The recent research reported in the news stories notes the complexities of documenting impacts in that part of the world, where increased rainfall is coming to some regions influenced by westerly winds out of Europe as a result of global warming, while less falls in other sections of the Tibetan Plateau where the Indian monsoon is the weather-deliverer. The monsoon has been weakening in recent decades.
This week we learned that measurements of atmospheric carbon dioxide are close to the 400 parts per million concentration and continuing to rise. "The weekly average reading at Mauna Loa was 399.52...up nearly 22 points from a decade ago, according to the NOAA." With so little effective action occurring globally to address this trend, the coming decades are going to be very challenging around the world.