New Mexico 1,200 Year Megadrought Update

Record high streamflow this evening on the Santa Fe River, Rio Nambe and Rio Mora.

USGS | National Water Dashboard

Three weeks ago :

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4 Responses to New Mexico 1,200 Year Megadrought Update

  1. Disillusioned says:

    It’s the Joe Romm curse. Predict worsening drought conditions and the skies will begin to cry.

    https://wattsupwiththat.com/2015/07/16/throwback-thursday-1-joe-romms-permanent-drought/

  2. Andrew Watson says:

    Day to day is never a good judge of trends, either from 2022 or 1922.

    You can always cherry pick … on both sides..

    Just sayin

    • tonyheller says:

      Cherry-picking a sentence from one blog post isn’t a very effective way to either try to make your point or reach a sensible conclusion.

  3. Daniel Smeal says:

    You know insanity has reached its peak when morons make long-term predictions based on a single incident. I’m hoping to make a trip to the Pecos Valley and then to the Gila to see how the recent ample rains in those areas have greened things up. Here on the far east side, it has been pretty hot and dry in spots but the monsoon season may change that. In any event – nothing new.

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