Climate scientists have been telling us for a while now to get ready for warmer, wetter weather. As things heat up, more water is evaporated into the atmosphere, more energy is added to the system, and you get more rain. Sounds simple enough. But a recent collaborative study involving climatologists at UCLA and mathematicians at the University of Wisconsin suggests that we might be looking at a LOT more rain, in very intense storms. 8 O’Clock Buzz host Brian Standing speaks with Professor David Neelin in the University of California Los Angeles Department of Atmospheric Science and with Professor Sam Stechmann at the University of Wisconsin Madison’s Department of Mathematics.