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Heatwaves and Snow: What's Really Happening to Antarctica's Weather? (Euronews)

Last month, March 2022, Antarctica experienced a record heat wave and exceptionally high amounts of snow in some places, leaving scientists intrigued. In this special episode of Climate Now, the latest data from the frozen continent is discussed and how this extreme environment is changing as the planet warms. The latest Copernicus data show that Antarctica's sea ice extent was 26% below average last month - the second lowest on record. Click on the image to learn more about Euronews' article and 5-minute video in English.


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