Undocumented California Residents to Receive Financial Assistance for Flood Damage: State Allocates $95 Million In Aid
The state of California has announced a long-awaited program to provide financial assistance to undocumented residents who have been affected by recent months of storms and flooding.
Flood Watch Issued for the Carolinas For Memorial Weekend Centering Saturday, Including the Bike Race
National Weather Force has issued a Flood Watch for North Carolina, south into the eastern half of South Carolina effective Saturday, May 27th, 2023. An early surface tropical low will develop off the South Carolina coast today. This will move in over the day on Saturday, bringing in strong moisture influx to the eastern half of South Carolina northward up through most of North Carolina. This system will weaken over Eastern North Carolina on Sunday.
Early Tropical System to Develop Off Carolina Coast Memorial Weekend To Bring Flooding Concerns to Carolinas
An early surface tropical low will develop off the South Carolina coast by Friday. This will move in over the day on Saturday, bringing in strong moisture influx to the eastern half of South Carolina northward up through most of North Carolina. This system will weaken over Eastern North Carolina on Sunday.
Tragic Incident in Bengaluru: Infosys Techie Dies in Flooded Underpass
In a devastating incident that unfolded during heavy rainfall in Bengaluru, a young woman lost her life after her car became submerged in the flooded KR Circle underpass. The victim, identified as Bhanu Rekha, was a 22-year-old IT professional working at Infosys. The incident has sent shockwaves through the city and raised concerns about the safety measures in place during extreme weather conditions.
The weight of the city's skyscrapers is causing New York City to sink, according to recent studies
NYC's tall buildings and skyscrapers increase its vulnerability to sinking into the ocean, per new research. NYC is sinking at 1-2 mm/year while sea level rises, according to URI oceanologists and a USGS researcher.
Memories and Dreams Drenched Underwater: A Letter to My Friends Outside Louisiana
You come home from work on a rainy Friday afternoon ready to take it easy for the night. You’re excited to enjoy dinner with your spouse and two children while talking about the week’s highlights and your fun weekend plans.
Loving Louisiana: Rising Above the Flood Together
“REALLY, why would you move to Baton Rouge?” My dear friend Dana asked me in total shock “WHY would you leave a comfortable lifestyle here in North Carolina? What about your house? Your friends? This makes NO sense!” she said without blinking.
California's Yosemite National Park Faces Flood Threat Due to Snowpack Melting
This post includes content assisted by AI. Starting next Monday, three beloved campgrounds at California's Yosemite National Park - Lower and North Pines Campgrounds and the Housekeeping Camp - will be temporarily shut down due to imminent flood concerns.
Flood Watch Issued for Southeast to The Eastern Half of Texas, Today Through Wednesday, Centering Houston
National Weather Force has issued a Flood Watch for the Eastern half of Texas, effective today through Wednesday as a storm system out of the west moves in. A storm system out of the west is bringing in Gulf of Mexico moisture into the watch area this morning. As we move along the day, the Houston, Texas forecast zones will have increasing thunderstorms, some of them will have strong winds and large hail at times, giving it a marginal severe thunderstorm risk. Storms today will hang around that area for most of the day, but a break is expected overnight tonight, with a return of storms/flooding to the watch area for your Wednesday.
FINAL FORECAST: Storm System To Move Across Southern California Prompts Thunderstorm Watch; Maps Inside
On previous live forecasts, May 4th would be the center of the next storm system, which is currently moving toward the forecast area after having affected areas up north yesterday. This system will target Los Angeles County, Ventura County, and Santa Barbara County with the highest amount of rainfall and thunderstorm risks. I’ve issued a Thunderstorm Watch for these areas and for further details on rain, snow, and wind forecasts, read on …
Thunderstorm Watch Issued for Parts of Southern California for Thursday
Southern California Weather Force has issued a Thunderstorm Watch effective between 10pm tonight and early Thursday morning for Los Angeles, Ventura, and Santa Barbara County. A storm system west of California will rotate into Southern California overnight tonight, mainly on Thursday morning. A frontal zone associated with the system will move from west to east, maximizing across Los Angeles, Ventura, and Santa Barbara County, as far west as Vandenberg Space Force Base.
The Untold Story of the Worst Flood in Yosemite National Park's History: A Deeper Look
In the final days of 1996, a massive snowpack accumulated in Yosemite National Park, foreshadowing the largest flood in the park's history. The flood caused unprecedented destruction but also provided valuable insights into park management, leading to improvements in infrastructure and preparedness for future disasters. This article takes a deeper look at the events of the 1997 flood and how it has shaped the park in the years since.
Prepare for Flooding: Sierra Nevada Snowpack Melts and Increases Concerns
Water experts are keeping a close eye on the Sierra Nevada's rapidly increasing spring runoff, raising concerns about California's flooding. This winter's historic snowpack has accumulated a lot of snow in the mountains, with places already experiencing flooding in Central California.
DeSantis Requests Federal Aid for Fort Lauderdale Flood Victims
Florida Governor Ron DeSantis recently announced his intention to request federal aid from the Biden administration for the residents of Broward County, which experienced devastating flooding earlier this month due to record rainfall. DeSantis hopes to have the county declared a disaster area, a move that would unlock various forms of assistance for those affected by the floods.
Flooding and Drainage – Mandeville, LA
Email questions or comments to: email@example.com. Is it necessary for Mandeville to develop a comprehensive flood plan that covers all regions of the city and utilizes all available technologies, including underground drainage? The mayor believes that the focus should be on expanding and refurbishing the city hall, with an estimated cost of $6,000,000. However, due to inflation and typical government over-budget scenarios, the actual cost could rise to $10,000,000.
California at risk of massive flooding as record snowpack begins to melt
California is set to face another round of flood risks as the state's "big melt" begins with the enormous snowpack melting from the Sierra Nevada mountain range. The melting snowpack, which contains trillions of gallons of water, could triple the state's flood size by summer and threaten the surrounding communities, leading to billions of dollars in losses.
ADOT Announces 7-Week Closure of Apache Junction Intersection
The Arizona Department of Transportation (ADOT) reports that it will be closing the intersection at SR 88 and Tomahawk Rd for draining system improvement. The project will begin on Monday, April 17 and continue for approximately seven weeks. Work crews will be installing a new drainage culvert to reduce the chances of flooding in the roadway. The work requires road closure as it requires trench work.
South Florida Hit by Severe Flooding: Schools Closed, Flights Cancelled, and Chaos Ensues"
Severe flooding caused by heavy rain has hit South Florida, resulting in widespread disruption across the region. Schools in Broward County were forced to close, and Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport experienced significant delays and cancellations.
Flood Watch Issued for The Western Washington and Oregon Metro Zones Sunday through Tuesday
National Weather Force has issued a Flood Watch effective Sunday April 9th through Tuesday April 11th with a series of storm fronts moving through the Pacific Northwest. The jet stream has moved north, pretty much on track for this time of year. Heavy rainfall will hit Sunday through Tuesday.
Undocumented Flood Victims Face Discrimination in California
Severe weather and flooding have ravaged many parts of California in recent weeks, leaving thousands of residents in desperate need of assistance. However, some undocumented residents are facing discrimination when trying to access aid, raising concerns about their safety and well-being.