Weather events

Mar

15
2016

Heavy rain in SW Oregon could cause landslides & debris flows, officials say | News, Weather, Sports, Breaking News | KCBY

Jodde     Weather Events, yellow     0

Kcby.com reports that...

The watch includes the Curry County coast and south central Oregon coast, central Douglas County, and eastern Curry County and Josephine County. Cities included are Coos Bay, North Bend, Bandon, Port Orford, Coquille, Brookings, Harbor, Gold Beach and Cave Junction. The Coquille River at Coquille in Coos County has a flood watch in effect through next Thursday.

Read more at kcby.com


Mar

15
2016

MDWFP rescues residents, rescuers in Pearl River flood

Jodde     Weather Events, yellow     0

Clarionledger.com reports that...

According to Lt. Chris Reed of the Mississippi Department of Wildlife, Fisheries and Parks, rescuers were called to the Walkiah Bluff area where resident Jack Kellard was clinging to a tree. Reed said Kellard was fleeing from rising water.

Read more at www.clarionledger.com


Mar

15
2016

Rain, melting snow flood Winnipeg – Manitoba – CBC News

Jodde     Weather Events, yellow     0

Cbc.ca reports that...

“Winnipeg property owners are advised that there is a higher risk of basement flooding due to increased river levels, as a result of today’s rainfall and the ground still being frozen and unable to absorb moisture,” a news release from the city stated.

Read more at www.cbc.ca


Mar

15
2016

WA fires: Blaze threatens lives and homes at Meelon, south of Perth – ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)

Jodde     Weather Events, yellow     0

Abc.net.au reports that...

Hundreds of firefighters have worked through the night to tackle an out-of-control bushfire burning in the tiny community of Meelon in the Shire of Murray, south of Perth.

Read more at www.abc.net.au


Mar

15
2016

Powerful storm hits Metro Vancouver | CTV Vancouver News

Jodde     Weather Events, yellow     0

Bc.ctvnews.ca reports that...

The clocks sprang forward for daylight savings time overnight Saturday night, but Metro Vancouver residents didn’t get to see their extra hour of sunlight Sunday, as a powerful storm brought strong wind and heavy rain to B.C.’s South Coast.

Read more at bc.ctvnews.ca


Mar

14
2016

One dead as storm batters Western Washington

Jodde     Fatalities, red, Weather Events     0

Usatoday.com reports that...

Seattle Fire and emergency crews work to extract the body of a man who died when a tree fell on his car at Seward Park, near Seattle, Wash., Sunday, March 13, 2016.

Read more at www.usatoday.com


Mar

13
2016

Tornadoes, hail, high winds cause damage as severe storms hit Arkansas | News, Weather, Sports, Breaking News | KATV

Jodde     Damage over $1M, red, Uncategorized, Weather Events     0

Katv.com reports that...

National Weather Service investigators will assess damage Monday and determine if tornadoes touched down in Arkansas during severe storms that damaged several homes and two state prisons.

Read more at katv.com


Mar

02
2016

Beauceville flood victims return home to mop up – Montreal – CBC News

Jodde     Weather Events, yellow     0

Cbc.ca reports that...

Firefighters continue to monitor the seven-kilometre ice barrier that’s formed over the Chaudière River to make sure it doesn’t start to overflow again. Radio-Canada

Read more at www.cbc.ca


Mar

02
2016

Hydro-Québec works to restore power after freezing rain storm – Montreal – CBC News

Jodde     Uncategorized, Weather Events, yellow     0

Cbc.ca reports that...

Quebec’s public utility is still working to restore power to thousands of customers who have been in the dark since a major winter storm lashed the province’s southern regions with high winds and freezing rain Wednesday.

Read more at www.cbc.ca


Mar

02
2016

At least 4 dead in Virginia as severe weather blasts East Coast

Jodde     Fatalities, red, Severe Events, Weather Events     0

Usatoday.com reports that...

More severe weather pelted the East Coast Wednesday while portions of the central U.S. dealt with blizzard conditions.

Read more at www.usatoday.com