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Winter easing its grip on Northeast

Temperatures rising 0.8 degrees a decade

Dan Lambrecht, Blue Hills ski operations manager, is among those affected by milder Northeast winters. Dan Lambrecht, Blue Hills ski operations manager, is among those affected by milder Northeast winters. (DAVID L. RYAN/GLOBE STAFF)
By Carolyn Y. Johnson
Globe Staff / December 11, 2008

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The quintessential New England winter - frozen ponds, frigid days, and neighborhoods blanketed in white - is quietly fading away, as the season gets warmer and less snowy, according to an exhaustive new study. (Full article: 845 words)

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