5 Amazing Charts That Completely DESTROY The Climate Change Wildfires Myth


Another huge heatwave is coming to the West.

I did an extensive post on Weatherbell.com on the evolution of the pattern from winter, perfectly natural though enhanced by the distorted warming that has taken place in reaction to the warming of the oceans. That Oceanic warming has always been cyclical and natural. But it does lead to an interesting competition between positive and negative reactions in regard to people. The Weather does not have feelings, people do, and so the weather does what it will do naturally, but people reactions to it vary. In any case, that blog traces the origins of the warm eastern winter due to the large scale pattern in the tropical Pacific, that evolved to the sudden turn to colder in April and May, to the hurricane season being greater than average in the Atlantic while the Pacific Basin shut down. And by the way, climate speaking that is much more important than the Atlantic, The Pacific has 4 times the ACE of the Atlantic, and playing the name game is not a full portrayal of what is going on. The Globe is having one of its lowest years on record as far as tropical production. But one of the offshoot of all this is a repeat of the western “ridge” eastern trough that we saw in spring, as we head into fall. Some of the latest cold on record showed up this year in the east and plains, and recently some of the earliest cold ( and another major shot is on the way). Chances are we go back to a warmer than average winter in the east.

But why would the same pattern that occurred in the spring NOT produce wildfires, but would do so now? Because winter is wetter, summer is drier, so we dry out and we are more prone to wildfires ( 90% btw Human caused). So when a pattern like this:

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