'Climatologists predict more adverse weather,' says expert
University of KwaZulu-Natal expert in agrometeorology Dr Alistair Clulow says while there is no certainty on how temperatures and rain fall patterns will change in the future, climatologists do agree that there will be more adverse weather events across the world.
Clulow was responding to questions surrounding severe weather conditions in KwaZulu-Natal this week.
When we talk about adverse weather, that can be droughts, extreme temperatures - hot and cold, as well as storms and the floods that result from those storms.Dr Alistair Clulow, Expert in agrometeorology - UKZN
He says all these phenomena can be linked to climate change.
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