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Minnesota, July, 2021: Drier and Deeper in Drought

(Drought conditions in Minnesota. (July 6, 2021)) My part of Stearns County, Minnesota, had moderate drought back in mid-June. This week’s map promoted us to severe drought. Maybe the map’s drought data included the 38 hundredths of an inch we … Continue reading

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Blue Sky, Tan Grass, Second COVID-19 Shot and Fever

Experiencing drought in Minnesota, side effects of my second COVID-19 shot, a quick review of this mRNA vaccine, and reasons I do not miss the good old days. Continue reading

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Cyclone Tauktae, COVID-19 and the Siloam Lesson

This week hasn’t been a good time for India. Statistics say Tuesday was their worst day yet for COVID-19 pandemic deaths. It’s also when the worst cyclone of recorded so far hit India’s west coast. There’s quite a bit going … Continue reading

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Another Storm

(Like the song says, “Oh, the weather outside is frightful….”) There’s a Winter Storm Warning in progress this afternoon, which may become a blizzard if the storm sidesteps a tad. Either way, it’s not a day to go for a … Continue reading

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