As the vernal equinox ushers in the season of renewal, the specter of severe spring weather looms large. Spring has proven to have increasingly unpredictable patterns, marked by violent storms, torrential rains, and more unseasonable events. These meteorological upheavals are not isolated incidents but rather indicators of a changing climate. The impacts are far-reaching, affecting ecosystems, economies, and communities worldwide. A Changing Climate A changing climate has profound impacts on severe spring weather. As our atmosphere warms, it holds more water, leading to heavier rainfall during storms. This increase in precipitation can result in more frequent and severe flooding events.…
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