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Tropical Storm Bonnie to Become Hurricane off Mexico Coast Sunday

2022-07-03T20:54+0200usnews (en)

FILE PHOTO: People get trapped during a flash flood caused by heavy rains due to the tropical storm Bonnie, in San Salvador, El Salvador July 2, 2022. REUTERS/Jose Cabezas/File Photo Reuters (Reuters) - Tropical storm Bonnie is expected to intensify into a Category 1 hurricane off the southwest....

“Bonnie” sale al Pacífico tras cruzar Nicaragua y Costa Rica

2022-07-03T10:15+0200elperiodico-GT (es)

La tormenta tropical Bonnie, que impactó el sur de Nicaragua con fuertes vientos y lluvias, salió ayer de territorio continental hacia el Pacífico, sin que se reporten grandes daños, aunque podría fortalecerse durante su trayectoria hacia las costas de México.

Tropical Storm Bonnie forms and is a barrelling toward Central America - The Washington Post

2022-07-02T02:58+0200google-top-stories (en)

The disturbance that forecasters have tracked for more than a week crossing the Atlantic and Caribbean has finally earned a name. The National Hurricane Center declared that Tropical Storm Bonnie formed at 11 a.m. Friday about 195 miles east-southeast of Nicaragua.

Climate Change Driving Extreme Heat and Flooding in 2022: Report

2022-07-01T16:35+0200wingsenvironmental (en)

Extreme weather events – from scorching heatwaves to unusually heavy downpours – have caused widespread upheaval across the globe this year, with thousands of people killed and millions more displaced. In the last three months, monsoon rains unleashed disastrous flooding in Bangladesh, and brutal heatwaves seared parts of South Asia and Europe.

Tropics watch: Potential Tropical Cyclone Two close to becoming Tropical Storm Bonnie

2022-07-01T14:37+0200tcpalm (en)

is "almost a tropical storm," according to the latest advisory from the Farther north, what used to be Invest 95L is bringing heavy rain to drought-stricken areas in Texas. The system is no longer being tracked by the Hurricane Center as of the 8 a.m. advisory.

Tropical disturbance almost Tropical Storm Bonnie

2022-07-01T14:36+0200al (en)

Forecasters have been tracking the disturbance all week, and it had originally been forecast to be near hurricane strength by this point. However, the system’s fast movement and its proximity to land have kept it from getting a name. The hurricane center said the storm was “on the cusp” of becoming....

eTrac, a Woolpert Company, Selected by USACE Galveston District for $13M Hydrographic Surveying, Mapping Contract 2022-06-29T15:39:00Z

2022-06-29T21:07+0200directionsmag (en)

The shared capacity, indefinite delivery contract will support USACE Civil Works projects to help advance navigation safety, dredging, flood control and hurricane response. GALVESTON, Texas (June 29, 2022) — The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Galveston District has awarded eTrac , a Woolpert Company,....

eTrac, a Woolpert Company, Selected by USACE Galveston District for $13M Hydrographic Surveying, Mapping Contract

2022-06-29T19:48+0200benzinga (en)

The shared capacity, indefinite delivery contract will support USACE Civil Works projects to help advance navigation safety, dredging, flood control and hurricane response. GALVESTON, Texas June 29, 2022 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ -- The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Galveston District has awarded eTrac , a....

Decent rain chances last into the weekend Our wet afternoon weather pattern looks to continue right into the extended holiday weekend.

2022-06-29T18:51+0200wafb (en)

BATON ROUGE, La. (WAFB) - Our wet afternoon weather pattern looks to continue right into the extended holiday weekend. An area of low pressure in the Western Gulf of Mexico will continue to be one of the main culprits for likely rain chances each day this week.

La Union floods led to 'total rewrite' of flood preparedness plan

2022-06-29T01:14+0200lcsun-news (en)

The Office of Emergency Management, an agency whose operations are funded by both the City of Las Cruces and the county, revamped the flood response portion of its All-Hazard Emergency Operations Plan in April to implement "lessons learned from last year," according to OEM manager Stephen Lopez. The plan was last revised in 2017.

Climate change is driving 2022 extreme heat and flooding

2022-06-28T11:46+0200trust (en)

People wade through the water as they look for shelter during a flood, amidst heavy rains that caused widespread flooding in the northeastern part of the country, in Sylhet, Bangladesh, June 18, 2022. REUTERS/Abdul Goni We focus on the human and development impacts of climate change.

Scorching heat fuels wildfires

2022-06-27T02:57+0200flipboard (en)

If you’re headed to Mexico anytime soon, generally people will warn you about something you already know, like, for instance, not to drink the tap water. Or maybe they’ll add in a bonus tip like, “And don’t get ice in your drinks!” Others might advise you not to trip on the sinking sidewalks, which,....

Dangerous heat hits parts of South, West

2022-06-26T23:09+0200ABCnews (en)

Millions of people in the South and West are facing triple-digit temperatures Sunday as they look forward to a reprieve in the coming days. The National Weather Service issued heat advisories in parts of the Deep South as heat indexes hit dangerous levels.

Forecasters watching systems in Gulf, Atlantic during summer heat wave

2022-06-25T16:47+0200sunherald (en)

Forecasters are keeping an eye on two systems — a tropical wave in the Atlantic an area of low pressure in the Gulf of Mexico — The wave in the Atlantic has a 60% chance for development over the next five days, according to the National Hurricane Center.

