It's monsoon season in the Southwest, a vital source of moisture that keeps pastures and rivers healthy and wildfires in check. But climate change is making it harder to count on the season's rain.

Rain During Monsoon Season Is Becoming Less Reliable, Less Effective

By Michael Elizabeth Sakas  NPR
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