Your Fault: ‘Climate Change’ Blamed For Bad West Coast Weather

I was just waiting for this to show up somewhere in the news. Of course the little Warmists were doing this on social media, now we’re jumping into the bigger outlets

Record-breaking California bomb cyclone linked to climate change

The record-breaking bomb cyclone that barreled into the West Coast with the force of a hurricane over the weekend is just the latest example this year of extreme weather that scientists are linking to climate change.

As the deluge of rain accompanying the “atmospheric river” that took aim at central California unfolded, UCLA climate scientist Daniel Swain, who studies weather patterns and their relationship to rising global temperatures, made clear that the whiplash of years of extreme drought being broken by an unprecedented rain event was, in fact, predicted.

In a paper published in 2019 in the journal Nature Climate Change, Swain examined how global warming made such dramatic shifts possible.

“Mediterranean climate regimes are particularly susceptible to rapid shifts between drought and flood — of which, California’s rapid transition from record multi-year dryness between 2012 and 2016 to extreme wetness during the 2016–2017 winter provides a dramatic example,” the summary of the paper states.

California is in the Mediterranean? Huh. Anyhow, according to one paper this is all your fault, because, obviously, they have no interest in blaming nature, as that would negatively affect their funding and have climate cultists blasting them and harassing them. This is all just cult propaganda. Do we have comparisons to what happened during previous Holocene warm periods?

While much of the Western U.S. continues to suffer from extreme drought, the weekend’s deluge across the northern half of California proved a jarring contrast. Rainfall records were broken in multiple locations, while multiple feet of snow piled up in the Sierra Nevada mountains above elevations of 8,000 feet.

See, global warming is also causing lots of early snow. Definitely not a cult. Nope, not at all. And, as you’ll notice once again, they don’t even attempt to prove their assertion that this is all anthropogenic climate change. It’s just assumed.

Yes, the Times do Blamestorm when you get into the article.

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2 Responses to “Your Fault: ‘Climate Change’ Blamed For Bad West Coast Weather”

  1. Jl says:

    They don’t even try to prove their assumption because they can’t. To prove that storm was affected by agw, one would have to know what the storm would have been absent a 1.5 degree temp change. That would be like saying that you could predict what the score of the football game would have been if, say, player “x” hadn’t have played. Impossible

  2. STW says:

    I’m under 70 and even I can remember more impressive strings of storms than this in California.

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