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The Big Wobble-LOOK AT THE PHOTOS, DAM FAILING, MORE RAIN

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Post by Lobo Tue 21 Feb 2017, 4:46 pm


A magnitude 4.2 quake was registered just 50 miles north west of stricken Oroville Dam! Lake Oroville is brimming once again with water from recent storms.
Posted: 21 Feb 2017 01:43 AM PST
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A magnitude 4.2 quake was registered just 50 miles north west of Sacramento this morning which is uncomfortably close to the stricken and full to capacity Oroville Dam as The Sacramento Bee reports Reservoirs feeding Lake Oroville are filled to brim as more rain rolls in.
In fact, all of the nine reservoirs in the Feather River watershed that feed directly into Lake Oroville are brimming with water from recent storms.
A tense flood watch is developing in the San Joaquin River community with flashbacks of past floods setting in and the river gathering in speed and height, county emergency officials have told low-lying residents of the club to be ready to evacuate. Those closest to the levee have packed their bags and set up ground pumps to force the water creeping up to their homes into a lake.
The SFGATE is reporting San Francisco's total rainfall surpassed normal for a full season as of 5 a.m. Monday.
Average rainfall for a season, running October 1 to September 31, is 23.65 inches.
S.F. had seen 24.38 inches as of this morning. The total reached this benchmark after a moisture-packed storm driven by an atmospheric river walloped Northern California. The City by the Bay received nearly an inch in 24 hours.
It's nearly impossible to exaggerate this milestone after five seasons marked by drought and below-average rainfall. "We haven't even reached rainfall in an entire season in five years," said Jan Null, a meteorologist with Golden Gate Weather Services. "The fact that we've gotten there in the middle of February is noteworthy."
A series of weather systems known as atmospheric rivers have blasted Northern California since the start of the year, resulting in impressive rainfall totals around the Bay Area.
These plumes of vapor originate in the Pacific, and collect tropical moisture as they travel across the ocean. Upon making landfall, they turn on like fire hoses, spewing rain and snow.

Northern California typically sees one or two atmospheric rivers in the winter. This year they've hit in rapid succession and the region has had at least five.


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50 people have died in Afghanistan in three days bringing the total to 239 with 214 wounded 520 houses destroyed due to recent storms
Posted: 20 Feb 2017 12:28 PM PST
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As many as 50 people have died in storms over the past three days in Afghanistan, including 25 shepherds lost in a blizzard, a government disaster management official said on Monday.
Also among the dead were 11 people killed in separate incidents in roof collapses in heavy rain in Kabul province, said Omar Mohammadi, a spokesman for the Afghanistan National Disaster Management Agency. Another 44 people were hurt in weather-related accidents.
On Sunday, U.S. Defense Secretary Jim Mattis said the bad weather had forced him to scrap a visit to Afghanistan.
Amid a war that has displaced hundreds of thousands of people, the United Nations estimates that more than 9 million Afghans are in need of humanitarian aid, including basic food and housing.
The deprivation has been exacerbated by bad weather that has taken a heavy toll, especially in remote areas.
"At least 239 people have been killed and 214 wounded during the past two months of heavy snow and rain in 22 provinces of Afghanistan," Mohammadi said.
More than 520 houses were destroyed and about 420 damaged over the same period, he added.
Last week A number of avalanches caused by unprecedented snow storms in Afghanistan and Pakistan over the weekend have claimed 107 lives with many more injured and almost 200 homes destroyed along with the death of hundreds of livestock.
Dozens more are missing.


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Breaking News: Oroville Dam spillway has been compromised and is breaking up: Whole section of concrete has been washed away and huge cracks appearing.
Posted: 20 Feb 2017 09:12 AM PST
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Live streaming of the Oroville Dam is suggesting the spillway has been compromised and a whole section of concrete has been washed away.
A large breach can be seen in the concrete slipway with a huge crack opening up further down
Residents are nervously watching the Oroville Dam and have packed their bags prepared to evacuate again if necessary.
Another area of concern is the Don Pedro reservoir, which officials said was at 98 percent capacity on Sunday. The reservoir captures water from the Tuolumne River.
In Stanislaus County, where the Don Pedro Reservoir is forecast to reach capacity by Tuesday, authorities are warning residents along the Tuolumne River 45 miles away in Modesto to consider evacuating voluntarily until the flood danger is past.


