The headline on a climate report from Yale Climate Connections says a lot: “What’s ‘normal’ in a changing climate?”
Georgia’s threat of hurricanes this season eased by distant weather, UGA reports
The threat of hurricanes landing in Georgia this season is reduced by the persistence of an El Niño in the Pacific Ocean, according to a report released Friday by a climatologist at the University of Georgia – who also observed that the downpours this months have reduced the extent of drought in the state.
Georgia’s summer: Hot, dry, grazed by Republican feud over hurricane relief funding
The start of the 2019 Atlantic hurricane season finds Georgia facing ever-increasing dry conditions, even as Republicans have gotten personal in the battle over federal relief for Hurricane Michael – a record delay of 34 weeks after the storm.
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