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As temperatures in Lake Champlain and other fresh water bodies continue to warm due to climate change, and with more heavy precipitation, conditions will become more favorable for blooms to occur.
Heavy rains can wash contaminants into drinking, recreational, and irrigation waters, potentially leading to human illnesses.