Weather on the southeast has been running rapid for the past few weeks. One day it’s 28 degrees with rain and ice, while the next day it’s 53 degrees and sunny. The weird weather has even been setting new records all over. Just these 3 days ago, New York hit its coldest record of the year since 1994 with a shocking -37 degrees Fahrenheit. So could the increasing global warming patterns be to blame for our crazy weather patterns?
Maybe not. New research from NASA suggests that global warming is actually improving. A new study has apparently concluded that the rising sea level has been slowed by at least 15%. Changes in the global water cycle, as well as increased water storage within the land, have been to blame more than anything else. Details from the study show that “the global water cycle offsets the losses that occurred from groundwater pumping, causing the land to act like a sponge – temporarily.”
With this newly published data on global warming and this crazy weather, what are we to think? Has our recent weather been the cause of global warming or is there something more to it?