Hallan cuerpo de mujer en presa de Naucalpan tras ser arrastrada por las lluvias Fueron tres días de búsqueda desde que fue reportada como desaparecida por sus familiares

2022-06-24T13:03+0200infobae (es)

Autoridades encontraron el pasado jueves en la Presa Los Cuartos, en San Rafael Chamapa, el cuerpo de una mujer que había sido arrastrada por la corriente del agua que dejó la fuerte lluvia en la zona. Elementos de la Fiscalía General de Justicia del Estado de México (FGJEM) informó que investigará....

Woman Dies After Being Struck By Lightning While Walking Her Dogs

2022-06-23T16:25+0200ibtimes (en)

Los Angeles -- A woman was struck by lightning while walking her two dogs in Los Angeles as thunderstorms hit Southern California. Paramedics arrived at the scene to find Antonia Mendoza Chavez, 52, and her dogs had died from injuries caused by the lightning.

State Deploying All Available Resources To Mitigate Flood Danger In New Mexico Communities Affected By Wildfires

2022-06-23T03:31+0200ladailypost (en)

STATE News: …Residents encouraged to take steps to prepare SANTA FE – The state, in close coordination with local and federal partners, continues to take action to prepare and protect communities who may be affected by above-average flooding during the monsoon season.

Lightning kills woman, 2 dogs as thunderstorms pound Southern California

2022-06-23T00:12+0200newsbreak-USA (en)

The remains of two dogs are removed from the scene where a woman and her two dogs were killed by a lightning strike along the San Gabriel River & Bike Trail in Pico Rivera. (Christina House/Los Angeles Times) A woman and two dogs were fatally struck by lightning Wednesday morning in Pico Rivera as....

Summer Rainy Season Sets up Across Four Corners Region | Arizona News

2022-06-23T00:09+0200wingsenvironmental (en)

The monsoon can be a mixed bag – cooling sweltering cities like Las Vegas and Phoenix but bringing the risk of flooding to mountain towns and low-lying deserts alike. It carries a promise of rain but does not always deliver. And even when it does, the moisture isn’t shared equally across the Four Corners region and beyond.

Summer rainy season sets up across Four Corners region | Navajo-Hopi Observer

2022-06-22T21:16+0200wingsenvironmental (en)

FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. (AP) – Some Arizona residents were battered by flooding last year when the summer rainy season known simply as the monsoon unleashed on mountains that have been scorched by flames – a concern again this year for residents in the throes of a particularly ferocious wildfire season.

Temen inundación en Tula por escurrimientos del Valle de México Pobladores del estado de Hidalgo que habitan en los márgenes del río Tula viven en la incertidumbre ante el temor de una nueva inundación como la ocurrida la noche y madrugada del 6 y 7 de septiembre del año pasado. 11:07 hrs.

2022-06-22T18:18+0200excelsior (es)

Nacional Temen inundación en Tula por escurrimientos del Valle de México. Pobladores del estado de Hidalgo que habitan en los márgenes del río Tula viven en la incertidumbre ante el temor de una nueva inundación como la ocurrida la noche y madrugada del 6 y 7 de septiembre del año pasado.

Missteps cited in massive N.M. wildfire

2022-06-22T12:16+0200arkansasonline (en)

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. -- U.S. Forest Service employees made multiple miscalculations, used inaccurate models and underestimated how dry conditions were in the Southwest, causing a planned burn to reduce the threat of wildfires to explode into the largest blaze in New Mexico 's recorded history, the agency said Tuesday.

CDMX: cuáles son las alcaldías con más riesgo de inundación por lluvias y qué precauciones se deben tomar

2022-06-22T03:34+0200infobae (es)

La Secretaría de Gestión Integral de Riesgos y PC , en los últimos días ha estado informando sobre las fuertes lluvias en CDMX , en especial en ciertas zonas del Valle de México . Por lo general, estas épocas traen consigo graves inundaciones , esto debido a que la ciudad se fundó sobre un lago y la....

Forest Service says it failed to account for climate change in New Mexico blaze

2022-06-22T02:40+0200spokesman (en)

When the U.S. Forest Service started an intentional fire in the Santa Fe National Forest in early April, the aim was to reduce the risk of a destructive blaze. But the agency relied on poor weather data and failed to understand how climate change had dried out the landscape, ultimately setting a....

US Forest Service admits ‘multiple miscalculations’ caused New Mexico fire

2022-06-22T01:14+0200newsnow-co-uk (en)

Employees with the US Forest Service made multiple miscalculations, used inaccurate models and underestimated how dry conditions were in the south-west, causing a planned burn to reduce the threat of wildfires to explode into the largest blaze in New Mexico ’s recorded history, the agency said on Tuesday.

Forest Service miscalculations caused New Mexico wildfire

2022-06-22T01:14+0200newsnow-co-uk (en)

The U.S. Forest Service miscalculations and mistakes caused a planned fire in New Mexico in April to spread until it eventually became the largest wildfire in the state's history. "The devastating impact of this fire to the communities and livelihoods of those affected in New Mexico demanded this....

MIL-OSI USA: Rep. Leger Fernández Responds to Las Dispensas Prescribed Burn Report and Secures...

2022-06-22T00:30+0200foreignaffairs-nz (en)

Source: United States House of Representatives – Congresswoman Teresa Leger Fernández (D-NM) WASHINGTON – Today, Congresswoman Teresa Leger Fernánde z released the following statement after the U.S. Forest Service released a report about the Las Dispensas prescribed burn fire.

Miscalculations, errors blamed for massive New Mexico blaze

2022-06-22T00:22+0200fox35orlando (en)

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. U.S. Forest Service employees made multiple miscalculations, used inaccurate models and underestimated how dry conditions were in the Southwest, causing a planned burn to reduce the threat of wildfires to explode into the largest blaze in New Mexico ’s recorded history, the agency said Tuesday.

