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More Snow, Rain and Flooding Headed to California
Another powerful atmospheric river is heading Towards California, this time heading for the central and northern part of the state.
The Unprepared Often Fall Victim to Normalcy Bias
Some Californians thought, “We’ve had snow storms before and it’s always been fine. Therefore, it will be fine this time.” But it wasn't.
My Bees Make an Early Winter Comeback
Our bees are off to a strong start thanks to warm weather. That could be good or it could be bad, but it definitely requires management.
Things are Running Hot and Cold
Not only is the weather heating up, so is my life as everything gets busy at once. Still, I found a little time to prep.
“Relentless Parade of Cyclones” Strikes California
A wave of bomb cyclones is combining with an atmospheric river to send torrential rains and winds off the Pacific and into California.
After the Blizzard, a Comparative Heatwave
The blizzard behind us, the warm temperatures provide relief for people and livestock and a chance to do homestead chores.
The United States of the Unprepared
The vast majority of Americans are unprepared, making them easy victims for natural or man-made disasters. Will they learn from this recent blizzard?
Blizzard Kills Dozens, Causes Looting in Buffalo
Buffalo got hit harder by the blizzard than any other American city, but people also caused problems.
How we Survived the Christmas Weekend Blizzard
Temperatures here hit -4 with a windchill of -30. Then the power went out for 14 hours. Thankfully, we were prepared.
How to Keep your Water Pipes from Freezing
A once-in-a-generation storm is bring bitterly cold temperatures to 37 states over the next few days. Do you know how to keep your pipes from freezing?