Global warming and heavy rains

The recent (October 15 to 22, 2020) heavy rains (and flooding) in Hyderabad (South Indian City) is an result of severe climate change effects. Temperatures are rising and the water holding capacity of atmosphere increases by 4% for every 1 Degree Fahrenheit rise in temperature. With absolutely no control over the CO2 and Methane emissions in India, and India being the third largest climate change pollutant the resulting climate warming will lead to more heavy rains in the future, and massive damage to livelihoods of millions due the devastating floods. Please see the picture below. India is going to see more and more of these intense rainfall in the future. Source of this picture below: