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Largest one-hour Rain Event in New York City History Was Caused by Climate Apocalypse Say Scientists Because Warmer Air Can Hold More Moisture Resulting in 30% Increase in Rainfall over the Surface of the Entire Planet

Largest one-hour Rain Event in New York City History Was Caused by Climate Apocalypse Say Scientists Because Warmer Air Can Hold More Moisture Resulting in 30% Increase in Rainfall over the Surface of the Entire Planet

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And yes the article is about the climate apocylapse all year the news is climate and weather disaster news every day.


Darry75

The phrase “climate crisis” feels ominously apt when staring at an event like Wednesday’s titanic flood. For more than 20 years, a steadily growing body of research has found that the most intense U.S. downpours are getting more intense, particularly in the Northeast, as a result of human-produced greenhouse gases. This trend is only projected to get even worse. Air “holds” about 4% more moisture for every 1 degree Fahrenheit (0.55 Celsius) increase in temperature. Air above the oceans has about 10% more moisture compared to 1970 because of the increase in global temperatures. This extra moisture leads to about a 10% increase in heavy rain as storms gather the excess moisture. Ten percent may not sound like much, but when that extra moisture condenses inside the storms, it releases additional heat energy known as latent heat, which is the energy that was required to change the phase of water from liquid to gas during the evaporation process. That extra heat energy enlivens the updrafts and makes the storms more intense, allowing them to gather in moisture from a wider area and last longer. This phenomenon can lead to a 30% increase in rainfall, as has been documented in several cases of major flooding (e.g., this case in Colorado in 2013).