Charlie Buttrey

September 19, 2022

A “1,000-year rain event” is defined as an episode of flooding with only a 0.1 percent probability of it occurring in any given year.

The U.S. has seen FIVE 1,000-year rain events since the end of July: in Dallas, eastern Kentucky, St. Louis, southern Illinois and Death Valley.

The thing of about climate change is that it’s happening irrespective of whether you believe it.

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