California Residents Experience Flash Floods and Serious Damage

Southern California is seeing heavy storms currently: storms that can cause a lot of damage, especially when residents and business owners don’t see them coming. Los Angeles, Ventura and Santa Barbara counties are receiving pouring rain, in some areas over 2 inches per hour. The large amount of rain all at one time is what […]

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Floods and Fires in Southern California – Look to the Strange Weather

Areas of Orange County and Southern California saw some very unusual weather on Saturday – while other areas didn’t change a wink other than maybe some clouds. In Corona, for example, emergency dispatchers stated that the lightning caused numerous fires. Firefighters were called upon to respond to the situation, helping people at home and at […]

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Southern California Wildfires: Stay on Alert!

Wildfires are appearing in large numbers all over Southern California right now, from relatively small, 55-acre fires out in Riverside to over 14,000 acre fires in Kern County. It is important for residents all over Orange County and the Inland Empire to be particularly careful during the wildfire season. Large expanses of land, homes, and […]

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National Preparedness Month – Learn to Take Advantage in September

Happy National Preparedness Month! We are probably more excited than we should be, but September is officially National Preparedness Month and for southern California residents, this is the perfect time to prepare. While east coast folks are starting to bundle up and prepare for winter weather, down here in Orange County, our weather is getting […]

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California’s Fire Season, Back Again

The East Coast is still experiencing floods, but the weather has been extremely dry out here in Southern California. In fact, yesterday, the Highland Community News reported that over the last week, it’s been very busy for both CAL FIRE and the firefighters throughout the state. ¬†Evidently, there has been a significant increase in sweeping […]

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Our Condolences to the Victims of Hurricane Irene

Fortunately, Hurricane Irene wasn’t everything the media hyped it up to be, but that doesn’t mean East Coast residents were able to escape the brunt of the storm. The death toll has reached 24 and thousands are in shelters. More than 4 million people are without power until further notice. Vermont has experienced the worst […]

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Extreme Property Damage Due to Mississippi River Flooding

November has not been kind to residents in Mississippi, Arkansas and Tennessee along the Mississippi river. Major flooding has been brought on due to record rainfalls in the central US and the resulting downriver outpour. The extent of the damage is yet to be determined, but it is estimated to be substantial. Entire neighborhoods are […]

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