Though those promoting man-made global warming love to point to CO2 as the reason for our warming. There are dozens of natural factors that have huge impacts on weather. Two of them are La Nina (little girl) and El Nino (little boy) that dramatically impact weather in North and South America.
According to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, a La Nina is setting up over the Pacific Ocean and it creates conditions that lead to more wildfires in the west as we are seeing in California, and stronger hurricanes in the Atlantic.
Fox News explain:
A La Nina climate pattern has appeared in the Pacific Ocean, which could lead to an increase in activity during the ongoing Atlantic hurricane season and create conditions more prone to wildfires out West, forecasters say.
La Nina, Spanish for “little girl,” is a naturally occurring phenomenon in which sea surface temperatures across the central and eastern Pacific Ocean are cooler than average, according to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. It’s the opposite of the warmer-than-average “El Nino” — and scientists believe this time the pattern will last through at least February.
And a La Nina traditionally leads to much colder winters and more snow particularly in Canada.
Predictably man-made Global warming alarmists, such as Democrat Nancy Pelosi, are blaming man-made global warming for the hurricanes when ironically, it is the result of the cooling of the Atlantic Ocean. READ: Nancy Pelosi says wildfires and hurricanes are punishment sent by ‘mother Earth’ over the climate crisis
Of course, predictions have never been the forte of the man-made Global Warming alarmists. Al Gore miserably failed when he said there would no ice in the Canadian arctic by 2014 and no glaciers in Glacier National Park by 2012. READ: Myth of arctic meltdown: Stunning satellite images show summer ice cap is thicker and covers 1.7 million square kilometres more than 2 years ago…despite Al Gore’s prediction it would be ICE-FREE by now AND An Inconvenient Truth: Gore Proven Spectacularly Wrong on Glacier National Park