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Red Cross Urges Everyone To Prepare Ahead Of Wildfire Weather

Red Cross Urges Everyone To Prepare Ahead Of Wildfire Weather

CAMARILLO, CA — Critical wildfire weather is expected in parts of Southern California over the next several days and the American Red Cross urges people in those areas to get prepared now. WILDFIRE SAFETY  BEFORE A WILDFIRE Have access to alerts and notifications so that you can monitor conditions and receive instructions from local officials, even during […]

City Of Ventura Launches Winter Weather Response Plan For Unhoused Individuals

City Of Ventura Launches Winter Weather Response Plan For Unhoused Individuals

Ventura, Calif. – As temperatures get colder, the City of Ventura is preparing to launch its winter response plan for homeless persons and asking for community donations for stay warm packs. The Winter Weather Response Plan is co-sponsored by the City and the River Community Church and provides stay warm packs and temporary shelter to homeless […]

Santa Paula, CA | Service Line Protection Available For Homeowners

Santa Paula, CA | Service Line Protection Available For Homeowners

Santa Paula, CA – The City of Santa Paula has partnered with Service Line Warranties of America (SLWA) to offer protection for homeowners for external water and sewer lines. The coverage is voluntary and available at affordable monthly or annual prices. “In today’s economy, it’s important for the City to help homeowners find affordable protection […]

California Has Highest Percentage Of Homes Without Air Conditioning

California Has Highest Percentage Of Homes Without Air Conditioning

As summers get hotter and extreme heat events become more common, it is increasingly uncomfortable to live without air conditioning. According to data from the U.S. Census Bureau, the vast majority of American households do have air conditioning, but about 9% do not. Many of these households are located in cities with historically temperate climates, […]

“Megadrought” Threatens Crop Yields In America And Global Grain Inventories, Warns USDA

“Megadrought” Threatens Crop Yields In America And Global Grain Inventories, Warns USDA

by: Zoey Sky (Natural News) Crops in the country keep dying because of the scorching heat. And according to various reports, the same thing is happening in other countries across the globe. Because of the megadrought affecting key states in America, the already high prices of crops like corn and wheat continue to skyrocket. “Megadrought” drives up […]

NASA Scrubs SpaceX Launch Due to Weather

NASA Scrubs SpaceX Launch Due to Weather

BY TOM OZIMEK NASA has scrubbed what would have been a historic launch of a SpaceX rocket from Kennedy Space Center due to unfavorable weather conditions. In an announcement some 15 minutes before its scheduled liftoff at 4:33 p.m., the space agency said the launch of the Falcon 9 rocket was off. “We are not going to launch today,” NASA said in […]

AccuWeather Predicts a Late Start to Spring

AccuWeather Predicts a Late Start to Spring

BY ISABEL VAN BRUGEN Many parts of the United States could see a delayed start to spring this year, with a prolonged winter season forecast in some areas, and others seemingly skipping ahead to summer weather, meteorologists have said. In an AccuWeather report on Feb. 6, forecasters said they are predicting seasonable winter weather in most places across the […]

Southern California in for High Winds

Southern California in for High Winds

The National Weather Service has issued a warning of the return of the Santa Ana winds.  The agency predicts high winds for Los Angeles and Ventura Counties.  They also caution against driving high profile vehicles with gusts hitting up to 45 miles per hour in Ventura and up to 60 miles per hour in Santa […]

Climate Alarmists Winning the War of Words, Despite Real World Evidence that Nothing Unusual is Happening

Climate Alarmists Winning the War of Words, Despite Real World Evidence that Nothing Unusual is Happening

  By Dr. Jay Lehr & Tom Harris Thanks largely to Democratic presidential contender Bernie Sanders and 16-year-old climate activist Greta Thunberg, “existential’ was selected as the word of the year by Dictionary.com. The on-line dictionary describes the phenomenon as follows: Searches for existential spiked throughout 2019, especially after politicians used the word to characterize the dangers and disruptions […]

Winter Storms Expected to Bring Snow Across US

Winter Storms Expected to Bring Snow Across US

BY ZACHARY STIEBER Winter storms are expected to drop snow across the United States over the weekend, with winter storm watches in effect in a number of states. In the west, Oregon was set to see several inches of snow before a storm moved into Idaho, dropping up to seven inches. Portions of Montana, Colorado, Utah, and Wyoming […]

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