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Severe Weather and the Economic Impact
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By popular demand, this thread is intended for discussion of severe weather events and any related economic impact.

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5419Since it has not happened before in the time since we started keeping records, ILoneClone-last Saturday
5418'Well, just coming to an end is a record-setting fall drought, fortunately mOld_Sparky-last Saturday
5417As you may recall, we had an unprecedented spring drought in southern BC earlierLoneClone-last Friday
5416I was at Tahoe yesterday turning on my winter heat to avoid the frozen pipe syndDrygulch Dan-November 3
5415Dan Just curious, was the dry adiabatic lapse rate something you and Weir mulledjohnlw-November 2
5414As someone famously said 40 years ago " Let the virtue signaling eastern bOld_Sparky-November 2
5413Thanks, that was really interesting. Lest you misconstrue me, I would be very hLoneClone-November 2
5412Your post was highly inappropriate for this collegial board. While you are contLoneClone-November 2
5411Big storm in Quebec -- lots of flooding and more than a million (!) homes withouOld_Sparky-November 1
5410Big storm in Quebec -- lots of flooding and more than a million (!) homes withouLoneClone-November 1
5409With regard to snow in the mountains you have to consider dry adiabatic lapse raDrygulch Dan-November 1
5408What happens if, of maybe better when, when the snow packs disappear from the moLoneClone1November 1
5407This is rather wild speculation with very little logic to support it. consider Drygulch Dan1November 1
5406Much of Florida, the Carolimas, and the Gulf Coast will likely also become unlivLoneClone-October 31
5405There’s room for you guys too! Bring em all down, we’ve got sun, ya’ll can die eDrygulch Dan-October 31
5404Thanks EK Vicious cycle to break. I have a friend who was involved in forestry johnlw-October 31
5403Thx Dan The scale of development is hard to fathom from afar. Vacationing there,johnlw-October 31
5402JW, Here's an interesting article pointing out one aspect of California'EL KABONG!!!1October 30
5401There has been a long term trend in CA population going back to post WWII. At fiDrygulch Dan-October 29
5400My father and stepmother live in San Diego. The other they started to prepare foLoneClone-October 28
5399Dan Whats your take on this latest wildfire disaster in California? Are these hojohnlw-October 28
5398Medicane headed for Egypt and Israel... msn.com EK!!!EL KABONG!!!1October 26
5397It's been quite the morning in SW BC today. We are coming out of a week of LoneClone-October 25
5396That's fine,you can keep the pacific hose lol. We had a real soaker maybe 2 Benny-Rubin-October 17
5395Here in southern BC we are back in a familiar place for this time of year; the ALoneClone-October 16
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