Cities Make Own Weather Duet to Trapped Heat, Expert Says

Publication: National Geographic News   Date: January 17, 2006   View Article

During winter storms many city folk may praise warmer downtown temperatures for keeping the streets snow and ice free.

But urbanites ought to take steps to curb this phenomenon before localized temperature differences become a global weather problem, a meteorology expert says.

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