Q&A: did the climate crisis fuel Henri and the Tennessee flooding?

Q&A: did the climate crisis fuel Henri and the Tennessee flooding?

Climate scientists say while it’s difficult to give a precise attribution, the fingerprints of the climate crisis are undoubtably present to some degree

As the US west bakes in a prolonged drought, parts of the eastern half of the country have faced the opposite problem as extreme rainfall and fierce winds took their toll on communities as far apart as Tennessee and Rhode Island.

Climate scientists have said that while it’s difficult to give a precise attribution as yet to the floods in Tennessee and the impact of Hurricane Henri in New England, the fingerprints of the human-caused climate crisis are undoubtably present to some degree.

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