This is bad news for water storage and flood risk.
Stores can't operate with inches of water inside them, but climate change is making these sunny day floods far more frequent.
It bends, it twists, and scientists are split on what's causing it.
Here's what a terrifying tornado outbreak looks like.
It was an extreme year.
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Meteorologists routinely retire names of severely devastating storms.
Some research suggest these outliers are shifting to norms.
We have the technological capability to stop our earth from warming further. But it looks like that won't happen.
Storms cause flooding, but green infrastructure can help homeowners stay afloat.
Rivers flood regularly during hurricanes, but get less attention than coastlines
This is not a storm to take lightly.
Climate change is driving significant shifts in extreme weather.
Raindrops keep falling—and it's a big problem.
And we should take what it's taught us into future fights.
Hundreds of billions of dollars, to be precise.
And just how bad is it?
Climate change is likely a factor
We are our own worst enemy
But don't point any fingers at one particular flood. Or drought. Or hurricane. Or heatwave.
Heat waves are still uncomfortable. But they stop feeling remarkable.
Temperatures in the Arctic could help drive extreme weather in the United States.
New research suggests extreme weather can worsen depression in mothers, leaving children more anxious and distressed.
Better design could mean fewer evacuations.