UN: Not possible to blame individual extreme weather events on global warming — but 2003 Euro heat wave blamed on warming anyway

The new WMO report concludes:

While climate scientists believe that it is not yet possible to attribute individual extremes to climate change, they increasingly conclude that many recent events would have occurred
in a different way – or would not have occurred at all – in the absence of climate change. For example, the likelihood of the 2003 European heatwave occurring was probably substantially increased by rising global temperatures.

Read the report.

3 thoughts on “UN: Not possible to blame individual extreme weather events on global warming — but 2003 Euro heat wave blamed on warming anyway”

  1. If warmists can, then so can we – I say it’s cooling. The 7″ of snow that we received in May is proof.

  2. I have to quibble with your title for this post, Steve: “Not possible to blame individual extreme weather events on global warming …”
    Of course it’s possible; it’s also dead wrong and stupid.

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