Climatologist Mark Seeley says all this wet weather is part of a broader precipitation trend in Minnesota -- a trend representative of a changing climate.
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Both the "character and quantity" of Minnesota's precipitation is changing, he told MPR's Cathy Wurzer. About a quarter of Minnesota watersheds are flowing at flood level. Seeley expects some of that wetness to carry over into July. Temperature-wise, outlook for the summer is unclear.