Weather is always a topic that people like to talk about, and 2011 is certainly providing plenty of fodder. Not only has the country suffered a dozen billion-dollar-or-more weather disasters this year, but Wednesday’s drencher in the state made 2011 the wettest year in Connecticut in 106 years of record keeping.
Climate variability is not the sole reason for these shattered records. At some point, disbelievers are going to have to acknowledge that human activity is playing a role in global warming and our changing weather.
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