The ironic thing is this will have devistating consequences for some areas, while others will only be slightly effected.
Russia as a exsample, will hardly be hit by this (not near any coast lines) and large area's of siberia, will be hotter, and suitable for farm lands.
Other places like scandinavia, canada, if we can deal with riseing sea levels, it wont effect us that much.
Rising sea levels won't effect us, but flooding from the rivers and tornadoes are increasing in risk
That's Barrie, Ontario, happened yesterday
Legit tornadoes here in ON are more rare yet arent really increasing. Though the ones that do touchdown are causing more destruction when they do. Most of the time big storms get quite narly but the twisters never fully touchdown let alone grow, so they're not counted. Barrie is part of tornado alley here in ON, but it's nothing like tornado alley down in the states, not even close. If that twister had hit a small farm town like is more typical, the news wouldn't have cared if there was something more 'important', like a mean tweet or something. It's because our news has been hyper focused on the heatwave and fires in BC lately and because Barrie is close enough to the Toronto bubble to 'matter' in ON.
We should trade some of that BC drought to the Dutch in exchange for some water though. Get on it Trumpdeau!