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Extreme Weather and Climate Change

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Firefighters try to put out a fire in Hidden Valley, California in 2013. This summer's Mendocino Complex fire is the largest in California history.

Extreme weather is sweeping across the country. The wildfires in California are the most recent examples. The state is in the middle of a record-breaking fire season with three-active blazes. 

Along with fires, we are seeing extreme climate in the form of hurricanes and increased temperature. These are symptoms of climate change. 

Today on All Sides, we discuss what extreme weather means for the midwest and the rest of the country. 

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