National Weather Service Lying About 1,000 Year Rainfalls Again

Government agencies now call every single rainfall a 1,000 year event.

Image 36 California mudslides and chaos offer a preview of what El Niño could bring – LA Times

In 1914, Cambridge, Ohio received almost four times that much rain in half an hour. In 1942, Smethport, PA received fifteen times that much rain in three hours.

Image 37

Extreme Weather: A Guide & Record Book – Christopher C. Burt – Google Books

The National Weather Service claim is equivalent to calling a weekly lottery winner a ten million year event, because the odds of any individual ticket winning are ten million to one. It is complete idiocy, and gets repeated by government climate fraudsters every week now.

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7 Responses to National Weather Service Lying About 1,000 Year Rainfalls Again

  1. Steve Case says:

    I do love your talent for putting things in perspective.

  2. Billy Liar says:

    It rained more than that at Embarrass WI in 12 minutes not half an hour.

    Embarrass-ing indeed!

  3. Curt says:

    Those same mountains once got over 25 inches of rain in 24 hours within the last century.

  4. gregole says:

    Yup. Looks like the El Nino rains could be returning to the west coast of the US. It’s even raining here in Arizona right now.

    Permanent drought? Guess it’s not all that permanent.

    But this pattern is well-established in California – a dry spell followed by a wet spell. And when it’s wet in California – it can just rain and rain and rain. Don’t need to wait 1000 years either.

  5. … repeated by government climate fraudsters every week …

    … and trumpeted by innumerate klutzes who hurt themselves changing toilet paper rolls and couldn’t cut fifth grade math so they went into the media to make the world a better place.

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