Flash Flood Watches issued: Ash, mud and debris flows possible for the burn scars in California
Posted by TW on November 20, 2018 in categories Featured articles, Severe weather
Flash Flood Watches are in effect in Northern California ahead of rain expected to develop along the US West Coast Wednesday morning, November 21, 2018. After that, a parade of storms is expected to march through the weekend. Meanwhile, Air Quality Alerts are expected to remain in effect over parts of Southern California until the fires are extinguished.
A deep upper-level trough will move onshore over the West Coast early Wednesday, November 21 into Thursday morning, November 22 (Thanksgiving), NWS forecaster Ziegenfelder said November 20.
Rain will develop along the West Coast early Wednesday morning and expand inland to the Northern Intermountain Region/Great Basin by Thanksgiving morning.
Flash Flood Watch for the burn scars is in effect Wednesday afternoon through Friday morning, NWS office in Sacramento said November 20.
Ash, mud and debris flows is possible for the burn scars.
A Palestinian public library in El-Bireh, a city 15 kilometers north of Jerusalem, recently held what it called a "cultural evening" titled "In the Presence of the Martyrs," at which it honored four terrorists.
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DEVELOPING: Red alert after Guatemala volcano erupts again; 3,000 Flee…
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(France 24) – Guatemalan authorities on Monday declared a red alert after the Fuego volcano erupted again, forcing about 200 residents to flee. A fiery glow rose from the crater of Fuego which is erupting for the fifth time this year, one month after the last one and following a June 3 rain of rocks, ash and toxic gases that left almost 200 people dead and 235 missing. A spokesman for Guatemala’s disaster management agency
CONRED, David de Leon, said 214 residents who live on the slopes of Fuego, mostly in the southern municipality of Escuintla, were moved to safe zones and more will follow. He said about 2,000 people in total have been asked to leave the area of the 3,763-meter (12,246-foot) volcano, 35 kilometers (22 miles) from Guatemala City. Since the eruption began Sunday morning, lava rises 500 meters above Fuego’s crater
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Liberal College Bans Capital Letters Because They Trigger Students
November 20, 2018 Sean Adl-Tabatabai News, UK 1
A liberal college in the United Kingdom has banned the use of capital letters in the classroom because they trigger sensitive students.
Leeds Trinity University announced the new rule this week, cautioning instructors against writing in capital letters because they can “scare students into failure.”
Breitbart.com reports: The journalism department at Leeds Trinity University has cautioned its instructors against writing in capital letters on classroom paperwork such as syllabi and exam instructions because capital letters can trigger certain students.
“Despite our best attempts to explain assessment tasks, any lack of clarity can generate anxiety and even discourage students from attempting the assessment at all,” the memo adds.
by Burak Bekdil • November 20, 2018 at 4:00 am
- Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan said that Turkey will not abide by the renewed U.S. sanctions on Iran’s oil and shipping industries, claiming that they are "steps aimed at unbalancing the world."
- U.S. President Donald Trump, in the same speech in which he hailed Erdoğan as a "friend and a tough, smart man," ruled out the possibility of Gülen’s extradition.
- The future actually looks potentially gloomier as the future of Syria shapes up and Erdoğan might well switch back to more radical anti-Western rhetoric ahead of critical local elections in March.
by Douglas Murray • November 20, 2018 at 5:00 am
- The first problem of the European Court of Human Rights decision against Elisabeth Sabaditsch-Wolff is that it means that, at least in cases of blasphemy, truth is not a defence.
- Such a judgement hands over the decision on what is or is not allowed to be said not to a European or national court, but to whoever can claim, plausibly or otherwise, that another individual has risked "the peace."
- There have been similar mobster tricks tried for some years now. They all run on the old claim, "I’m not mad with you myself; I’m just holding my friend back here."
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- Did you ever witness your dog growling, showing his teeth and barking at nothing in obvious severe panic and fear, well, now cattle in a Dutch city suffer regular acute and severe panic attacks for no apparent reason
Translated from Dutch
Farmers in North Groningen are puzzled.
They regularly see acute and severe panic attacks among their dairy cattle. The cows then run through the stable in complete mortal fear. The Oudman family from Stitswerd are now looking for publicity. "We would like to know what is going on," says Hilma Oudman.
RTV Noord has already been there and now there are teams from BNR and NPO3, says Hilma.
It is, therefore, a special phenomenon: complete couples of cows that panic from one moment to the next and run through the stable panicking and jumping on top of each other and falling down. This has happened at least three times since October, according to the farmer’s wife. The last time was on Saturday morning, shortly after seven.
Hamas, Islamic Jihad keep threatening Israel: ‘Rockets will reach Tel Aviv next’
Leader of Hamas in Gaza, Yahya Sinwar (centre), with his son during a Hamas festival in Khan Younis in the southern Gaza Strip in 2016 – Getty Images
At a rally in memory of Hamas fighters killed in Gaza last week, Hamas leader in the Gaza Strip Yahya Sinwar draws a pistol and threatens Israel once again: ‘The first barrage to hit Tel Aviv will surprise Israel’; Arab media reports progress in negotiations for POWs and MIAs exchange; delegation of senior Egyptian intelligence officials leave Gaza.
Hamas and Islamic Jihad continued to threaten Israel over the weekend despite the latest ceasefire agreement, as a delegation of senior Egyptian intelligence officials left the Gaza Strip after holding talks about a broader arrangement between the warring sides.
During a memorial service for Hamas fighters killed in the firefight that erupted after the Palestinians uncovered a secret IDF mission in Gaza last week, Hamas leader in the Gaza Strip Yahya Sinwar pulled out a gun—which he claimed belongs to an IDF soldier who participated in the operation—and declared: "Next time, the barrage of rockets will reach Tel Aviv and its surrounding area."
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The United States is deeply concerned that Russian movements in space indicate the country is building an offensive military space force that could knock out American satellites.
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The California wildfires have now killed 80 people, but officials fear the toll could climb much higher — with nearly 1,300 still missing.
Rain is in the forecast for Northern California Tuesday and may last through the weekend, bringing a much needed reprieve for the 5,300 firefighters battling the Camp Fire in Butte County, north of San Francisco.
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Christian churches facing ultimatum in China’s Sichuan: Join Communist network or be shut down
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(The Christian Post) – Four Christian churches in China’s Sichuan province have been given an ultimatum and told they must join the official Communist government network or be shut down. ChinaAid, which monitors the persecution of believers, reported on what it called a “massive crackdown” on unregistered churches in the southwestern province, explaining that the final warnings have recently been sent to the pastors, asking them to make a decision.
“A few churches’ pastors, who I have connections with, already received the government’s final warning, requiring that they should make a decision within two weeks: either join Three-Self Churches or be disbanded,” said one local area Christian, who wasn’t named. The four churches in particular that need to decide whether to join the state-run Three-Self Churches or cease existing are Shangxi Church in Guangyuan, Guiyi Church in Mianyang, Xinguang Church and Joshua Church in Chengdu.
Hundreds Of California Wildfire Survivors Have Caught Norovirus
November 18, 2018 Sean Adl-Tabatabai News, US 2
Hundreds of California wildfire survivors have caught the norovirus – a deadly virus that produces symptoms similar to radiation poisoning.
Butte County’s Public Health Department says the norovirus outbreak has affected over 140 people at four different shelters so far.
Fortune.com reports: Symptoms of norovirus include diarrhea, vomiting, other stomach problems, fever, and body aches.
The virus is highly contagious and can be spread through contaminated food or water, contaminated surfaces, or having direct contact with someone who has the virus, and thus it is quickly spreading in the makeshift shelters in the Butte County area.