Thursday nite at the Red House


Satch, Vai, and Johnson.

nite y’all

5 Responses

  1. Dangit!
    Just remembered, HAPPY BIRTHDAY U.S.ARMY, and also belatedly, HAPPY FLAG DAY, OLD GLORY!

  2. Bastardi and his team are basing the AccuWeather.com Summer Forecast in part on parallels they see to conditions that existed in the 1930s, 40s, and 50s. “During that time, torrid heat waves were common across the United States, and hurricanes attacked our coasts more frequently,” he said.

    “There is a very impressive resume of nasty weather events that occur whenever we see a transition from warmer-than-normal waters in the tropical Pacific to near normal or even cooler ocean temperatures, such as we’re seeing now,” added Bastardi. “The overwhelming majority of these events are hurricanes or extreme heat and, in about half of the years, both cause major disruptions.”

    While some may be quick to ascribe this summer’s potentially extreme weather conditions to global warming, Bastardi warns against this. “The weather events that occur in individual seasons don’t provide conclusive proof of global warming,” he said. “Also, conditions this summer will be similar to the summers of the 30s, 40s, and 50s, and no one attributes the severe weather that occurred then to human-induced global warming, particularly since we entered a period of cooler temperatures soon thereafter.”

    Joe Bastardi, Accuweather.

  3. Thanks for the ear candy.

  4. my pleasure 😎

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