While extreme weather events like droughts and floods occur naturally in Texas, precipitation in the state is becoming more variable, making droughts more potent and increasing the risk of heavy rainfall and flooding, Hayhoe said.
Precipitation in Texas is not changing. It is not becoming more variable.
I lived just a few blocks away from the Brazos River in Richmond during this 1992 flood
Floods in Texas happen all the time. In 1979, they had 43 inches of rain in one day at NASA Houston. At least four times as much as this week’s “record rainfall”
During the 1935 flood, two-thirds of the county was flooded
Houston had a major flood every six years from 1836 to 1936. It has nothing to do with…
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In 2011, NCDC showed Texas winters cooling slightly from 1895 to 2011
But that didn’t suit the agenda, so they simply changed the data and now show it warming
The animation below shows how they altered Texas winter temperature
The next animation compares NCDC for the entire year vs. the raw HCN thermometer data. They turned a strong cooling trend into a strong warming trend.
This was accomplished through a spectacular two degrees of data tampering
As with most other government climate data, the Texas temperature record has been massively abused to generate global warming propaganda.It shows the exact opposite of what is actually occurring.
Arctic sea ice coverage is nearly identical to 20 years ago
Arctic sea ice is following almost the exact trajectory of 2006, which had the highest summer minimum of the last decade.
Temperatures in the Beaufort Sea are forecast to remain below the freezing point through the first two weeks of the summer melt season
The Beaufort Sea is full of very thick ice.
Arctic sea ice is about the same thickness (2 meters) as it was 75 years ago.
Arctic sea ice is the thickest it has been in a decade.
Climate experts say the Arctic has been ice-free since 2013
They have been making the…
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