A climate system in the Indian Ocean, known as the dipole, is behind extreme weather events in East Africa and Australia.
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  • Djibouti, Ethiopia, Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania, Somalia and South Sudan have been particularly badly affected, with flash floods and landslides hitting communities across the region.

Meanwhile over at the BBC print edition, the Guardian, they are berating the fact that Victoria Falls have just dried up due to the worst drought in a century. https://www.theguardian.com/world/2019/dec/07/victoria-falls-dries-to-a-trickle-after-worst-drought-in-a-century

So which is it? Is Africa wetter and flooding or dryer and in drought? Or do these scientists just make up a story to fit the current circumstances?


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2019-38-Sa 02:38:18 pm
  • Djibouti, Ethiopia, Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania, Somalia and South Sudan have been particularly badly affected, with flash floods and landslides hitting communities across the region.

Meanwhile over at the BBC print edition, the Guardian, they are berating the fact that Victoria Falls have just dried up due to the worst drought in a century. https://www.theguardian.com/world/2019/dec/07/victoria-falls-dries-to-a-trickle-after-worst-drought-in-a-century

So which is it? Is East Africa wetter and flooding or dryer and in drought? Or do these scientists just make up a story to fit the current circumstances?

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Always man made climate change

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