All Weather Is Now “Climate Change”

How climate change turned summer into a season of disaster – The Washington Post

Heat this summer has bene just about average in the US.

Burn acreage in the US has been about one-tenth of burn acreage in 1930.

Lots of rain the forecast for the next ten days.

Accumulated Precipitation (GFS 10-day Forecast)

There have been no hurricanes this year. Byt this date in 1886 the US had already been hit by four.

Weather Street: 2022 Atlantic Hurricanes and Tropical Storms

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5 Responses to All Weather Is Now “Climate Change”

  1. David G says:

    Here, in Australia, we’ve had the coldest July for 33 years. Slight reprieve this week, but cold again next week. The latest Great Barrier Reef assessment report is record healthy coral cover not seen for years.
    Yet alarmists are still able to work these things into a manifestation of “climate change”.

  2. Gamecock says:

    ‘How climate change turned summer into a season of disaster’

    They don’t actually tell us how. I’d love to know.

    It is a perpetual begging the question fallacy. They make assertions that are not in evidence. ‘Climate change’ explains everything. To them. It actually explains nothing.

  3. arn says:

    How experts renamed the season of joy into the season of desaster the same way they renamed the ice age scare into global warming – while nothing has changed in the real world.

    • rah says:

      Well there is a change. We seem to suffer less severe weather now than we have had over the previous 2-300 years.

      I believe that a big part of that is because the warming is primarily at the poles. Thus there is less contrast in temperatures between the poles and the tropics. We in the temperate zones thus see less severe weather than we have had in past times.

  4. oeman 50 says:

    All hot weather in the summer is now “extreme” and “exacerbated by climate change.” In July of 1977 my city in the mid-Atlantic had 3 days in a row of 105F high temperatures. Let me see, I think CO2 was 335 PPM at Mauna Loa. Hmmm…..

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