But it is likely that the amount of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere will continue to heat our world with major changes to weather. Some places are predicted to get wetter and some drier. More extreme weather events, including protracted droughts, are predicted.
The provincial government is expressing concern about the changing picture.
British Columbia’s coastal communities already face flood risks related to precipitation and river flows, and climate change will add new risks from sea-level rise and storm surges. British Columbia, Environment
On a personal level, our hay crop was cut and harvested a good three weeks earlier than it has ever been. The yield is down by a third. You may understand my annoyance with the TV weather person going on about another nice day and more good days to follow.
Good for farmers means some useful rain and soon.
Rethinking Water government publication
British Columbia Environment
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