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Hell and high water: Whatcom County is a case study for climate change

Scientists suspect global warming boosted June heatwave and November floods

Whatcom Creek overflows into Maritime Heritage Park on Nov. 15
Whatcom Creek overflows into Maritime Heritage Park on Nov. 15 (Hailey Hoffman/Cascadia Daily News)
By Ralph Schwartz Staff Reporter
Climate change is easy to see, if you look in the right places. Glaciers and the ice around the Nort
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