In March of next year, the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention will publish a study showing that winter deaths have increased dramatically over the last 20 years, as temperatures in the US have risen by 0.7°C.
It’s a big change, and a worrying one.
According to the CDC, winter deaths rose from 13,400 in 1970 to nearly 26,000 in 2016, an increase of 1.3 million people.
And the number of winter deaths has continued to rise since the 1960s.
How can this be?
The CDC has tried to explain the spike in winter deaths by saying the temperature changes are “primarily caused by a changing climate”.
But this is misleading.
According the American Meteorological Society, winter temperature changes have been in place for at least three decades.
It turns out the temperature in the northern hemisphere is much warmer than the southern hemisphere, which is why the warming has been more severe in the south.
In fact, the south is getting hotter faster than the north, and this warming is mainly caused by the El Niño phenomenon. The El Niño event, which occurs every two years, is a weather phenomenon in which the Pacific Ocean is warmer than normal.
During El Niño, the air in the tropics warms up, causing temperatures to rise.
The temperature rises, causing more of the heat to flow down to the lower levels of the atmosphere, where it is then absorbed by the land.
But in this particular instance, the warm air is coming from the south, which means the northern air is getting colder.
The same is true of the winter.
The warmer the air is, the more water vapor it condenses, which results in more precipitation.
So when it comes to summertime weather, the amount of precipitation the earth has to store up is far higher than what it can possibly use.
And this means that even if the average temperature is lower than it was during the warm summer months, the average amount of rainfall is higher.
So what does this mean?
For some people, winter weather is an absolute necessity.
The average American can’t go out and enjoy the outdoors, or get a cup of coffee, without experiencing some sort of discomfort.
But if you live in a city, you may not even be able to get out of bed in the morning.
So it’s up to you to find a way to keep your body healthy and comfortable in the cold winter months.
How to protect yourself and your loved ones from cold and freezing winter weather, winter in a nutshell The first thing to do is to make sure that you’re not living in an area where you’re going to be able warm up.
This can be achieved by using clothing and heating equipment in areas where the temperature is below zero degrees Celsius.
Also, you can always take extra steps to keep warm.
If you’re planning to stay in your home for extended periods of time, it’s always a good idea to invest in a thermostat.
The most important thing to remember is that if you don’t have a roof over your head, you won’t be able get the air to circulate around you.
So make sure you get a good roof over yourself.
Make sure that if it is very cold outside, or if you’re wearing clothes that are not made of lightweight materials, they will get quite warm.
Make a habit of using a hat and gloves when you’re outdoors.
If it’s very cold, you need to get a hat.
If there is no wind, you should wear gloves.
If the temperature drops below 0°C, you don,t need gloves.
But remember, you’re likely to freeze to death if you do get a cold or you don.
So be aware of how you’re doing this.
If your house is too cold, make sure to stay out of it.
And if it’s too hot, don’t wear anything.
There’s nothing worse than being outside and freezing to death.
The last thing you should do is leave your home and go outside.
If winter weather brings you pain and discomfort, you are not in a place where you can cope.
You need to make it through the winter in comfort.
This is not to say that you shouldn’t be spending time outside.
You should, however, spend the winter outside if you can.
The best way to make this winter as comfortable as possible is to find ways to keep you warm.
Here are some tips that will keep you and your family warm during the coldest of months.
Wear a hat, gloves and a hat cover if you have one, especially in the summer, when temperatures are low.
This will keep your face warmer, your skin better protected and your body cooler.
Also make sure your scarf and jacket have a hood and a top layer to keep cold air from getting into your ears.
This layer is also good for keeping your body warm.
Wrap yourself up in warm clothing, such as a jacket or hoodie, to keep from getting cold.
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