I was looking at the weather forecast for today and I noticed the historical high and low section (1947 to 2015).
For November 26 the average temperature is 7.7C.
If global warming occurs, how will we adapt to 8.7C or 9.7C on this day in the future?
Isn’t that a stupid question? Or just plain silly. There isn’t really an “average temperature” to adapt to. We’ve already “adapted” to a 26C swing in temperatures.
That’s right. The historical low is -10.5C in 1985 and the historical high is 16.1C in 1949.
I’d love a 16C day today! Isn’t going to happen today. It could. And it did. Back in 1949.