The weather is coming back to haunt us, at least for a few days.
As we all know, the climate-change debate has been a constant for the past year.
And it’s still going strong.
But there are some areas where we’ve learned more and more about climate change, and some areas that have remained largely unchanged.
In our Weather Blog, we’re going to look at how the climate has changed for the last 10 years.
Here are the top 10 areas that are getting a little bit colder.
It has been warmer since 2010, with a little more than a year between the beginning of 2010 and now.
The last time we saw a temperature drop more than 1.0 degrees was back in 2007.
This year, we’ve been in the midst of a record-setting heat wave and the largest temperature drop in the nation since 1998.
And the year ahead is likely to be one of the hottest in recorded history.
The weather has changed a lot in the past decade, but the most notable change is that the climate is getting warmer and warmer, and that’s not something we’ve seen before.
And we’re seeing a lot of this happen as we’re getting into the second half of the century, and we are in some of the driest years ever recorded, with only one major El Niño event having been recorded.
In addition, this is not a trend.
The average temperature has gone up for most of the past 20 years.
But that average has fallen dramatically.
The change over the past 10 years has been mostly about the oceans, and the Arctic has been warming faster than other areas.
So even if you look at average temperatures in the U.S. or Canada, you’re not going to see much of a change in the Arctic.
And we’ve only seen this kind of change for a couple of years.
For example, from 2005 to 2007, the Arctic was almost as warm as it is now.
That was a long time ago.
But by 2013, the average temperature was about 0.6 degrees Celsius above pre-industrial levels.
The previous record low was in 1997.
And that was an El Niño year, so it was just an anomaly.
There wasn’t a lot that was unusual about that.
So we’re starting to see this trend in the Atlantic Ocean, and in the Antarctic, and also in the Southwest.
It is not just about the warming in the oceans.
The oceans are cooling, but not the Arctic, as it should be.
And they are not going up, and they’re not getting colder.
In fact, we don’t see much change in sea ice.
That’s probably due to the fact that the sea ice cover is getting thicker, and there’s less sunlight reaching it, so you’re getting more sunlight.
But we’re also seeing sea ice getting smaller and thinner.
And if you have a very thin ice cover, the water that goes into the ocean doesn’t get much heat, so the temperature isn’t as warm.
We are seeing this as well.
The Arctic has not been warming as much as other parts of the world.
That could be because the Arctic isn’t getting as much sunlight, or because of the El Niño.
There are also more extreme cold events than usual, such as a record low on May 1.
In addition, the record low is also just the second lowest temperature ever recorded in the United States.
That would have been in 1979.
In fact, the United Kingdom is on track to have its hottest May in over a century.
This was due to a record cold snap, but there is also another factor that is contributing to this, as well: The Arctic is warming more rapidly than any other part of the globe.
That means that the heat coming out of the Arctic is getting even more intense than it was before the last El Niño, which occurred in 2012. The El Niño that started the year, 2012, was the strongest one ever recorded.
So it was a really big jump.
And so the Arctic really is getting hotter.
It’s getting warmer.
The sea ice is melting.
And there is a lot more sunlight hitting it, which means that it’s getting more heat.
And that heat is getting more intense.
That is changing the Arctic and the climate in the world, and it’s going to change us all.
For example, it’s not just a matter of changing the temperature.
It could also be changing the water.
It may be changing our air quality.
It has been increasing for decades, but this year is likely going to be the hottest year on record in the continental U.K. The UK’s air quality is already among the worst in the entire world, which has prompted a major health alert.
And you can imagine the effect that that could have on the economy.
It will be a big economic hit, and so the government has issued warnings about the risk of the heat.
We’re also starting to get warmer.