Six months of summer? Fun but not at all funny

Researchers predict a huge growth in the sunny season — and a vicious cycle of pollution

. . . . Spring is in the air — and, beyond it, the lazy, hazy days of a few precious summer months. Or maybe not just a few: Results from a study published in the journal Geophysical Research and Letters says that between 1952 to 2011, Northern Hemisphere climate data reveal that the average length of summers increased from an average of 78 days to 95. …

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