A new study finds evidence for a theory that suggests the Nile River may have emerged around 30 million years ago, driven by the motion of Earth’s mantle.

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Updated 13 November 2019

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Description Photosynthesis is a brilliant invention of nature, but that’s not stopping scientists from trying to make it even better.

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Updated 13 November 2019

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Updated 13 November 2019

#67

 

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Description Soot, noise, and light from icebreaker threaten observations

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Updated 13 November 2019

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Description Human-induced climate change has origins far earlier than commonly assumed, according to a study published in the journal Science. Archeological evidence collected around the world suggests human activity began warming the global climate about 5,000 years ago, according to U of A anthropologist J

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Updated 13 November 2019

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Description A pioneering technique has given us a glimpse at the family tree of Gigantopithecus, an extinct ape that was 2.5 metres tall and lived 300,000 years ago

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Updated 13 November 2019

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Description Researchers are investigating the various mechanisms behind volcanic explosions – by creating eruptions themselves.

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Updated 13 November 2019

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Updated 12 November 2019

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Description With a series of camera traps, researchers have caught the silver-backed chevrotain, also called the Vietnam mouse-deer, meandering about its tree-filled home.

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Updated 12 November 2019

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Description Here's how it will happen by 2030.

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Updated 12 November 2019

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Updated 12 November 2019

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Updated 12 November 2019

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Description The tech giant partnered with Ascension, a non-profit health systems company, on the program code-named "Project Nightingale".

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Updated 12 November 2019

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Description Researchers visualize 35 years of sea ice shrinkage

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Updated 12 November 2019

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Description The ability to synchronize behavioral, morphological and other transitions with the seasons is integral to the life cycle of most insects. A research team led by biologists at Tufts University has found two genes that may allow some insect species to survive climate change by adjusting their biologi

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Updated 12 November 2019

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Description Replication isn't only about repeating the exact same study.

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Updated 12 November 2019

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Description Images of the silver-backed chevrotain, commonly called the Vietnamese mouse deer, were captured in the wild by trap cameras, Global Wildlife Conservation said.

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Updated 12 November 2019

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Description Southwest Research Institute engineers developed a new certification cycle, the Low-Load Cycle (LLC), to gauge the performance of heavy-duty diesel engine aftertreatment systems in low-load conditions. Aftertreatment systems ...

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Updated 12 November 2019

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Description MIT had made a solid-state faradaic electro-swing reactive adsorption system comprising an electrochemical cell that exploits the reductive addition of CO2 to quinones for carbon capture. The reported device is compact and flexible, obviates the need for ancillary equipment, and eliminates the parasitic energy losses by using electrochemically activated redox carriers. An electrochemical cell with a polyanthraquinone–carbon nanotube composite negative electrode captures CO2 upon charging via the carboxylation of reduced quinones, and releases CO2 upon discharge. The cell architecture maximizes the surface area exposed to gas, allowing for ease of stacking of the cells in a parallel passage contactor bed....

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Updated 12 November 2019

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Updated 12 November 2019

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Description A surge of frigid air is barreling across the eastern half of the nation, unleashing snow and, in many locations, the coldest weather on record for this time of year.

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Updated 12 November 2019