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Global Warming Floods Cost United States $10 Billion In 2011

By Brad Johnson on December 16, 2011 at 1:11 pm

"Global Warming Floods Cost United States $10 Billion In 2011"

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CoreLogic “estimates flood losses in the U.S. this year at approximately $10.67 billion, based on various flooding and storm events recorded in the National Climate Data Center.” The extreme flooding was caused by the most extreme hydrologic conditions in the United States in history — most of the nation was in either extreme deluge or extreme drought. Global warming pollution has driven up temperatures, atmospheric water vapor, and storm intensity, creating a perfect storm of catastrophic floods across the United States.

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