If global warming is supposed to be adding moisture to the atmosphere then, oops, nature screwed up again!
In “Severe Storms Bring More ‘Weather Whiplash’ to U.S.,” warmist Abderw Freedman writes:
A weekend of violent weather left 18 people dead in Oklahoma and Arkansas from flash flooding and a string of tornadoes that ripped through the Oklahoma City metro area, which was still recovering from the devastating EF-5 twister that struck on May 20, killing 24. The extreme weather vaulted several locations into record territory for spring rainfall, after enduring two years of intense and costly drought conditions. The latest round of severe weather left much of the Central Plains and Mississippi River Valley reeling from an unusually rapid transition from drought to flooding.
The deadly El Reno, Okla., tornado that struck on May 31, killing 9 people, including 3 experienced storm chasers/researchers. The extreme swings in precipitation may be connected, in part, to climate change, since the atmosphere is now carrying more moisture than it used to due to warming air and ocean temperatures. [Emphasis added]
But meteorologist Joe Bastardi offered this graph to debunk Freedman’s highlighted assertion: