Posted September 17, 2018 12:14:31As we know, the global average temperature is on track to reach a record high for the third consecutive year in 2020.
The world, however, is also experiencing a slew of unprecedented and potentially catastrophic weather events.
According to the US Climate Prediction Center, the US will see more than 60 tropical cyclones in the first half of 2020, with more than 150 of them expected to strike the country.
Some of these storms are forecast to become the most intense weather events in American history, and the number of tornadoes and severe weather events is on the rise as well.
There is no doubt that this new weather event season will be an event that many people in the United States and the world will be talking about for a long time to come.
However, the fact remains that this upcoming weather season will only have a small chance of being a permanent change in the weather patterns in the US and the United Kingdom.
This is a matter of a couple of years, and many of the factors that have caused the warming trend are still present.
In fact, the UK and the US are experiencing an increase in the number and intensity of severe weather cyclones and tornadoes, as well as increased rainfall.
These two countries are currently experiencing a massive increase in both of these extremes, as they have been doing for years.
This is not to say that we are witnessing a drastic change in weather patterns.
The United States is experiencing a slight cooling trend that has been largely confined to the east coast, with the south coast and the Midwest having experienced a slight increase in extreme weather activity.
However at this point in time, it is still too early to say whether this is a temporary slowdown or a major trend that is going to continue for the foreseeable future.
There are a number of factors that are playing into the current warming trend.
This includes the continued increase in atmospheric carbon dioxide levels, which have been steadily rising over the last couple of decades.
The US has been able to maintain its greenhouse gas emissions, but we are also seeing an increase of other greenhouse gases that are being released into the atmosphere, including methane.
We have also seen that we have increased the amount of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere over the past few decades, and that we will continue to do so for the next several decades.
There has been a trend of warming that is also taking place in the Arctic Ocean, and in the Antarctic.
This has been attributed to the continued melting of the ice caps, as the warming of the oceans has created a new zone of warming.
While there are many other factors that affect our weather and climate, these are the most obvious and important ones.
The rest of the major weather phenomena that are occurring across the globe are a lot more subtle and less obvious.
These include hurricanes, tornadoes , blizzards, wildfires, snowstorms, and droughts.
However, they are all becoming more common in the next few years as a result of the human-induced climate change.