Red River, NM Having Their Fifth Wettest Year Ever

Experts say that New Mexico is in a permanent drought, as Red River, NM is experiencing  their fifth wettest year on record, and Albuquerque just had their rainiest day on record.

ScreenHunter_9907 Jul. 11 17.03 ScreenHunter_9905 Jul. 11 17.01

Albuquerque set a one-day rainfall record Tuesday with 1.82 inches of rain, most of which came during a 2 a.m. storm.

ScreenHunter_9902 Jul. 11 15.31

Rainy week continues for New Mexico | Weather – KOAT Home

About stevengoddard

Just having fun
This entry was posted in Uncategorized. Bookmark the permalink.

11 Responses to Red River, NM Having Their Fifth Wettest Year Ever

  1. omanuel says:

    The Mississippi is also running high from excess rain.

  2. Mike says:

    That, of course, just means there will be MORE TO BURN when fire season starts next year! STAY AFRAID! STAY VERY AFRAID!

  3. emsnews says:

    MONSOON RAINS! The desert loves this a lot. There will be a prairie dog population boom which means a coyote and hawk boom, too.

    This is like the 1963 monsoon year I remember so fondly. That was the year a lady got mad at me when I sat on Socksie, my old roping horse, and I blocked the road up Sabino Canyon. ‘You can’t cross this road, mam” I said.

    She said, ‘Little girl, get out of the way or I will run you over.’ I didn’t shoot her, I clicked to Socksie and he stepped aside, she drove into the river and I had to use the rope to save her sorry life. Sheriff Burr laughed when he came by to get her car towed.

    She was very lucky I didn’t ride off instead. I was sorely tempted.

  4. gregole says:

    Permanent drought in the Southwest? Just another failed alarmist prediction. It’s been a mild summer here in Phoenix, with an early monsoon season. Just got back from a long walk with the dogs. Another beautiful afternoon and a spectacular sunset. Life in America’s least sustainable city is pretty good.

  5. There is a word for permanent drought. It’s called desert. The SW is already a desert.

  6. emsnews says:

    Yup. The desert evolved its plants in such a way that any drought is survivable. Nearly all the plants in the desert have evolved since the last Ice Age. Virtually none of them are from the previous Interglacial.

  7. Speaking of Red River, this was the Red River 3 weeks ago going from Fannin County TX to Oklahoma. Not exactly dry!

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out /  Change )

Google photo

You are commenting using your Google account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s