Rain impacts of warmth to persist

BBC: Impacts of man-made greenhouse warming on rainfall would endure long after temperatures fell, a study suggests. UK Met Office scientists constructed a hypothetical future in which carbon dioxide levels rise and then fall, and modelled what might happen to rainfall. Their computer simulation showed temperature falling decades after CO2's decline, with changed rainfall going on for several more decades after that. The study is published in the journal Geophysical Research ......

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