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Continued: The hot zone: U.S. warms most in its corners

  • Article by: SETH BORENSTEIN  , Associated Press
  • Last update: June 4, 2014 - 8:10 PM

In the Southeast and mid-Atlantic, industrial sulfur particle pollutants from coal burning may be reflecting sunlight, thus countering heating caused by coal’s carbon dioxide emissions, said Pennsylvania State University professor Michael Mann.

 

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  • Easton Martin, of Mesa, Ariz., then 10, stopped to cool off in a misting fan while walking with his family in Las Vegas.

  • Hayden Slykhuis cooled off in a fountain at the Red Ridge Park kids water park in Las Vegas. Carson City, Nev., and Boise, Idaho, saw the most warming in year-round and summer temperatures.

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