Political map / weather map

Posted on | July 30, 2009 | No Comments

threats_small WEATHER is wild. Water policy is dictated by state. This map is as quick an explanation as any as to why congressional delegates from California and Oregon are pushing for a Comprehensive Integrated Water Policy, to be headed by a water czar. More on that after reading a wad of water and energy bills that passed this week and trying to figure out what is happening in the absence of a water czar, or if a water czar would bring any over-arching reason to these bills and their spend-a-thon.

In the meantime, to be taken to the National Weather Service Climate Prediction Center, click on the heat wave in Oregon.

To be taken to the weekly drought map, a new version of which was published Thursday, click here.

This post has been updated on Friday, July 31st, to account for the delay in reporting on the import of the movement of the stage armies involved in last Tuesday’s “National Water Policy Event.”

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