Tropical Storm Henri soaks northeastern U.S., bound for Atlantic Canada

Despite being downgraded from a hurricane, Tropical Storm Henri soaked the northeastern U.S., dropping heavy rain and bringing strong storm surges ashore. It's forecast to churn toward the Maritime provinces in the days ahead. As Ross Lord reports, Henri is not the only extreme weather affecting parts of the U.S. and Canada, as the continent witnesses the effects of human-caused climate change this summer.

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