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Weather.com is trolling Trump with “proof,” “more proof,” and “even more proof” of climate change

Zoë Schlanger
By Zoë Schlanger

Environment reporter

The Weather Channel’s homepage, Weather.com, had something to say in response to US president Donald Trump’s announcement that he will pull the country out of the international Paris agreement on climate change.

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Notably, much of the meteorological data used to power Weather.com comes from the US National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), a federal agency.

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