Massive New Mexico blaze blamed on miscalculations, errors

2022-06-21T22:25+0200vindy (en)

Carson Hot Shots Tyler Freeman works to keep a burning log from rolling down a slope in May as he and his co-workers work on hot spots from the Calf Canyon/Hermits Peak Fire in the Carson National Forest west of Chacon, N.M. The U.S. Forest Service is acknowledging multiple miscalculations,....

US Forest Service admits ‘multiple miscalculations’ caused New Mexico fire

2022-06-21T22:12+0200guardian (en)

Employees with the US Forest Service made multiple miscalculations, used inaccurate models and underestimated how dry conditions were in the south-west, causing a planned burn to reduce the threat of wildfires to explode into the largest blaze in New Mexico ’s recorded history, the agency said on Tuesday.

Clima estremo: gli eventi meteorologici sono appena iniziati

2022-06-21T21:50+0200periodicodaily (it)

Gli esperti sostengono che il 2022 sarà un anno di grandi eventi climatici. Prepariamoci dunque ad altri sei mesi di clima estremo. Cosa comporta il clima estremo? Inondazioni, incendi e ondate di calore in India, Pakistan, Europa, Stati Uniti e parte dell’Asia Orientale. Tempeste di grandine in Germania e Città del Messico, e uragani in arrivo.

Massive New Mexico blaze blamed on miscalculations, errors

2022-06-21T21:44+0200wsoctv (en)

Western Wildfires New Mexico FILE - Carson Hot Shots Tyler Freeman works to keep a burning log from rolling down a slope, May 23, 2022, as he and his co-workers work on hot spots from the Calf Canyon/Hermits Peak Fire in the Carson National Forest west of Chacon, N.M. The U.S.

New Mexico wildfire caused by federal employees' critical mistakes, report finds The U.S. Forest Service said Tuesday that employees made grave errors while planning the intentional burn that grew into the largest wildfire in New Mexico's recorded history. 11M ago

2022-06-21T21:43+0200CBSnews (en)

The U.S. Forest Service made critical mistakes that caused a planned burn to reduce the threat of wildfires to explode into in New Mexico 's recorded history, the agency said Tuesday. A new report found that employees made multiple miscalculations, used inaccurate models and underestimated how dry....

Massive New Mexico blaze blamed on miscalculations, errors

2022-06-21T21:38+0200digitpatrox (en)

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. – U.S. Forest Service staff made a number of miscalculations, used inaccurate fashions and underestimated how dry situations had been within the Southwest, inflicting a deliberate burn to cut back the specter of wildfires to blow up into the most important blaze in New Mexico ’s recorded historical past, the company stated Tuesday.

Massive New Mexico blaze blamed on miscalculations, errors

2022-06-21T21:36+0200startribune (en)

The agency quietly posted an 80-page review that details the planning missteps and the conditions on the ground as crews ignited the prescribed fire in early April. The report states officials who planned the operation underestimated the amount of timber and vegetation that was available to fuel the....

Massive New Mexico blaze blamed on miscalculations, errors

2022-06-21T21:36+0200wftv (en)

Western Wildfires New Mexico FILE - Carson Hot Shots Tyler Freeman works to keep a burning log from rolling down a slope, May 23, 2022, as he and his co-workers work on hot spots from the Calf Canyon/Hermits Peak Fire in the Carson National Forest west of Chacon, N.M. The U.S.

Massive New Mexico blaze blamed on miscalculations, errors

2022-06-21T21:34+0200fresnobee (en)

FILE - Smoke from the Calf Canyon/Hermit Peak Fire drifts over Las Vegas, N.M., on May 7, 2022. New Mexico residents are suing the U.S. Forest Service for information on a massive wildfire that's been burning in the state since late April. The agency has been criticized for its role in causing two....

Massive New Mexico blaze blamed on miscalculations, errors

2022-06-21T21:33+0200krmg (en)

Western Wildfires New Mexico FILE - Carson Hot Shots Tyler Freeman works to keep a burning log from rolling down a slope, May 23, 2022, as he and his co-workers work on hot spots from the Calf Canyon/Hermits Peak Fire in the Carson National Forest west of Chacon, N.M. The U.S.

Massive New Mexico blaze blamed on miscalculations, errors

2022-06-21T21:33+0200bnd (en)

FILE - Smoke from the Calf Canyon/Hermit Peak Fire drifts over Las Vegas, N.M., on May 7, 2022. New Mexico residents are suing the U.S. Forest Service for information on a massive wildfire that's been burning in the state since late April. The agency has been criticized for its role in causing two....

Massive New Mexico blaze blamed on miscalculations, errors

2022-06-21T21:32+0200actionnewsjax (en)

Western Wildfires New Mexico FILE - Carson Hot Shots Tyler Freeman works to keep a burning log from rolling down a slope, May 23, 2022, as he and his co-workers work on hot spots from the Calf Canyon/Hermits Peak Fire in the Carson National Forest west of Chacon, N.M. The U.S.

Massive New Mexico blaze blamed on miscalculations, errors

2022-06-21T21:32+0200myrtlebeachonline (en)

FILE - Smoke from the Calf Canyon/Hermit Peak Fire drifts over Las Vegas, N.M., on May 7, 2022. New Mexico residents are suing the U.S. Forest Service for information on a massive wildfire that's been burning in the state since late April. The agency has been criticized for its role in causing two....