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Sacramento Bee.com claims the town of Maxwell is flooded and two stretches of Interstate 5 north of Williams were barely passable because of encroaching waters. Roads throughout the region were closed from flooding and mudslides. Reclamation districts patrolled levees, monitoring boils and sandbagging.
In Colusa County, the Sheriff’s Office blamed local creeks and canals for the widespread flooding “due to the overabundance of water the last 24 hours” and announced “voluntary evacuations for those who felt their safety was at risk.”
Another Northern California reservoir is at full capacity as a new "Weather Bomb" is pounding the area: Flooding is inevitable as another 6 inches of rain expected.
Storms will resume their track across the region following a brief break from heavy precipitation to start the weekend.

Precipitation will become more widespread and heavy throughout Monday, with the heaviest rain expected to slam Northern California.




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Britain is enjoying one of its warmest winter days ever as the jet stream is pulling warm air from the Caribbean: Air temperatures to 18C, 65F.
Posted: 20 Feb 2017 08:05 AM PST
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Britain is enjoying one of its warmest winter days ever as the jet stream is pulling warm air from the Caribbean sending air temperatures to 18C, 65F.
Kew Gardens in London hits 65F (18.3C), making it the hottest February 20th on record
It is the seventh warmest winter day on record but most areas are beneath drizzly skies
The warm air has left the UK enjoying warmer weather than most Mediterranean countries.
The brief respite from winter is thanks to a bulge of high pressure pushing the jet stream further north than usual, but this will change to rain, wind and even snow flurries for northern areas the week goes on.

An unusually mild start saw 55F (13C) in Aberdeen at 3am today - far above the 32F (0F) that would be normal for the time of year, while Cranfield in Bedfordshire hit 63F (17C) and Rhyl in North Wales had 61F (16C) this morning.
Today is the hottest February 20 on record, with the previous high of 62.3F (17.1C) seen in 1998 at Prestatyn in Denbighshire, North Wales.
Only six dates between December 1 and February 28 have ever recorded more than 64.9F (18.3C) since records began 160 years ago.
Britain’s record winter temperature is 67.5F (19.7C), set on February 13, 1998, in Greenwich, South East London, reports The Daily Mail.

However the warm spring weather will be replaced by next week with 50mph winds and rain.

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Another Northern California reservoir at full capacity as a new "Weather Bomb" set to hit the area: Flooding as another 6 inches of rain expected
Posted: 20 Feb 2017 03:55 AM PST
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Heavy rain and mountain snow will pound the northwestern United States early this week, with the most significant impacts targeting Northern California.
Storms will resume their track across the region following a brief break from heavy precipitation to start the weekend.
Precipitation will become more widespread and heavy throughout Monday, with the heaviest rain expected to slam Northern California.


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A widespread 2 to 6 inches of rain can fall across the San Francisco Bay region and part of the Sacramento Valley through Tuesday, with locally higher amounts possible across the foothills.
“While the storms will bring the risk of mudslides and avalanches, the greatest threat to lives and property will be from flooding,” AccuWeather Senior Meteorologist Alex Sosnowski said.
Evacuations may be ordered in some communities if the threat for flooding is imminent. This includes near Oroville Dam, where crews have been repairing a damaged emergency spillway that sparked fears of a major flooding disaster last weekend.
Another area of concern is the Don Pedro reservoir, which officials said was at 98 percent capacity on Sunday. The reservoir captures water from the Tuolumne River.
In Stanislaus County, where the Don Pedro Reservoir is forecast to reach capacity by Tuesday, authorities are warning residents along the Tuolumne River 45 miles away in Modesto to consider evacuating voluntarily until the flood danger is past.
“We have a team of deputies going out warning people about localized flooding,” said Lt. Mike Parker of the county Sheriff’s Department, adding that up to 200 people are most at risk.

Officials say they would send water through Don Pedro’s overflow spillway if the lake level hits 830 feet, a height it’s expected to reach in the next several days.

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