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A siege of Pacific storms will continue to drench and blast the coastal Northwest into this week and will be joined by Ana. The rounds of heavy rain will be enough to cause incidents of flash flooding, mudslides and travel delays from northern California to western Oregon, western Washington and southwestern British Columbia.
originally posted by: violet
a reply to: nukedog
Not sure how worst is classified. Usually goes by death toll and damage I would think. Katrina was bad, but that seemed more to do with the poor response. The levees broke and that fault lies with who made them: LaFarge cement, Hilary Clinton, it was alleged. It's below sea level and New Orleans was in a bad spot.
originally posted by: stirling
Well see soon enough......you couldn't tell by the beautiful sunrise this am in Campell River.....
Since i am livin on a boat i will be following this, but don't ecpect a huge problem on the east coast of the big island....