When global warming began to be a huge issue in the weather world they said warmer temperatures would create more hurricanes and tornadoes. Katrina was a product of global warming, they said. Now they call it climate change, and there have been less hurricanes in the past couple years in the Atlantic. The Pacific has been pretty active. In Reed’s topic, the 2015 tornado drought, he mentioned climate change. Where do the hurricanes and tornadoes fit in with climate change?
I don’t see how this relates to the topic of climate change. If you would like to ask the chances of bad weather, I would suggest creating a new topic about it or, better yet, look it up on the internet.