the essence drought that have taken possession of our regions in one form or another for more than a year or a year and a half, are not directly related to climate change nor to global warming, phenomena that cannot be stopped now, but are part of the climatic developments that all fall in the fall. within the norm.
Generally, after more or less prolonged periods of drought, other more rainy periods of similar or even longer duration follow, in a game of alternation: some climatologists ascribe these fluctuations to the Niño, the anomalous heating of the Pacific which finds its maximum expression. Close to the days of Holy Christmas, hence the baby’s Spanish name, El Niño, which includes the South American countries colonized by Spain in the past.
What will happen
A change of course is now very likely, we would dare say good luck It is drawing to a close, in the sense that very soon we must forget the long periods of stable and sunny weather for weeks and weeks with the arrival of rain which many are waiting for. Next spring and even summer 2023 could be different, with more rain, but above all with more instability, even in the context of a general increase in heat.
Let’s forget the 18 consecutive weekends of full sun and boiling heat we had last year from May to September. It’s hard to do better.
Will we see things we haven’t seen before? maybe. Instead, that possibility depends precisely on climate change into which we have now plunged ourselves with almost no way out in the short term.
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