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    Denmark is getting warmer and the sun has a lot of power at the moment. The better days are 15 degrees C but there's still sub-zero temperatures some nights

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    Quote Originally Posted by cliveh View Post
    With regards to bad weather, I often think of this wonderful shot by Robert Doisneau.

    https://www.google.co.uk/search?q=Ro...ml%3B326%3B400
    That's one of my favorites. I had a calendar of pictorialist images last year and that was in it.

    Also dry here, too. We didn't get much snow either, so the drought continues. We're about to head into storm season, though. I'm not looking forward to big storms and tornado warnings.

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    Some rain fell at SeaTac (the regional airport that collects the official statistics for Seattle) this morning.

    That officially puts us over the top as the single wettest March on record ever. We've had something like three times the normal rainfall. It has rained just about every day this month. One thing I don't worry much about is using water to wash film and prints.

    All of those global warming heads-in-the-sand deniers? Better pull your heads out so you don't drown. The water table here is rising. Warmer air holds more water, and on average rainfall increases. Along with storm frequency and severity.

    Although previous logging appears to be an aggravating factor, this month's non-stop rainfall was the triggering factor for this tragic event about 30 miles (48 km) north of me.

    I've driven on Highway 530 around that very bend in the North Stillaguamish River many times. A family friend was born and raised in Oso, and still has relatives there. (I hope...)

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    — Amanda Tomlin, Looking Glass Magazine, 2014

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    Here in the Windy City (Chicago) it's extremely windy and warm - 60's, but as usual, there's snow in the forcast.

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    Mid 40s here yesterday. It was the first day since October I didn't freeze my ass off and get snowed on.

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    Finally, So Cal is getting a bit of rain and, more importantly, the sierras are getting the snow we desperately need too. Not much, but we'll take what we can get.......
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    I read that a flurry of moderate earth quakes have been recorded in the Los Angeles area recently, a reminder of the notorious San Andreas fault. Has anyone been effected by these?

    “The contemplation of things as they are, without error or confusion, without substitution or imposture, is in itself a nobler thing than a whole harvest of invention”

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    Quote Originally Posted by cliveh View Post
    I read that a flurry of moderate earth quakes have been recorded in the Los Angeles area recently, a reminder of the notorious San Andreas fault. Has anyone been effected by these?
    They've been on a different fault, but as you say, a reminder. Where I am, about 50 miles away, I felt the first one. It was a sharp jolt, then some shaking with a rolling sensation, 8 or 10 seconds total.
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    I read that a flurry of moderate earth quakes have been recorded in the Los Angeles area recently, a reminder of the notorious San Andreas fault. Has anyone been effected by these?
    I've been through MANY quakes in So Cal and Alaska through the years. The one in El Centro a few years back on Thanksgiving Day and now this recent one along the Puenta Hills fault line definitely got my attention. It is my understanding that the San Andreas is a slip fault, meaning two sides moving in opposite directions. Where as the PH Fault line is a thrust fault, meaning two sides going up or down. Where I live I'm stuck right between the two. I'll just say the thrust fault ones seem a bit more violent. Sure glad I missed the 9.2 in Alaska by about 2 years of living up there after that one hit.
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