Scenes From The Colorado Permanent Drought

We have had 1.5 inches of permanent drought in Boulder the last three days, which is nearly 10% of our annual average.

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12 Responses to Scenes From The Colorado Permanent Drought

  1. Andy DC says:

    At least it wasn’t that thing from the past!

  2. garyh845 says:

    None of that ever happened again.

    Oh wait, that’s the new normal . . except for when you have permanent drought.

    Yin yang is the new normal, haven’t you heard?

  3. Theyouk says:

    More habitat for the alligators, whose range is expanding with the onslaught of AGW…

  4. R. Shearer says:

    ~24″ of white precipitation in the CO mountains over past 24 hours.

    • Richard Keen says:

      10 miles SW and 1 mile up from Boulder, in a place called Coal Creek Canyon, I measured 23.3 inches snow and 2.60 inches of lovely H2O.
      I can easily double that using a special climate Al-Gore-Rhythm.

      • Robertv says:

        Now you understand why Boulder is called boulder. A lot of H2O molecules together can do a lot of damage.

  5. AZ1971 says:

    If that’s what drought looks like, I’d hate to see what flooding surplus looks like. Isn’t anything normal +1 SD anymore?

  6. Griff says:

    I have to say, the photos just get better and better!

    The ? sparrow second from bottom is stunning.

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