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The Eureka County Sheriff's Office reported water over the southbound lane of State Route 278 on Wednesday afternoon. Emergency officials put out an evacuation warning as water began to encroach into neighborhoods.
"From heavy snowfall to dangerous winds, everyone in Illinois should be prepared for adverse conditions. Earlier this month, Illinois saw multiple tornadoes throughout the state, followed by unseasonably-warm temperatures."
The U.S Drought Monitor shows conditions in the start of 2023 moved Union County out of drought concern. But, February received nearly an inch more of precipitation than average, making it the 10th wettest February on record.
All eyes remain on the small Monterey County community of Pajaro as the next storm nears, however, after water breached a levee early Saturday morning, devastating the neighborhoods and farmlands of the town.
"It depends on how much snow melt we get because that's a whole other player in this. The rain is going to be impressive, but it just depends on how warm these systems are and how much snowmelt we get."
Preparedness is key for keeping operations moving in the event of a cyber incident, like when Dole Foods didn’t know it had been the victim of ransomware until customers complained they couldn’t find their favorite products.
“The unique and challenging part of this storm was that it hit so many parts of our state simultaneously, so you’re unable to move equipment from other parts of the state that are trying to keep their lifeline roads open.”
“It now appears likely that a potentially significant and likely warm atmospheric river event will affect some portion of Northern or Central California sometime between about late Thursday and Saturday.”
"Without a doubt," said Art Martynuska, Cambria County Emergency Management Agency coordinator. "I don't know the exact route, but if it was on the main line some of that stuff would have come right through Johnstown."
Following rare blizzard warnings in Southern California counties, plus snowfall at unusually low levels, Interstate 5 has been closed in both directions over the Grapevine.
The National Weather Service office in San Diego issued its first-ever blizzard warning for the San Bernardino County mountains after similar warnings for Los Angeles and Ventura counties earlier this week.
Heavy rain and wind gusts up to 50 mph are expected on Thursday with an atmospheric river system moving through Southern California over the weekend and into next week.
In Southern California, the National Weather Service issued a high wind warning for some areas Tuesday night with 30- to 40-mph winds and gusts topping 60 mph.
The radios, which are intended to replace the black Weather Advisor Alert Radios, will be used to broadcast emergencies for severe weather throughout the county or chemical incidents at the Blue Grass Army Depot.
Although Philadelphia has never recorded a major earthquake, hurricanes are a concern, and accidents can happen. To make sure you are as ready as possible, here are different types of emergency kits you should be equipped with.