Sierra Snowpack Low: Drought Stalks California

According to officials quoted by The Los Angeles Times this weekend (here). "I have not seen a more serious water situation in my career, and I’ve been doing this 30 years," said Timothy Quinn, executive director of the Assn. of California Water Agencies. An outmoded delivery system and court rulings that protect endangered fish areContinue reading “Sierra Snowpack Low: Drought Stalks California”

Temp: Hot! Outlook: Cooler (says soils forecast)

Southern California has been baking in a nasty heat wave for the last five days; it’s expected to last another day. Yet the experimental NOAA temperature outlook says it’s going to be cooler than usual this September, if the blue squares along the California coast can be trusted. In fact, earlier this year NOAA forecasterContinue reading “Temp: Hot! Outlook: Cooler (says soils forecast)”