Steve Breen for January 21, 2023

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    WickWire64  about 2 months ago

    Tell us the difference between weather and climate please

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    dnie  about 2 months ago

    As Greenie$ (eg. AlGore) continue to ‘jump the $hark’ with their con….

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    dyerjames944  about 2 months ago

    One thing is for sure, Perfect weather for bears.

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    brwydave Premium Member about 2 months ago

    Hasn’t that grizzly heard of hibernation? Dumb California bear thinks its a polar bear.

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    artegal  about 2 months ago

    Must be caused by the equivalent of 600,000 Hiroshima bombs detonating every day.

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    Retrac Premium Member about 2 months ago

    The California Grizzly Bear is extinct.

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    ChristopherBurns  about 2 months ago

    Good for us? We hope it stays that way until the spring? I’m not sure what Mr. Breen is saying here.

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    librarylady59  about 2 months ago

    The Sierra snowpack, which supplies 30% of California’s water, stands at 245% of its average for this date.30 feet of snow? That much has fallen in some places in California as snow blankets huge swaths of state. -

    California Snow Water Content, January 20, 2023, Percent of April 1 Average -

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    B UTTONS  about 2 months ago

    The percentage of “normal” is what could be expected on an annual seasonal basis when compared to historic records.

    California has been in a drought for over 5 years. There has been a wet year here and there, but the state is in a water deficit regardless what the presidential hopeful in the governor office wants the people to believe.

    After the last above “normal” rain and snow season 2 years ago, it took less than 1 year of swimming pools, lush green landscapes and other water wasting activities to push So. California in a critical water deficit that they want Northern California water supporting endangered wildlife and residents. (Be mindful that the voters have resoundingly disapproved of the past governor’s attempt twice, but the current idiot thinks he can circumvent the voters’ decision.)

    The failure to quantify the “normal” justifies the water guzzlers to resume water waste practices, leaving conservation to someone else.

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    quixotic1  about 2 months ago

    Climate scientists have long predicted extremes of not only global temperatures, but also periods of droughts and flooding.

    Insurance and re-insurance companies take it most seriously, as their bottom lines depend on it. Ditto the US military.

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    Rich Douglas  about 2 months ago

    Until it runs off into the ocean where it will do no good.

    This country will have to upgrade its ability to cope with more massive swings in the weather caused by changes in the climate (caused by human activity).

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    Kracklin Rosie  about 2 months ago

    I grew up in Kalifornia. I’ve lived through its history of drought, floods and fires. And yeah, every now and then it gets massive snowfalls. Nothing new but the climate hysterics will blame any weather phenomenon on AGWCC.

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    hawgowar  about 2 months ago

    I wonder if all the extra water may trickle down to the fault lines in weeks or months and lubricate them, causing a quite vigorous earthquake.

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