Even though Tuesday was a day to bundle up due to the sudden dip in temperatures, experts say this weekend may bring more unseasonably warm weather. And while this warm weather is good news for locals looking to soak up the rays, it's bad news for the environment. Scientist say this warm winter fits a predicted pattern of possible global warming. We sat down with an ECU Atmospheric scientist, who says the recent temperature dip and rise is concerning. Doctor Curtis says another possible global warming sign could be the increase in intense hurricanes. Experts say the last ten years have been the hottest on record.
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