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Is guacamole the next victim of global warming?
Chipotle Mexican Grill says it may end up temporarily suspend serving guacamole and some salsas if the price of ingredients increases due to global warming.
California's drought ends, but the rain won't stop
While heavy rains and high winds bring an end to California's extreme drought, flooding and mudslides ensue.
Ski industry lags as climate change accelerates
Grist's Greg Hanscom takes a good look at the ski industry's reputation as the "reluctant poster child" for climate change...and the disappointing pace of their response to global warming.
Winds, rain, mountain snow: Seattle winter is back
The next few days will look more normal -- but not pleasant at all.
Thousands stranded in Southern snowstorm
The snowstorm, which spans 1,000 miles, has caused road and airport closures in the Southern states, where many cities lack the snow ploughs and infrastructure to deal with the extreme weather.
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