23, 2021 find this as Hurricane Henri swept across the region The morning after heavy rain from Tropical Storm Henri caused a tree to uproot across Mountain Ave, Kyle Waddell, of Ridgewood DPW Shade Tree, uses a chainsaw to clear the roadway in Ridgewood, N.J. on Monday Aug. 23, 2021. Due to the heavy rain from Tropical Storm Henri, a tree uprooted and branches struck a home on McKinley Place in Ridgewood, N.J. on Sunday evening Aug. 22, 2021. The morning after the storm, the tree is still across the home Monday morning. Ryan Bachus, who drove seventeen hours from Tennessee with his colleagues from Wolf Tree to offer assistance, cuts down a tree that fell on Burns Street in New Bedford, Mass. on Aug. 23, 2021 due to the high winds from Hurricane Henri as it swept across the region Overnight heavy rains left John Street in Helmetta, N.J. flooded Sunday afternoon, August 22, 2021. Thomas P. Costello & Mike Davis, Asbury Park Press/USA TODAY Network One lane was blocked on the northbound Bronx River Parkway in Valhalla, N.Y. due to flooding caused by Tropical Storm Henri Aug. 23, 2021. A New Market Volunteer Fire Company rescue crew member wades through high waters following a flash flood, as Tropical Storm Henri makes landfall, in Helmetta, New Jersey, on Aug.22, 2021. AFP Contributor#AFP, AFP via Getty Images Drivers make their through water on the Bronx River Parkway southbound in Valhalla, N.Y. as heavy rains continue for a second day due to Tropical Storm Henri Aug. 23, 2021.https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/nation/2021/08/23/henri-rainfall-totals-power-outages-storm-lingers-over-northeast/8239158002/
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In less than two weeks, an international team of researchers was able to determine that the extreme heat would have been “ virtually impossible ” without climate change. Nearly every region of the world outside of polar regions have seen an uptick in extreme heat events since the 1950s, according to the new IPCC report. Across the globe, extreme heatwaves now occur five times more frequently than they did between 1850 and 1900 (a baseline often referred to as the preindustrial period), according to the report. Heat also exacerbates drought in some regions of the world. Droughts that previously only occurred once every decade are now 70 percent more frequent than they were in the preindustrial era. The consequences of the climate crisis, however, are diverse and far-reaching. Severe storms and floods are another growing problem. What were previously once-in-a-decade downpours are happening 30 percent more frequently today. When it comes to tropical cyclones, there’s a greater proportion of major storms (ranked a category 3 or higher), meaning hurricanes and typhoons have grown stronger. “Extreme weather is occurring with more frequency across the entire planet.” “Extreme weather is occurring with more frequency across the entire planet,” Paola Andrea Arias Gómez, one of the authors of the IPCC report, said during the press briefing. “We now can attribute that these changes are mainly driven by human activity.” More bad news: without drastic action to curb the use of fossil fuels, things will get worse. Leading climate experts have set a target of limiting global warming to no more than 1.5 degrees Celsius above preindustrial levels, in order to avoid some of the worst-case scenarios that climate change could create. We’ve already reached 1.1 degrees Celsius of warming, and the report says we could reach or even surpass that dreaded 1.5 degree threshold within the next couple of decades. What does that mean for extreme weather? Get ready for more “unprecedented” events — basically, things that have never happened before. The report authors outline five ways this is expected to happen in the future: extreme events will be even more extreme. They’ll be more frequent.https://www.theverge.com/2021/8/9/22613531/climate-change-united-nations-report-extreme-weather-ipcc