With only five inches of rain so far this month, the sign at NCAR warns of high fire danger.

These deer are very worried about the permanent drought. Or possibly the coyote in the trees.

These children are suffering global warming devastation, having to dribble around patches of ice in the middle of the field.

It would be nearly impossible to start a fire if you needed one to keep warm. Perhaps that is the danger.

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12 Responses to HIGH FIRE DANGER

  1. Windsong says:

    The parent observing the practice appears as if they would like to have a fire going. But, it would be tough today. At approximately noon MDT, Boulder Muni Airport was reporting 46F and light rain.

  2. R. Shearer says:

    A lot of exaggeration emanates from that mesa.

  3. Bob Hoye says:

    Vancouver is the city next to a temperate rain forest.
    This winter’s snowpack is some 150% of the mean which is hardly temperate.
    So the city planners advance the date on lawn-watering restrictions by two weeks. That’s with a hose, and you know there will be hose-Fascists out there. And reduced the number of days each part of town can water.

  4. Bob Hoye says:

    That would be snowpack on the local mountains, not in town.

  5. RAH says:

    Mule deer look fat and healthy. Must be all that green foliage to feed on. Here in Indiana the White tails have gotten so out of hand that at times during the dry years they organize hunts in state parks to cull some of them out because they’re starving. Too many animals and not enough fodder means damage. The venison is used to feed the needy.

  6. RAH says:

    Oh, having a blond moment I finally figured it out. The high fire danger is the pants that are on fire at NCAR!

  7. Why has he got one yellow sock and one black sock?

  8. Louis Hooffstetter says:

    Well who are we to believe?
    The experts, or our own lying eyes?

  9. arn says:

    Long sleeves and beanies are always proof for global warming
    -and the white stuff on field seems to be just seconds away from burning.

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