Extreme weather events

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In the NewsAn extreme weather event is something that falls outside the realm of normal weather patterns. It can range from superpowerful hurricanes to torrential downpours to extended hot dry weather and more. Extreme weather events are, themselves, troublesome, but the effects of such extremes, including damaging winds, floods, drought and wildfires, can be devastating.NASA uses airborne and space-based platforms, in conjunction with those from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administrati Extreme Weather, Climate Change, Design, Storm Surge, Tornadoes, Weather And Climate, Nasa Jpl, Sea Level Rise, Search

In the NewsAn extreme weather event is something that falls outside the realm of normal weather patterns. It can range from superpowerful hurricanes to torrential downpours to extended hot dry weather and more. Extreme weather events are, themselves, troublesome, but the effects of such extremes, including damaging winds, floods, drought and wildfires, can be devastating.NASA uses airborne and space-based platforms, in conjunction with those from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric…

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An increase in the prevalence of extreme weather events due to global warming will seriously affect global food production worldwide, climate and agriculture experts are increasingly warning. Description from habwwe.wordpress.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images Outdoor, Perspective, Climate Change, Oceans Of The World, Weather Conditions, Weather Change, Global Cooling, Global Warming, Extreme Weather Events

It is happening frequently lately. A major weather event occurs---perhaps a hurricane, heat wave, tornado outbreak, drought or snowstorm-- and a chorus of activist groups or media folks either imply or explicitly suggest that the event is the result of human-caused (anthropogenic) global warming. Perhaps the worst offender is the organization www.350.org and their spokesman Bill McKibben. Close behind is Climate Central, which even has an extreme weather/climate blog. The media has noted…

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