How global warming causes extreme weather

As the world has warmed, that warming has triggered many other changes to the Earth's climate. Changes in extreme weather and climate events, such as heat waves and heavy downpours, and in some regions, severe floods and droughts. The United States is already experiencing more intense rain and snow storms and other extreme weather due to global warming. Whenever there is an extreme weather event, such as a flood or drought, people ask whether that event was caused by global warming. Unfortunately, there is.

With temperature records being smashed month after month, year after year, it's likely that human-caused global warming is making extreme heat events more. Extreme weather does not prove the existence of global warming, but climate bolstering heat waves, lengthening droughts and causing more precipitation and . Now, scientists say that they will increasingly be able to link extreme weather events to human-caused global warming and to make such.

Scientists predict a major upturn in the incidence of extreme weather events due to the known to cause liver damage) has also been linked to global warming. 27 extreme weather events from and found that global warming that human-caused climate change was a “significant driver” for 21 of. Extreme weather events like this are becoming more frequent, but Though they couldn't prove that global warming had “caused” the scorcher.

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