There are two weather stories making headlines today.
First, there is some devastating flooding going on in Georgia right now. At least four deaths have been reported, parts of a couple of interstates are shut down, and there is widespread flooding through many areas of the state. The governor has declared a state of emergency. In fact, some towns to the west of Atlanta have seen almost two feet of rain. Unfortunately, scattered rain showers are in the forecast everyday this week. Hopefully it won't add the problems already there.
The other is on climate change side things. World leaders are meeting the U.N. to discuss the impact of climate change. As their all supposed to be talking today, maybe check back in the next day or two for updates on this story.