Your state probably isn't prepared for droughts or floods

www.popsci.com | 7/17/2019 | Staff
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Global warming is making certain weather extremes more extreme. Increased evaporation brings more water into the atmosphere. This can supercharge storms in some regions, bringing unprecedented flooding—as the authors of a 2018 study conclude happened with Hurricane Harvey. But it can also mean longer and drier droughts will desiccate areas like the Southwest. Some places, like California, will get an increase in both wet and dry...
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