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These 'rivers in the sky' are causing massive flooding in Canada

In 2019, an atmospheric river nicknamed the "Pineapple Express" hit California. Image: Unsplash/ Sergey Pesterev

Lisa Shumaker

Desk Editor, Thomson Reuters

Timothy Gardner

Energy & Environment Correspondent , Reuters

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Atmospheric rivers are relatively long, narrow regions in the atmosphere, like rivers in the sky. Image: NOAA
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