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Douglas says the past two years have seen the most severe weather since 1816. He says people may not believe climate scientists, but they do believe their eyes, and what's ahead could impact what Minnesotans do see in daily life: agriculture, transportation, tourism and water supply.
"Something has changed, it's not your grandfather's weather anymore," said Douglas. "These 'Black Swan' weather events, whether it's a Duluth flood, , or more Sandys, we need to understand climate theory has become meteorological reality."