Exceptional Drought In Southern New Mexico?

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

http://droughtmonitor.unl.edu/DM_west.htm

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.

http://www.wunderground.com/webcams/back40/1/show.html

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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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