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Warming 'likely' worsened Pakistan's floods.

According to the World Weather Attribution Organization, the warming of the climate may have contributed to an increase in the intensity of the rainfall.

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However, due to the fact that there were so many unknowns in the data, the team was unable to identify the exact amount to which the impact was exerted.

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The probability of such an event occurring each year is approximately estimated by the specialists to be 1%.

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Since Pakistan's floods began two months ago, millions of lives have been upended and 1,500 people have died.

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As a direct consequence of the severe rainfall, the banks of the river Indus were breached, and as a result, a number of cities were inundated by flash floods and landslides.

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Political leaders have, from the very beginning, pointed the finger of blame at climate change as the cause of the horrifying spectacles.

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However, the results of this first scientific investigation suggest that the whole picture is more complex.

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Climate warming raises the risk of extreme heatwaves by 30 times, making this year an exception. Heatwaves also hit India and Pakistan.

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