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- - - - Mark Twain (Roughing It)

Sunday, March 22, 2015

PANIC - California snow stands at 19% of normal

The Three Stooges could produce more water than any Democrat.

Idiots are Running California

  • While water supplies dwindle insane California Democrats spend their days in endless self-masturbatory wet-dream fantasies of bullet trains, driver's licenses for illegal aliens and political correctness.
  • Meanwhile I sit here waiting for Democrats (or even the brain dead GOP) to demand a string of water desalination plants up and down the coast.  

(San Francisco Chronicle)  -  Snow levels in the Sierra Nevada are at or below what they were during the driest years in California’s recorded history, surveyors said Tuesday, dashing hopes that last weekend’s storm would begin to pull the state out of its increasingly frightful drought.
The water content of the snow statewide stands at 19 percent of the average for this time of year, according to the third snow survey of the season by the California Department of Water Resources.
That means California is neck and neck with 1977 and 1991 for the most parched winter since 1950, when the state began publishing measurements of the snowpack in the Sierra. California could set a new drought benchmark this year.

Opening day of the California Legislature
“We’re looking at historical lows,” said David Rizzardo, the chief of snow surveys and water supply forecasting for the Department of Water Resources. “You go into the winter hoping that (the drought) doesn’t get worse, but I think it’s undeniable at this point that it’s going to be worse. You just can’t recover at some point from how dry it has been.”
Water consumption back up
While the state dries up, Californians have increased their water use, according to the state Water Resources Control Board. Water use was cut 22 percent in December compared with the year before, but urban residents slacked off after that, according to the water board.
California residents cut water use only 8.8 percent in January compared with the same month in 2014, water board statistics show. That’s well short of the 20 percent conservation target that Gov. Jerry Brown asked residents to meet.

"Ski" Lake Tahoe

  • Winter sports enthusiasts at Squaw Valley Ski Resort were seen weaving through patches of dried ground.  Many Lake Tahoe resorts have been forced to close, while others have been left with only a hint of powder.

  • Read more: Daily Mail. 

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