War among the weather watchers

A rift is developing in the American Meteorological Society, with one faction arguing members should report the scientific consensus on climate change as well as the weather, while a vocal minority is calling AGW a scam.

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - You don't need a weatherman to know which way the wind blows.

But weather forecasters, many of whom see climate change as a natural, cyclical phenomenon, are split over whether they have a responsibility to educate their viewers on the link between human activity and the change in the Earth's climates.

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