Q. What do you see in this map?
A. Southern California has been dry – just as the experts predicted.
McKibbin is a clown.
Please do not insult clowns, MW!
Since Southern California averages very little rain in August and September, to get a small percentage of nothing is not hard to accomplish and certainly does not mean any sort of drastic “climate change”.
Death and destruction!! San Diego is suffering from hotty-climate-changiness and most of the SW has wetty-climate-changiness. You have cleverly cherry-picked a view that does not show the rest of the hotty-ness to the east OR the worst kind of changiness which is hotty-fied coldy-climate-changiness.
Actually the kind going on where you live is the worst. hotty-wetty-coldy-changy We used to call this the 4 seasons but now we know better.
I remember we used to call it weather but my wife says that many of the things I remember never happened.
I don’t need no stinkin’ experts to tell me this…
my mama and papa taught me this a long time ago:
I see Waldo !
I see Bozo.
Morgan, your humormones are low.
Having fun yet?
I see Freo winning the AFL Grand Final this Saturday.
So much purple!!!!!
You can still see clearly at the 60 day mark.
Wow, Colorado still looks like droughtflood at 90 days… what’s up with that US TruthDrought Center?
I’ve decided not to get my climatology information from a rock and roll fanzine anymore
You may need extra help in distinguishing the facts from the satire.
At first I thought you were flaming me and mama cass, but I see that is not the case.
Murphy strikes again. Please ignore.
I see wetter over much of the Western US.
The Southern California desert in the rain-shadow of the mountains is … wait for it … still a desert.
I’d say it looks like the permanent drought has shifted to Orange County for a huddle and plans to re-emerge at sometime in some other part of the world.
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