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US of A has its "Wettest 12 months on record. Again"

Acceleration of erratic weather is climate chaos; that is, what we're observing is "acceleration" of anomaly-breaking weather events. More data points over a bigger area of frequency.

by the numbers

"Wet conditions from July 2018 through June 2019 resulted in a new 12-month precipitation record in the U.S., with an average of 37.86 inches (7.90 inches above average), according to scientists at NOAA’s National Centers for Environmental Information.

The average precipitation for June was 3.30 inches (0.37of an inch above average), placing it in the upper third in the record books. Flooding conditions persisted along the central and Lower Mississippi, Missouri and Illinois rivers."

Source: noaa.gov/news/us-has-its-wette

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