Missy alerting on Thunder

4:32 pm – Immediate evacuation of the Alamo Fire burn area due to expected flash floods. Significant damage in Santa Barbara Harbor due to the high winds. Flash flood warning for SLO Co and Southern Monterey County as well. AA 340 just sent to Santa Barbara for a search & rescue mission.

4:00 pm – I can’t hear a thing, but Missy? She has come to sit by my feet under my desk, a behavior she only exhibits for thunder and gunshots. I also got a weather alert for severe thunderstorms in Santa Barbara, and apparently that is happening now. SLO is expected to get thunderstorms as well. This is what KSBY in SLO says:

“The Central Coast is looking at another day of heat combined with the threat of continued isolated showers and thunderstorms. Tropical storm Lidia will shift north while expanding coverage today. The Central Coast should expect increasing mid to high level subtropical clouds, rain showers and chance of thunderstorms Sunday evening into Tuesday morning. About 1/3 inch of rain is expected for many locations over three days.”

This is not good news as there are fires throughout California threatening homes. There are too many to list. Two just started this afternoon, Mission Fire in North Fork, south of Bass Lake and Oakhurst, and Peak fire in Bootjack, near Mariposa.  Structures already lost in both, and people can’t evacuate from one housing area. The La Tuna in LA has caused the evacuation of parts of Burbank, Glendale, and LA.

Stay alert and aware. It is a bad weekend.

~ by bigsurkate on September 3, 2017.

7 Responses to “Missy alerting on Thunder”

  1. KPIG just issued flash flood warnings for northern SLO county and Southern Monterey County. And I’ve had it with the effing helicopters coming and going from PRI, 3 went right over the house within 15 mins.

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  2. PS It’s looking awfully dark down south

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  3. Thanks, Nadine. Nothing like a little thunder to trigger our Soberanes PTSD, heh?

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  4. Hi. Lost my house in the fire, Staying San Benancio Canyon Thunder this morning n than I Heard Helicopters spot checking

    Sent from my iPhone >

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  5. They did the spot checks by airplane and helicopter the last time, too. Makes me feel better about it.

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  6. Bad here, too. We’re expecting lightning toward mid-week here. Won’t help with the current fire situation a bit. I’m sure it won’t bring much moisture, if any.

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  7. ‘The LA Tuna’… ??? I’m guessing not a superhero.

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