Sunday, July 2, 2017


I was told there would never be water in California ever again.

Lake Tahoe nears maximum capacity as snow melt adds 12 billion gallons of water

 A heat wave that has been impacting the western United States has thawed out snowpack on the Sierra Nevada and poured more than 12 billion gallons of water into Lake Tahoe.
High temperatures in South Lake Tahoe, California, were above 80 degrees from June 16 to 25, according to meteorologist Linda Lam. Temperatures reached 90 degrees on June 19, setting a new daily record. Through June 26, it has been the fourth warmest June on record in the area. The extended heat wave accelerated the snow melt of the above-average snowpack in the northern and central Sierra Nevada mountains.
Currently, the lake is at 6,229 feet, according to the U.S. Geological Survey. The water level sits 6 inches above the natural rim of the lake which is at 6,223 feet. 

Lying liars telling lies they must work for CNN.
It's a good thing too I was really worried about those delta smelts.
There's a link to a story about 2 billion people becoming climate refugees by 2100.
I'm not going out on a limb here by stating it'll never happen.
Only gubmints could do something like that.
If you told me there would be that number because of commies,7th century savages or sundry other kleptocrats and liberals I would believe you.
I wish there was a climate book in Vegas on predictions I could get rich even on the odds I would get on all the doomsday predictions.


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  2. Not to worry; the citizens of California will find a way to quickly and quite thoroughly squander this Nature's largess.