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Scientists know that aerosols — both natural, as from volcanoes, and human-caused, as from pollution — can change a cloud’s thickness, ability to scatter sunlight or how much rainfall it produces.
Climate change has boosted the cost of flood damage caused by heavy rainfall in the United States by $75 billion over the past three decades, accounting for about a third of total losses, Stanford University researchers say.
Days of extreme rainfall — which have doubled in the Southeast as a consequence of warming — stymie septic systems.
The heavy rainfall is related to a slow-moving cold front that will draw tropical moisture into the region, including some from Tropical Storm Eta in the Gulf of Mexico.
Total rainfall from Wednesday through Thursday should run about one to three inches.
The worst damage was due to the heavy rainfall that produced massive floods and mudslides, which took out hundreds of thousands of homes and wiped out entire villages.
An ideal window is when wilds are calm and temperatures are cool, and fires are usually planned ahead of rainfall to put a natural end to the treatment.
Large volcanic eruptions in western Canada likely caused the event by emitting large amounts of greenhouse gases, causing rapid global warming and a period of increased rainfall that lasted roughly one million years.
The winter months, from November to January, see the most rainfall.
Days with extreme rainfall are expected to become 9% to 12% more common in the southeast by the middle of the century.

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