Here Goes LA10 + Wed. News + FLOOD WARNING

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LA10-02 went off starting Tuesday before midnight. Something happened at Lake FUBAR!

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Something happened at 4 p.m. at LA10-03. It was this 5.3 quake in the Caribbean by Dominican Republic.

Lots of bad weather racing through the area. FLASH FLOOD WARNING for  Wed. & Thurs. for Assumption Parish. RADAR

WIPP a Time Bomb

Time bombs may be ticking at the United States’ only deep geological repository for nuclear waste. US authorities concluded last week that at least 368 drums of waste at the site could be susceptible to the chemical reaction suspected to have caused a drum to rupture there in February. . . .

2.9 earthquake very near slumbering mega-volcano, Hierro in the Canary Is.. Just 5 miles away.

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22 thoughts on “Here Goes LA10 + Wed. News + FLOOD WARNING

  1. Alert 2 : Tornado Watch – Expires 5/28/2014
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    THE NWS STORM PREDICTION CENTER HAS ISSUED A * TORNADO WATCH UNTIL 5:00PM CDT Sel5 Spc Ww 281453 Urgent – Immediate Broadcast RequestedTornado Watch Number 195Nws Storm Prediction Center Norman OK950 AM CDT Wed May 28 2014
    The Nws Storm Prediction Center Has Issued A
    * Tornado Watch For Portions Of Southern Louisiana Southern Mississippi Coastal Waters
    * Effective This Wednesday Morning And Afternoon From 950 Am Until 500 PM CDT.
    * Primary Threats Include… A Couple Tornadoes Possible Isolated Damaging Wind Gusts To 70 Mph Possible
    The Tornado Watch Area Is Approximately Along And 30 StatuteMiles Either Side Of A Line From 25 Miles Southwest OfIntracoastal City Louisiana To 35 Miles East Northeast OfGulfport Mississippi. For A Complete Depiction Of The Watch SeeThe Associated Watch Outline Update (wous64 Kwns Wou5).
    Precautionary/Preparedness Actions…
    Remember… A Tornado Watch Means Conditions Are Favorable ForTornadoes And Severe Thunderstorms In And Close To The WatchArea. Persons In These Areas Should Be On The Lookout ForThreatening Weather Conditions And Listen For Later StatementsAnd Possible Warnings.
    &&
    Discussion… Tstms Expected To Continue Moving Ene Along StalledOutflow Boundary Across Srn LA And MS Into This Aftn AsModerate… Moisture-Rich Inflow Continues Into Region. Current SfcAnd Radar Data Suggest That The Boundary Should Remain QstnryThrough The Day… Serving As Focus For Additional Storm DevelopmentAnd For Storm Mergers As Deeper Wind Shift/Surge Of Wly Flow Now InSw LA Continues Ewd. While Low-Lvl Directional Shear Will Not BeParticularly Strong /0-1 Srh Up To 200 M2 Per S2/… Given Very MoistInflow… Seasonably Strong/Vertically-Veering Mid-Upr Lvl Flow… AndThe Likelihood For Storms To Remain Within Vorticity-Rich Zone AlongStalled Boundary… A Risk Will Exist For Intermittent Low-LvlCirculations/Possible Short-Lived Tornadoes.
    Aviation… Tornadoes And A Few Severe Thunderstorms With HailSurface And Aloft To 0.5 Inch. Extreme Turbulence And SurfaceWind Gusts To 60 Knots. A Few Cumulonimbi With Maximum Tops To500. Mean Storm Motion Vector 24020.
    … Corfidi

  2. Alert 3 : Flash Flood Warning – Expires 5/28/2014
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    Bulletin – Eas Activation RequestedFlash Flood WarningNational Weather Service Lake Charles LA1052 AM CDT Wed May 28 2014
    The National Weather Service In Lake Charles Has Issued A
    * Flash Flood Warning For… Southern St. Landry Parish In Central Louisiana… This Includes The Cities Of… Opelousas… Leonville… Krotz Springs… Eunice… Arnaudville… Northern Iberia Parish In South Central Louisiana… This Includes The City Of New Iberia… Lafayette Parish In South Central Louisiana… This Includes The Cities Of… Scott… Lafayette… Carencro… St. Martin Parish In South Central Louisiana… This Includes The Cities Of… St. Martinville… Catahoula… Breaux Bridge… North Central St. Mary Parish In South Central Louisiana… Acadia Parish In Southwest Louisiana… This Includes The Cities Of… Rayne… Mermentau… Iota… Crowley… Church Point… Northern Vermilion Parish In Southwest Louisiana… This Includes The Cities Of… Kaplan… Gueydan… Forked Island… Abbeville…
    * Until 245 PM Cdt
    * At 1035 AM CDT… Radar Estimates Indicate 5 To 10 Inches Of Rain Has Fallen Across The Area This Morning. Flooding Is Continuing Across Many Areas With Numerous Road Closures Across The Area. The Rain Will Come To End Over The Next Hour. Flooding Will Continue For The Next Several Hours Due To The Rain That Has Already Fallen.
    * Locations In The Warning Include But Are Not Limited To Cecilia… Swords… Savoy… Mowata… Lake Pelba… Atchafalaya National Wildlife Refuge… Sunset… Richard… Port Barre… Lawtell… Grand Coteau… Cankton And Branch
    Precautionary/Preparedness Actions…
    Flooding Is Occurring Or Is Imminent. Most Flood Related Deaths OccurIn Automobiles. Do Not Attempt To Cross Water Covered Bridges… Dips… Or Low Water Crossings. Never Try To Cross A Flowing Stream… Even A Small One… On Foot. To Escape Rising Water Move Up To HigherGround.
    A Flash Flood Warning Means That Flooding Is Imminent Or Occurring.If You Are In The Warning Area Move To Higher Ground Immediately.Residents Living Along Streams And Creeks Should Take ImmediatePrecautions To Protect Life And Property. Do Not Attempt To CrossSwiftly Flowing Waters Or Waters Of Unknown Depth By Foot Or ByAutomobile.
    &&
    Lat… Lon 2989 9133 2998 9150 2996 9185 2977 9246 2999 9242 3004 9267 3018 9259 3048 9261 3048 9249 3052 9246 3064 9174 3051 9173 3043 9163 3037 9164 3026 9159 3023 9147 3011 9146 3004 9121 2999 9126 2991 9122

    • Possible explanation for the ‘spikes’ on LA 10-1 & LA 10-2 …

      Lightning strikes, not direst hits obviously, but close enough that they’d cause interference, the kind you get on a TV set during a storm.

      It is possible that at sometime in the recent past something changed at the LA 10 location that allowed the interference to bypass any shielding that may have been there. Seepage from Lake Fubar perhaps, turning the Lake into antenna.

  3. Domincan Republic Earthquake 5.8 shows up on helicorders…!! Big time. Was 56 miles deep in Mona Passage. BUT….that is the same fault that has for centuries caused problems in the Caribbean. DAs are quiet now.

  4. Maybe they well have a flyover before the meeting ?

    5:10 p.m. Texas Brine Informational Meeting, June 3, 2014
    NOTICE TO RESIDENTS: The next informational meeting for residents on current activities and operations is scheduled for next Tuesday at the Command Trailer.
    When: Tuesday, June 3, 2014
    5:30 p.m.
    Where: Texas Brine Command Trailer at Sportsman’s Landing
    http://assumptionla.wordpress.com/

    • It sort of does as run-off from heavy rains has to stress those berms… not to mention weight on the cap rock and cavern …

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