Tag Archives: ‘atmospheric rivers’

Reality Break: Increase Oil Drilling In The Face Of Extreme, Climate-Change-Influenced Weather — WTF?

March 14, 2023

No rain but thickly gray clouds made more ominous by some sharp, high-velocity winds, all overcasting this late afternoon Tuesday here in California’s Central Valley as we reach maybe a lull in the latest storm…

Rain In California, Again: ‘Unrivaled, Unparalleled Weather’ — Part Infinity

March 10, 2023

Rain and more rain this mid-day Friday here in California’s Central Valley as we feel wet from a ‘pineapple express,’ which blew in from the south Pacific last night — although our rainfall is steady…

‘Rivers’ Of Water Headed For California — Maybe ‘Over-Hyping It,’ Yet Again, Maybe Not As Rain Rules

March 8, 2023

(Image: ‘Atmospheric Rivers Painting,’ acrylic on canvas, by Jan Routh, and found here.) Sprinkling rain and chilly this near-noon Wednesday here in California’s Central Valley — for the first time in a great while, Leroy…

California ‘Weather Whiplash’ And Climate Change — Rain

January 14, 2023

Rain and wind this Saturday morning here in California’s Central Valley — a familiar story for weeks now — and an even-bigger storm is expected later today. Forecasts call for a kind of letting-up respite…

Rain (Yes, Again) — ‘Human-Caused Climate Change Is An Extreme Disruption Of The Earth System’

January 9, 2023

Rain and more rain made wet-worse by swirling wind — a set pattern this mid-morning Monday here in California’s Central Valley. The seemingly never-ending storms continue unabated and are part of our natural future days.…

Rainy Days and Mondays…

February 20, 2017

Overcast and quiet this Monday morning on California’s north coast, and even some way-occasional faded-yellow sunshine — an environment not too indicative of a massive ‘atmospheric river‘ cruising our way. However, according to NWS‘ Weather…