The 2020 Atlantic hurricane season was the most active on record, with 30 named storms and 11 of those making landfall. A study finds that anthropogenic climate change (change defined by humans’ impact) increased hourly rainfall amounts during the season by up to 10%.

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The West Coast burns while the East Coast drowns. What is the answer?


How much was caused by the lack of airplane traffic? I saw a thing on PBS around 2006 where they were talking about the swing in temperatures the day after 9/11 happened and it was one of the biggest on record due to the lack of contrails.