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Drought Postponed

Since last time, when the jet stream looped far up to the north of us and the drought level was set at 2, or dry, we have had a series of systems run through here bringing clouds and rain. The … Continue reading

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Drought Plateau

“Enchanted Light | New Mexico” by Jim Crotty is licensed under CC BY-NC-ND 4.0   That’s typical. No sooner had I reported on the jet stream being stalled, resulting in cooler, damper weather, than it whipped up north of us … Continue reading

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Wildfire in the Morning

We woke up to this today. A little later on. Well, they said the fire hazard was extreme.

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Climate Change Signal Emerges from the Weather

“ Climate scientists know the dangers in attributing individual weather phenomena to climate change. They have always been reluctant to say that this year’s floods or last year’s fires resulted directly from global warming. However, in the last decade, a … Continue reading

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Wildfires 2015

It’s wildfire season here, and this year is particularly bad. We’ve had evacuations in my town, but it’s even worse south of the border in the United States. Unfortunately, we’ve had a south wind for the last few days, so … Continue reading

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Sunset During Fire Season

Much of western Canada is on fire. They’ve sent army personnel into Saskatchewan. It’s not that bad here, but it still got smoky. Sunset during fire season can be pretty. Yes, that’s really my view. You should be able to … Continue reading

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Smoky Here

A lot of forest fires right now. You can smell them. Still here in the morning. rjb

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