1 in 3 Kids Worldwide at Risk From Drought, Flooding, Extreme Heat, Air Pollution or Water Scarcity

An estimated 850 million children — or 1 in 3 children worldwide — live in areas “where at least four climate and environmental shocks, such as severe drought, extreme heat, flooding, air pollution, and water scarcity, overlap,” according to the authors of a scientific review published in the New England Journal of Medicine. An estimated 850 million children — or 1 in 3 children worldwide — live … Continue reading 1 in 3 Kids Worldwide at Risk From Drought, Flooding, Extreme Heat, Air Pollution or Water Scarcity

The Moment of Truth for the Oroville Dam-New Data Indicates the Coming Failure

Submitted by Dave Hodges on Tuesday, May 14, 2019 – 12:10. I spoke with Paul Preston late last night and he indicated that some people, downstream from the Oroville Dam have packed up and left because of the anticipated dam failure. I asked Paul Preston, “How close is the dam to failing?” Preston replied “It could go by this weekend”.. His comments, in part, are based upon … Continue reading The Moment of Truth for the Oroville Dam-New Data Indicates the Coming Failure

Very unusual March-like storm to blast California with drenching rain, mountain snow and severe weather

By Strange Sounds – May 14, 2019   After sunshine and pleasant weather grace California early this week, a powerful storm system will barrel into the state during the middle to latter part of the week. The return of a March-like weather pattern, driven by a large dip in the jet stream, will be the culprit for driving this rare storm into the West Coast. Another unseasonal Atmospheric River … Continue reading Very unusual March-like storm to blast California with drenching rain, mountain snow and severe weather

It Is No Longer a Matter of IF, but When the Oroville Dam Will Fail

Submitted by Dave Hodges on Sunday, May 5, 2019 – 14:05. Since 2016, Paul Preston and myself have extensively covered the damage to the Oroville Dam and the danger that a dam failure would pose to the communities between Oroville and Sacramento. Despite photographic evidence, insider information and a team of observers that keep the dam under constant surveillance, Paul and myself have been called “fear mongers”. … Continue reading It Is No Longer a Matter of IF, but When the Oroville Dam Will Fail

Mississippi River Breaks 1993 Flood Record

by Tyler Durden Fri, 05/03/2019 – 21:25 As severe rain and thunderstorms continue to hammer the Midwest, flooding along the Mississippi River has broken quarter-century record. Water levels at Rock Island, Illinois, reached a new record peak, and other spots along the river could also reach new record highs if the rain doesn’t stop. The water level at Rock Island rose 7.7 feet (2.3 meters) above … Continue reading Mississippi River Breaks 1993 Flood Record

Flooding threatens more than a million private wells in U.S. Midwest

Michael Burke The Hill Tue, 26 Mar 2019 11:42 UTC Flooding in the Midwest is posing a risk of contamination to more than 1 million private wells that supply drinking water to rural areas in the region, The Associated Press reported Tuesday. The AP reported that the National Ground Water Association, a trade group, said there are 1.1 million private wells in 300 flooded counties across 10 … Continue reading Flooding threatens more than a million private wells in U.S. Midwest

“As Many As A Million Calves Lost In Nebraska” – Beef Prices In The U.S. To Escalate Dramatically In The Coming Months

According to Agriculture Secretary Sunny Purdue, there “may be as many as a million calves lost in Nebraska” due to the catastrophic flooding that has hit the state.  This is not a rumor, this is not an exaggeration, and this is not based on any sort of speculation.  This number comes to us directly from the top agriculture official in the entire country, and it … Continue reading “As Many As A Million Calves Lost In Nebraska” – Beef Prices In The U.S. To Escalate Dramatically In The Coming Months

Extreme Danger From Within and From Without

Submitted by Dave Hodges on Thursday, March 28, 2019 – 09:12. America is facing unprecedented dangers from within and without. Our dangers are both foreign and domestic. This article will highly only one of each to illustrate the devastating challenges that America faces. The Oroville Dam Is Once Again Nearing Collapse In 2017, the Oroville Dam was near a complete collapse and over a million persons would … Continue reading Extreme Danger From Within and From Without

Let’s talk about food SHORTAGE: US grain bins collapse under catastrophic Iowa floods

By Strange Sounds – Mar 27, 2019 After millions of dead calves in Nebraska, now thousands of tons of grain lost in Iowa! Flood waters are causing havoc in some mid-western states – Iowa; Illinois; Missouri; Kansas; South Dakota; Minnesota; and Nebraska – and have resulted in an estimated $3 billion in damages so far. The video below by Iowa resident Gracie Newman shows just a fraction … Continue reading Let’s talk about food SHORTAGE: US grain bins collapse under catastrophic Iowa floods

Gov. Pete Ricketts: Worst flooding damage in our state’s history – As many as a million calves lost in Nebraska

By Strange Sounds – Mar 22, 2019 “This is the biggest disaster, as far as damage, we’ve ever experienced in our state,” says Nebraska Governor Pete Ricketts. We’ve got at least 400 million in livestock losses and 140 million in crop losses, says Ricketts. “There may be as many as a million calves lost in Nebraska,” says agriculture secretary Sonny Purdue, United States Secretary of Agriculture. You don’t … Continue reading Gov. Pete Ricketts: Worst flooding damage in our state’s history – As many as a million calves lost in Nebraska

