NASA Study Gives New Meaning to "Raining Cats and Dogs"

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As the world warms, the United States will face more severe thunderstorms with deadly lightning, damaging hail and the potential for tornadoes, a trailblazing study by NASA scientists suggests. While other research has warned of broad weather changes on a large scale, such as more extreme hurricanes and droughts, the new study predicts even smaller events such as thunderstorms will be more dangerous.

 

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