Follow Up On The California Permanent Drought

It has been one year since fake governor Jerry Brown and the fake news New York Times announced the California permanent drought.

California Braces for Unending Drought – The New York Times

Since then, California has had their sixth wettest May to April on record, and record amounts of snow. There has been no trend in California precipitation since 1895.

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

h/t to Don Penim for the snow video. Fake climate policy is based on superstition, junk science, politics and fraud.

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11 Responses to Follow Up On The California Permanent Drought

  1. Timo Soren says:

    Following up on the Marcon promise, can we actually force the US climate scientists to go to France?

  2. Stewart Pid says:

    Griff sez that snow isn’t there …. there is no snow and no cold anywhere! The vines in France didn’t freeze and there isn’t record snow on Greenland.
    The Russians have hacked it all and are using mind control to make Tony post this nonsense.
    Back in your moms basement Griff.

  3. Colorado Wellington says:

    Wet winter may help Colorado River push off problems, but it will not end the drought
    February 21, 2017 by William Yardley, Los Angeles Times

    … the drought on the Colorado may never truly end.

    That is because no matter how deep the snowpack may get one year – some drainages are seeing close to 200 percent of normal this year – the river itself functions at what its managers call a “structural deficit.” The amount of water to which cities, tribes, farmers and others have legal rights is larger than the amount that, on average, flows into the system. In addition, climate change models for the future show declining snowpack and rising temperatures, potentially leading to more evaporation.

    I knew it. Even 200%-above-normal precipitation will not end the drought.

    Because legal rights. Because models.

    Ms Griff is right. We’re doomed, we’re doomed, we’re doomed, …

  4. AndyG55 says:

    NH snow WAY above average.

  5. RAH says:

    I’m now waiting for the hype about a “permanent flood”, “permanent wild fires”, “permanent earthquakes”, “permanent mud slides”, etc, etc, etc.

    The only people in the country having drought effect them directly are in the area of Central FL up to southern GA and SC. My retired pilot friend raises beef on his small scale ranch. He had the foresight to put in a stock of peanut hay, but quite a few ranchers down there are starting to feel the pinch. The “rainy” season down there this year just isn’t happening either. Apparently the only potential relief this year may come from tropical systems and storms.

    Speaking of tropical storms, Joe Bastardi is saying that conditions are lining up to produce a more active season than their tropical storm outlook predicted. Weatherbell’s and CSU’s outlooks were nearly identical and now it’s looking like they both might be too low.

  6. CO2isLife says:

    CO2 Can’t Cause the Warming Alarmists Claim it Does

    In conclusion, if you break the data down to isolate the impact of CO2 on atmospheric temperatures, there simply isn’t a strong case to be made that CO2 is the cause of the warming. Yes the oceans are warming, yes temperatures have been warming, but that doesn’t mean CO2 is the cause of that warming. If you isolate the impact of CO2 by removing the impact of the oceans, the urban heat island effect, and atmospheric water vapor, the result is that those areas show no warming what so ever. CO2 increased from 335 ppm to 405 ppm in Antarctica, and it had no impact at all, none, nada, zip.

  7. Andy DC says:

    The San Diego Padres (baseball) over the past weekend were rained out over the past weekend for the first time in May since at least 2000.

  8. Psalmon says:

    Also Squaw Valley is planning to run its Shirley Basin this Summer so they create an all-year ski season in Tahoe.

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