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Monsoons make deserts bloom in the US Southwest, but climate change is making these summer rainfalls more extreme and erratic

By Diana Zamora-Reyes, PhD Candidate in Hydrology, University of Arizona
Christopher L. Castro, Professor of Hydrology and Atmospheric Sciences, University of Arizona
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Monsoons are weather patterns that bring thunderstorms and heavy rains to hot, dry areas when warm, moist ocean air moves inland. They’re challenging to forecast, especially in a changing climate.

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