My opinion of course. First the droughts that have started will just continue on into 2020, as the ice in Greenland will continue to melt. That will lower the Gulf Stream further to the south giving Europe colder and colder winters, and the changing jet stream patterns drought to where they have recently showed up, with less water from the Himalayas as that Ice is also melting.
Now then the last solar cycle that just ended in 2008 or so had three years with no sun spots and the earth actually cooled down a bit in 2008. Therefore, at the end of the current solar cycle 2018-2019, there has been a prediction of the next little ice age for the last 30 or so years from a dude in Finland. NASA as well as NOAA even mentioned as the last solar cycle ended with three years of almost no sun spots, that that may be likely to happen, but not sure. That’s basically somewhere around a 400 year cycle, and has been watched since sometime in the year 900 or so, as we folk don't forget those little ice ages.
If that happens we will first need to go through the coming drought for the next 10 or so years, only to be followed by 70 or so years with very few sun spots, thus a global freeze like the last one which was called the little ice age. I can hardly wait, as so many people will die, as the Earth is so way out of balance with way too many humans, I would find that an excellent solution.
I almost forgot, Merry Christmas