So, you don't know the difference between an actual wild fire and a region posted as a high or extreme fire hazard.
What kind of idiot question is that? Are you actually trying to say that because a fire hazard isn't actually a fire the two are not related? Wow. LOL - just... WOW!
And, you still believe the drought conditions throughout the west and southwest are due to Anthropogenic Global Warming and you're blaming the republican party.
I think the scientists at NOAA are correct in stating the SEVERITY of the drought conditions are due to AGW, and for that I am blaming the Republicans, absolutely!
How do you explain the unusually heavy rains that have wreaked havoc in central and southwestern China? The floods are devastating, more than 13 million acres of crops wiped out.
Same explanation. Global warming. I'm guessing you don't know this, but when you apply heat to different materials you get different results. The same principle applies to climate... Some regions have more water than others so when heated the results are different. Seriously, the planet doesn't work like a living room where you turn the thermostat down to 74'F and the whole room cools down evenly. The planet is much bigger and much more complicated.
Studies have predicted that in the U.S. alone, the early results of AGW will be droughts in the west and massive hurricanes and resulting floods in the east. If the melting ice dilutes the salinity in the North Atlantic it could possibly reverse the currents, which would then cause the eastern seaboard to freeze. Yes, a rising median in global temperatures COULD turn New York into a tundra. It's sounds ironic but it's a technical probability.
How do you explain the extreme long term drought in Africa compared to the relatively mild conditions in Russia.
Supposed to be GLOBAL WARMING, as in the entire planet heating up, right?
Not necessarily. Global warming is measured by the median temperature, which is a reference to the middle point between the extremes. So, even if the the lowest temperature, let's say in Antarctica, actually drops by a degree, the median temperature would still be a degree higher if the highest temperature, let's say in Ethiopia rises by three degrees.
But technicalities aside, you're examples are all based on the measure of water not the measure of heat.