Extreme precipitation in the Northeast to increase 52% by the end of the century, study predicts


With a warmer climate creating more humid conditions in the Northeast, extreme precipitation events—defined as about 1.5 or more inches of heavy rainfall or melted snowfall in a day—are projected to increase in the Northeast by 52% by the end of the century, according to a new Dartmouth study.

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