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An Index Of An Erratic Climate

In the Southern United States, the second pre-season tropical storm this year hit land.

75 miles from the border with Canada, the temperature hit 90 degrees by 10:00 this morning.

Lobsters in Maine have shed their shells four-to-six weeks ahead of schedule.

Groundwater depletion in California and Texas is threatening the supply of food in the United States.

The area of the Arctic Ocean with at least 15 percent sea ice coverage is almost two standard deviations below the average from over the last 33 years of measurements.

4 thoughts on “An Index Of An Erratic Climate”

  1. Tom says:

    You should do a monthly update to how bad it’s getting so people can get a sense of where we are in the collapse of civilization and how quickly it’s picking up. Yeah, i’ve been watching for the coming food shortages: between the erratic, unseasonal weather (not to mention temperature changes that drop or rise 30 degrees in a 24 hr period becoming common) and an on-going drought/flood pattern happening in other areas of the food growing regions, it’s only a matter of time. Keep an eye on your foodstores’ fresh produce, vegetable, nuts, meat, dairy, cheese, & wine sections (it’s happening in France too) among others. Food prices will skyrocket this fall the way it’s looking.

  2. Tom says:

    Here’s one measure you can use to keep track of one aspect of this phenomenon:

    http://droughtmonitor.unl.edu/

  3. Tom says:

    here’s what a food crisis looks like:

    http://news.sky.com/home/world-news/article/16238720

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