Tag Archives: drought

Does Accuweather Issue Corrections?

Yesterday, I watched Accuweather’s weekly segment “Climate Extremes,” and a couple of the statements made were so inaccurate that I wanted to respond here. The presenters, Evan Myers and Accuweather’s resident climate-change expert Brett Anderson, walked viewers through the year’s … Continue reading

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Mad Max Runs out of Desert

Poor Mad Max, he can’t catch a break. Right when a handy drought was helping climate alarmists take over Australia as well as lending perfect scenery for the Road Warrior to shoot his next film, mother nature comes along and … Continue reading

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Some help with the drought in Central Texas?

Although you wouldn’t know it listening to conversation around Austin, this summer’s drought and heat are not the “worst ever.” They do, however, to put a technical spin on it, suck. A system passing from the Caribbean to the Gulf … Continue reading

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How ’bout a little rain?

The last post focused on San Francisco Bay, where my best friend in high school and I used to windsurf anytime we got the chance. Our spots were: Redwood Shores, Foster City, and Coyote Point, the last being in the … Continue reading

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