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1 OROVILLE DAM UpDate! on Sun Feb 19, 2017 1:12 am



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Californian "bombogenesis" or "weather bomb" HEADS NORTH! Oroville Dam residents alert to possible second evacuation leaves 5 dead

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Oroville Dam residence react to possible second evacuation with storm approaching as the fierce storm, dubbed "bombogenesis" or "weather bomb", has eased in southern California, while pressing on further north in the US state.
Forecasters warned residents in the north, including San Francisco, to expect more heavy rain on Sunday.
Torrential rain, flash floods and mud slides wreaked havoc on Friday and early Saturday, killing at least five people.
Metrologists said it was the worst storm to hit California in years, reports the BBC.
Southern California cleaned up on Saturday after its biggest storm in years unleashed a wave of rain and snow that killed at least five people and triggered flooding, mudslides, high winds and power outages, officials said.

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Vital highways and railways were shut down and sinkholes opened on main roads under the heaviest rainfall in the drought-stricken region in at least five years, according to the National Weather Service.
In one of wettest spots near Santa Barbara, over 10 inches (25 cm) of rain fell on Friday with several other stations in Southern California reporting at least 9 inches (23 cm), said meteorologist Patrick Burke of the Weather Prediction Center.
"It's been a very active winter and rainy season for the entire state of California," Burke said.
"They needed that because of the drought. But sometimes droughts end with a flood and we've gone from one extreme to the other."
Parts of Southern California have been the slowest to exit the drought.
But the state's reservoirs are 22 percent more full than the average, according to the California Department of Water Resources.

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Since Oct. 1, downtown Los Angeles has received more than 18 inches (46 cm) of rain, which is higher than the total annual average of just less than 15 inches.
By Saturday afternoon, the storm had moved east into Nevada and Arizona.
Northern California will be walloped with more rain and snow beginning on Sunday, with 4 to 8 inches (10 cm to 20 cm) of precipitation expected in the coastal mountains, Burke said.
Meanwhile, utility crews worked to restore electricity to tens of thousands of customers affected by power outages throughout the Los Angeles area on Saturday.
One man died on Friday after he was electrocuted by a downed wire, the Los Angeles Fire Department said.

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Another person was found dead in a submerged vehicle in Victorville, about 85 miles (137 km) northeast of Los Angeles, fire officials said.

And the body of a man was discovered on Saturday morning in a creek in Thousand Oaks, 40 miles (64 km) west of downtown Los Angeles, after he was swept away by floodwaters, the Ventura County Sheriff's Office said.
The storm also brought unusually strong winds.
At the Port of Los Angeles, gusts as high as 75 miles per hour (121 km/h) were recorded on Friday. Amtrak railroad service was suspended from Los Angeles north to San Luis Obispo on Saturday due to extreme weather conditions, according to the transportation service's website.

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5 Re: OROVILLE DAM UpDate! on Mon Feb 20, 2017 9:39 pm



Published on Feb 20, 2017
As of 5pm Monday San Francisco had passed the yearly aveage for rainfall. Heavy Rains and Winds Blasting California and Oregon. Flood Waters are Rising as Dam Levels Rise. Our Website, http://www.BPEarthWatch.Com
National Weather Service Warnings,
California Reservoirs,


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Published on Feb 20, 2017
Feb. 20, 2017: *Update on the current state of historic affairs currently underway in California. San Joaquin River looks to break 1997 flood height...easily. #CAFlood

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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.

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.

Sacramento 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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