Tag Archives: drought

Last Night, It Rained

It rained this morning in San Jose. On the last day of May. Not a record or extreme event, but very much a normal, if unusual, cold and wet episode. Certainly not “Global Warming” when it is cold and dank. Continue reading

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Rain, In May, In California, In San Jose

Raining again in San Jose. At least they decided the drought has ended (at last and about a year late). Now I’m still “Waiting for Spring” to arrive, in the cold and wet. Continue reading

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Flood In San Jose

In this flooding drought in San Jose, highway 101 (a multilane freeway) was reopened today after being closed due to being underwater. The Coyote Creek has flooded, Andersen dam is overflowing via the spillway, we have flash flood warnings from Fremont to Gilroy. But don’t you dare water your lawn. It’s a Drought!!! Continue reading

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30 miles due west of Oroville, in the flat

Yet more Flooding Drought in California. 30 miles west of Oroville. Continue reading

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