Climate Signals summary: The remnants of Hurricane Ida produced major flash flooding in New York City in early September that some people are still struggling to recover from. Human-caused climate change is making extreme precipitation events like this one more likely to occur more frequently.
Months after Hurricane Ida brought New York City to its knees with historic flooding that killed 13 people, victims are still reeling from the devastation.
As they reflect on the storm, some wonder about the future of the city, as climate change makes extreme weather events more likely.
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