The Worst Drought in 128 Years! Drought Contingency Rules are taking place all across America. And Water is now more Precious than ever.

First of all, I want to take the time to share something with you. It’s pictures I took of small flowers blooming while the outside temperature was 103. The ground carries more water or moisture because the green area is caused above my lateral bed for my Dual Tank Septic System. And there weren’t any anywhere else on the surrounding one acre.

Areas of the United States are not in an extreme Drought. No, they are in an Exceptional Extreme Drought. Some Areas are the Driest in 128 years. Did you Read that? 128 Years! And Oddly, some Areas are getting Hammered with Strong Storms. But these Storms are far worse than any in the past. Winds are being recorded at incredible speeds. Some in the + or – of 100-mph wind speeds. Hurricane Speeds!

Ponds drying up. Rivers drying up. Water Tables drying up. And then what Happens? Your water dries up and then everyone fights for Food? Food accelerates to a possible $100 or higher price for what once cost $10. And then what?

The entire Social Structure collapses in on itself. And fighting, raiding goes into full swing. And where do we go from there?

UKRAINE is fertile rich and gets lots of water. But where are you going? To find yourself Some food, you Fool. And we’ll all be Fools by then. And violent food fights will erupt. Soup lines will explode. And everyone will Ask, what can I do?

Simple-God’s Office is Open 24/7 every day. And MESSAGE TO EVANGELICALS! Get off your High Horses and Quit Preaching Politics in your Pulpit. Teach what God wants you to Preach and not what the Church Board says to say. God gets pissed just like People. And God’s not someone to be Pissing-Off if I were YOU.

WMO Global Producing Centers for Long Range Forecasts indicate that there is about a 70% chance of the current La Niña conditions extending into boreal summer 2022, and about 50-60% during July-September 2022.

https://public.wmo.int/en/media/press-release/stubborn-la-ni%C3%B1a-persists

Geneva, 10 June 2022 – There is a high probability that the ongoing protracted La Niña event, which has affected temperature and precipitation patterns and exacerbated drought and flooding in different parts of the world, will continue until at least August and possibly to the northern hemisphere fall and start of winter. This is according to a new Update from the World Meteorological Organization.

Not what you wanted to Read was it? Nope, not hardly.

Some long-lead predictions even suggest that it might persist into 2023. If so, it would only be the third “triple-dip La Niña” (three consecutive northern hemisphere winters of La Niña conditions) since 1950, according to WMO.

La Niña refers to the large-scale cooling of the ocean surface temperatures in the central and eastern equatorial Pacific Ocean, coupled with changes in the tropical atmospheric circulation, namely winds, pressure and rainfall. It usually has the opposite impacts on weather and climate as El Niño, which is the warm phase of the so-called El Niño Southern Oscillation (ENSO).

The main culprit of the intense 2011 dryness was La Niña, a weather pattern where the surface temperatures are cooler in the Pacific. This in turn creates drier, warmer weather in the southern U.S. (You may also know her counterpart, El Niño, which generally has the opposite effect.) La Niña sticks around for a year, sometimes longer, and tends to return once every few years. (The last La Niña was in 2007, but it was a much lighter one.)

An El Niño weather patten was predicted to bring some relief to the state in the winter of 2012-2013, but it failed to appear. The state climatologist predicted abnormally dry weather and higher than average temperatures through summer 2013, which could make the drought worse than the drought of record in the 1950s.

In February 2013, the state climatologist told the Texas Legislature that high temperatures related to climate change have exacerbated the drought. He said that the state’s average temperature has increased by an average of about 2 degrees Fahrenheit since the 1970s.

https://stateimpact.npr.org/texas/tag/drought/

But if you are Instructed to follow Drought Condition Instructions, then do it. Just do it. It’s okay. Because if you don’t and you cause your Wells to run dry, then shame on you.

Dry Water Wells aren’t fun. They never come back when they try up.