Rain falling on Greenland summit is a bad sign in the battle against global warming. Veuer’s Tony Spitz has the details.
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For the first time on record, precipitation at the summit of Greenland — roughly two miles above sea level — fell as rain and not snow.
Rain fell on Greenland's summit instead of snow for the first time on record in August. A study says that may be the norm in just four or five decades.