Changing climate at root of Canada’s ‘utterly unprecedented’ summer flood

Postmedia: Smith Creek in southeastern Saskatchewan normally runs dry in July. Last week it hit an all-time high and the stream gauge that scientists have been monitoring for decades is now under water. So are countless homes and farms in Saskatchewan and Manitoba where the province has declared a state of emergency and called in the military to help deal with the stunning summer flood. “It’s utterly unprecedented,” says John Pomeroy, director of the centre for hydrology at the University of Saskatchewan.......

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