Climate change no clear culprit for weather extremes

Coloradan: Extreme weather. Epic fires. Withering heat. June has become a month of superlatives, possibly with no end in sight. When the Waldo Canyon Fire erupted Tuesday night, turning the northwest quadrant of Colorado Springs into a monstrous neighborhood-consuming inferno, the El Paso County sheriff described it as “epic.” When the High Park Fire exploded across 8,000 acres on its first day, it was described as the unparalleled wildfire Larimer County has always feared. And then there are the......

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