Study forecasts global increase in freak weather

Independent: Heatwaves and flooding are more likely in coming decades because of climate change, according to a new report which found that global warming probably caused freak weather around the world last year. The burst of heat in the UK in November and Texas’s driest summer for 100 years were more likely to have happened because of climate change, according to the study. However other freak weather events such as floods in Thailand were unlikely to have been caused by an increase in man-made greenhouse......

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