Flood Newswire (Page 6)

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  1. Receding flood water allows survey of damage in MontanaRead the original story

    Tuesday | KTMF

    Receding water is allowing officials to better survey flood damage that occurred to homes in the Missoula area in western Montana. However, officials warn that high water along the Clark Fork River continues and the danger of additional flooding is not over yet.

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  2. Raleigh 'dries out' Tuesday before rain returnsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | WRAL.com

    ... Friday. Overall, a completely dry day isn't guaranteed all week, but that doesn't have to ruin outdoor plans. A flash flood warning expired in Wake County at 2:45 a.m. after storms moving through the area on Monday night quickly began causing travel ...

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  3. Nashville mayor adds $125M flood defense to proposed budgetRead the original story

    Tuesday | WAFF-TV Huntsville

    Nashville Mayor David Briley has added a long-debated $125 million flood protection system for the downtown area to the city's proposed capital improvements budget. The Tennessean reports the system, which includes a flood wall, has been rejected by the Metro Council three times.

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  4. Don't move your sandbagsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Castanet.net

    Though floodwaters in the region are receding, the Regional District of Okanagan-Similkameen is reminding the public that this doesn't mean it's time to remove flood barriers. Flood barriers like Tiger dams, gabion baskets and sandbags installed by the district should be left in place and not tampered with.

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  5. New Orleans area levee system 'high risk,' and 'minimally acceptable', Corps saysRead the original story

    Tuesday | NOLA.com

    Two different reviews of the New Orleans area levee system by the Army Corps of Engineers raise troubling questions about the ability of much of the system to withstand surges caused by a major storm nearly 13 years after Hurricane Katrina. The reviews also question the ability of local levee districts to keep up with costly maintenance between storms, as required to remain eligible for the National Flood Insurance Program , records show.

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  6. Work underway to repair Mountmellick playground after November floodsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Leinster Express

    Six months to the day since Mountmellick was hit by a deluge of floods, the town's playground, shut to the public since the flood, is being repaired. Gravel footpaths in the playground in Irishtown, washed away in the flood on November 22 2017, are being replaced by tarmacadam.

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  7. Shenandoah River flooding, forcing alerts and road closuresRead the original story

    Tuesday | Northern Virginia Daily

    ... County saw 6 to 7 inches of rainfall overnight. The river near Mount Jackson crested at 15 feet about 10 a.m. today. Flood stage is 13 feet, Fling said. "The river there was about 4.5 feet just before 9 p.m. Monday. By 2:30 a.m. it was at 17 feet. ...

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  8. Dam Clean Up After FloodingRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | KFBB

    ... electricity. The past few weeks they've been working round the clock to ensure Ryan, Hauser, Holter, and other dams in flood zones don't clog with all the extra water and gunk flowing through. Northwestern energy operations and maintenance ...

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  9. Weekend tropical threat to heighten flood risk across southeastern USRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | AccuWeather.com

    A resurgence of heavy storms and downpours is expected across the southeastern United States beginning this weekend as a tropical feature brews in the Gulf of Mexico. "We have been monitoring an area of rain and thunderstorms the past few days that extends from the western Caribbean into Florida and the southeastern U.S.," said AccuWeather Hurricane Expert Dan Kottlowski.

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  10. Tropical mischief in the Gulf this Memorial Day weekendRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | KPLC-TV Lake Charles

    ... have travel plans to the Florida or Alabama beaches you will likely deal with more of a significant rain and possibly flood threat.

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  11. Tips for safety near floodwaters, preparing effective sandbagsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Lake Cowichan Gazette

    ... is not moving. Use a stick to check the firmness of the ground in front of you. Never attempt to drive or walk in flood water. About 61 centimetres (two feet) of rushing water can carry away most vehicles, including SUVs and pickup trucks. To ...

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  12. Okanagan Lake not rising as fast as before: River Forecast CentreRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Lake Cowichan Gazette

    ... metres above sea level currently, still 40 centimetres below where the province is asking local government to build flood protection works up to, but could continue to rise. However, the lower snowpack stats reflect higher elevation snow and not the ...

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  13. Column: What happened to spring?Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Lake Cowichan Gazette

    ... that took place to the north. While some of us, like myself, living on high ground in Salmon Arm don't really have flood worries, our entire area is vulnerable to fire. Having lived here during the 1998 Salmon Arm/Silver Creek wildfire, I witnessed ...

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  14. Flood risk facing Okanagan-Thompson regionRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Lake Cowichan Gazette

    While the flood risk across the Thompson-Okanagan region is not as threatening as it was two weeks ago, weather conditions can still play havoc with that optimistic outlook. Dave Campbell, head of the B.C. River Forecast Centre, says of the three elements impacting the flood assessment - high elevation snowpack, extreme hot temperatures and rainfall - precipitation remains the largest concern as the snowmelt runoff begins to dissipate.

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  15. Launching Negotiations to Modernize the Columbia River Treaty RegimeRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | State Department

    The United States is pleased to announce the start of negotiations with Canada to modernize the Columbia River Treaty regime on May 29-30, 2018, in Washington, D.C. The 1964 Treaty's flood risk and hydropower operations have provided substantial benefits to millions of people on both sides of the border. The Treaty, a worldwide model for transboundary water cooperation, has also facilitated additional benefits such as supporting the river's ecosystem, irrigation, municipal water use, industrial use, navigation, and recreation.

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  16. New waste management site decision in the hands of the cityRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday May 21 | Capital City Weekly

    In this June 2008 photo, Becky Iverson sorts her plastic container at the Waste Management site in Lemon Creek. (Michael Penn Teri Camery, City and Borough of Juneau Senior Planner at Wetlands Review, goes over the revised flood insurance rate maps during the Committee of the Whole meeting Monday.

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  17. Flash Flood Warning Pulaski CountyRead the original story

    Monday May 21 | WLEX-TV Lexington

    Flash Flood Warning for central Pulaski County until 5:45. We're tracking torrential rainfall and slow moving storms that will lead to potential flooding issues.

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  18. Continue readingRead the original story

    Monday May 14 | Synapse

    An enthusiastic environmental engineering student from UC Berkeley took home the top Slammy award - just beating out UCSF's finalist - at this year's annual UC-system wide Grad Slam competition on May 3. UC Berkeley's Joseph Charbonnet gave a captivating three-minute talk outlining his invention, called "Man Sand Filtration," an innovative way to filter putrid stormwater into potable water after torrents of rain flood a city street. The system uses manganese oxide mixed with sand to remove pollution from water.

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  19. Remedial work on flood-damaged school underwayRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | The Legal Record

    Heavy rains have once again raised the specter of flooding in Lake and McHenry counties along the Des Plaines River and the Chain O' Lakes-Fox River systems, although not approaching the record levels of the "100-Year Flood" in 2013, and its counterpart that inched higher four years later. Federal funding was left lacking in the wake of other natural disasters that occurred in July 2017.

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  20. Council okays MOA for sewage projectRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Sun-Star

    ... and private donors with the objective of helping the community through the introduction of low-cost sanitation and flood prevention technology. According to the MOA, the city will provide an area along Davao River where the technology will be ...

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