Monsoon Season Starting At The Southwest Permanent Drought

Right on schedule.

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10-Day Precipitation Outlook for the Conterminous U.S.

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5 Responses to Monsoon Season Starting At The Southwest Permanent Drought

  1. Chuck says:

    I hope so! This last week has been so hot. Bring on the monsoon! my favorite time of year here!

  2. EW3 says:

    Joe Bastardi called this wet weather about a month ago !

    What worries me is that he and his team are calling for another bad winter.

    • Send Al to the Pole says:

      He’s dead on, isn’t he? He also called the storm that’s brewing off of FL, and that most Storms would be in that area this year.

  3. Stephen Richards says:

    Joe B is just a remarkable forecaster. He saw your last winter 2 yrs ahead and this coming winter last yr. He is brilliant and worth the money if you need accurate long range forecasts

  4. Ernest Bush says:

    Note the lack of rain forecast for California and western Arizona. For the next two and a half months we get air that feels like the tropics with little or no rain to relieve the heat. We all drop our air conditioning thermostats two degrees to compensate for the humidity buildup in our houses thus putting a strain on the national electrical grid. When the EPA is through that means we can look forward in the future to the grid going offline and leaving us to suffer in the heat. Yumans will have to take turns standing in the Colorado River in the shade of the 4th Ave. bridge. At least it is easier to deal with heat extremes than cold extremes.

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