July in the USA max temp graph looks like the 1930s (but not quite as warm).
Kinda looks like the AMO
The AMO for each month as of Dec 2015. Some months the AMO is still high. Some it is low.
This graph compares Anomaly Percent (ie if the anomaly is 1,000,000 sq km and the mean is 10,000,000 the value would be 10%)
Update: Experimental Graph Removed until I can fix my code.
Update 2: Experimental Graph 2:
Antarctic Ice Extent Anomaly vs Arctic Ice Extent Anomaly vs AMO vs PDO from 2010
(Arctic is anomalies. I will try other values later)
It was in perfect synch for a while.
South / North
Sep/Oct/Nov/Dec only go up to 2014 of course. 2005 was the peak AMO (approximately).
And its downhill to same kind of late 70s cold that made people think a new ice age was coming.
The good news. It should be another 25 years to reach bottom. The bad news. 2005 style warmth is 60 years away.
The AMO syncs up with climate change very nicely. This is just a view I like. The deepest blue sections are the 1970s.
1978/79 was the coldest winter in US history.
Michael Reagan states the obvious:
In response to the shortage of water, the California Water Resources Board wants to institute a punitive fine of $500/day for people it calls “water hogs.”
But I think Thomas Del Beccaro, writing in Forbes, has a better idea: Let’s fine the board for failing to do its job over the last 40 years.
He explains, “California is the most populated state in the Union, with more than 38 million people. Its population was just under 20 million in 1970, when the bulk of its current water storage and delivery systems were already built. In other words, the California governments have done very little to significantly increase water supplies in over 40 years, even though its population has doubled during that period of time.”
Instead of realizing that “water” was its middle name, the board has been made captive by enviro-Nazis who think people in general are the enemy. Rather than build dams and reservoirs to keep up with a growing population, state government has preferred to depend on the kindness of clouds to provide water for taxpayers.
Then the clouds stopped being kind.
Felicia Marcus, chairman of the water board, exemplifies the arrogant, buck-passing mentality of its members: “I like to say, having a browning lawn and a dirty car is a badge of honor.”
No Felicia, the dead grass and filthy car are the result of a do-nothing board that should be thrown out on its ear.