Miscalculations, errors blamed for massive New Mexico blaze

2022-06-21T20:49+0200seattletimes (en)

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) — U.S. Forest Service employees made multiple miscalculations, used inaccurate models and underestimated how dry conditions were in the Southwest, causing a planned burn to reduce the threat of wildfires to explode into the largest blaze in New Mexico ’s recorded history, the agency said Tuesday.

Miscalculations, errors blamed for massive New Mexico blaze

2022-06-21T20:40+0200nypost (en)

US Forest Service employees made multiple miscalculations, used inaccurate models and underestimated how dry conditions were in the Southwest, causing a planned burn to reduce the threat of wildfires to explode into the largest blaze in New Mexico ’s recorded history, the agency said Tuesday.

Miscalculations, errors blamed for massive New Mexico blaze

2022-06-21T20:39+0200latimes (en)

ALBUQUERQUE — Multiple miscalculations, inaccurate models and a lack of understanding of just how dry things are in the Southwest turned a planned burn meant to reduce the threat of wildfire into the largest blaze in New Mexico ’s recorded history, the U.S. Forest Service said Tuesday.

Miscalculations, errors blamed for massive New Mexico blaze

2022-06-21T20:38+0200startribune (en)

The agency quietly posted an 80-page review that details the planning missteps and the conditions on the ground as crews ignited the prescribed fire in early April. The report states officials who planned the operation underestimated the amount of timber and vegetation that was available to fuel the....

Miscalculations, errors blamed for massive New Mexico blaze

2022-06-21T20:37+0200stripes (en)

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — U.S. Forest Service employees made multiple miscalculations, used inaccurate models and underestimated how dry conditions were in the Southwest, causing a planned burn to reduce the threat of wildfires to explode into the largest blaze in New Mexico 's recorded history, the agency said Tuesday.

Miscalculations, errors blamed for massive New Mexico blaze

2022-06-21T20:36+0200nbc12 (en)

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) — U.S. Forest Service employees made multiple miscalculations, used inaccurate models and underestimated how dry conditions were in the Southwest, causing a planned burn to reduce the threat of wildfires to explode into the largest blaze in New Mexico ’s recorded history, the agency said Tuesday.

World News | Miscalculations, Errors Blamed for Massive New Mexico Blaze

2022-06-21T20:27+0200latestly (en)

Albuquerque (US), Jun 21 (AP) US Forest Service employees made multiple miscalculations, used inaccurate models and underestimated how dry conditions were in the Southwest, causing a planned burn to reduce the threat of wildfires to explode into the largest blaze in New Mexico 's recorded history, the agency said Tuesday.

Miscalculations, errors blamed for massive New Mexico blaze

2022-06-21T20:27+0200nwitimes (en)

FILE - Smoke from the Calf Canyon/Hermit Peak Fire drifts over Las Vegas, N.M., on May 7, 2022. New Mexico residents are suing the U.S. Forest Service for information on a massive wildfire that's been burning in the state since late April. The agency has been criticized for its role in causing two....

Miscalculations, errors blamed for massive New Mexico blaze

2022-06-21T20:15+0200news4jax (en)

President Joe Biden speaks during a briefing on the New Mexico wildfires at the New Mexico State Emergency Operations Center, Saturday, June 11, 2022, in Santa Fe, N.M. (AP Photo/Evan Vucci) (Evan Vucci, Copyright 2022 The Associated Press. All rights reserved) ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. – U.S.

Miscalculations, errors blamed for massive New Mexico blaze

2022-06-21T20:13+0200click2houston (en)

President Joe Biden speaks during a briefing on the New Mexico wildfires at the New Mexico State Emergency Operations Center, Saturday, June 11, 2022, in Santa Fe, N.M. (AP Photo/Evan Vucci) (Evan Vucci, Copyright 2022 The Associated Press. All rights reserved) ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. – U.S.

Miscalculations, errors blamed for massive New Mexico blaze

2022-06-21T20:13+0200clickondetroit (en)

President Joe Biden speaks during a briefing on the New Mexico wildfires at the New Mexico State Emergency Operations Center, Saturday, June 11, 2022, in Santa Fe, N.M. (AP Photo/Evan Vucci) (Evan Vucci, Copyright 2022 The Associated Press. All rights reserved) ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. – U.S.

Miscalculations, errors blamed for massive New Mexico blaze

2022-06-21T20:10+0200myrtlebeachonline (en)

FILE - Smoke from the Calf Canyon/Hermit Peak Fire drifts over Las Vegas, N.M., on May 7, 2022. New Mexico residents are suing the U.S. Forest Service for information on a massive wildfire that's been burning in the state since late April. The agency has been criticized for its role in causing two....

Miscalculations, errors blamed for massive New Mexico blaze

2022-06-21T20:06+0200muscatinejournal (en)

FILE - Smoke from the Calf Canyon/Hermit Peak Fire drifts over Las Vegas, N.M., on May 7, 2022. New Mexico residents are suing the U.S. Forest Service for information on a massive wildfire that's been burning in the state since late April. The agency has been criticized for its role in causing two....

Miscalculations, errors blamed for massive New Mexico blaze

2022-06-21T20:05+0200idahostatesman (en)

FILE - Smoke from the Calf Canyon/Hermit Peak Fire drifts over Las Vegas, N.M., on May 7, 2022. New Mexico residents are suing the U.S. Forest Service for information on a massive wildfire that's been burning in the state since late April. The agency has been criticized for its role in causing two....

