The sky could fall
"Climate Change and Oregon"
But scientists can´t say exactly how these gases will affect the world or when their levels will reach a crisis point.
They "can't say?" Then let's just make things up and tell people they are "facts."
Snowpacks might melt faster, increasing flooding.
Coast towns could experience more flooding...
Oregon´s crops and livestock could be affected by warmer temperatures, less water availability and drier soils.
Some crops, such as wheat, might thrive in warmer temperatures, while others, such as potatoes, could be harmed.
Quick, amongst all these "could's" let's throw in an undeniable fact:
Less water available for irrigation would harm agriculture.
Way to go ladies, you might as well have said that "by waving this magic wand the oceans could dry up. A fish out of water will die."
Different trees would flourish and grasslands might replace some forest land.
Heat waves could increase, causing a rise in heat-related illnesses and deaths.
Some scientific models show Oregon average temperatures could increase by 5 degrees in winter and 4 degrees in summer.
Models such as the one that little Jimmy got an A+ on from his kook 6th grade science teacher.
Native species adapted to Oregon´s climate could suffer if temperatures rise.
This is really sounding like hard science here.