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North Florida Skywatch
December 1, 2012
If you have been on the fence about the existence of Chemtrails, this video will settle the issue for you, once and for all. Continue reading
We are in a dire Drought but yet we see radars fail. meaning they are sending out pulse beams that microwave the clouds that are incoming.
Images of rainfall totals from mid-state Texas this past weekend. So beautiful to see San Angelo with the center of the upper rain totals. Show our gifts to the planet DO WORK. Notice where they were out cloud seeding where the big Z in the image is. Big Z but hardly any rain, shows seeding is not the real key to solution of drought mediation, but a reworking of all energy factors involved! Continue reading
After receiving more than two inches of rain early Tuesday, Austin has now seen 15.99 inches of rain in 2012. In all of 2011, the city only saw 16.90 inches. They’ve almost seen as much rain in the first 80 days of this year than they saw all of last year!
The Town that Ran Out of Water
AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — A Central Texas village that’s become the state’s first community to run out of water due to a punishing drought will have water trucked in by the Lower Colorado River Authority, officials said Monday.http://naturalrain.blogspot.com/2012/01/town-that-ran-out-of-water.html Continue reading
TEXAS DROUGHT OVERVIEW
TEXAS DROUGHT OVERVIEW
As an overview of the why’s that is plaguing Texas drought conditions we must look at many factors that when mixed together are creating the present conditions and WHAT can and should be done to correct the unbalance so rain can occur naturally again across the region.
NOAA will be quick to say it is the El Niño or the La Niña
In part of my travels and research, the following drought maps confirm the conditions i found at ground level. This is BEFORE i went to work for these areas. No area is too small nor too large that can be changed into rain balance. Just more effort, time, expense, and research involved.
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In some parts of Texas the water supply is dwindling, if not disappearing. Now, state officials are grappling with how to come up with a permanent source of funding for a multi-billion dollar plan to provide drinking…
Next month, Texans will go to the polls to decide whether to help the state get part of the way there. If Proposition 2 on the ballot passes, the Texas Water Development Board, the state’s water-planning agency, will be authorized to lend $6 billion via a bond fund dedicated to building and fixing water infrastructure.
Many of the state’s business heavyweights have lined up behind the
The drought costs in the parched south-central states continues to rise. Minuscule amounts of rain combined with record hot summer temperatures has resulted in billions of dollars in agricultural losses. Although some rain has been falling in the region over the last several days, it won’t be nearly enough to put much of a dent in the current drought.
Since late last week, some much need rain has been falling across portions of Texas. For some cities, the rain totals accumulated in a few days are greater than what they have seen in many months! The table below displays rain totals over the last several days compared to the length of time you have to go back to see similar totals.
Drought is a direct result of a chain of events which cause any weather pattern to be disrupted.
We can point blame in so many directions but it does not make the necessary changes to reverse the dry conditions Continue reading