Miscalculations, errors blamed for massive New Mexico blaze

2022-06-21T20:02+0200news-gazette (en)

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) — Multiple miscalculations, inaccurate models and a lack of understanding of just how dry things are in the Southwest resulted in a planned burn to reduce the threat of wildfire turning into the largest blaze in New Mexico ’s recorded history, the U.S. Forest Service said Tuesday.

Miscalculations, errors blamed for massive New Mexico blaze

2022-06-21T20:01+0200missoulian (en)

FILE - Smoke from the Calf Canyon/Hermit Peak Fire drifts over Las Vegas, N.M., on May 7, 2022. New Mexico residents are suing the U.S. Forest Service for information on a massive wildfire that's been burning in the state since late April. The agency has been criticized for its role in causing two....

Miscalculations, errors blamed for massive New Mexico blaze

2022-06-21T19:58+0200wcfcourier (en)

FILE - Smoke from the Calf Canyon/Hermit Peak Fire drifts over Las Vegas, N.M., on May 7, 2022. New Mexico residents are suing the U.S. Forest Service for information on a massive wildfire that's been burning in the state since late April. The agency has been criticized for its role in causing two....

Miscalculations, errors blamed for massive New Mexico blaze

2022-06-21T19:58+0200lacrossetribune (en)

FILE - Smoke from the Calf Canyon/Hermit Peak Fire drifts over Las Vegas, N.M., on May 7, 2022. New Mexico residents are suing the U.S. Forest Service for information on a massive wildfire that's been burning in the state since late April. The agency has been criticized for its role in causing two....

Miscalculations, errors blamed for massive New Mexico blaze

2022-06-21T19:57+0200buffalonews (en)

FILE - Smoke from the Calf Canyon/Hermit Peak Fire drifts over Las Vegas, N.M., on May 7, 2022. New Mexico residents are suing the U.S. Forest Service for information on a massive wildfire that's been burning in the state since late April. The agency has been criticized for its role in causing two....

Miscalculations, errors blamed for massive New Mexico blaze

2022-06-21T19:56+0200siouxcityjournal (en)

FILE - Smoke from the Calf Canyon/Hermit Peak Fire drifts over Las Vegas, N.M., on May 7, 2022. New Mexico residents are suing the U.S. Forest Service for information on a massive wildfire that's been burning in the state since late April. The agency has been criticized for its role in causing two....

Miscalculations, errors blamed for massive New Mexico blaze

2022-06-21T19:50+0200wacotrib (en)

FILE - Smoke from the Calf Canyon/Hermit Peak Fire drifts over Las Vegas, N.M., on May 7, 2022. New Mexico residents are suing the U.S. Forest Service for information on a massive wildfire that's been burning in the state since late April. The agency has been criticized for its role in causing two....

Miscalculations, errors blamed for massive New Mexico blaze

2022-06-21T19:46+0200fresnobee (en)

FILE - Smoke from the Calf Canyon/Hermit Peak Fire drifts over Las Vegas, N.M., on May 7, 2022. New Mexico residents are suing the U.S. Forest Service for information on a massive wildfire that's been burning in the state since late April. The agency has been criticized for its role in causing two....

Miscalculations, errors blamed for massive New Mexico blaze

2022-06-21T19:44+0200kitchenertoday (en)

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) — Multiple miscalculations, inaccurate models and a lack of understanding of just how dry things are in the Southwest resulted in a planned burn to reduce the threat of wildfire turning into the largest blaze in New Mexico ’s recorded history, the U.S. Forest Service said Tuesday.

Miscalculations, errors blamed for massive New Mexico blaze

2022-06-21T19:43+0200metro-us (en)

Posted on June 21, 2022 FILE – Smoke from the Calf Canyon/Hermit Peak Fire drifts over Las Vegas, N.M., on May 7, 2022. New Mexico residents are suing the U.S. Forest Service for information on a massive wildfire that’s been burning in the state since late April.

Miscalculations, errors blamed for massive blaze

2022-06-21T19:43+0200wkbn (en)

by: SUSAN MONTOYA BRYAN, Associated Press. Posted: Jun 21, 2022 / 01:37 PM EDT. Updated: Jun 21, 2022 / 01:37 PM EDT. ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) — Multiple miscalculations, inaccurate models and a lack of understanding of just how dry things are in the Southwest resulted in a planned burn to reduce the....

Miscalculations, errors blamed for massive New Mexico blaze

2022-06-21T19:42+0200charlotteobserver (en)

FILE - Smoke from the Calf Canyon/Hermit Peak Fire drifts over Las Vegas, N.M., on May 7, 2022. New Mexico residents are suing the U.S. Forest Service for information on a massive wildfire that's been burning in the state since late April. The agency has been criticized for its role in causing two....

Miscalculations, errors blamed for massive New Mexico blaze

2022-06-21T19:42+0200kansas (en)

FILE - Smoke from the Calf Canyon/Hermit Peak Fire drifts over Las Vegas, N.M., on May 7, 2022. New Mexico residents are suing the U.S. Forest Service for information on a massive wildfire that's been burning in the state since late April. The agency has been criticized for its role in causing two....

Miscalculations, errors blamed for massive New Mexico blaze

2022-06-21T19:42+0200kansascity (en)

FILE - Smoke from the Calf Canyon/Hermit Peak Fire drifts over Las Vegas, N.M., on May 7, 2022. New Mexico residents are suing the U.S. Forest Service for information on a massive wildfire that's been burning in the state since late April. The agency has been criticized for its role in causing two....

