Unprecedented heat wave hits Antarctica
Imagine the temperature rising in your neighborhood by 70 degrees. Well, in Antarctica, this 70-degree rise has actually happened over the last week.
Climatologists are saying this is unprecedented — and that the larger implications are very troubling.
Host Celeste Headlee speaks with Kasha Patel, deputy weather editor for the Capital Weather Gang at The Washington Post.
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