Re: What the...
Posted by **Johnny D** on Jul 2, 2013 at 1:46:58 PM:
In Reply to: What the... posted by **Winston OBoogie** on Jul 2, 2013 at 11:12:34 AM:
*Well here it is July and it's 58 degrees and raining!
The one thing that happens in any general warming of the global system is that the wet areas usually become wetter, and the dry areas, drier. With having our rains increase, (her in S. Jersey, this means more clouds, (yep,,,daily just about), which means less of the Sun's rays are beating down like some other summers.
Global anything means just that. The average of temps or anything when taking in ALL global areas. One of the main ten factors in increasing global average temps are the result on sea ice, which is way down. Same with glaciers and snow cover, despite the increased cold and snow in the horrible 2008 winter.
There will be pull and tugs, which will resulting extreme heat AND cold. It's never all for one and one for all, until it gets to the overwhelming state of say an ice age or some total greenhouse age. WE could be heading toward another ice age actually, despite the global temps rising in general. The TIPPING point will go one way or the other when it reaches it. So many factors are in play more than ever. So, it's an ebb and flow things for us in most areas not at the poles and equator while rising temps happen in average. Then, at some point,,the Tipping point,,,it nature will tip one way or the other to the extreme. Most say the ice age is in store for the future. BUT, only time will tell.
Oh man,,sorry,,,meant to only talk about how wet areas can get wetter and dry areas drier and hotter.
It would be inaccurate to claim any rise of fall of anything going by our own backyards. One thing will have an affect on another, and so on, around the globe. As one increases, another usually falls. Wind would also be evident of that, locally and globally.
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