Early 2014 UK flooding made more likely by climate change

Ars Technica: In places like California, researchers have been working to understand how climate change is affecting droughts. But in the UK, it’s unusually wet weather making headlines of late. Southern England and Wales got soaked over the winter that ran into January 2014, leading to near-historic flooding. This led to a natural question: did climate change have a hand in it? Climate is basically the statistics of weather, so the way we answer this is to use climate models to look for a change in those statistics.......

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