Worst Megadrought In 1,200 Years

Los Alamos is expecting more than five inches of rain between now and July 4.  That is about one-third of their average annual precipitation.

Ventusky – Wind, Rain and Temperature Maps

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1 Response to Worst Megadrought In 1,200 Years

  1. Timo, Not That One says:

    Come on Tony. Massive amounts of rain during a mega-drought? That is clear evidence of man made glow ball warming. I certainly can’t remember the last time there was extreme rainfall during a mega drought. The only thing that can explain it is, too much CO2 in the atmosphere. Quod Erat Demonstrandum.

    No question, it’s AGW.
    We are all toast in twenty years.
    I gotta get out my clap-board sign and school teacher’s bell to ring in the warning.

    The end is near.

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