If you've noticed that when it rains these days, it really pours, you're right. The Chesapeake region receives about 4.5 inches more of rain per year than it did a century ago. This is what climate change looks like. Scientists Victoria Coles and Raleigh Hood of the Horn Point Laboratory have spent the past two years working to help the public visualize how much climate in the Chesapeake Bay region has changed during their lifetimes. They hope the project will help individuals understand how the climate is changing and how they have a responsibility to help the environment.