2018 was the fourth-hottest year on record, and it’s getting even hotter

As warmer temperatures mess with global rainfall patterns, the U.S. East saw record rains

flooded road

CLIMATE WHOAS  Data released from two U.S. agencies show climate change coinciding with more rain falling on Eastern states and flooding communities, such as Waxhaw, N.C. (shown).

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