Friday, February 14, 2014

Historic weather = historic problems

Source: New York Times
Floodwaters surround a village in Somerset, England. Thousands of acres around Somerset have been under water for weeks, and flood levels are still rising. From: Matt Cardy/Getty Images

Source: Mother Jones
The remains of Cachuma Lake, the main water source for 200,000 people in southern Santa Barbara County.

So on one hand we have "Flood devastation as UK suffers worst winter rainfall in 250 years
Source - New York Times

While here in the States "California's Drought Could Be the Worst in 500 Years"

Wouldn't it be lovely to be able to teleport all of that extra water out of England and drop it in California, or another equally drought stricken area ?

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