More frequent extreme rains in NJ, studies find
Clip: 11/19/2021 | 50s | Video has closed captioning.
The first study confirms rainfall has increased in the Garden State over the past two decades, with some areas seeing extreme rainfall 10% more frequently today compared to a 1999 baseline. The second study predicts the pattern will continue into the future, and that the level of future greenhouse gas emissions will determine how extreme that change becomes.
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