>>329384554>The lakes and rivers are all drying up in the west and there's a drought you fucking retard.https://www.statista.com/statistics/504400/volume-of-precipitation-in-the-us/
You get more precipitation now than you did 100 years ago.
Some areas have on average been a bit lower in the last years, but not enough to really matter. No rivers or lakes in the U.S are drying up because of the weather. They are drying up because you were 76 million in total in 1900 and now you are 328 million in 2021. I understand it can be frustrating to understand, but you don't have a climate problem, you have a nigger and spic problem. Get rid of them and you get rid of your water shortage. We all know you won't, you'll keep importing more people regardless of your ability to sustain them. But try and have some decency and not blame your water shortage on the weather,https://www.epa.gov/climate-indicators/climate-change-indicators-us-and-global-precipitation
On average, total annual precipitation has increased over land areas in the United States and worldwide (see Figures 1 and 2). Since 1901, global precipitation has increased at an average rate of 0.10 inches per decade, while precipitation in the contiguous 48 states has increased at a rate of 0.20 inches per decade.
Some parts of the United States have experienced greater increases in precipitation than others. A few areas, such as the Southwest, have seen a decrease in precipitation (see Figure 3). Not all of these regional trends are statistically significant, however.