Guardian : Excess Atmospheric Moisture Causing Drought In England

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6 Responses to Guardian : Excess Atmospheric Moisture Causing Drought In England

  1. Latitude says:

    1/2 of a degree has caused global catastrophe…..

    Yet it can vary 10-30 degrees in one day

  2. Mike Davis says:

    At first I thought they were written by the same Doom Sayer. A Colder atmosphere holds less moisture so leads to more droughts. That is a common situation with an ever changing weather pattern. This is also why there is no such thing as a “Normal” Average climate. There is a Normal range of weather patterns in any one region of the globe and that range is from one extreme to the other with all in between.
    The first article made claims related to 14 years of observations and that does not even account for a portion of a regional weather pattern.

  3. Jimbo says:

    What you guys don’t understand is the theory of droughtflood. The models show it quite clearly. /sarc

    [peer reviewed papers]
    UK may get more droughts
    UK may get more rain

  4. Andy Weiss says:

    Rainfall is not level or constant. Never has been, never will be.

  5. Amino Acids in Meteorites says:

    I didn’t see the big head line at the Guardian: “Coldest December in 100 years”

  6. Sonya Porter says:

    –no-one understands English weather but English men and women born before 1940. We had 3 months solid of snow in 1946/7 followed by a summer of little rain and temperatures up to 100F in the shade. The 50s had wet cool winters followed by cool wet summers. In 1963 we had the snowiest winter since the 1947 one followed by a hot summer. The 70s were all over the place, cooler at one end and 76 having the hottest summer (with ladybirds galore) since 47. Those born after 1960 know what it’s been like since.

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