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5 reasons the Arctic’s extremely warm winter should alarm you...

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This polar bear is alarmed. LightRocket via Getty Images

 

You can see dramatic climate change impacts even in the dead of Arctic winter...

Cape Morris Jesup in Greenland is just about the northernmost piece of land on planet Earth. It’s located just 400 miles south of the North Pole, on Greenland’s craggy, desolate north shore. This is a place so far north that the sun doesn’t rise for most of the winter months.

In February, in the dark of winter, Cape Morris Jesup’s weather station recorded nearly 60 hours of temperatures above freezing — a new record. On February 24, the temperature reached a high of 43 degrees Fahrenheit.

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By Brian Resnick

brian@vox.com

Updated Mar 16, 2018, 12:53pm EDT

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