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Climate Change Creates ‘Atmospheric River’ From US To China


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It extends from China to the US. Cenk Uygur, host of The Young Turks, breaks it down. Tell us exactly what you believe in the comment area below. Sign up with TYT:

" A 5,000-mile-long belt of rainfall is damaging the Northwest today, an "atmospheric river" extending throughout the Pacific Ocean from China to British Columbia.

The tornado system, which some weather officials have actually referred to as "The Huge Dark," is anticipated to drop 10 to 15 inches of rainfall as well as snow over high elevations and 2 to 5 inches of rainfall over the Puget Sound area in Washington state.

The system could be seen earlier today on a picture launched by NASA as a huge horizontal band of darken the Pacific. Dustin Individual, an authorities at the National Weather Condition Solution in Seattle, described it to The Seattle Times as "one long stretch of wetness a few thousands miles long that will certainly be striking us in the face."" *.

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  1. Posted by ryan francis, at Reply

    Cenk is the best scientist, last thing California could use is Rain.

  2. Posted by delveling, at Reply


  3. Posted by rachel engstrom, at Reply

    This type of “atmospheric river” while rare, have happened before.

  4. Posted by Raymonds Missing Thumb, at Reply


  5. Posted by Ray Ramos, at Reply

    And moron in chief pulling out from Paris accord… Oh, my.

  6. Posted by Rick Sinnett, at Reply

    We also had a really dry summer with record highs and drought.

  7. Posted by Jim McCaffery, at Reply

    Do your research, it’s called the jet stream!

  8. Posted by thesacrisant, at Reply

    Even when we have the same weather as on the Planet Venus , still climate change deniers will say it’s hoax , there is nothing going on…

  9. Posted by Washington Strong arm, at Reply

    The whole climate change movement is a lie and the biggest hoax in history.

  10. Posted by Drm R, at Reply

    This is nature’s way of trying to correct the damage humans have done. Things will only get worse as more damage is doe ,

  11. Posted by Kell Harris, at Reply

    My problem is that how can we change it at this point? Its already to late.

  12. Posted by Jonezx2020, at Reply

    Science is a liberal conspiracy controlled by the media

  13. Posted by Sin City Realtor, at Reply

    yall reaching with this one. yes climate change is real but atmospheric rivers are not new or caused by climate change. they are normal and they are the reason for most of the rain in california. the reasons for the droughts in cali are partially due to the lack of atmospheric rivers lately

  14. Posted by Lauren, at Reply

    they love talking about climate change and how its real and how science backs it up but arent going vegan to prevent things like this in the future

  15. Posted by Rick James, at Reply

    Ohh lordy lordy! Lock up yo kids and lock up yo wives cause “THE BIG DARK” is on its way!

  16. Posted by steve pisano, at Reply

    So what. What can we do about it? Before anybody responds with a snarky answer pause and think. Seriously, how can you change human behavior at this point?

  17. Posted by Evergreen Moline, at Reply

    Hopefully this means lots of snow in the cascades and an early ski season…

  18. Posted by Chocolate ThunderBear, at Reply

    Enjoy earth while you can, humans. Your days are numbered here…

  19. Posted by FreemanicParacusia, at Reply

    I wonder what impact reduced sunlight will have on plankton in the northern Pacific and the food chain dependent on it.