I haven't been hearing much about rain, in terms of how greatly it's contributing to climate change. But this article offers some keen insight into a potentially worsening problem. The last 12 months have been the wettest in U.S. history. Spring flooding drowned huge swaths of the Midwest this year, wrecking communities and essentially turning farms into inland seas. Floodwaters overwhelmed levees in the nation’s heartland, drenching towns and causing billions of dollars in infrastructure and crop damage. During May, a stormy pattern boosted the national monthly precipitation average to the second-highest level on record, according to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. Read on: https://grist.org/article/rain-hurricane-barry-flooding-climate-change/?