The summer of 2021 brought an onslaught of heavy rain, flooding freeways, knocking out power and leaving standing water in basements in communities across metro Detroit. While those memories are fresh for many, NOAA warns an increase in extreme rainfall could be on the horizon. Read the full story by the Louisiana Illuminator.
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