Blame it on...
Does anyone know why much of the Southeast is suffering from a drought? hno:
Also, there is a persistent area of high pressure that seems to block many of the storms away from the Southeast. If you have noticed lately, most of the rain has been falling in the Midwest and Great Lakes regions of the country. Perhaps we will start to see a rise in the amount of tropical moisture from the Gulf of Mexico, which in turn may help increase the probability for better rainfall chances in the desert Southeast.A strong La Nina which leads to below average rainfall in the southeast.
I have to agree with number 1. on this issue.1. High population growth exhausting water supplies
2. Global warming
Is anythig being done on this front? I feel the same way, but it seems like everyone thinks that Falls Lake will be sufficient to continue to support Raleigh for decades to come, eventhough our population is booming.we need a new resevior in Raleigh.