Katherine Hayhoe Caught Lying Again

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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.

Climate Change May Have Souped Up Record-Breaking Texas Deluge – Scientific American

Precipitation in Texas is not changing. It is not becoming more variable.

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I lived just a few blocks away from the Brazos River in Richmond during this 1992 flood

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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”

ScreenHunter_172 May. 28 23.44Weather Research Center – Houston Texas wrc@wxresearch.com

During the 1935 flood, two-thirds of the county was flooded

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Houston had a major flood every six years from 1836 to 1936. It has nothing to do with…

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