Tag Archives: California drought

‘Global warming and “an extraordinary departure from the norm”’

December 7, 2016

Overcast this Wednesday morning on California’s north coast, with rain expected at any minute — supposedly rain until Saturday, at least, and some forecast to be fairly-decent in downfall. And cold-as-shit this morning, too. However,…

Climate Change — ‘Midst of an Extraordinary Time’

November 15, 2016

Rain and a chilled wind this early Tuesday on California’s north coast — supposedly, showers the rest of today. The UN reported Monday, 2016 will most-likely be the hottest year ever, third record as such…

Unfair Rainfall

October 27, 2016

Steady downpour this early Thursday on California’s north coast — right now with rain coming straight down, the storm is maybe-directly overhead, apparently stalled in barely-noticeable wind. Heavy at times, it’s been raining nearly-continuous since…

Denial ‘Driving Us Crazy”

October 24, 2016

Rain splashing heavy on a Monday here along California’s north coast, the rainfall accompanied by some blustery winds, a situation supposedly here for awhile. In a Short Term Forecast this morning, the NWS predicts maybe…

Hot September — Continuing ‘Freakish Global Warmth’

October 18, 2016

Sunshine this early Tuesday on California’s north coast, as apparently we ease out of the wet and into the dry and warm — supposedly above-average temperatures the next couple of days. Rain maybe toward the…