Via The Age, recent evidence of climate change’s impact on Southern Australia:
Southern Australia is in the midst of a climate tug-of-war that’s giving Melbourne weather previously experienced in NSW Riverina towns such as Deniliquin, according to new CSIRO research.
Warming global temperatures tend to push westerly winds south while El Nino weather patterns tend to push them north.
The atmospheric tussle of the past 50 years is becoming one-sided as global warming wins out, as inland dry zones shift about 250 kilometres south, said Wenju Cai, a principal research scientist and climate modeller at the CSIRO.
I’ll post a link to the report once I’ve tracked it down.
However, at this point it is Global Warming 3 – Humanity 0.