The east coast is recovering this Monday after a brutally cold weekend following the bomb cyclone. Sara Miller, Editor at Live Science, joins Cheddar to discuss what we can expect for the rest of the winter and what signs we should look out for when it comes to global warming.
New England bore the brunt of the snow. Miller says the wind chill on Mount Washington in New Hampshire hit negative 90 degrees! Miller did deliver some good news for us here in New York...the temperature is supposed to climb into the 60s this week.
Some believe this has to do with global warming. However, Miller warns we can't just look at this one storm as a sign of global warming. She says that around the globe, temperatures are actually warmer than usual. One example is Australia. The country just hit a record for the hottest day at 117 degrees.