Saturday, 29 September 2018

Hurricane Rosa approaches US Southwest


Strongest Storm on the Planet Headed to Arizona - Rare Path




Rosa Could Dump a Year's Worth of Rain in Two Days



Robert Fanney

The U.S. Southwest is under the gun from what is now major hurricane Rosa. The storm could bring 6-12 months worth of rain for parts of the Southwest in just 1-2 days by early next week. Tropical storms do not typically impact this region of the U.S. However, human-forced climate change is increasing the potential for such events.

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