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Rick Angelini in Bel Air think big hurricanes and major snowstorms that once tracked up the Atlantic coast seem scarcer now. He asks: "What causes this type of long-term weather pattern?" Changes in Atlantic and Pacific ocean temperatures shift atmospheric patterns around. So persistent high pressure over the East Coast help fend off hurricanes. Snowstorms slip by too far east or west.

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