Why do you try to push the global warming scam with a fake question?
The theory that the moon is made of cheese, is more defendable than the theory CO2 causes extreme weather – because cheese is visible and bears some similarity in appearance to the moon. By contrast, there is no empirical evidence CO2 increases extreme weather.
Air temperature variability decreases as mean air temperature rises, on all time scales. Therefore the claim that global warming will lead to more extremes of climate and weather, including of temperature itself, seems theoretically unsound; the claim is also unsupported by empirical evidence.
Observations from across the planet demonstrate that droughts have not become more extreme or erratic in response to global warming.
In most cases, the worst droughts in recorded meteorological history were much milder than droughts that occurred periodically during
much colder times.
There is little to no evidence that precipitation will become
more variable and intense in a warming world, indeed some observations show just the opposite.
There has been no significant increase in either the frequency or intensity of stormy weather in the modern era.
Despite the supposedly “unprecedented” warming of the twentieth century, there has been no increase in the intensity or frequency of tropical cyclones globally or in any of the specific ocean basins.
The commonly held perception that twentieth century warming was accompanied by an increase in extreme weather events is a misconception fostered by excessive media attention, and has no basis in facts (Khandekar, 2013).