Miscalculations, errors blamed for massive New Mexico blaze

2022-06-21T19:41+0200newsobserver (en)

FILE - Smoke from the Calf Canyon/Hermit Peak Fire drifts over Las Vegas, N.M., on May 7, 2022. New Mexico residents are suing the U.S. Forest Service for information on a massive wildfire that's been burning in the state since late April. The agency has been criticized for its role in causing two....

Miscalculations, errors blamed for massive New Mexico blaze

2022-06-21T19:40+0200thenewstribune (en)

FILE - Smoke from the Calf Canyon/Hermit Peak Fire drifts over Las Vegas, N.M., on May 7, 2022. New Mexico residents are suing the U.S. Forest Service for information on a massive wildfire that's been burning in the state since late April. The agency has been criticized for its role in causing two....

Miscalculations, errors blamed for massive New Mexico blaze

2022-06-21T19:40+0200theolympian (en)

FILE - Smoke from the Calf Canyon/Hermit Peak Fire drifts over Las Vegas, N.M., on May 7, 2022. New Mexico residents are suing the U.S. Forest Service for information on a massive wildfire that's been burning in the state since late April. The agency has been criticized for its role in causing two....

Miscalculations blamed for New Mexico blaze

2022-06-21T19:40+0200ABCnews (en)

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. -- Multiple miscalculations, inaccurate models and a lack of understanding of just how dry things are in the Southwest resulted in a planned burn to reduce the threat of wildfire turning into the largest blaze in New Mexico ’s recorded history, the U.S. Forest Service said Tuesday.

Miscalculations, errors blamed for massive New Mexico blaze

2022-06-21T19:39+0200bnd (en)

FILE - Smoke from the Calf Canyon/Hermit Peak Fire drifts over Las Vegas, N.M., on May 7, 2022. New Mexico residents are suing the U.S. Forest Service for information on a massive wildfire that's been burning in the state since late April. The agency has been criticized for its role in causing two....

Miscalculations, errors blamed for massive New Mexico blaze

2022-06-21T19:39+0200sunherald (en)

FILE - Smoke from the Calf Canyon/Hermit Peak Fire drifts over Las Vegas, N.M., on May 7, 2022. New Mexico residents are suing the U.S. Forest Service for information on a massive wildfire that's been burning in the state since late April. The agency has been criticized for its role in causing two....

Miscalculations, errors blamed for massive New Mexico blaze ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. Jun 21, 2022 10:31 AM Read more >

2022-06-21T19:39+0200timescolonist (en)

FILE - Smoke from the Calf Canyon/Hermit Peak Fire drifts over Las Vegas, N.M., on May 7, 2022. New Mexico residents are suing the U.S. Forest Service for information on a massive wildfire that's been burning in the state since late April. The agency has been criticized for its role in causing two....

Miscalculations, errors blamed for massive New Mexico blaze

2022-06-21T19:39+0200islandpacket (en)

FILE - Smoke from the Calf Canyon/Hermit Peak Fire drifts over Las Vegas, N.M., on May 7, 2022. New Mexico residents are suing the U.S. Forest Service for information on a massive wildfire that's been burning in the state since late April. The agency has been criticized for its role in causing two....

Miscalculations, errors blamed for massive New Mexico blaze

2022-06-21T19:37+0200apnews (en)

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) — Multiple miscalculations, inaccurate models and a lack of understanding of just how dry things are in the Southwest resulted in a planned burn to reduce the threat of wildfire turning into the largest blaze in New Mexico ’s recorded history, the U.S. Forest Service said Tuesday.

Miscalculations, errors blamed for massive New Mexico blaze

2022-06-21T19:36+0200independent-UK (en)

Multiple miscalculations, inaccurate models and a lack of understanding of just how dry things are in the Southwest resulted in a planned burn to reduce the threat of wildfire turning into the largest blaze in New Mexico ’s recorded history, the U.S. Forest Service said Tuesday.

Miscalculations, errors blamed for massive New Mexico blaze

2022-06-21T19:36+0200ledger-enquirer (en)

FILE - Smoke from the Calf Canyon/Hermit Peak Fire drifts over Las Vegas, N.M., on May 7, 2022. New Mexico residents are suing the U.S. Forest Service for information on a massive wildfire that's been burning in the state since late April. The agency has been criticized for its role in causing two....

Miscalculations, errors blamed for massive New Mexico …

2022-06-21T19:34+0200wearecentralpa (en)

FILE – Smoke from the Calf Canyon/Hermit Peak Fire drifts over Las Vegas, N.M., on May 7, 2022. New Mexico residents are suing the U.S. Forest Service Read More FILE – Smoke from the Calf Canyon/Hermit Peak Fire drifts over Las Vegas, N.M., on May 7, 2022. New Mexico residents are suing the U.S.

Miscalculations, errors blamed for massive New Mexico blaze

2022-06-21T19:33+0200sfgate (en)

FILE - Smoke from the Calf Canyon/Hermit Peak Fire drifts over Las Vegas, N.M., on May 7, 2022. New Mexico residents are suing the U.S. Forest Service for information on a massive wildfire that's been burning in the state since late April. The agency has been criticized for its role in causing two....

Showers, storms and flood threat

2022-06-21T14:30+0200krqe (en)

(KRQE) – Moderate and heavy rainfall is streaming across eastern New Mexico for the morning commute. The rain is coming in from the south, moving north/northeast. Rain is expected to accumulate the most on the east side of the state today, with more isolated showers and storms in the Rio Grande Valley and western New Mexico.

Heavy rain to bring flooding in parts of New Mexico …

2022-06-21T12:21+0200krqe (en)

Heavy rain will develop Tuesday across central New Mexico and will continue into Wednesday morning. Storms will be capable of very heavy rainfall, and will lead to areas of flooding and flash flooding. More monsoon storms continue Monday afternoon for some in New Mexico as moisture continues to stream in from the south.

