Southwest Permanent Drought Update

It has been four years since climate criminal Joe Romm announced the beginning of the Southwest permanent drought

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The southwest, including California are having their wettest summer on record.

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Over the past year, precipitation in the southwest has been far above normal.

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Los Alamos, New Mexico has received rain on 20 days this month, and is forecast to get rain the rest of the month and into August. It is the greenest anyone has ever seen.

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Criminals like Joe Romm are well funded, because they are pushing the big lie which the White House wants to hear.

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3 Responses to Southwest Permanent Drought Update

  1. phodges says:

    It’s green and it’s been raining here just like in CO.

    That said, in the Eastern Sierra we are still a few winters behind on snow. But you know, that is probably normal. If this super El Nino sticks around we might make up that deficit this winter. Which will turn the 3 year drought into 4 years average winters. Kinda like like the rest of the record ;)

  2. How can this be? Just a few hours ago, on national activist broadcaster TV news in Norway, NRK (ARK to friends), we were told California was in a drought and has been for four years, with no end in sight, and all because of man made global warming. The farmers was in trouble and might have to shut down production of all kinds of crops. The sea was warming because of man made global warming etc. No end to the misery.

    I suspect somebody is lying ..

    • Chris says:

      Unfortunately California and Nevada are still in a drought. It’s due to lack of winter snow. The rain has been great but it’s not enough to fill the reservoirs, lakes, or streams. I think we would have had a large loss of animal life in Nevada without the rain. It’s a strange year.

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