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Old 03-30-2015, 10:28 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Prepare for another shit year in the west. After a third rough year, some resorts are going to be on sale after next year...

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Old 03-31-2015, 12:48 AM   #3 (permalink)
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Prepare for another shit year in the west. After a third rough year, some resorts are going to be on sale after next year...

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Well it looks like I'll be getting the all California premium pass and going anywhere but socal
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GOD I"m fucking sick of all this Climate change shit.
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I would like to point out that a good portion of California's best seasons are during El Nino years. This year was barely an El Nino season and maybe that had something to do with it. My guess is California will probably be more worried about homes sliding off of hillsides than lack of moisture. Of course it could all come down as rain instead of snow.
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All I read was more moisture and more snow for me (as long as the high pressure ridge stays the hell away).

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Wasn't it two years ago they were predicting a horrid hurricane season and we had none?
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GOD I"m fucking sick of all this Climate change shit.
Amen brother.......
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Wasn't it two years ago they were predicting a horrid hurricane season and we had none?
yes, but:
"by July and August, CSU and TSR all adjusted their forecasts downward because of predictions of cooler-than-average sea surface temperatures and above-average wind shear"

2013 Atlantic hurricane season - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

hopefully the science of forecasting continues to improve with accumulated knowledge. Mistakes are often the best learning tool.
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some alternative theories other than co2 driven climate change

dubious manipulation
HAARP.net - The Military's Pandora's Box by Dr. Nick Begich and Jeane Manning

magnetic shift
Earth's Magnetic Field Flip Could Happen Sooner Than Expected - Scientific American

The earth's magnetic field impacts climate//Viewzone

solar activity
Tiny Sun Activity Changes Affect Earth's Climate | Solar Sunspot Cycle
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