Climate change makes extreme weather normal

Register-Guard: The “tornado of a lifetime” ripped through the Southeast last month, killing more than 300 people. Record drought contributed to wildfires that so far have burned more than 1.4 million acres across Texas. The rampaging Mississippi River reached its highest levels in almost 100 years, damaging property throughout the basin. Across the nation and the planet, unprecedented extreme weather events are on the rise. Last year, the Federal Emergency Management Agency declared a record 81 disasters,......

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