New Mexico Having Their 4th Wettest Year On Record

Four years ago Joe Romm announced the permanent southwest drought, on the web site “Think Progress

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Precipitation in New Mexico has increased every year since then, and they are having their wettest year since 1941 and fourth wettest year on record.

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Climate at a Glance: Time Series | National Centers for Environmental Information (NCEI)


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3 Responses to New Mexico Having Their 4th Wettest Year On Record

  1. jafree says:

    It may rise to 3rd or 2nd after this tropical moisture moves in soon.

  2. Scott Mc says:

    We may soon see headlines about GW causing floods in New Mexico, killing the native plants and animals with the water….

    Thats hard for people to panic about, most people realize that deserts arent that great, so the greening of Sahara doesnt get much press, its bit like GW causing less hurricanes in the US, doesnt scare many!

  3. Brad says:

    “New Mexico precipitation has been increasing since World War II.”

    The trend (blue) line on that graph looks negative to me.

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