Warmists think they can give climate change-level explanations for specific weather events.
The UK Progressive reports:
… New research shows that global warming has actually contributed to Europe’s winter frost…
Scientists explain that the rising Arctic temperatures that have reduced floating ice cover by 20 percent over the last three decades, and the sun’s rays that are now absorbed by dark-blue sea rather than being bounced back into space by reflective ice and snow, together with extreme heat, has created a strong high-pressure system that has brought the cold polar air into Europe this week.
Stefan Rahmstorf, a climate scientist at the Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research in Gremany said, “Say the ocean is at zero degrees Celsius (32 degrees Fahrenheit), that is a lot warmer than the overlying air in the polar area in winter, so you get a major heat flow heating up the atmosphere from below which you don’t have when it is covered by ice. That’s a massive change.”