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New NOAA Report Examines Climate Conditions

New NOAA Report Examines Climate Conditions

 –Warmer & Saltier Ocean The lead character of the 2011 climate story was a double dip La Niña, which chilled the Pacific at the start and end of the year.…

NOAA Sees El Nino More Likely

NOAA Sees El Nino More Likely

In their July 9 weekly posting, NOAA’s Climate PredictionCenter says”  chances increase for El Nino beginning July-September”  in their latest update. The oceanic heat content anomalies (average temperatures in the…

June Was Cooler For Much Of California

June Was Cooler For Much Of California

  Scorching Temps Fuel Drought in Midwest Much of central and northern California experienced slightly cooler than normal temperatures in June according of to Climate Tracker(see map). The map indicates…

Taxable Sales/Fuel Sales In California Signal Economic Growth

Taxable Sales/Fuel Sales In California Signal Economic Growth

2011 First Quarter Increased 9.0%; 2012 First Quarter Estimate Up 9.3% Sacramento – In the first quarter of 2011, taxable sales in California rose 9.0 percent compared to the previous…

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