This is how we will all have ocean front property. CA should be underwater soon.
As I recall, the Farmer's Almanac called for a wet & mild winter, pretty much what we got I think.Long range forecasts last year for the winter months was dry and warm. Yeah, obviously that didn't play out too well!
One must wonder how this would affect bird and animal migrations. Will waterfowl start heading to the arctic in the fall and to the equator in the spring? Will it lead to mass extinctions of those animals?I found this article interesting;
Pole Reversal Happens All The (Geologic) TimeEarth's magnetic field has flipped its polarity many times over the millennia - but this causes no dramatic effects, and will not lead to problems in 2012.www.nasa.gov
fun fact: Bird migrations are moving up by about two-three days per decade because of warming trends. (Yes, I know theres an agenda around global warming; I'm not saying it's 100% because of people, I'm just saying the earth is getting warmer on average)One must wonder how this would affect bird and animal migrations. Will waterfowl start heading to the arctic in the fall and to the equator in the spring? Will it lead to mass extinctions of those animals?
Pretty much the same report from Ash Fork for yesterday. About an inch toal, with hail up to just shy of small marble size for an hour or two on and off. Lots of thunder and lightning. Ready for another round this afternoon!Payson finally got some heavy rain, Started about 4 pm yesterday, Rained hard off and on , Lots of lightning and thunder, went to bed about 8pm, still doing its thing. Was REAL nice, windows open, going to sleep with that going on was relaxing to me. Got about an inch total. We Really needed it as all the spring grasses drying were starting to be a BIG tinder box.