Winter in the Northeastern United States like New England is thawing out, warned a recently published study. The survey, made by a team of scientists of the University of Massachusetts Amherst, the Northeastern United States is witnessing higher temperature in contrast to the rest of the world. It means, the warm winter weather, which is said to be the most specialized factor of northeastern states of US are getting warmer over the years and soon, they will hit on an unmatchable level.
The research, accomplished by the analysts at the Northeast Climate Science Center (NECSC) at the University of Massachusetts Amherst recommends that the intensity of temperatures across the northeastern United States will swell at a much faster tempo than the average global temperature rate. It means, the 2-degrees Celsius warming cut-off rate, prescribed in the recently endorsed Paris Climate Change Protocol will hit this locality, around 20 years before the proposed timeline, in contradiction of the rest of the world as a whole.
The study led by NECSC P.hD researcher Ambarish Karmalkar and geosciences professor Raymond Bradley marks the exploration on how weather across the United State will be affected by the latest climate change protocol brought up by Paris Agreement to put ceiling on the global average temperatures level, to not more than 2 degrees C above pre-industrial echelons by 2100.
The detailed report of the research, published in the recent edition of PLOS ONE, released today also revealed that, when the rest of the world will take some 20 years to encounter the prescribed 2 degree Celsius temperature, the northeastern United State will soon face this rate, as the temperature in this frizzy area in booming because of the unpredictable abnormalities in climatic patterns across the world.
After the endorsement of Paris Agreement to confine the global temperature on 2 degree Celsius level, most people put themselves in the wrong conception that, 2 degree Celsius is a safe height of temperature. But this is just an average global temperature level, which in order will make some regions feel more cold, while some hotness. And the northeast United States is one of those provinces where the intensity of warmth will go up much quickly, said the lead researcher.