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NOAA and Communities to Map Heat Inequities in 11 States

Within the same city, some neighborhoods can be up to 20°F hotter than others and, due largely to the practice of historic redlining — discriminatory, race-based lending and housing policies in the 1930s — these hot spots are often home to poorer communities of color. Keep Reading

Earth Had Its Coolest February on Record Since 2014

But vast temperature contrasts during February — and during the three-month season — were at play in other parts of the world. In fact, the Northern Hemisphere as a whole experienced its 8th-warmest winter (December through February) in 142 years. Keep Reading

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