Assuming the axial tilt of the Earth was increased to roughly 30°, and the orbital eccentricity roughly doubled(0.03 as opposed to 0.016) so that the average temperature stayed the same, but the summers became hotter, the winters colder and the seasonal changes from latitude became more extreme, what kind of weather differences could be expected?
I'm building a world that is very Earthlike other than the changes mentioned above and I'm having trouble figuring out how it would affect the weather on the planet. I know that the seasonal extremes would cause more severe storms, maybe even the theoretical hypercanes, but I am not very well versed in meteorology, let alone climate models for an entire planet.
I've seen plenty of questions about the planet having no axial tilt, but mot a ton about a slightly higher tilt.
I did find several Quora answers that are almost exactly what I was asking: https://www.quora.com/If-the-Earths-axial-tilt-increased-to-30-degrees-what-effects-would-it-have-on-Earths-climate-zones
The only problem is that there is almost no talk of how weather would be affected, as most of the answers are about how it would affect Earth.
All I'm really looking for is the expected changes to the yearly weather. Would there be increased rainfall in the summer? Why's that? Would the northern winters be non-stop blizzards? No? Alright. Just a basic rundown.
Any help or advice on where to start looking would be appreciated.
P.S. I understand that weather is an incredibly unpredictable and complicated subject, and that I'm making a highly theoretical model here, so perhaps just some guesses based on the fact that summers are warmer, winters are colder and the poles experience more intense variations.