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The rain we had last night and also this morning was more than welcome, not in the least because with that rain the danger of grassfires, which had been huge during the last few weeks, has now lessened considerably. Let’s … Continue reading →
It’s truly horrible what’s going on at present in a large part of the Rocky Mountains and elsewhere in the US: all those raging wildfires, and a plume of smoke covering close to half of the lower 48 states and … Continue reading →
Dry Season: The Texas Drought of 2011 – Collective Vision | Photoblog for the Austin American-Statesman. We did have some rain during the last few days [4.25 inches total for December], but that does not by far compensate for the … Continue reading →
After a month-long extreme drought and many weeks of triple-digit temperatures and therefore dried-up vegetation, we’ve been experiencing high winds since yesterday, and all that combines – unfortunately – to create excellent conditions for widespread brush and grass fires that … Continue reading →