Climate Change: Greenland Melt Season Starts Two Months Early

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Climate scientists are shouting at the tops of their lungs right now about this week's developments in Greenland, where the melt season started a full two months early. According to the Danish Meteorological Institute, 12 percent of Greenland's ice sheet surface was melting, with temperatures in some parts of Greenland hitting 17.8°Celsius, or 68°Farenheidht.

University of Colorado at Boulder's Mike MacFerrin, currently stationed in Greenland, said, "melt in Greenland, over this wide an area, this early in the season, is not supposed to happen."
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