Warming could nearly double rate of severe La Niña events

Extreme weather swings projected to become more common

WILD WEATHER   Climate change will roughly double the frequency of extreme La Niñas similar to the 2010 event that caused severe floods, such as this one in Sindh, Pakistan, new research suggests.

Abdul Majeed Goraya / IRIN | www.irinnews.org (CC BY-NC-ND 2.0 )

 

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