Articles Tagged With ‘Weather’




State of emergency throughout California

As heavy rain continues to thunder across California, Acting Governor Jerry Brown declared a state of emergency in five separate counties on Thursday, including Los Angeles, San Francisco, and Orange. Brown assumed authority with Gov. Schwarzenegger currently in Washington, D.C.... (Continue reading)

Rain. And more rain

Heavy rains, combined with rolling thunder and hail, continue to pound away on the Central Coast. PG&E meteorologist John Lindsey says steady rain will continue Thursday with another 2 to 3 inches of rain expected. A fourth storm front is... (Continue reading)

Storm Summary: Day two

Heavy rain and winds crisscrossed San Luis Obispo County Monday morning, disrupting power lines and creating power outages. Winds as strong as 80 m.p.h. were recorded. Highway 41 between Morro Bay and Atascadero closed for part of the afternoon due... (Continue reading)

Major storms approaching

County emergency officials are warning of "a very serious, strong weather series of events next week." Based on data from the National Weather Service in Oxnard and PG&E meteorologist John Lindsey, they expect a series of storms to hit the... (Continue reading)

The climate change challenge

BY DR. RAY WEYMANN In a recent essay on this web site, (“The Climate Change Hoax”), Matt Kokkonen correctly calls attention to three facts regarding climate change and global warming and manages to draw erroneous conclusions from each of them:... (Continue reading)

Brrrrr! Why we live in California

If you need a reminder as to why you live in California, despite the high property taxes and the huge budget deficit, check out today’s national weather map. [Plymouth State Weather Center] 13 degrees in Chicago, 13 below in Omaha,... (Continue reading)