Dating catastrophes

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Rainfall, both the amount and the rate, represents one of the strongest signals of climate change.Warmer air increases the evaporation rate of water, and for every degree Celsius increase in temperature, a parcel of air can hold 7 percent more water.“Hurricanes live and die by the amount of rainfall they make out of moisture,” George Huffman, a research meteorologist at NASA Goddard Space Flight Center, told Vox.Hurricanes “To say this hurricane season has been historic is an understatement,” FEMA Administrator Brock Long told Congress in October.Parched after years of drought, the rainfall officially brought the dry spell to an end as floods inundated hundreds of homes, landslides buried roads, and high water levels threatened to burst dams.Flooding across Missouri and Arkansas in the spring also claimed 20 lives and carried a

Rainfall, both the amount and the rate, represents one of the strongest signals of climate change.Warmer air increases the evaporation rate of water, and for every degree Celsius increase in temperature, a parcel of air can hold 7 percent more water.“Hurricanes live and die by the amount of rainfall they make out of moisture,” George Huffman, a research meteorologist at NASA Goddard Space Flight Center, told Vox.Hurricanes “To say this hurricane season has been historic is an understatement,” FEMA Administrator Brock Long told Congress in October.Parched after years of drought, the rainfall officially brought the dry spell to an end as floods inundated hundreds of homes, landslides buried roads, and high water levels threatened to burst dams.Flooding across Missouri and Arkansas in the spring also claimed 20 lives and carried a $1.7 billion price tag.You can get information dating back to 1950 and access our ISOnet PCS database for a wide variety of authoritative accounts, reports, and other data.

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Rainfall, both the amount and the rate, represents one of the strongest signals of climate change.

Warmer air increases the evaporation rate of water, and for every degree Celsius increase in temperature, a parcel of air can hold 7 percent more water.

“Hurricanes live and die by the amount of rainfall they make out of moisture,” George Huffman, a research meteorologist at NASA Goddard Space Flight Center, told Vox.

Hurricanes “To say this hurricane season has been historic is an understatement,” FEMA Administrator Brock Long told Congress in October.

Parched after years of drought, the rainfall officially brought the dry spell to an end as floods inundated hundreds of homes, landslides buried roads, and high water levels threatened to burst dams.

.7 billion price tag.You can get information dating back to 1950 and access our ISOnet PCS database for a wide variety of authoritative accounts, reports, and other data.

(This map doesn’t include the Thomas Fire, the single-largest wildfire in California history, which is still burning.) All told, NOAA’s estimate of 6 billion is very likely conservative — other estimates put the total closer to 0 billion.

Extreme rainfall events are trending upward, and nine of the top 10 years for extreme one-day precipitation events have happened since 1990.

And all this moisture-laden air helped drive the powerful hurricanes that made landfall in the United States.

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Overall, these events resulted in the deaths of 36 people and had significant economic effects on the areas impacted.

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