So, there’s yet another climate catastrophic article at the Huffington post.
I like how HuffPo does that. You see, that wasn’t the tease to make you click on the story. This was…
They’ll take you to the same story. Mostly the article is babbling about the US getting hotter. But, they note, some places are getting hotter than others and other places aren’t getting hotter. …….. so much for “global warming”. But, I digress. This post isn’t about the imaginary temperatures. That’s for another post. I was more curious about the “droughts” and how they correlate to our temperatures. Kathy was nice to oblige.
The Southwest warming, especially in the summer, seems to be driven by dryness, because when there is little water the air and ground warm up faster, said Katharine Hayhoe, a climate scientist at Texas Tech University in Lubbock.
“Heat and drought are a vicious cycle that has been hitting the Southwest hard in recent years,” Hayhoe said.
Because I’m lazy, I’ll just show you what NOAA has to say about this. Here are our supposed temperatures in the US.
Sure enough, with the imaginary temperature stations, we’re getting hotter, according to the lunatics.
Oddly, our hydrological droughts are not increasing.
Yes, Kathy, a vicious cycle. Apparently, according to the lunatics, the warmer we get, the less droughts we have. Which stands to reason. But, the lunatics hate reason, so they assert warmer causes droughts….. when, clearly, it is inversely related. ….. according to the lunatics’ data.