Climate change is shifting yearly weather patterns. In particular, the El Nino events may become more intense as climate change continues. This weather phenomenon can shift weather patterns around the world and exactly how it will act is still up in the air.
El Nino is a yearly weather pattern that causes ocean waters to warm and leads to further precipitation patterns. El Nino has been shifting westward for the last few decades which is changing how it interacts with the the weather of the rest of the world.
Part of this is a rise in super storms as extreme temperatures around the world. To be clear, climate change isn’t causing El Nino, that’s a natural pattern. Climate change is shifting it away from it’s normal patterns. These extreme events can cause property damage as well as a host of catastrophic weather issues.