Climate Crisis (scam) Is Supercharging Weather Like Ida Or Something

I tried to avoid getting involved with the whole “Ida was your fault!” stuff, but, this one is a little crazier than most

Ida turns New York City into a front line of extreme weather supercharged by climate change

After Hurricane Ida battered the southern US states, its remnants lashed the northeast on Wednesday night, transforming New York City into a danger zone Thursday morning. Ida dumped record-shattering amounts of rainfall on Central Park and the subway was inundated with fast-moving floods, knocking nearly the whole system out of operation. The neighboring city of Newark, New Jersey, saw the heaviest single day of rain on record.

These are the kinds of scenes that scientists say the world will see more of because of human-caused climate change.

Officials in New York appeared totally caught off guard by the floods. Meteorologists — who knew storms and floods were on their way, even roughly how much rain would fall — were surprised at the storm’s pace. (big snip)

Globally, extreme rainfall events — including those in Germany and China in recent months — are becoming more common because of human-caused global warming, scientists say.

A recent UN climate report said that “the frequency and intensity of heavy precipitation events have increased since the 1950s over most land area.”

Scientists are saying? That means nothing. Are they proving? And are they proving that these are mostly/solely being caused by the actions of mankind? Can we prove that this is different than during the previous Holocene warm periods? Hurricanes are not getting bigger and more frequent, they are not truly dropping more rain. It may seem like it, because we have better tracking of storms than 30-40 years ago. As for rain, well, storms happen. They always do. Oh, and, apparently, winter weather from heat trapping gases

Climate crisis likely creating extreme winter weather events, says report

The climate crisis has not only been leaving deadly heatwaves and more destructive hurricanes in its wake, but also probably creating extreme winter weather events, according to a new report released on Thursday by the American Association for the Advancement of Science’s journal Science. (snip)

The new report, titled Linking Arctic variability and change with extreme winter weather in the United States, has helped to clarify that connection.

No need to read more, it’s the same old same old. Though they do seem to be getting ahead of this talking point well before winter is here. Though they did have some crazy winter weather in the Southern Hemisphere. How is the Artic causing big winter weather there? I’m sure they’ll have some sort of doomsday cult Excuse for that.

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3 Responses to “Climate Crisis (scam) Is Supercharging Weather Like Ida Or Something”

  1. Elwood P. Dowd says:

    Ask the people of LA, MS, TN, PA, NJ, NY, MA if they think global warming is changing the weather.

    More Americans were killed by global warming in the past week than were killed in the past year in Afghanistan.

    More Americans died in the past week from Covid than were killed in 20 years in Afghanistan.

  2. Jl says:

    “More Americans killed by global warming in the past week..”. Right-first time anybody’s been killed by storms in history. But, have any proof of your assertions, J? The only thing global warming seems to be killing is more of your brain cells..

  3. Jl says:

    “Ask the people of “………………” if they think global warming is changing the weather”. Really? What they “think” is irrelevant
    But it’s always humorous to listen to the climate nutters when we have a major hurricane-always blamed on global warming. By that “logic”, if gw caused a strong IDA, then it would also be to blame for the record number of years passing between major hurricanes hitting the US., 2005 to 2017, the longest interval since the Civil War. If it caused a major hurricane, then it’s also to blame for the decreasing number of strong tornadoes in the US. Can’t have it both ways..

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