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Storm Lucifer, yes folks "Storm Lucifer!" to dump a further foot of rain on California this weekend as two small Earthquakes are recorded near Oroville Dam
Posted: 17 Feb 2017 01:35 AM PST
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As Major Pacific Storm Lucifer, yes folks, “Storm Lucifer,” Aims for Southern California On Friday and Saturday, engineers are frantically reducing the outflow from Lake Oroville as Storm Lucifer is set to dump up to a foot of rain over the early part of the weekend.
The next name on the Southern California Weather Force list is Lucifer; he’ll certainly pack a major punch.  With areas Ventura north and westward starting as early as Thursday, the strongest effects will be on Friday for the metros and high desert areas and Saturday in the Eastern Deserts.  The SCWF Flood Watch is in place, reports Southern Californian Weather Force.
Two small Earthquakes were recorded near Lake Oroville in the last 24 hrs. which appear to be a result of the fast lake level changes, and the subsequent release of pressure from water weight, reports WUWT.
The reservoir exceeded its capacity over the weekend, which sent water overflowing into an unlined, emergency spillway. That overflow sent soil, rock and forest debris into the Feather River below.
More than 100,000 residents south of the dam remain under an evacuation advisory and should be prepared to flee to higher ground should the dam overflow and the spillways collapse, authorities said, reports The LA Times.
Yet another storm is going to hit the area early next week.
The stricken Oroville Dam is in for more torrential rain as the jet stream will continuously pound California over the next ten days and bring huge amounts of moisture from the Pacific Ocean into the state.
The dam will take a direct hit as the jet stream pounds California.
After five years of a miserable drought, incredible amounts of rain have piled up in just two months across low-lying areas of the state, mountains of snow have accumulated in the higher elevations of the Sierra Nevada Mountains and much more is to come over the next 10 days.
Since the beginning of the year California has received over 200% above what is normal for this time of the year with much more to come in the next ten days
A storm arrived on Wednesday night witch will continue into Thursday with a second storm to California by the weekend.

The average annual rainfall of about 50 inches had already been overtaken with 68 inches in 2017 alone and another 12+ inches is possible over the next week-to-ten days, reports Anthony Watts, from wattsupwiththat.com.





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Nearly a half of one months rainfall in just one hour causes chaos in Sydney after thunderstorms dumped more than two month's worth of rain on the city.
Posted: 17 Feb 2017 12:24 AM PST
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Records tumble as nearly half of a months rain was dumped on Sydney in just one hour this week
Sydney has experienced a week of extreme rainfall and flooding after thunderstorms dumped more than two month's worth of rain on the city.
In just one hour on Tuesday morning, 48mm of rain fell in Marrickville, 45mm in Canterbury, and 35mm in Sydney's CBD.
This equalled the 48mm total that fell in January, with 32mm between 10.30 and 11am today and more than 50mm has fallen since 9am, making it the wettest day in Sydney since August 4 last year. Flooding was reported in Penrith, Parramatta, Wollongong, Campbelltown and Port Kembla, Marrickville, Zetland, Woollahra and Sydney's CBD. The State Emergency Service had to rescue 13 people trapped by floodwaters, mostly in Marrickville and Zetland.
An apartment building on Ewart Street in Marrickville was in danger of collapsing after a waterhole next to it filled up with water.
Seventeen residents have been evacuated but the threat has since eased and the building will be monitored overnight.

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Astonishing facts! Nearly 1,000 million trees in Colarado dead: Nearly one in every 14 standing trees! A casualty rate of 30% in the last 7 years
Posted: 16 Feb 2017 11:51 PM PST
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  • An estimated 834 million dead trees, many of them succumbing to two beetle epidemics
  • Nearly one in every 14 standing trees in Colorado forests is dead
  • That's a tree casualty increase of almost 30 percent in the last seven years
  • The new report notes that nearly 3.4 million acres across the state are affected by the pine beetle


