‘Bomb cyclone’ spreads flood fears in California fire zones
In the burned-out town of Greenville, deep on a Plumas County mountainside, the storms now battering Northern California are another trauma in a year of heartbreak. “Be careful what you wish for,” Plumas County Supervisor Kevin Goss said Thursday, just off a briefing with state emergency response officials. Torrential rainfall is expected to soften the state’s drought this weekend, but the rain also brings the risk of debris flows and floods in places hit by wildfires.
- Berkeley Lab: Berkeley Lab Mobilizes To Predict How Caldor Fire May Lead To Floods And Land Movement
- San Francisco Chronicle: Crews race to shore up Tahoe trails damaged by Caldor Fire before winter sets in
- San Francisco Chronicle: Wildfire scars near Tahoe could see landslides as storms approach
- The Ukiah Daily Journal: Heavy rains could wash hazardous Hopkins Fire debris into Russian River