‘Unprecedented’ Flooding Event in Detroit Fits Global Warming Pattern
Detroit received 4.57 inches of rain in just a few hours on Monday, breaking its record for that date and coming in second place for the all-time wettest calendar day, behind a 4.74 inch deluge in July of 1925. The heavy rain — which included more than an inch of rain falling in just 24 minutes — led to some of the most widespread flash flooding on record in the Motor City.
Minor street flooding from a rainfall event beaten during one of Hansen’s coldest years on record – proves global warming.
With 10,000 rain gauges and a 100 year record, you would expect to have 100 of them set their all-time record ever year.
Freedman appears to have completely lost it.