Flooding in Louisiana, 8 June 2020

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Wildfires destroyed several houses in California Suisun city

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Highway in Wyoming, 9 Jun 2020

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Several regions of the United States are suffering from unfavorable weather events. Across the southern States brought heavy rains of tropical storm “Cristobal”. In California, due to dry and windy weather raging wildfires. And in Wyoming unexpectedly returned winter, so much so that the Blizzard had to close the highway.

In the Gulf of Mexico “Cristobal” on the eve made landfall in the southeastern part of Louisiana. Warning, tropical storm, storm surge, and tornadoes have also been declared in the States of Mississippi, Alabama and Florida. According to the forecasts of meteorologists, in some areas expected up to 38 cm of rain.

As a result, the element most affected coastal communities in Louisiana and Mississippi that were severely flooded. During the flood, the help of rescuers took several tourists, their houses were in the water. Information on victims didn’t arrive.

At present weakened to the level of tropical depression “Juan” continues to move in a northerly direction. It has already passed the Arkansas, and reached the Missouri. The wind speed is estimated at 45 km/h. Warning about heavy rainfall and possible flooding are from the Mississippi valley to the Great lakes, reports the national center for U.S. monitoring hurricanes (NHC).

Note that this tropical storm also damaged a Mexico – floods have covered many areas in the States of Campeche, Chiapas, Yucatan and Quintana Roo. And earlier, when “Cristobal” was Pacific tropical storm “Amanda”, torrential rains caused flooding and landslides in Guatemala and El Salvador, which killed more than 20 people.

Flooding in Louisiana and Mississippi:

In California because of the heat worsened the fire situation in both the Northern and southern parts of the state. On 8 June, the alert “red” level of danger acted in the County of Los Angeles. The most difficult situation was in the area of the settlement Castaic. Here, firefighters managed to prevent the fire houses:

Video: NIGHT BRUSH FIRE 6/8/20 Three @LACoFireAirOps water dropping helicopters used night vision technology to assist @LACoFD with the #EquestrianFire wildfire amid Red Flag conditions near Castaic, CA. @LACoFDPIO @NWSLosAngeles @CountyofLA

— LACoFireAirOps (@LACoFireAirOps) June 8, 2020

At the end of last week, the police managed to catch the arsonist in San Jose, his actions led to multiple fires in the fighting involving aircraft.

Earlier in Suisun city Solano County also have those responsible for the occurrence of grass fire. Homeless people grilled meat on the fire in a strong wind, causing the fire spread to the vegetation and spread rapidly towards residential buildings. Was carried out the evacuation of residents. Affected 11 houses and outbuildings, and 4 houses were burnt, according to Stormnews with reference to the channel CBS SF.

The fire affected the wildlife center. Its main building remained intact, but burned down some buildings. The centre staff regret to say that the animals died (4 whites and 3 owls) who were there for many years, one of the owls lived here for 17 years.

And the weather unexpected surprise was a returned winter in Wyoming, which belongs to the group of so-called Mountain States. The Blizzard had closed the highway between Cheyenne, Laramie and Arlington.

Apparently they upgraded to a winter storm warning and the interstate is closed now. So don’t go up there #wywx

— Brendon (@brendonme) June 9, 2020

3.5-4″ snow in Laramie @ 10 pm (30th and Grand). Where there was 3.5 inches here, SWE was 0.4″. Still snowing. @NWSCheyenne

— Coltin Grasmick (@Codagras) June 9, 2020

I-80 remains closed Cheyenne to Laramie due to winter conditions! U.S. 287 also closed Laramie to the Colorado border. Pic is I-80 Tavern area looking west – near the summit. It’s current not a repost from yesterday! #wyoroad

— Jeff Goetz (@D2PIO) June 9, 2020

I-80 between Laramie and Chey., WYO 210 (Happy Jack Rd.) & U.S. 287 south of Laramie are all closed this a.m. due to wintry conditions. Estimated opening time is in 1-3 hours. Maintenance crews reported up to a foot of snow in some high elevation areas like the Summit #wyoroad

— WYDOT District 1 (@wydot1) June 9, 2020