Arctic heat wave 600 times more likely due to climate change, study finds



This summer's long and extreme heat wave in the Arctic, including a record 100.4-degree Fahrenheit temperature in Siberia, would be "essentially impossible" without the impact of human-caused climate change, a global group of scientists conclude in a new study. CBSN's Lana Zak has details.

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