<insert exotic energy diagrams > I know why it is difficult to understand... <insert and entropy/temperature equations and relations and closed vs. open systems analysis>UncleBob wrote: ↑Fri Dec 08, 2017 3:23 pmYes. I am not sure why it is difficult to understand. Increased temperature is adding energy to the climate. This extra energy increases volatility. Snow in south Texas (areas with little history of snow) may be a sign of climate volatility--a sign of climate change in the form of increasing warmth--especially if these temperature/weather extremes occur at increasing rates (or less time between instances).Bloodhound wrote: ↑Fri Dec 08, 2017 3:16 pmI went to Arizona a few years back in early May for a week of training and I dealt with snow 4 mornings in a row and we had to delay leaving because the hotel parking lot had been snowed in and they didn't have the equipment to dig it out.
And... TOS ... TOS.... TOS.... moving on. Looks like we're back to 70s for a while after 60s today.