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OLD NEWS: Tracking How our Idiot Behavior triggered New Global Weather damaging Land, Sky, depths of Sea, all Nature and humanity


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News about changing weather patterns and their effects on Nature and Man.
2 2 2 years 41 weeks ago
by Alex Wierbinski
Relevant events and information informing the advent of radical changes in conditions affecting backpacking planning.
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Important information for High Sierra Backpackers during 2016 hiking season.
5 5 1 year 39 weeks ago
by Alex Wierbinski
News and Information important to High Sierra Backpackers during 2015
5 8 2 years 10 weeks ago
by Alex Wierbinski
Important bits of timless information.
5 5 4 years 11 weeks ago
by Alex Wierbinski

Dedicated to observing and experiencing transitions of seasons and weather along the Sierra Crest between Lake Tahoe and Mount Whitney. Above: hiking North past Wolf Creek Lake after coming up the East Carson River from Carson Falls. In snow conditions.

1 1 8 years 4 weeks ago
by Alex Wierbinski
From the Frying Pan of a four-year drought into the fire of potential fierce tropical flooding from the most powerful El Nino in recorded history during the hottest year in human history.
1 1 2 years 10 weeks ago
by Alex Wierbinski
The most unusual seasons, and seasonal transitions in human memory and records.
1 1 2 years 48 weeks ago
by Alex Wierbinski
Notes and reports on the evolution of the Summer of 2013
2 2 4 years 30 weeks ago
by Alex Wierbinski
Winter into Spring 2013
2 3 1 year 14 weeks ago
by Alex Wierbinski
The strange "Winter" of 2011-2012
2 2 6 years 2 days ago
by Alex Wierbinski
Information on Trail conditions as they significantly change between Seasons: The opening in Spring, the end of Mosquitoes in Summer, and the advent of cold travel in Fall, through snow travel in Winter. Changes are tracked here.
3 15 6 years 31 weeks ago
by topperxxx
Information to plan your Fall 2011 Sierra Nevada backpacking trips
3 5 4 years 43 weeks ago
by Alex Wierbinski
Reports on High Sierra Trail Conditions Summer 2011
1 1 6 years 26 weeks ago
by Alex Wierbinski
All Season High Sierra Trail Reports Earlier than Spring 2011
1 1 6 years 41 weeks ago
by Alex Wierbinski

Dampened quiet settles with snow and darkness, Carson Falls, April 2000.

Weather Images from the High Sierra Nevada Mountains from Tahoe to Whitney on the Pacific Crest, Tahoe to Yosemite, and John Muir Trails.

9 9 4 years 29 weeks ago
by Alex Wierbinski
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Environmental News May 5 to 7, 2014 0 3 years 41 weeks ago
by Alex Wierbinski
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NOAA: Globe had eighth warmest August on record 0 6 years 22 weeks ago
by Alex Wierbinski
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News: Climate Information Update Sept 2012 0 6 years 22 weeks ago
by Alex Wierbinski
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Researchers predict extreme summertime temperatures to become a regular occurrence 0 6 years 23 weeks ago
by Alex Wierbinski
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NOAA: U.S. experiences second warmest summer on record 0 6 years 23 weeks ago
by Alex Wierbinski
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NOAA hurricane outlook indicates an above-normal Atlantic season 0 6 years 40 weeks ago
by Alex Wierbinski
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