Texas Floods Predicted by Scientists

In Texas, according to two reports compiled by the Union for Concerned Scientists, global warming will mean "more frequent intense rainfall events are expected, with longer dry periods in between."

The EPA agrees: "the amount of precipitation on extreme wet days in summer is likely to increase."

Ho hum. Scientists get it right again: Floods swamp Texas.

They’re so predictable! So boring.

No news here…keep it moving, folks.

(HT: The Daily Green)

(Photo: No Mail Today)


Published by Kit Stolz

I'm a freelance reporter and writer based in Ventura County.

3 thoughts on “Texas Floods Predicted by Scientists

  1. Nice stuff… tough to keep track of all that is happening. I end up reading 100 odd blogs daily. Plus there is news. You could also enrich your blog by adding current news on your blog… try out the news widget from widgetmate.com.


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