Evelyn Browning Garriss: The Hurricane Season Is Upon Us−The Worst Will Be Early
The next El Niño pattern is developing
Jim welcomes back Evelyn Browning Garriss of the Browning Newsletter to discuss weather trends and forecasts. Evelyn believes the worst of the hurricane season will be early, as a new El Niño pattern developing later in the fall will mitigate the severity of Atlantic hurricanes. She also discusses ongoing drought problems in various sections of the US.
Evelyn has been working on the Browning Newsletter for the past 25 years and has been the head writer and editor for the past 20. She has been featured in The Wall Street Journal, Business News Network, Canada's Globe and Mail, Financial Sense and numerous other media outlets. She is known as "The Weather Lady" in Canada and has given presentations from Singapore to London, and throughout North America on climate and its effect on the world. This week Evelyn discusses how she believes we’ve reached a climate tipping point, and why massive climate disruption lies ahead. She also discusses two huge weather "shapers" that are in the process of going away, the La Nina pattern and the Arctic Oscillation pattern.