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Climate change in Great Lakes means bigger storms, threats to infrastructure
Voice News | May 21, 2021
In Chicago, the number of days with temperatures higher than 90 degrees increased from around zero in 1920 to more than 20 in 2013, according to Scott Bernstein, founder of Center for Neighborhood Technology.
One of the consequences of a warming environment is increased evaporation from the land and water bodies, which means a more sodden atmosphere and an increased likelihood of more intense storms.
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