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Washington State University researchers set out to discover the impact the 2021 heat dome had on snow melt, but what they found revealed an alarming warming trend

The Pacific Northwest’s mountainous snow, kept frozen in high elevations, was thought to be resilient to bursts of warmth in the springtime. But this durability may be weakening, threatening a key source of the region’s water supply, according to a study released last week.
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Source: The Columbian

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