According to the authors,
"No long-term trends or pronounced periods with extreme high/low precipitation are recorded in our reconstruction, indicating relatively stable moisture conditions over the entire time period."The paper joins over 1,000 other non-hockey-sticks worldwide published in the scientific literature and clearly rebuts alarmist claims of a "hockey stick" rise in temperature, precipitation, or increased extreme weather with extreme precipitation either wet or dry.
|No long-term trends in precipitation or pronounced periods with extreme high or low precipitation are found in the reconstruction over the past 815 years|
However, there's little doubt that Michael Mann could find a hockey stick in this data using his hockey-stick generating computer code, which also creates hockey sticks from Monte Carlo random numbers, baseball statistics, and telephone book numbers.