During the hot summer of 2011, Texas A&M climate expert Andrew Dessler predicted in the Houston Chronicle that Texas would be hot and dry for the rest of century, just as he originally predicted in 1995.
The closest USHCN station to Houston is at Liberty, TX which is about 25 miles northeast. Since Dessler’s 2011 prediction, precipitation has increased every year and last year was the wettest year on record.
The frequency of hot days peaked in 1958, and has declined over the past 110 years.
Climate fraudsters don’t want to talk about their incompetence, so they have changed their story to claim that heavy precipitation events have increased. There was an increase at the PDO shift in 1977, and El Nino years bring more days with heavy rain. It has nothing to do with “climate change”
Texas is getting cooler and wetter, not hotter and drier. Dessler is a typical climate snake oil salesman.