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  • Tuesday, Feb. 28, 2023

    USU Study: population growth causing wild weather patterns

    LOGAN, Utah — From extreme drought to heavy snow, some researchers at Utah State University are tying to get to the bottom of Utah’s rollercoaster weather patterns.

    A new study shows that it may be all our fault and that it’s not going away anytime soon. The two professors on this study say population growth, and the things we all do are adding to the wild swings in weather. While we should work to fix it, they say we’re also going to need to learn how to live with it.

    Most people don’t have these kind of resources to deal with winter.

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