Hurricane Florence achieves DIRECT HIT on Brunswick nuclear power plant in Southport, NC… pray for our safety

Friday, September 14, 2018 by: Mike Adams (Natural News) Hurricane Florence, which achieved landfall early Friday morning, has achieved a direct hit on the Brunswick nuclear power facility in Southport, NC. The eye of the hurricane — where the winds are the most severe — is right now swirling directly over the nuclear power containment buildings, battering them with 100+ MPH winds. As Natural News reported earlier, … Continue reading Hurricane Florence achieves DIRECT HIT on Brunswick nuclear power plant in Southport, NC… pray for our safety

Monsoon rains kill 58 in India, as buildings collapse and streets flood

Updated Sat at 12:56pm PHOTO: India is hit by annual monsoon rains from June through to October. (AP: Bikas Das) At least 58 people have died in monsoon rains which have caused houses to collapse and flooded wide areas of land in northern India. Weather officials predicted more rains in the next 48 hours in India’s most populous state of Uttar Pradesh. The deaths have been occurring since … Continue reading Monsoon rains kill 58 in India, as buildings collapse and streets flood

After Floods and Heatwave, Japan Braces for Typhoon Jongdari

By Shiho Takezawa July 27, 2018, 2:12 AM MDT High temperatures in Tokyo on July 24. Photographer: Martin Bureau/AFP via Getty Images Typhoon Jongdari is set to make landfall on Japan’s mainland this weekend, bringing heavy rain and strong winds to much of a country hit in recent weeks by a deadly heatwave and historic flooding. The typhoon was located off Chichijima, an island in the Pacific about … Continue reading After Floods and Heatwave, Japan Braces for Typhoon Jongdari

THAI CAVE RESCUE SUSPENDED FOR NIGHT AFTER 8 BOYS WERE GUIDED TO SAFETY; STILL A RACE AGAINST TIME WITH MONSOON APPROACHING

Efrem Graham : Jul 9, 2018 : CBN News KEEP PRAYING: While eight of the 12 boys have now been rescued, four more boys and their coach still remain trapped. (Thailand)—[CBN News] Four more of the young boys were rescued Monday from a flooded cave-complex in Thailand. It’s been a dramatic race against time to free the remaining soccer players and their coach who have been … Continue reading THAI CAVE RESCUE SUSPENDED FOR NIGHT AFTER 8 BOYS WERE GUIDED TO SAFETY; STILL A RACE AGAINST TIME WITH MONSOON APPROACHING

Worst floods in years hit Vietnam, death toll rises to 54 as another storm approaches

The death toll caused by the latest round of severe flooding across central and northern Vietnam has risen to 54 and the number of missing to 39, country’s disaster agency said Friday, October 13. This is the fourth wave of severe flooding to hit Vietnam in several months and the end of the misery is still not over as another storm is on the way and expected … Continue reading Worst floods in years hit Vietnam, death toll rises to 54 as another storm approaches

Terrifying torrent of water in Puerto Rico after dam fails, forcing 70,000 to evacuate as Hurricane Maria continues to ravage the island

  Water swept through after the dam sustained structural damage from the storm Nearly 16 inches of rain fell in the area, significantly raising water levels on the 90-year-old dam The National Weather Service warned that failure of the dam was ‘imminent’ and could lead to ‘life-threatening’ flash flooding The 345-yard dam is used for public water and irrigation water supply Up to six inches … Continue reading Terrifying torrent of water in Puerto Rico after dam fails, forcing 70,000 to evacuate as Hurricane Maria continues to ravage the island

Maria’s Forecast Path Edging Closer to Outer Banks

Still a Category 3 storm on Saturday, Hurricane Maria was rolling northward away from the Bahamas on a path that could affect parts of the U.S. East Coast next week. Maria pummeled the Turks and Caicos Islands early Friday, its western eyewall passing over the capital city of Cockburn Town. For the first time in several days, Maria poses no immediate threat to land. At 11 am EDT Saturday, … Continue reading Maria’s Forecast Path Edging Closer to Outer Banks

Tropical Storm Irma to strengthen, track across Atlantic this week; Will it affect the US?

While the Gulf Coast continues to deal with the devastating impacts of Harvey, emergency managers in the United States have another tropical threat to monitor by the name of Irma. Far across the Atlantic, just west of the Cabo Verde Islands, an area of thunderstorms has developed enough circulation to gather tropical storm status and the name, Irma. “There is the potential to ramp up … Continue reading Tropical Storm Irma to strengthen, track across Atlantic this week; Will it affect the US?

Harvey Returns to Gulf; STRENGTHENING – New Orleans in Flooding Danger EVACUATION RECOMMENDED

The “eye” of former Hurricane “Harvey” has returned to the warm waters of the Gulf of Mexico and the storm is once again STRENGTHENING. Sustained winds have now increased to 45 MPH with stronger gusts.  Surface water temperatures are 88-90 degrees which will provide intense energy for the storm to rapidly increase again. Lake Charles Louisiana is already flooding.  Baton Rouge is under flash flood warning and … Continue reading Harvey Returns to Gulf; STRENGTHENING – New Orleans in Flooding Danger EVACUATION RECOMMENDED