The massive rain and the hurricane Harvey in Texas made me feel sorry for the people in Texas wich have lost so much. The streets is flooded and thosound to maybe so much as ten thousand people are facing a real struggle to survive right now. But is this really caused by climate changes?
The hurricane Harvey was not like normal hurricanes. When most hurricane fades and gets weaker when they reach water, the hurricane Harvey did the opisite. Harvey did not get weaker, it got stronger and caused much bigger rain clouds and flooded Texas. Why did this happend? Scientists have theory. Normally hurricanes lose their power when the suck cold water from the sea, but in this case the sea water auround Texas was warmer then usual which made harvey to grow in strenght. . I personally thinks global warming has something to do with this, because hurricanes are happening more often and gets stronger.