Fire Watch above 2500 ft in Monterey County for 9/9/23

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Friday September 8, 2023, 4:22 PMMonterey County Office of Emergency ServicesThis is an update of a previous messageAdvisory: Fire Watch for Monterey County Elevations Above 2500 Ft. in effect 9/9/23 from 5:00 AM to 11:00 PM | Vigilancia de Incendios para el …Dear Nixle User,National Weather Service has issued a Fire Watch for Monterey County elevations above 2500 Ft. effective Saturday 9/9/23 from 5:00am to 11:00pm. WHAT: Fire Watch due to possibility of dry lightning strikes. WHERE: All Monterey County elevations above 2500 Ft. WHEN: Sat. 9/9/23 from 5:00 am to 11:00 pm. IMPACTS: Possibility of dry lightning strikes that could start fires in elevations above 2500 Ft. NWS Info: *** El Servicio Meteorológico Nacional ha emitido una Vigilancia de Incendios para elevaciones del condado de Monterey superiores a 2500 pies. a partir del 9/9/23 de 5:00 a. m. a 11:00 p.m. QUÉ: Vigilancia de incendios debido a la posibilidad de que caigan rayos secos. DÓNDE: Todas las elevaciones del condado de Monterey por encima de los 2500 pies. CUÁNDO: Sábado 9/9/23 de 5:00 am a 11:00 pm. IMPACTOS: Posibilidad de caída de rayos secos que podrían provocar incendios en elevaciones superiores a los 2500 pies. NWS Info:
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8 thoughts on “Fire Watch above 2500 ft in Monterey County for 9/9/23

  1. WeatherUnderground has no thunderstorm forecasted for Sat. 09/09/23. Keep your eyes to the sky. More fires are started by human impact than nature. Maui fires were started on 08/08/23. Strong energetic portals present on both dates. Let’s keep our neighborhoods fire safe and stay alert friends. #DEW #AWARENESS

  2. From Wikpedia: : directed-energy weapon (DEW) is a ranged weapon that damages its target with highly focused energy without a solid projectile, including lasers, microwaves, particle beams, and sound beams. Potential applications of this technology include weapons that target personnel, missiles, vehicles, and optical devices.[1][2] In the United States, the Pentagon, DARPA, the Air Force Research Laboratory, United States Army Armament Research Development and Engineering Center, and the Naval Research Laboratory are researching directed-energy weapons to counter ballistic missiles, hypersonic cruise missiles, and hypersonic glide vehicles. These systems of missile defense are expected to come online no sooner than the mid to late-2020s.[3]

    China,[4][5][6][7] France,[8][9][10][11] Germany,[8][9] the United Kingdom,[12][13] Russia,[14][15][16] India,[17][18][19] and Pakistan[20][21][22] are also developing military-grade directed-energy weapons, while Iran[23][24][25][26] and Turkey claim to have them in active service.[27][28][29] The first use of directed-energy weapons in combat between military forces was claimed to have occurred in Libya in August 2019 by Turkey, which claimed to use the ALKA directed-energy weapon.[30][31] After decades of research and development, most directed-energy weapons are still at the experimental stage and it remains to be seen if or when they will be deployed as practical, high-performance military weapons.[32][33]”

  3. Meanwhile, back here on Earth in the present moment, we have dry lighting visible from upper Greenridge, caused by the influence of Hurricane Jova off the coast of Baja California. Hopefully this is not here we go again (2008).

  4. Lightning and a quick downpour at Whale Rock Reservoir 4am. Looks like more to come.

  5. The loudest thunder clap I ever heard was this a.m. @ 4! Must have been super close to us. Luckily no fires yet.

    IMHO: Mother Nature will create our havoc here on the SC of Big Sur now that the gates are locked on the dirt roads and the other countries Kate mentioned are too far away from us for DEW impact. Thanks, Kate for providing us with the explanation.

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