Why the lunar 'wobble’ could have an impact on Canada’s coastal cities

As a new study from NASA points to a “wobble” in the moon’s orbit as being responsible for a potential rise in high-tide floods over the next several years, several experts are warning that such extreme changes in weather are already happening — and will be much more pronounced by the effects of climate change. Mike Armstrong has more.

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