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Winter strains on electric grids match summer challenges

In a shift from past trends, electric grids now face significant strain during winter months, matching the challenges traditionally seen in summer.

Ivan Penn reports for The New York Times.

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UK weather: 2023 was second warmest year on record, says Met Office

The 10 warmest years in the UK have all occurred since 2003 according to provisional Met Office data.
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The US power grid quietly survived record summer heat waves without outages

With little acknowledgment and no applause, the power grid across the continental United States this summer quietly pulled off what may have been its most impressive feat ever.

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How Japan’s salarymen embraced short sleeves through ‘cool biz’

Under “Cool Biz,” salarymen and government workers don short-sleeved shirts in the summer as offices are kept above 82 degrees Fahrenheit to save energy.
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After summer's extreme weather, more Americans see climate change as a culprit

Kathleen Maxwell has lived in Phoenix for more than 20 years, but this summer was the first time she felt fear, as daily high temperatures soared to 110 degrees or hotter and kept it up for a record-shattering 31 consecutive days.

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Texas winter swayed by El Nino, climate change

This year’s terrible summer has made some folks fear that the upcoming winter could be just as severe. But will it?

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Japan swelters through ‘abnormal’ autumn, with warnings of more heat to come

Experts are warning that the crisp, sunny days that usually offer relief at the end of a sweltering summer are still some way off, with one describing the weather as “abnormal”.