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Why didn't the public learn about this in 1999?
The air outside is roiling like a pot of soup on a flame. A strong
updraft plucks an empty grocery bag off the ground and hoists it more
than 50 feet skyward, past the window of Robert E. Livezey, a
meteorologist with the National Weather Service's Climate Prediction
Center (CPC) in Camp Springs, Md. At the moment, Livezey is not paying
attention to the shifting winds. He's trying to explain a much bigger
change-one that's skewing the weather of the entire United States and
screwing up seasonal forecasts. ...
"We are undergoing-for whatever you want to attribute it to-a
change in climate. That's clear," says Livezey. ...
"Personally, I think it's a no-brainer," says Livezey, who
concludes that greenhouse gases generated by human activities are
probably driving these changes in U.S. weather.
When Meteorologists See Red, Worldwide warming has tripped up U.S.
Robert Livezey, meteorologist with the National Weather Service's
Climate Prediction Center,
Where has Robert Livezey been since then and what does he do now?