Cold Blast Headed for Europe Won?t Faze a Very Warm 201

Europe’s coldest December for seven years is unlikely to derail what will probably be one of the warmest years on record.

In a last chilly blast, the first half of this month will be unusually cold before warming to near normal temperatures, according to eight meteorologists surveyed by Bloomberg. December may still be the coolest since 2010 as high pressure near Iceland and northwest Russia funnels arctic winds south, said Tyler Roys, an Accuweather Inc. meteorologist in State College, Pennsylvania.

Bloomberg: Cold Blast Headed for Europe Won't Faze a Very Warm 2017

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