Skip to comments.Drought Indicators In Western States Flash Warnings Of The ‘Big One’
Posted on 06/24/2021 7:12:46 AM PDT by blam
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What good does it do to build more dam storage, if they are just going to flush it all out to the sea anyway.
I read they had enough water stored in 2019 for a 7 year supply. And drained it all off.
The WEST was not called THE GREAT AMERICAN DESERT for nothing. It was called that almost 200 years ago.
We’ve just finished a stretch of over 100 degree days in western Colorado, earlier than usual. It does look like a rough summer.
CA farmers on facebook are already asking to purchase hay from farmers out East.
And, don’t charge up your electric cars either. Anyone think “they” will use this as another reason to try to impose a transportation lockdown to lower your/our auto emissions? Bueller? After all, weren’t there a slew of reports about how clean the air was within a few weeks during the initial scamdemic lock down? Be VERY vigilant my FRiends.
We’re heading for a 5-6 day stretch of 104-106 temps here in the Idaho Panhandle. Which no one is really prepared for.
North Alabama is being shown as abnormally dry. That is complete BS. We had one of the wettest, coolest springs in many years. I understand that the west is dry, but not here in North Alabama
The story of water in the west is hundreds of years old now
To get a perspective I noticed in the states look up the damn building projects that occurred for instance
The grand Coulee Dam
The Hoover dam
These were a man of engineering projects at the time and quite amazing when you study what they did back in the 30s to do what they did
Good luck, FRiend. Fire trucks driving to a fire not too far from here were starting fires with their catalytic converters just driving through the brush to get to the original fires.
They should blow up the hetch hetchy dam
Amazing they had the forethought to build those dams in the 30s considering there had never been droughts in the southwest since global warming hadn’t been invented yet
Had a good rain in Phoenix last night.
Environmental Nazis in Oregon have caused the removal of dams and are in the process of removing more.
Deport their illegals and they’ll have more water to go around.
Scary thinking about the upcoming fires. There could be a lot of loss of homes. Very scary.
Good rain in Phoenix last night has minimal effect these days.
Before the channeling and cementing of the streets, ditches and canals, the rain could move west slowly and seep into the ground renewing the wells, watering trees which met over the streets in lots of places.
Sad scene there now.
...have clients in TX completely burned out in Paradise, CA with what they could carry. Still rails about tree huggers saving brush and dumping water every year in the ocean!... ymmv
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