NOAA Climate Forecasting

Last summer was one of the wettest summers on record in the southwestern US, and now snowpack is close to a record high.

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NOAA predicted a hot/dry summer for the southwest last year, and a warm/dry winter.

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Climate Prediction Center – Seasonal Outlook

Climate Prediction Center – Seasonal Outlook

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Biden Administration “Firmly Opposed” To A Ceasefire In The Ukraine

US ‘firmly opposed’ to ceasefire between Russia, Ukraine; ‘Peace initiative unacceptable’ | US News

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Declining Spring Snow Cover

We are having a near record cold, snowy and long extended winter in the western US. The US government says we are suffering from declining spring snow cover due to the burning of fossil fuels.

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Declining Spring Snowpack

The US government says the western US is suffering declining snow cover due to the burning of fossil fuels. We have near record snow cover, with lots more snow in the forecast.

“Large declines in snowpack across the U.S. West –”


Accumulated Snowfall (GFS 10-dayforecast)

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“No Reasonable Prosecutor”

Seven years ago the FBI director said Hillary Clinton illegally mishandled top secret documents, which were likely seen by foreign adversaries. He went on to say that “no reasonable prosecutor” would charge her for this.

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Where’s The Pollution?

Colorado governor Jared Polis is shutting down the Rawhide coal fired power plant in northern Colorado, which powers much of the state including Fort Collins. He says he is doing this to protect the environment. During the night, the coal plant generates 280MW and the solar panels generate nothing.

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Connecticut River Flood Of March 1801

There was a tremendous flood on the Connecticut River in March 1801 during the inauguration ceremonies of Thomas Jefferson.

22 Mar 1859, 2 – Hartford Courant at

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Failed Climate Predictions

Tucker Carlson discusses failed climate predictions published by the Competitive Enterprise Institute.

Wrong Again: 50 Years of Failed Eco-pocalyptic Predictions – Competitive Enterprise Institute

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Easter Week, 1913

This week in 1913, floods killed thousands of people in Ohio and Indiana.

26 Mar 1913, 1 – The Birmingham News at

28 Mar 1913, 6 – The Baltimore Sun at

A tornado killed hundreds of people in Nebraska.

25 Mar 1913, Page 5 – Reading Times at

25 Mar 1913, 1 – The Kansas City Star at

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March 19, 1948 Tornado

On March 19, 1948 “Homes were leveled at Fosterburg, Illinois (nine dead), Bunker Hill (19 dead), and Gillespie (five dead).”

20 Mar 1948, Page 1 – Alton Evening Telegraph at

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