Tag Archives: Energy

PSPS Pisser

October 24, 2019

Near-windless, bright and warm this Thursday afternoon on California’s north coast, and despite the beautiful day, another ride on the edge of darkness supposedly this weekend punctures any kind of happy balloon. We’re going into…

Blowhard-House Effect — Climate Change Cowplop

May 27, 2016

Bright sunshine for a change this Friday morning on California’s north coast, and supposedly we’re in for some ‘good-as-it-gets’ weather for the next few days, minus, of course, the shoreline fog-bank, and those gusty and…

Fuk-Up Continues

December 10, 2015

Rainy, windy and chilly this early Thursday on California’s north coast, as our ‘conveyor-belt’ storm-style continues seemingly unabated. And circulating in that warm, surging, El Niño-influenced Pacific Ocean — along with our weather elements — are…

‘A Rare Event of Some Potential Historical Significance’

September 5, 2015

Sunshine and a sharp ocean breeze this Saturday afternoon on California’s north coast — whipping into the Labor Day weekend and the unofficial end of summer. A short-burst of a summer, too. Rapid and unpredictable,…