Global warming may quintuple summer downpours in UK

Jun 1, 2014 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: New Scientist

By 2100 southern England will be drenched by five times as many sudden summer deluges as it is today, probably causing more flash floods, according to an advanced climate model.

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litesong

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Jun 2, 2014
 
If the UK might get more rainfall, our pacific northwest USA, with similar conditions, plus mountains, might get more rain & also snowfall in our mountains. So far, we aren't seeing a major change in yearly precipitation. However, we are getting a bit extra precipitation in the winter, & somewhat less precipitation in the summer. Plus, our Mt. Baker & Mt. Rainier have set yearly snowfall records within the last 20 years of 1140 inches & 1122 inches.
Jim the Hoax Denier

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The shysters really need to get their shyst together! Don't they know the hoax is no longer gerbil swarming, it's now anthropoglobalclimategenicwarm ingchange! Amateurs.

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