Eight Inches Of Rain For The Arizona Megadrought

Scientific American says Arizona is having the worst megadrought in 1,200 years.

Ongoing Megadrought Puts the West in ‘Uncharted Waters’ – Scientific American

Arizona is flooded and expecting almost eight inches of rain over the next ten days.

More than 1,500 homes at risk for flooding around Flagstaff

Ventusky – Wind, Rain and Temperature Maps

Flagstaff, AZ Severe Weather Alert | Weather Underground

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4 Responses to Eight Inches Of Rain For The Arizona Megadrought

  1. Eli the Pit Bulldog says:

    Not to mention the rest of august looks to be cooler than normal for much of the central and eastern part of the US, totally reversing the warmer than normal for many. Those red hot colors on that map are as fake as the NASA maps.

  2. Frank says:

    Unfortunately, due to unforeseen weather Speed Week, 2022 is canceled. Heavy rain bombarded the bonneville salt flats causing major flooding causing organizers to call off the event.

    “Due to unforeseen weather conditions Speed Week 2022 is officially cancelled,” a statement published to Facebook from the SCTA read. “We are doing our best to recover what we can find out on the lakebed.”

    This is not the first time the event has been canceled. Speed freaks will remember that in 2014 and in 2015, the event was canceled due to flooding.

  3. Bill says:

    When did AccuWeather.com come back? I thought they had been purchased by WeatherUnderground; that’s the domain you were sent to when you put in AccuWeather.com.

    AccuWeather used to be the most convenient source for quickly figuring out the hottest recorded temperatures. When Tony says “The 1930’s were America’s hottest weather decade”, you could say “Oh yeah? well, let me check that”. Then you’d pull up the easy-to-use AccuWeather chart showing the date of hottest July 1st in your town, the date of the hottest July 2nd in your town, and so on.

    Then, sure enough, you’d find (as I did) that more than half of the hottest July days in my town occurred between 1930 and 1940! Just that easy. Now, that information is gone and can’t be found anywhere as far as I know.

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