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By substitute on February 9, 2009
From an AP story about the Australian fires at http://wvgazette.com/News/200902090356 via zebulon_y: Oh, and we have chaparral, dude. With the SAME TREES.
By substitute on April 27, 2008
100F/38C in Coastal Orange County is illegal, impossible, and insupportable. I think the hottest place in the nation is Fullerton right now, and my house is making crackling noises from expanding. Why me? Why anyone? Why me?
By substitute on March 31, 2008
It was a shockingly beautiful day today.
By substitute on January 24, 2008
This just in: THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE IN OXNARD HAS ISSUED A * TORNADO WARNING FOR… SOUTHWEST LOS ANGELES COUNTY IN SOUTHWEST CALIFORNIA INCLUDING THE CITIES OF MALIBU… PACIFIC PALISADES AND TOPANGA … * UNTIL 945 PM PST * AT 836 PM PST… NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DOPPLER RADAR INDICATED A SEVERE THUNDERSTORM WITH ROTATION CAPABLE […]
By substitute on September 3, 2007
It’s 95F with 44% humidity = heat index of 103 in NEWPORT BEACH CALIFORNIA next to the UPPER BAY. This is un-possible. I demand a recount.
By substitute on August 1, 2006
The SF Chronicle reports the gloomy bullet points from a doomy official state report about climate change in California. Without serious reduction in emissions: California will become significantly hotter and drier by the end of the century, causing severe air pollution, a drop in the water supply, melting of 90 percent of the Sierra snowpack […]
By substitute on July 25, 2006
I’m warming up to Ruba. There’s no where else to go that late, so this is a good thing. This evening’s entertainment included some personal history about being a Marine and a felon simultaneously and how that worked out, someone’s idiotic $500 plastic sunglasses, and a guy named Bilbo who wore too much fringed stuff […]
By substitute on July 22, 2006
It’s not supposed to be like this here. 100F in the upper Newport Bay? No. There has been a clerical error.
By substitute on June 27, 2006
How are you gentlemen? Someone set up us the Midwestern-style summer. We are on the way to destruction.
By substitute on December 28, 2005
A thick bank of fog blankets California’s Central Valley. The fog is bracketed by the Cascades to the North, the Coastal Range to the West and the Sierra Nevada Mountains to the East. These high elevation areas are a vibrant green in this image, as they are home to the largest tree species on the […]