Rutgers climate science and scientists are featured prominently and extensively in The Washington Post today throughout an illustrated feature on "climate hot spots" in the United States -- which includes New Jersey. According to the report:
""Anthony Broccoli, a climate scientist at Rutgers, defines an unusually warm or cold month as ranking among the five most extreme in the record going back to the late 1800s. In the case of New Jersey, he says, since 2000, weve had 39 months that were unusually warm and zero that were unusually cold." More here.