|Washington d.c. flooded with 3.3 inches of rain in 1 hour. Jet streams are weak, get 'stuck' in one spot and you get this event that has less than 1% chance of occurring in any given year. I hear Comrade Donald's house has water damage.|
Edited on 08-07-2019 23:28
|Like it never rains in DC... They did get a massive snow storm last winter too. So what, it's call weather. 3.3 inches in an hour, isn't that rare here in Florida. This part of the year, the rainy/hurricane season, 1-2 inches, pretty much daily, is normal, and usually over in an hour or less. Why is DC so special, as to never get heavy rain?|
I assume you are blaming this on global warming. Please tell us all how global warming made this happen.
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