Richard Rood

University of Michigan

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Atmospheric scientist at the University of Michigan and blogger at WunderGround.com

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For years, scientists have predicted that global warming would lead to extreme weather. Sure enough, extremes have become what some call the "new normal."

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For years, scientists have predicted that global warming would lead to extreme weather. Sure enough, extremes have become what some call the "new normal."

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