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Rain and coastal flooding expected over Labor Day weekend

A tropical wave creating thunderstorms from Hispaniola to the Turks and Caicos Islands is forecast to hit the Bahamas over the Labor Day weekend then move across Florida into the Gulf of Mexico.

NOAA — Increased coastal flooding trend is likely to continue

People living along the U.S coast may see flooded sidewalks and streets more frequently this year due, in part, to El Nino conditions that are predicted to develop later this year, and from long-term sea level rise trends.

Evidence points to collapse of Pine Island and Thwaites glaciers

In a remote region of Antarctica known as Pine Island Bay, the Thwaites and Pine Island glaciers sprawl across a plain over 150-miles-long, widening as they go inland to a reserve of ice two-miles-thick, about the size of Texas. They are melting fast.

El Niño and La Niña will intensify coastal hazards across Pacific

El Nino and La Nina climate circulation events are predicted to become more severe, causing an increase in the number and intensity of storms, leading to extreme coastal erosion and flooding, says a multi-agency study.

Rising global sea levels – upward trend resumes, reports NASA

In a study issued today, NASA has reported that global sea levels have resumed their long term upward trend after a blip in 2010/11. The study was based on multi-sourced data from NASA and European Topex/Poseidon, Jason-1 and Jason-2 satellites.

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New Hampshire coastal communutues are taking the risks of sea level rise  flooding and infrastructur...
New Hampshire coastal communutues are taking the risks of sea level rise, flooding and infrastructure deterioration seriously.
New Hampshire Coastal Adaptation Workgroup
Deep in the bayous of Louisiana  time seems to move more slowly  but not moving slowly enough to sav...
Deep in the bayous of Louisiana, time seems to move more slowly, but not moving slowly enough to save a community of Native Americans living on a strip of an island that is being swallowed by the sea
Lee Celano, AFP

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