LOL A cool tax to stop this? What is a tax going to do to stop or change the weather.Have noticed 2 things in the last week or two
Lots of leaves are falling from the trees and the winter geese are back
Maybe winter will arrive early this year it’s global cooling we are doomed, we must have a new cool tax to stop this a new ice age is coming
Remember you heard it first on here.
I think we'll find they don't have reliable records that date back much further than the late 1800s so how they arrive at the 500 year figure is beyond me - they must be relying on tree rings and anecdotal 'records' by 'gentlemen observers' of the time.claiming today that the present drought is the worst in 500 years.
Models, Climate Scientists Wrong Again…New Study Finds Jet Stream Strengthening, Not Weakening
From the NoTricksZone
By P Gosselin
Alarmist climate research centers like the Potsdam Institute and the unquestioning media have been claiming for years that the Jet Stream is weakening, hence this would lead to greater weather extremes across the northern hemisphere due to blocking. Responsible for this of course is man-made global warming.
Hat-tip: The Klimaschau
But a recent paper by Samantha Hallam et al published in the journal Climate Dynamics looks at the seasonal to decadal variations in Northern Hemisphere jet stream latitude and speed over land for the period 1871–2011. The authors were unable to find any weakening of the sort climate alarmists have been warning about.
From the UK, I only know what I’ve read online, but I’ve read that Lake Mead supplies 90% of Las Vegas water. With water levels so low in the lake & prolonged drought conditions it doesn’t bode well if things continue on the same trajectory..The Hoover Dam which forms Lake Mead in Nevada is a only about 30% full which is a threat to millions of area people in the desert southwest.
As the lake level drops more bodies are found In the lake bed probably left over from when organized crime started Las Vegas about 30 minutes away from the Hoover Dam.
What happens in Las Vegas stays in Las Vegas.
Hmmm.…Mississippi to Lake Mead is around 1500 miles. Seems unlikely..Hunck,
That is why there is all this crazy talk about taking water from the Mississippi River through the Missouri and Colorado Rivers.
At times the Mississippi River can be low at certain points also.
And the low Rhine River in Germany has Germany concerned.
Water turned streets into rivers and flowed in waves through underground car parks as large numbers of buildings were hit by a reported 114 power outrages. Wind gusts of up to 64 mph were clocked at the North Las Vegas Airport and near the Strip, while the National Weather Service received “multiple reports” of lightning setting trees on fire.
The wet monsoon season is helping to alleviate the severe drought experienced by much of the western United States, but is also causing serious damage. And there were warnings of more downpours to come this weekend with the potential for further flash flooding.
"We're starting to sound like a broken record here, but thunderstorms are possible yet again as well as flash flooding," the weather service said. A flash flood watch has been posted for much of southern Nevada, northwest Arizona and far eastern California.
1.28 inches of rain doesn't sound enough to cause flash flooding, nor does 0.58 inches on one day, but there’s a video of rain falling inside Planet Hollywood casino.Thursday's rainfall of 0.58 inches on Thursday brought the total for this year's monsoon season to 1.28 inches, the wettest since 2012, which had 3.63 inches. The monsoon season runs from June 15 to September 30, with the all-time wettest monsoon season being in 1984 with 4.16 inches.
Yes it is. But the terrain has been changed because of too many people so the topsoil does not support vegetation that is required to keep the rain water from rushing down into the valleys, so if they are experiencing floods it is partly because of that and because of decimated forests.Isn't Las Vegas in a desert?
443 actives fires!!!Yes it is. But the terrain has been changed because of too many people so the topsoil does not support vegetation that is required to keep the rain water from rushing down into the valleys, so if they are experiencing floods it is partly because of that and because of decimated forests.
This shows the current fires burning
This is the may 5th 2022 briefing
Yep! The southwest has been burning since April. The most acreage ever burned in the U.S. in one season is in northern New Mexico.443 actives fires!!!