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PostPosted: Thu Feb 14, 2019 4:06 pm 
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Multiple homes were evacuated in Sausalito and a woman was rescued after a house slid off its foundation and was carried down a hill by a mudslide.

https://www.sfgate.com/weather/article/ ... 616254.php.

The duplex, which was located on Sausalito Boulevard, slid 75 yards and hit another house at about 3 a.m., Marin County Fire officials told KTVU. The second house, on Crescent Avenue, was reportedly not occupied.One resident was injured. According the sources, homes near the site of the mudslide have been evacuated for safety reasons.

An "Atmospheric River" has caused massive rain in Northern California. In the Sierra's, up to 6-feet of new snow has fallen. Ski Resorts like Heavenly have reported a grand total of 36-Feet of snow since the season began.

Here in Marin City, an Unincorporated Community in Marin County, the road leading to the On/Off Ramp to U.S. Highway 101 North and South flooded out.

In Novato, a levee has broken putting State Highway 37 in danger of flooding as well

https://sanfrancisco.cbslocal.com/2019/ ... ee-breach/.

More rain is forecast through at least the weekend. FYI, this was suppose to be have been an El Nino Year, minimal rain had been forecast.

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PostPosted: Thu Feb 14, 2019 4:43 pm 
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California has been hit hard with rain yesterday and today. In the San Diego area we're expecting 1-2 inches between yesterday and today with some part of the mountains getting up to 10 inches. Like most of Southern California, our region doesn't see much rain (about 11 inches per year) and when it rains hard we have flooding in the beach cities, inland, and in the mountains.

I feel for those whose homes are built on hills because in many cases that's where the available land is for building because much of the area between the ocean and the mountains are at or near their housing capacity.

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PostPosted: Thu Feb 14, 2019 5:24 pm 
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As you go up 101-North toward Petaluma/Santa Rosa, you can see all these home built on the side hills of Sausalito. They have some dynamite views of San Francisco. The hazards are many. Fires and mudslides are at the top of the list. Money may buy you a beautiful house with sensational views but it does not buy smarts.

More rain is on the way. No real break is expected until Tuesday of next week. Gail and I have made a CostCo run and we plan to stay inside for the time being.

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On Friday 01/04/19 glenfs called Congresswoman Rashida Tlaib "Classless" for saying "IMPEACH THE MOTHER FUCKER" (45). Yet when 45 boasts about grabbing Women "By The Pussy" glen is quiet. Hypocrisy at it's worst.


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