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NASA Scrubs SpaceX Launch Due to Weather

NASA Scrubs SpaceX Launch Due to Weather

BY TOM OZIMEK NASA has scrubbed what would have been a historic launch of a SpaceX rocket from Kennedy Space Center due to unfavorable weather conditions. In an announcement some 15 minutes before its scheduled liftoff at 4:33 p.m., the space agency said the launch of the Falcon 9 rocket was off. “We are not going to launch today,” NASA said in […]

AccuWeather Predicts a Late Start to Spring

AccuWeather Predicts a Late Start to Spring

BY ISABEL VAN BRUGEN Many parts of the United States could see a delayed start to spring this year, with a prolonged winter season forecast in some areas, and others seemingly skipping ahead to summer weather, meteorologists have said. In an AccuWeather report on Feb. 6, forecasters said they are predicting seasonable winter weather in most places across the […]

Southern California in for High Winds

Southern California in for High Winds

The National Weather Service has issued a warning of the return of the Santa Ana winds.  The agency predicts high winds for Los Angeles and Ventura Counties.  They also caution against driving high profile vehicles with gusts hitting up to 45 miles per hour in Ventura and up to 60 miles per hour in Santa […]

Climate Alarmists Winning the War of Words, Despite Real World Evidence that Nothing Unusual is Happening

Climate Alarmists Winning the War of Words, Despite Real World Evidence that Nothing Unusual is Happening

  By Dr. Jay Lehr & Tom Harris Thanks largely to Democratic presidential contender Bernie Sanders and 16-year-old climate activist Greta Thunberg, “existential’ was selected as the word of the year by Dictionary.com. The on-line dictionary describes the phenomenon as follows: Searches for existential spiked throughout 2019, especially after politicians used the word to characterize the dangers and disruptions […]

Winter Storms Expected to Bring Snow Across US

Winter Storms Expected to Bring Snow Across US

BY ZACHARY STIEBER Winter storms are expected to drop snow across the United States over the weekend, with winter storm watches in effect in a number of states. In the west, Oregon was set to see several inches of snow before a storm moved into Idaho, dropping up to seven inches. Portions of Montana, Colorado, Utah, and Wyoming […]

Atmospheric river bringing new storm with rain and snow to California

Atmospheric river bringing new storm with rain and snow to California

By ALEX WIGGLESWORTH, RONG-GONG LIN II Southern California residents on Friday continued to dig out from a storm that swept through the region on Thanksgiving day, bringing record rainfall to parts of the Los Angeles area and dumping snow on the mountains and high deserts. “This is pretty unreal, especially for Southern California,” said Justin Kanton, […]

March-like storm to blast California with drenching rain, mountain snow and severe weather

March-like storm to blast California with drenching rain, mountain snow and severe weather

By Kyle Elliott, AccuWeather meteorologist After sunshine and pleasant weather grace California early this week, a powerful storm system will barrel into the state during the middle to latter part of the week. The return of a March-like weather pattern, driven by a large dip in the jet stream, will be the culprit for driving this rare […]

Nature, Not Humankind, Controls Climate, Gov. Little

Nature, Not Humankind, Controls Climate, Gov. Little

  By Jay Lehr and Tom Harris Idaho governor should take a climate course before speaking out on the issue again “Climate is changing, there’s no question about it,” Idaho’s new Republican Governor Brad Little said on Wednesday at the Idaho Environmental Forum. “…We’ve just got to figure out how we’re going to cope with it. And […]

Climate Hysterics Skyrocket

Climate Hysterics Skyrocket

  By Paul Driessen Call it climate one-upmanship. It seems everyone has to outdo previous climate chaos rhetoric. The “climate crisis” is the “existential threat of our time,” Speaker Nancy Pelosi told her House colleagues. We must “end the inaction and denial of science that threaten the planet and the future.” Former California Governor Jerry Brown […]

It’s Weather, Not Climate Change, Governor Brown

It’s Weather, Not Climate Change, Governor Brown

. By Robert W. Endlich 2017 featured incredibly intense, damaging wildfires in California: first the Wine Country fires of October, and later the massive Thomas Fire in December. Each destroyed hundreds of homes, the latter in many of the affluent suburbs and enclaves northwest of Los Angeles and Hollywood. The Thomas Fire is the largest in modern California […]

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