Canada: Toronto flash flood won’t come as a surprise to those who pay attention to climate change

Straight: I can't recall hearing this mentioned by any of the best-known weather forecasters in the business, such as Claire Martin, Mark Madryga (who shills for Port Metro Vancouver on the side), and Michael Kuss. As a result, the public is given no indication that a flash flood in Toronto--in which the monthly average rainfall was dumped on the city in two hours--might be linked to carbon-dioxide emissions. Weathercasters also avoided mentioning global warming when sections of Calgary and High River......

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