A three-hour deluge on July 8 was 'probably the wettest
moment' in Toronto's history, says Environment
Canada's David Phillips. (Mark Blinch/Reuters)
“They’ve proved the world is warmer. They now seem to be so focused on are we seeing wilder, more extreme weather and they realize that’s even a tougher nut to crack.
“You can always get temperature records all over the world for centuries, but boy, deciding whether this rainstorm, which is very rare, is more of the same, [or] has the weather changed or is it cyclical, is it bad luck or are we just getting in the way of nature – that’s another issue.”
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