Flash flooding possible in parts of NM

2022-06-21T12:14+0200krqe (en)

(KRQE) – Heavy rain will develop Tuesday across central New Mexico and will continue into Wednesday morning. Storms will be capable of very heavy rainfall, and will lead to areas of flooding and flash flooding. Higher monsoon moisture will begin to push into the southern part of the state overnight.

Arizona wildfire near Kitt Peak observatory 40% contained

2022-06-20T10:17+0200whatsnew2day (en)

A lightning-caused wildfire that led to an evacuation of Kitt Peak National Observatory southwest of Tucson has been contained by 40%, authorities said. More than 300 firefighters were involved in the wildfire on Saturday. If all goes according to plan, authorities said the fire could be fully contained by next Sunday.

EE.UU. sufre una de las peores tormentas de nieve de la historia

2022-06-19T19:02+0200noticiasambientales (es)

Al menos tres personas han muerto después de una extraña mezcla de condiciones climáticas alrededor de Estados Unidos que generó tornados, tormentas de hielo y calor histórico este fin de semana. Dos muertes ocurrieron en los condados de Coahoma y Jasper en Mississippi, donde un tiempo severo dañó....

Sriracha hot sauce shortage shows how California drought affects Canadian food

2022-06-19T10:19+0200CBC (en)

Our planet is changing. So is our journalism. This story is part of a CBC News initiative entitled "Our Changing Planet" to show and explain the effects of climate change. Keep up with the latest news on our For over four decades, Huy Fong Foods has made its world-famous sriracha hot sauce in Irwindale, Calif.

4 buildings at observatory in Arizona lost in wildfire

2022-06-18T23:46+0200whatsnew2day (en)

Four non-scientific buildings at Kitt Peak National Observatory southwest of Tucson have been lost to a wildfire, but early evidence shows other buildings on the site appeared undamaged, authorities said Saturday. Buell T. Jannuzi, chief of the Department of Astronomy at the University of Arizona,....

Monsoon, summer rainy season sets up across Four Corners region

2022-06-18T10:40+0200wingsenvironmental (en)

The monsoon can be a mixed bag – cooling sweltering cities like Las Vegas and Phoenix but bringing the risk of flooding to mountain towns and low-lying deserts alike. It carries a promise of rain but does not always deliver. And even when it does, the moisture isn’t shared equally across the Four Corners region and beyond.

Flooding concerns mount for residents nearby Black Fire

2022-06-18T01:06+0200lcsun-news (en)

GILA NATIONAL FOREST – It's been over a month since the Black Fire was discovered in the Gila National Forest and while the blaze continues to threaten communities and natural structures, monsoonal flooding is now a concern for the residents who live at the southern edge of the forest.

Hurricane Blas heads out to sea off southern Mexico

2022-06-17T14:49+0200sandiegouniontribune (en)

MEXICO CITY — Hurricane Blas was heading out to sea off Mexico ’s southern Pacific coast Friday, but a tropical depression has also formed off Central America. The depression is forecast to become a tropical storm while moving closer to El Salvador and Guatemala, before veering away from land over the weekend.

Summer rainy season sets up across Four Corners region

2022-06-16T22:10+0200dcourier (en)

FLAGSTAFF — Some Arizona residents were battered by flooding last year when the summer rainy season known simply as the monsoon unleashed on mountains that have been scorched by flames — a concern again this year for residents in the throes of a particularly ferocious wildfire season.

Floods, fires and heat waves: the United States grapples with climate catastrophes | news today

2022-06-16T20:15+0200247newsbulletin (en)

Nearly 120 million Americans were affected by a heat wave warning that hit parts of the Midwest and Southeast this week. “A high pressure dome should produce temperatures above normal, and even records, over the entire area today and tomorrow (Wednesday),” warned the national meteorology.

Alertan en México de lluvias torrenciales por ciclón del Pacífico

2022-06-16T16:54+0200prensa-latina (es)

La institución alertó sobre lluvias torrenciales para las próximas horas para los estados de Jalisco, Colima y Michoacán. Detalló que el huracán Blas no presenta cambios significativos y se localiza al sur-suroeste de las costas de Michoacán, y se desplaza de forma paralela al centro del Pacífico mexicano.

Hurricane center lowers odds of development for Caribbean disturbance

2022-06-16T10:18+0200virginislandsdailynews (en)

ORLANDO, Fla. — An area of low pressure had its odds of development over the next five days lessen Wednesday morning, according to the National Hurricane Center. Satellite images and radar show the presence of an area of low pressure in the southwestern Caribbean Sea.

Hurricane center monitoring system as it moves inland of Nicaragua; lowers odds of development

2022-06-16T05:28+0200news-yahoo (en)

ORLANDO, Fla. — The area of interest over the southwest Caribbean has moved inland of Nicaragua and has a lower chance of development Wednesday afternoon, according to the National Hurricane Center. Satellite images and radar show the presence of an area of low pressure that now has a 10% chance of....

Summer rainy season sets up across Four Corners region

2022-06-16T03:17+0200TorontoStar (en)

FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. (AP) — Some Arizona residents were battered by flooding last year when the summer rainy season known simply as the monsoon unleashed on mountains that have been scorched by flames — a concern again this year for residents in the throes of a particularly ferocious wildfire season.

