By Off The Grid News Staff – Off The Grid News
SACRAMENTO, Calif. – The majority of Northern California remained under a flood warning Tuesday as record rains continued, and the National Weather Service even urged residents to gather essential items in the equivalent of a bug-out bag.
More than 14 million people are under a flood warning until Thursday, including the area around the Oroville Dam which experienced a mass evacuation just before Valentine’s Day.
Sacramento has received 26 inches of rain since Oct. 1, double what the city normally gets during the same time, The Sacramento Bee reported. San Francisco has seen 24.38 inches of rain.
With mudslides and floods threatening the region and reservoirs at capacity, the National Weather Service in Sacramento issued a dire warning: “Gather important items, documents and medications in a ‘go bag’ in case you need to evacuate quickly. Don’t forget to plan for your pets, too. Make sure your vehicles have a full tank of gas.”
Continue reading at Off The Grid News: National Weather Service Warns Flooded Californians: Pack A Bug-Out Bag
More information on what to pack in a Bug Out Bag Here
By Natural News Editors – Natural News
(NaturalNews) A leading earthquake scientist has said that the San Andreas fault in Southern California is ready to blow any day now. According to Thomas Jordan, director of the Southern California Earthquake Center, the San Andreas fault is “locked, loaded and ready to roll”.
(Article by Sean Adl-Tabatabai, republished YourNewsWire.com.)
“The springs on the San Andreas system have been wound very, very tight. And the southern San Andreas fault, in particular, looks like it’s locked, loaded and ready to go,” Jordan said in the opening keynote talk.
Learn more: http://www.naturalnews.com/054812_San_Andreas_fault_California_Earthquake.html#ixzz4G142LlGg
Continue reading at Natural News: San Andreas Fault is Ready to Blow, Says Expert
By Brett Rathbun – AccuWeather
The flood risk will increase this week from northern California to western Washington as storms continue to hit the area.
Rainfall amounts of 4 to 8 inches are expected to fall from western Washington into northern California this week. The heaviest rain will focus on southwestern Oregon and far northern California where some areas could receive another 10 inches of rain.
“A series of storms will continue to roll into the western United States this week,” AccuWeather Senior Meteorologist Matt Rinde said.
Continue reading at AccuWeather: Series of storms to raise West Coast flood risk this week
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