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From ABC (Australia) La Nina declared heralding a humid, wet summer for Australia's east

There are some charts & graphs that won't copy over easily.

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 Post subject: Re: La Nina
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for my area: Bill Patzert, an oceanographer at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, said the effects of La Niña in California are likely to be “pretty marginal” though it seems to be contributing to drought conditions in the American Southeast.

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 Post subject: Re: La Nina
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teotwaki wrote:
for my area: Bill Patzert, an oceanographer at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, said the effects of La Niña in California are likely to be “pretty marginal” though it seems to be contributing to drought conditions in the American Southeast.

I've had 85+ inches of rain this year, so I could use a little drought. :ooh:

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 Post subject: Re: La Nina
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RickOShea wrote:
I've had 85+ inches of rain this year, so I could use a little drought. :ooh:


C'mon down to the the South (of California)

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 Post subject: Re: La Nina
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teotwaki wrote:
RickOShea wrote:
I've had 85+ inches of rain this year, so I could use a little drought. :ooh:


C'mon down to the the South (of California)

Better wait for the fire season to end. Maybe March ? :lol:

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flybynight wrote:
teotwaki wrote:
RickOShea wrote:
I've had 85+ inches of rain this year, so I could use a little drought. :ooh:


C'mon down to the the South (of California)

Better wait for the fire season to end. Maybe March ? :lol:


Would it be poor form to air-drop sticks & marshmallows? :clownshoes:

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MPMalloy wrote:
flybynight wrote:
teotwaki wrote:
RickOShea wrote:
I've had 85+ inches of rain this year, so I could use a little drought. :ooh:


C'mon down to the the South (of California)

Better wait for the fire season to end. Maybe March ? :lol:


Would it be poor form to air-drop sticks & marshmallows? :clownshoes:


that depends, are you air dropping them to fire fighters or boy scouts?

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taipan821 wrote:
MPMalloy wrote:
flybynight wrote:
teotwaki wrote:
C'mon down to the the South (of California)

Better wait for the fire season to end. Maybe March ? :lol:
Would it be poor form to air-drop sticks & marshmallows? :clownshoes:
that depends, are you air dropping them to fire fighters or boy scouts?
Homeowners. :clownshoes:

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Hey if you do that , remember to use Pacific Yew sticks and vegan marshmallows. It is California after all. :crazy:

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Got close to 3" of snow here at the O'Shea Armadillo Ranch & Coyote Preserve last night.....I can't remember the last time that happened (20+ years ago?)....So much for La Nina. Image

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