I brought my dulcet tones to New Hampshire Public Radio yesterday, as I do most Tuesdays, to talk about my weekly column in The Monitor.

This week’s column is about a study by a Dartmouth researcher, among others, that looks at “extreme precipitation events’ (more than 2 inches in 24 hours) in the Northeast. It found that the number of such events jumped suddenly in the mid-1990s, for reasons that are unclear – another indication of how non-linear climate change can be.

You can listen to me chatting with NHPR’s Peter Biello about the column by clicking here.

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