According to a recent study, springs and autumns in northern areas have warmed significantly over the past 100 years. Similarly, warm extreme weather phenomena have become more widespread and cold extreme phenomena have become rarer.
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Kivinen, S., Rasmus, S., Jylhä, K., Laapas, M. Long-Term Climate Trends and Extreme Events in Northern Fennoscandia (1914–2013). Climate 2017, 5, 16.
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