We know the weather has been pretty miserable lately, but if we had to predict what might happen tomorrow, we’d say it’s going to be worse.
That’s because of a little-known but incredibly powerful piece of science called global-scale climate variability.
As you may know, climate scientists are pretty good at predicting the future, but their models are generally wrong a lot of the time.
That’s why climate models can be pretty good for a while, but then they get pretty wrong a whole lot of time, especially when it comes to extreme weather events.
That means it’s very difficult to get the most accurate forecasts from climate models in the future.
This has made forecasting the future so much more difficult than it used to be.
And that’s what happened this week.
The world experienced its worst weather in at least a century.
The weather was so bad that even though the entire country of South Korea had the same conditions as it did on Monday, there were reports of tornadoes in the country’s major cities.
It was the most intense weather in the last decade, with the temperature reaching nearly 50 degrees Fahrenheit in some places.
While it’s possible the weather was caused by a solar flare, which is not very likely, the worst-case scenario is that the solar flare was triggered by a global-level event.
For example, a superstorm is a powerful storm that has a destructive wind-driven path.
If that storm were to hit the United States today, the National Weather Service predicts it would cause widespread damage and widespread power outages, which would have a devastating effect on the economy.
In the U.S., the superstorm would likely be bigger than Hurricane Katrina and could be a significant hurricane for the entire Northeast.
A superstorm of that size could even bring more than 10 inches of rain in New York City alone.
That is the size of a golf ball.
The superstorm could also cause the ground to sink.
It could bring the entire nation to a halt for a time.
That would make the country even more vulnerable to natural disasters.
In a recent interview with CNN, NOAA meteorologist Mike Klimas explained why he thought it was important for people to pay close attention to weather and climate change in the coming years.
If you want to make sure you’re doing the right thing, you can do that by taking your weather forecast seriously, and you can actually prepare yourself to survive and move to a better place in the event of an event like this, Klimass said.
“If we don’t start now, this could happen again.”
The United States is going to get hit by a super storm on March 1, 2020.
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