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Severe Weather and the Economic Impact
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By popular demand, this thread is intended for discussion of severe weather events and any related economic impact.

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5772Interesting -- I did not know about that. That said, humans are really good at cLoneClone-yesterday
5771Well if they run out of water in Vegas they can tap into trillions of gallons ofBenny-Rubin-yesterday
5770What will cities like LV and Phoenix use for water if this becomes the new normaLoneClone-yesterday
5769Las Vegas breaks record with over 150 rain-free days in a row accuweather.comBenny-Rubin-yesterday
5768Yea don't venture outside until the smoke clears out. Not worth chancing youBenny-Rubin-last Tuesday
5767Alas, the smoke is not leaving Vancouver today; in fact it may hold in for anothLoneClone2September 14
5766Hope this helps you.Western US pattern change to bring wildfire and smoke reliefBenny-Rubin-September 14
5765I have now not been outside for two days, but I hope it will be safe to go out tLoneClone-September 13
5764All sorts of daily maximum temperature records fell across southern BC yesterdayLoneClone-September 11
5763Although we are now suffering under a heat wave in BC, it is probably too late iLoneClone2September 10
5762and it isn't even true fire season yet. Close but Sept and Oct are heart ofDrygulch Dan-September 10
5761Wildfires devastate communities in Oregon, Washington as fire danger remains higBenny-Rubin-September 10
5760Denver frostbitten as winter seemingly overtakes summer in a day By Adriana NavaBenny-Rubin-September 8
5759Its pretty amazing It all started Sunday was we were driving up to Truckee, we Drygulch Dan-August 23
5758California wildfires burn acreage larger than New Jersey accuweather.comBenny-Rubin-August 23
5757No we are fine right now. We have a lot of smoke but not hot ashes. Nearest Drygulch Dan1August 20
5756Are you in any kind of fire danger where you live?Benny-Rubin-August 20
5755Smoke everywhere. Flew in yesterday from the North to SF. Saw some amazing smoDrygulch Dan1August 20
5754And the one menacing Penticton in BC more than doubled in size yesterday. The teLoneClone-August 20
5753At least 2 dead as wildfires explode in size, displacing thousands of CaliforniaBenny-Rubin-August 20
5752Waterspout whipped onshore as tornado, downing trees and spooking South Florida Benny-Rubin1August 20
5751The Penticton fire grew almost 50% in size today, and conditions tomorrow, with LoneClone-August 19
5750More than 90 forest fires were started this week across southern BC, Several areLoneClone-August 19
5749Residents of DeLand, Florida, 'scared, distraught and shocked' after posBenny-Rubin-August 19
5748Apparently there were more than 1600 lightening strikes on the BC coast last nigLoneClone-August 17
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