Rain will get more extreme thanks to global warming, says NASA study

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The forecast for the future of rainfall on Earth is in: over the next hundred years, areas that receive lots of precipitation right now are only going to get wetter, and dry areas will go for longer periods without seeing a drop, according to a new NASA-led study on global warming. “We looked at rainfall of different types,” said William Lau, NASA’s deputy director of atmospheric studies and the lead author of the study, in a phone interview with The Verge. “The extreme heavy rain end the prolonged drought side both increase drastically and are also connected physically.”
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