Flash floods will increase across the United States, new research suggests

New climate modeling research shows heavy rainfall events will cause more frequent and stronger flash floods by the end of the century, especially in the southwest and central United States. NOAA National Severe Storms Laboratory research hydrometeorologist Jonathan J. Gourley contributed to the study led by University of Oklahoma professor Yang Hong and published in Nature: Communications Earth and Environment.

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road with flood waters across it, two signs that say "danger high water are visible and two cars are driving through the water

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