Nearly one in every 14 standing trees in Colorado forests is dead, according to the latest report on the health of the state's wooded areas.
The study, released Wednesday by Colorado State Forest Service out of Colorado State University, calculated an estimated 834 million dead trees, many of them succumbing to two beetle epidemics. That's a tree casualty increase of almost 30 percent in the last seven years.
Summit County, on the White River National Forest, was a forest system hit extremely hard by the decades-long mountain pine beetle infestation.
Scores of lodgepole in the Dillon Ranger District remain in need of treatment.
That leaves the region at risk of significant fire danger.
The new report notes that nearly 3.4 million acres across the state are affected by the pine beetle - 143,000 acres of it in Summit dating to 1996.
Eagle County has lost 194,000 acres to the mountain pine beetle in that same span, and Routt saw 345,000 acres of logdepole destroyed.
The spruce beetle, meanwhile, has not been particularly impactful in Summit, taking out 1,600 acres of Engelmann spruce just below tree line in the last two decades and just 80 acres in 2016.
Eagle has lost 6,300 acres since '96, compared to 85,000 acres consumed in Routt.
The bug, which is still active, has been much more of a problem in the southwestern portion of the state, especially in the San Juans, but experts say Summit could still be next.
"We first saw it south of Breckenridge in 2015, and last year we've also seen it but in really low intensity," said Dan West, forest entomologist with the Colorado State Forest Service.
"It hasn't really picked up there yet, but it's not for lack of host type. For lack of a better term, Summit's just kind of in the doughnut hole.
However, we're anticipating it in the upcoming and future years to impact spruce there."
Such continued destruction is why the local Forest Service unit persists in its work on reducing the risk of forest fires through slash-pile removal, especially in wildland-urban interface, or WUI, areas where residences abut forest lands.
The Dillon Ranger District estimates 99 percent of Summit County resides in these zones, making fuel reduction work all the more important.
The Dillon District recently proposed a new WUI project in the vicinity of Montezuma Road, Frey Gulch north of Keystone, Keystone Gulch, Tenderfoot Mountain and along Swan Mountain Road. The lodgepole pine so vulnerable to mountain pine beetle makes up 74 percent of the forested area within this proposed Lower Snake project area.
"We try to utilize this treatment process where there is the most danger, and the areas most susceptible to catastrophic fire," added Bianchi, who studied forestry in college and is a certified silviculturist with focus on tree cultivation.
"The Lower Snake projects address this issue, as well as create more diversity in the landscape to make them more resilient."
The Colorado State Forest Service report is based off of aerial forest health reviews, field inspections and surveys of forest landowners.
But what can be seen high overhead isn't always the entire narrative about what's going on down below, where the dead and fallen may hide potential new life.
It's why Summit's Forest Health Task Force, a volunteer-driven group partnered with the nonprofit Friends of the Dillon Ranger District, heads out to observe and do some "ground truthing" and then reports that data to the local U.S. Forest Service district.
"We bring citizen-scientists out to monitor for regeneration and diversity both in plots that have been logged and areas that will be treated by the Forest Service," said Howard Hallman, task force president.
"Our longer-term goal is to involve citizens with their local forest, and to educate people about forest conditions locally, as well as provide scientifically-valid information that will help researchers better understand our forest."
The present amount of snow should reduce the effects of the spruce beetle if it does in fact come in droves to Summit.
This season's high levels of precipitation give Summit trees their best prospects for fending off the bug.
"With any luck, that great amount of snowpack will give them a fighting chance to shield an attack," said West.
"Tree defenses are closely tied to precipitation levels, and this should be a great year for it - as great as they're ever going to be."

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The stricken Oroville Dam in more danger as jet stream set to pound California for the next 10 days bringing torential rain
Posted: 16 Feb 2017 06:27 AM PST
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  • Jet stream to continuously pound California over the next ten days 
  • Since the beginning of the year California has received over 200% above what is normal for this time of the year with much more to come in the next ten days
  • The average annual rainfall of about 50 inches had already been overtaken with 68 inches in 2017 alone and another 6+ inches is possible over the next week-to-ten days

The stricken Oroville Dam is in for more torrential rain as the jet stream will continuously pound California over the next ten days and bring huge amounts of moisture from the Pacific Ocean into the state.
The dam will take a direct hit as the jet stream pounds California.

After five years of a miserable drought, incredible amounts of rain have piled up in just two months across low-lying areas of the state, mountains of snow have accumulated in the higher elevations of the Sierra Nevada Mountains and much more is to come over the next 10 days.
Below a chart showing the jet stream's head on collision with California bringing more than 6 inches of rain in the coming days.

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Since the beginning of the year California has received over 200% above what is normal for this time of the year with much more to come in the next ten days
A storm arrived on Wednesday night witch will continue into Thursday with a second storm to California by the weekend.
The average annual rainfall of about 50 inches had already been overtaken with 68 inches in 2017 alone and another 6+ inches is possible over the next week-to-ten days, reports Anthony Watts, from wattsupwiththat.com.
 

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Another fish Catastrophe! Millions of dead sardines wash up along kilometers of beach on Gulf of Nicoya Costa Rica
Posted: 16 Feb 2017 03:55 AM PST
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More than two kilometers of beach near Manzanillo, on the Gulf of Nicoya, were filled with dead fish Wednesday morning, authorities said. (Via MSP)
Disturbing images coming from Costa Rica's Gulf of Nicoya showed millions of dead sardines washed ashore near the coastal town of Manzanillo.
Preliminary online reports from various agencies including marine conservation group Fundacion MarViva say that the washed-up hordes of fish were seen for a few kilometers.
According to a Facebook post from MarViva, it seems only to be a sardine species that suffered the widespread deaths.
However, no exact cause for the incident is yet known.
The report said it is unlikely that the phenomenon was caused by chemical poisoning or that it has anything to do with warmer water temperatures in the Gulf of Nicoya, since a single species appears to have been affected.
"It's possible that this is related to the eating habits of the sardines," the MarViva announcement read. "Since they are herbivores, a mass mortality of this type could have something to do with the consumption of a toxic phytoplankton or algae that may have become more prevalent in the Gulf." Coast Guards and marine biologists arrived quickly on the scene to analyze the strange incident and take samples for researchers at the National University, a press release from the Public Security Ministry noted.
The officials scanned the 2.05-kilometer expanse in Manzanillo where the dead fish were seen on land and floating in water just above the Abangaritos River.
MarViva's announcement further recommended that people in the region refrain from eating sardines for the time being.
Recent appearances of dead fish in other parts of Latin America, such as Chile, have similarly puzzled marine biology experts.
Two weeks ago, a 20-meter-long blue whale washed up on the beach in Costa Rica's Santa Rosa National Park in Guanacaste.

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