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Megastorms Could Drown Massive Portions of California

 
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Huge flows of vapor in the atmosphere, dubbed "atmospheric rivers," have unleashed massive floods every 200 years, and climate change could bring more of them. [link to www.scientificamerican.com]
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They call it "El Nino." It does happen from time to time.
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They had to go into climate change hoax...

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They had to go into climate change hoax...

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with chemtrails, it's a self fulfilling prophecy
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They call it "El Nino." It does happen from time to time.
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Every 200 years?
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Truckee River to reach major flood stage Sunday morning

Truckee River hit 3.27 ft after Friday's rainfall. On Sunday it is expected to reach 7.8 ft. Flood stage is 4.5 ft.

[link to water.weather.gov]
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Truckee River to reach major flood stage Sunday morning

Truckee River hit 3.27 ft after Friday's rainfall. On Sunday it is expected to reach 7.8 ft. Flood stage is 4.5 ft.

[link to water.weather.gov]
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Tremendous Flood Damage For Residents.
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Truckee River to reach major flood stage Sunday morning

Truckee River hit 3.27 ft after Friday's rainfall. On Sunday it is expected to reach 7.8 ft. Flood stage is 4.5 ft.

[link to water.weather.gov]
 Quoting: tarfonwxx


Tremendous Flood Damage For Residents.
 Quoting: smilesun


And more on the way, OP



Second California storm brings intense rain, flood warnings


5:20 PM, Nov 30, 2012

A flash flood watch will remain in effect for most of the San Francisco Bay Area extending to the Santa Cruz Mountains throughout the weekend. A constant barrage of downpours could lead to standing water and overflowing drains, said Diana Henderson, a forecaster with the National Weather Service in Monterey.

The North Bay was seemingly hit the hardest, as parts of Sonoma County received more than 7 inches of rain and areas in Napa County received nearly 6 inches, Henderson said.

[link to www.visaliatimesdelta.com]

Third Storm On The Way To California

Posted by: Shaun Tanner, 7:04 AM GMT on December 01, 2012

A lot of rain fell north of San Francisco, with some of the higher elevations receiving upwards of 10 inches of rain on Thursday/Friday.

There was so much rainfall that the typically flood-prone Russian and Navarro Rivers were threatening to burst their banks once again.

Next storm set for Sunday

Saturday will be far from dry as showery weather is likely for many areas of Northern California.

However, the main event will hit California Sunday with more heavy rain and possibly another 7+ inches in the higher elevations. This rain is what could put flood-prone rivers above flood stage.

[link to www.wunderground.com]
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Truckee River to reach major flood stage Sunday morning

Truckee River hit 3.27 ft after Friday's rainfall. On Sunday it is expected to reach 7.8 ft. Flood stage is 4.5 ft.

[link to water.weather.gov]
 Quoting: tarfonwxx


Tremendous Flood Damage For Residents.
 Quoting: smilesun


And more on the way, OP



Second California storm brings intense rain, flood warnings


5:20 PM, Nov 30, 2012

A flash flood watch will remain in effect for most of the San Francisco Bay Area extending to the Santa Cruz Mountains throughout the weekend. A constant barrage of downpours could lead to standing water and overflowing drains, said Diana Henderson, a forecaster with the National Weather Service in Monterey.

The North Bay was seemingly hit the hardest, as parts of Sonoma County received more than 7 inches of rain and areas in Napa County received nearly 6 inches, Henderson said.

[link to www.visaliatimesdelta.com]

Third Storm On The Way To California

Posted by: Shaun Tanner, 7:04 AM GMT on December 01, 2012

A lot of rain fell north of San Francisco, with some of the higher elevations receiving upwards of 10 inches of rain on Thursday/Friday.

There was so much rainfall that the typically flood-prone Russian and Navarro Rivers were threatening to burst their banks once again.

Next storm set for Sunday

Saturday will be far from dry as showery weather is likely for many areas of Northern California.

However, the main event will hit California Sunday with more heavy rain and possibly another 7+ inches in the higher elevations. This rain is what could put flood-prone rivers above flood stage.

[link to www.wunderground.com]
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is a war report ! The army was alerted?

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Here in South Lake Tahoe the wind is blowing a steady 35mph. Gusts have been over 55mph! Its been windy up here before, but not like this. Storm coming in tonight on into Sunday is supposed to contain lightning, heavy rain, and very strong winds. So far everything is holding together. Could change rapidly though. Jetstream winds aloft are over 130mph! If that jetstream dips down toward the ground more it would change things in a hurry! We'll see. In the mean time, HODE-DON!
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Truckee River to reach major flood stage Sunday morning

Truckee River hit 3.27 ft after Friday's rainfall. On Sunday it is expected to reach 7.8 ft. Flood stage is 4.5 ft.

[link to water.weather.gov]
 Quoting: tarfonwxx


Tremendous Flood Damage For Residents.
 Quoting: smilesun


And more on the way, OP



Second California storm brings intense rain, flood warnings


5:20 PM, Nov 30, 2012

A flash flood watch will remain in effect for most of the San Francisco Bay Area extending to the Santa Cruz Mountains throughout the weekend. A constant barrage of downpours could lead to standing water and overflowing drains, said Diana Henderson, a forecaster with the National Weather Service in Monterey.

The North Bay was seemingly hit the hardest, as parts of Sonoma County received more than 7 inches of rain and areas in Napa County received nearly 6 inches, Henderson said.

[link to www.visaliatimesdelta.com]

Third Storm On The Way To California

Posted by: Shaun Tanner, 7:04 AM GMT on December 01, 2012

A lot of rain fell north of San Francisco, with some of the higher elevations receiving upwards of 10 inches of rain on Thursday/Friday.

There was so much rainfall that the typically flood-prone Russian and Navarro Rivers were threatening to burst their banks once again.

Next storm set for Sunday

Saturday will be far from dry as showery weather is likely for many areas of Northern California.

However, the main event will hit California Sunday with more heavy rain and possibly another 7+ inches in the higher elevations. This rain is what could put flood-prone rivers above flood stage.

[link to www.wunderground.com]
 Quoting: IssueX


is a war report ! The army was alerted?
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wouldn't be surprised. California is filled with people on antidepressants and other prescription. if they're not able to get those things it would be some fucked up chaos.
"What you perceive to be becomes your reality."

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Here in South Lake Tahoe the wind is blowing a steady 35mph. Gusts have been over 55mph! Its been windy up here before, but not like this. Storm coming in tonight on into Sunday is supposed to contain lightning, heavy rain, and very strong winds. So far everything is holding together. Could change rapidly though. Jetstream winds aloft are over 130mph! If that jetstream dips down toward the ground more it would change things in a hurry! We'll see. In the mean time, HODE-DON!
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