Warmer World May Bring More Hotcoldwetdry Or Something

Or something

Warmer world may bring more local, less global, temperature variability

Many tropical or subtropical regions could see sharp increases in natural temperature variability as Earth’s climate warms over coming decades, a new Duke University-led study suggests.

These local changes could occur even though Earth’s global mean surface air temperature (GMST) is likely to become less variable, the study shows.

“This new finding runs counter to the popular notion that as the climate warms, temperature variability will increase and weather will get more volatile everywhere,” said Patrick T. Brown, a postdoctoral research scientist at the Carnegie Institution for Science, who led the study while he was a doctoral student at Duke’s Nicholas School of the Environment.

“Our research suggests a different scenario: Global unforced temperature variability will actually decrease, not increase, as Earth warms, but local decade-to-decade variability could increase by as much as 50 percent in some places,” Brown said.

Breaking it down, because you drove a fossil fueled vehicle and binge-watched Game Of Thrones, along with using an ice-maker and hair dryer, not buying locally, and not giving up more of your money and freedom to Government, there’s going to be a whole lot of Hotcoldwetdry but not Hotcoldwetdry but variability buy not variability.

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