Signs of climate change in Regina.

There is nothing happening that is unique yet, at least in Regina unless you have bad memory or are young and never experienced it before. As for most Climate Change Projections, realize that pretty much everything that has been said, has actually not happened. Disagree? Go back to Al Gore's "Inconvenient Truth" and other projects in the last 20 years and you will see they are all wrong by a long shot.

Also, I don't deny climate change, however I do view it as an issue that has gone overtly political now, with people blowing the alarmist horns and making even more dire predictions, because they think that is the only way people will take action.

That being said, what most projections show for this area are dryer, more extreme temperatures and weather. This means less snow in the winter, but colder extreme's (those really, really -30 to -40C cold days we only get a few of? That might go from -40 to -50) and hotter extreme's in the summer time.

Then other projections have shown this area might become wetter.

Until 2008, we were super dry the previous 8-10 years, and then all of a sudden, we got super wet for about 8 years, then the last 2-3 years have been dry again.

Some Russian's speculate the world is heading for a mini-ice age and others say that if the Atlantic Conveyor shuts/slows down, that will affect us here quite a bit by lowering temperatures.

The point is, nobody knows.

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