States ponder plans and budgets for a future in which ‘normal’ is different

ClimateWire: In the last five years or so, weather changes have taken a toll on Michigan's roads. Heavy rains have overpowered drains, causing water to spill onto the road and wash whole sections away. The post-winter thaw starts earlier than it used to. That causes more cracks in the pavement than usual, shortening a road's life. These weather changes can't be directly linked to climate change. Nevertheless, the bulk of climate science suggests that similar events will become more frequent and severe in......

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