From Droughts and Fire to Flood and Snow

(E) Last year, California had a severe drought from January to March. This year, we had a large number of storms, one after each other, from the end of last year in December to January. And, in February, temperatures dropped, and with the new rain, snow appears in the Santa-Cruz Mountains.

Here is more on “Whiplash weather: What we can learn from California’s deadly storms” from the Stanford Wood Institute:

And, while California is rediscovering the beauty of a wet Winter, Western Europe is affected by a Winter drought that follows last year Summer drought:

We are running out of time to restore a viable climate! When are we going to do something about it?

Note: The picture above is from the Santa-Cruz Mountains.

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