Dirty Weather In 1957

Hurricane Audrey brought 145 MPH winds to Texas and Louisiana and wiped many cities off the map. CO2 was at very safe levels in 1957 – perhaps Al Gore is looking for a repeat performance?

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1957 also brought the most severe drought in New Mexico’s history, which is where I was living. My mother says that there was no green to be seen anywhere that year.

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New Mexico, Palmer Modified Drought Index (PMDI), 24-Month Period Ending in October, 1897-2012

Greenland was melting down

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One Response to Dirty Weather In 1957

  1. I was 14 that year and we moved from Connecticut to Virginia–my next move is to Texas

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