Update On The Southwest Permanent Drought

Six years ago, President Clinton’s science adviser, Joe Romm, announced the start of the Southwest Permanent Drought.

Dust Storm Marks Beginning of Southwest’s “Permanent Drought” | The Energy Collective

The permanent drought has been particularly bad since the start of the monsoon season.

Intellicast – Weekly Precipitation in United States

Joe Romm lied, and a family died.

It is time to shut these professional liars known as “climate scientists” down.

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8 Responses to Update On The Southwest Permanent Drought

  1. Steve Case says:

    Droughts are climate, floods are weather.
    What’s so difficult about that to understand?

  2. Jimmy Haigh says:

    Romm’s been quiet lately. Did he get washed away in the permanent drought?

  3. Andy DC says:

    Every idiot knows that both too much rain and too little rain is clearly a result of Mann-made warming. Like before 1950, there never a drought or a flood. Rainfall was always right on time and perfectly distributed. Yes, sure. Anything you say Mr. Romm!

  4. Psalmon says:

    Lake Powell ended up rising 40 feet this year and is just under 2/3rds full now. The anemic storage on the Colorado is not abated but it has improved. Based on projections It should enter next spring at or above the peak of last year, so another reasonable year and they will start equalizing to lake Mead.

    We’ve seen this pattern before: Great Lakes irreparably harmed…Great Lakes at record levels…CA reservoirs devastated…overflowing…Colorado will never recover…

    • Colorado Wellington says:

      Colorado will never recover …

      The alarmists misusing these cyclical patterns for their anti CO2 campaign don’t really want to call attention to water diversion because they would have to argue:

      “The Colorado will never recover to provide all the water we want to take from the river!”

  5. Andy DC says:

    Seems like another summer of ideal crop growing weather in the Corn Belt. Despite dire predictions by alarmists, crop failures like the 1930’s, or even 1980, 1983 and 1988, seem like a thing from the past. Cheap and abundant grain has been a big help keeping inflation under control.

    • Kris J says:

      And modern grain harvesting machinery rocks! This is an area where American ingenuity & free enterprise has really done a good job. There’s some amazing YouTube videos from the corn/wheat heartland…

  6. Gail Combs says:

    My Tomato plants are taller than I am and producing like crazy. So are my eggplants and peppers and….

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