Did global warming set stage for Duluth flooding?

Climate Central: As the people of Duluth, Minn. -- a community of about 86,000 tucked away at the southwest corner of Lake Superior -- try to recover from the record flooding of the past week, it's reasonable for them to ask whether global warming may have played a role in the floodwaters that so heavily damaged their city. Given the unusual nature of the rainfall, and the prevalence of extreme weather in Minnesota and other states so far this year and during recent decades, the answer, according to the scientific......

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