Exceptional Drought In Southern New Mexico?

The US Drought Monitor shows southeastern New Mexico in an exceptional drought.


Cloudcroft is located in the middle of the brown area, and has received rain on half of the days this month. This is what it looks like today.



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6 Responses to Exceptional Drought In Southern New Mexico?

  1. Squidly says:

    hmm … Green is the new Brown ?

    • Blade says:

      LOL! Anything works here …

      Green is the new Yellow.

      Green is the new Red.

      Green is the new Dark Red.

      Green is the new Brown.

  2. I thik I coud live with a drought that leaves my area looking like that …

  3. Paul H says:

    Must be wet dry.

  4. Mike Davis says:

    I added up their percentage of the west on their chart and came up with 140.21%. To make it more extreme they combine all higher conditions under each color.
    If the photo is in a region experiencing any level of drought then they are using Pathological Science practices for their research.

  5. Charles Higley says:

    It does not matter that their areas add up to unreal values or that it has been raining a lot. We KNOW there’s a drought and it HAS TO BE the worst ever!

    We know because a IPCC-funded lackey of the UN told us so. Facts and real world observations are not important, the models are correct!

    The skeptics must have gone to a non-ivory tower college and taken science courses that corrupted their thinking with the scientific method and scientific integrity, rather than a real ivory tower university where they learn the party line, I mean, real “climate science” and how it should be fabricated, er, imagined, er, oh, never mind. . . .

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