Tag Archives: Rain

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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Micro-Spherical Rain vs Flat Land and Fictional Sky

What can virga and the geometry of rain provide in the way of insight? Enough to matter, I think. Continue reading

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The California Flooding Drought, Can It End Now?

When, oh when will the California Flooding Drought end? I’d really like to know, as much more of a ‘drought’ like this and we’ll be drowned. Continue reading

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