Torrential Rain Hits Beijing
Tropical regions may experience more rainfall due to climate change. This is based on a new NASA study that predicted more rainfall because of global warming. (Photo : Lintao Zhang/Getty Images)

Climate change alters many aspects on Earth. The threat is imminent, and more and more people are finally acknowledging the risks posed by the changing times. A new NASA research says that climate change will cause more rainfall in tropical regions that are typically sunny.

According to a new NASA study called “Tightening of Tropical Ascent and High Clouds Key to Precipitation Change in a Warmer Climate,” as the climate continues to warm up, there will be a significant increase in rainfall.

The study was recently published in the journal Nature and was led by NASA scientist Hui Su from the Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena.

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