The US south west and California is facing relentless water problem as the lakes and waterways are shrinking to record level.
The Hoover dam hydro plant might even out of action soon if trend continue in the next few weeks ahead. I guess one can blame over development, over farming and having too many golf courses, besides uncaring politicians for this situation.
If you follow YouTube economists, you get variations where the US inflation is going.
Inflation - > more or permanent inflation (like the '70s)
Inflation -> hyperinflation (Dr. Doom)
Inflation -> stagflation (inflation without growth)
Inflation -> deflation (the US is already structured for deflation before Covid).
Inflation -> severe deflation (depends on how bad you want to put it)
Inflation scenario because the Feds is addicted to printing money.
Hyperinflation scenario because there is no brakes to printing money.
Deflation scenario because inflation is transitory and demand will drop unless you inject more stimulus.
Stagflation scenario in which not only will the demand drop, producers and suppliers will not drop their prices despite the demand drop.