Summer rainy season sets up across Four Corners region

2022-06-16T03:14+0200wboc (en)

FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. (AP) — Some Arizona residents were battered by flooding last year when the summer rainy season known simply as the monsoon unleashed on mountains that have been scorched by flames — a concern again this year for residents in the throes of a particularly ferocious wildfire season.

Summer rainy season sets up across Four Corners region

2022-06-16T03:12+0200buffalonews (en)

FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. (AP) — Some Arizona residents were battered by flooding last year when the summer rainy season known simply as the monsoon unleashed on mountains that have been scorched by flames — a concern again this year for residents in the throes of a particularly ferocious wildfire season.

Summer rainy season sets up across Four Corners region

2022-06-16T03:09+0200siouxcityjournal (en)

FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. (AP) — Some Arizona residents were battered by flooding last year when the summer rainy season known simply as the monsoon unleashed on mountains that have been scorched by flames — a concern again this year for residents in the throes of a particularly ferocious wildfire season.

Summer rainy season sets up across Four Corners region

2022-06-16T03:09+0200wcfcourier (en)

FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. (AP) — Some Arizona residents were battered by flooding last year when the summer rainy season known simply as the monsoon unleashed on mountains that have been scorched by flames — a concern again this year for residents in the throes of a particularly ferocious wildfire season.

Summer rainy season sets up across Four Corners region

2022-06-16T03:04+0200whig (en)

The monsoon can be a mixed bag — cooling sweltering cities like Las Vegas and Phoenix but bringing the risk of flooding to mountain towns and low-lying deserts alike. It carries a promise of rain but doesn't always deliver. And even when it does, the moisture isn't shared equally across the Four Corners region and beyond.

Summer rainy season sets up across Four Corners region

2022-06-16T02:55+0200independent-UK (en)

Already, conditions are setting up for moisture to move into northern Arizona and other spots later this week that can aid firefighters but also bring dry lightning that could spark more blazes. “A lot of beneficial ingredients come with this,” said Brian Klimowski, who heads the National Weather Service in Flagstaff.

Summer rainy season sets up across Four Corners region

2022-06-16T02:54+0200krmg (en)

Western Wildfires This photo provided by the Rincon Valley Fire District shows crews working a wildfire on the outskirts of Flagstaff, Ariz., on Tuesday, June 14, 2022. Rain in the forecast later this week could help firefighters battling the blaze. (Rincon Valley Fire District via AP) (Uncredited) ....

Summer rainy season sets up across Four Corners region

2022-06-16T02:53+0200wsoctv (en)

Western Wildfires This photo provided by the Rincon Valley Fire District shows crews working a wildfire on the outskirts of Flagstaff, Ariz., on Tuesday, June 14, 2022. Rain in the forecast later this week could help firefighters battling the blaze. (Rincon Valley Fire District via AP) (Uncredited) ....

Summer rainy season sets up across Four Corners region

2022-06-16T02:51+0200apnews (en)

FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. (AP) — Some Arizona residents were battered by flooding last year when the summer rainy season known simply as the monsoon unleashed on mountains that have been scorched by flames — a concern again this year for residents in the throes of a particularly ferocious wildfire season.

Supervisa obra en Villahermosa

2022-06-06T07:01+0200yucatan (es)

CIUDAD DE MÉXICO (El Universal).— Al manifestar que “esto es Tabasco y no como lo pintan”, el presidente Andrés Manuel López Obrador supervisó ayer los avances de la construcción del malecón de Villahermosa para evitar inundaciones en tiempo de lluvias y proteger a la población.

Supervisa AMLO construcción del nuevo malecón Villahermosa

2022-06-06T00:09+0200vanguardia-MX (es)

CIUDAD DE MÉXICO.-Al manifestar que “esto es Tabasco y no como lo pintan”, el presidente Andrés Manuel López Obrador supervisó esta mañana los avances de la construcción del malecón de Villahermosa para evitar inundaciones en tiempo de lluvias y proteger a la población.

Meteo cronaca diretta: Messico, l'uragano Agata impatta con venti a oltre 170 km/h (video) Meteo cronaca diretta: Messico, l'urgano Agatha colpisce la città di Oaxaca con venti fino a 210 km/h (video). L’uragano Agatha, il primo della stagione, tra la fine di Maggio e i primi giorni di Giugno ha....

2022-06-04T09:40+0200informazione (it)

Meteo cronaca diretta: Messico , l'urgano Agatha colpisce la città di Oaxaca con venti fino a 210 km/h (video). L’uragano Agatha, il primo della stagione, tra la fine di Maggio e i primi giorni di Giugno ha colpito la città di, in Messico, con venti fino a 210 km/h; si segnalano danni, vittime e feriti.

Es «probable» que se forme una depresión tropical con los remanentes de Agatha

2022-06-03T17:22+0200lapagina (es)

El miércoles marcó el comienzo de la temporada de huracanes y parece que los trópicos también están al tanto. Ya se conoció la primera señal de que algo está formándose y podría afectar partes de Florida. Esto se debe en parte a los remanentes del huracán Agatha, que tocó tierra en México el lunes, con vientos superiores a 160 km/h.

Meteo cronaca diretta: Messico, l'uragano Agatha provoca inondazioni, venti forti e 11 vittime (video)

2022-06-02T18:56+0200ilmeteo (it)

L’uragano Agatha, il primo della stagione, tra il 29 e il 30 Maggio ha colpito Huatulco sulla costa pacifica del Messico con venti fino a 170 km/h; si segnalano danni, vittime e feriti. L’evento atmosferico ha portato inoltre incessanti piogge, frane, allagamenti e avvisi di inondazione, causando ingenti danni.

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