Ten years ago, Texas A&M professors said Texas would be hot and dry for the rest of the century.
Since then, Texas has had their wettest years on record.
Summer temperatures have plummeted in Texas over the last ten years, with this past summer being one of the coolest on record.
The hottest year in Texas was 1921, and afternoon temperatures have declined since the start of the 20th century.
Texas government listened to the scientists and built a lot of windmills. On February 12, USA Today was bragging that “up to two thirds of Texas energy output” was generated by wind.
Two days later people were freezing to death in Texas after the wind turbines froze up.
John Nielsen Gammon was one of the authors of that 2011 book.
Ten years later he is back with different propaganda. Now he says global warming is making Tessa wetter, hotter, producing more 100 degree days and making storm surges larger.
Texas has a long history of storm surges, including one which killed 10,000 people in Galveston in 1900.
Texas has had very bad clod snaps in the past, but they weren’t reliant on wind power.
The frequency of 100 degree days has dropped sharply, with this past summer being one of the lowest on record.
In 2012, the San Antonio Express News said Texas is not warming, based on NCDC data.
NOAA showed the same thing that year.
But NOAA has altered their data and now show lots of warming during that period.