Our region’s extreme weather is the new normal, for a while

Hartford Courant: In a year that brought Connecticut the unlikely chaos of storm Sandy, severe flooding, a blizzard and - most recently - three tornadoes in one day and a fourth a week later, it turns out the weather's unpredictability is now predictable. Extreme weather has become the new normal: the vicious storms Irene and Sandy, which caused flooding and devastation; the weekend blizzard in February that barricaded people in their homes and left more than 3 feet of snow in some towns; and the fourth tornado......

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