This is a Palmer drought index graph for the Northeast United States for July from 1900 to present courtesy of the Climate Cult mother ship NOAA.
The unbiased observer may become confused. If the primary driver of Global warming (CO2) causes drought, and we are emitting more of it than ever before, why is the Northeast wetter and not drier? Why has the severity and duration of droughts decreased as emissions of CO2 have increased? What difference would it make if we entered into a drought similar to years previous when CO2 in the atmosphere was significantly lower?
Answer one is that you are not to question your betters. Answer two is that NOAA and the cultists have not had enough time to alter this data to fit their narrative.
And yes, all the other months of the year look like this too.