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Texas Fires: More Towns Evacuated

Posted by feww on April 19, 2011

Wildfire force Evacuations of several  towns, Communities

More than 6,000 Fires Consume 1.78 million hectares, 743 structures

Fire Status

Year-to-Date Stats

  • Total Fires:  6,044
  • Acres Burned: 1,787,363
  • Structures Lost to Fire: 743

Current Situation

  • 10 new fires
  • 1 million acres burned since April 6
  • “The 100 acre Pinnacle Fire, now 90 percent contained destroyed 6 homes, caused numerous evacuations, and threatened 100 homes & 10 businesses.” TFS reported.

New large fires from yesterday

  • CR 4600 (Woodville 285), Tyler County: 130 acres, 25% contained

Large, uncontained fires from previous days

– PK COMPLEX, Stephens and Palo Pinto Counties. 147,065 acres total.

  • PK West Fire is 89,715 acres, unknown containment.
  • PK East Fire is 10,996 acres, unknown containment.
  • Hohertz Fire is 40,575 acres, unknown containment.
  • Jackson Ranch Fire is 6,687 acres, 50 percent contained.
  • 600+ homes are threatened [residents evacuated]
  • 31 homes have been confirmed destroyed.
  • “Residents of Possum Kingdom Lake had largely evacuated and were desperately trying to learn the fate of their homes. The forest service said 149 homes had been destroyed,” a report said.
  • More homes have been reported as destroyed yesterday, waiting confirmation.
  • The town of Strawn has been evacuated.
  • 30 homes at Bunger and several communities surrounding Possum Kingdom Lake have been evacuated; the fire is now 6 miles.

A wildfire threatens an upmarket hom near Possum Kingdom, Texas, April 19, 2011. Photo: LM Otero/Associated Press. Image may be subject to copyright.

– WILDCAT, Coke County. 150,000 acres, north of San Angelo, unknown containment.

  • More than 400 homes have been saved.
  • The communities of Grape Creek, Quail Valley, Bronte, Robert Lee and Tennyson are threatened.
  • Evacuations are in effect for multiple communities.

– COOPER MOUNTAIN RANCH, Kent, Stonewall, Scurry and Fisher counties.

  • 152,000 acres, 80 percent contained.
  • Four homes have been destroyed.

– ROCKHOUSE, Presidio and Jeff Davis counties. 191,066 acres, 75 percent contained.

  • 23 homes and 2 businesses were destroyed in the Ft. Davis area.

– SWENSON, Stonewall, King, and Knox counties. 122,500 acres, 90 percent contained.

– BRYSON COMPLEX, Jack County. 7,500 acres, 50 percent contained.

  • More than 150 homes were threatened and saved in the town of Bryson.
  • 70 people have been evacuated.

– PIPELINE, Tyler County. 7,000 acres, 75 percent contained.

  • Forty homes are threatened

– SMITH, Young County. 2,000 acres, 85 percent contained.

– CR 104, Eastland County. 2,000 acres, 85 percent contained.

  • 1,850 homes were threatened in the city of Cisco, as well as a church camp.
  • Five homes destroyed.

– WICHITA COUNTY COMPLEX, Wichita County. 11,785 acres, 90 percent contained.

  • Shepard Air Force Base and  hundreds of homes and apartment complexes around the area were threatened.
  • Seven homes are destroyed.

– FRYING PAN RANCH, Andrews County. 80,907 acres, 80 percent contained.

  • Numerous homes WNW of Andrews were threatened, but none have been lost.

– CANNON FIRE COMPLEX, Pecos County: Three large fires burning 50 miles east of Ft. Stockton, 80 percent contained

  • The Cannon Fire:  9,248 acres
  • The DRH Fire: 26,284 acres
  • The Little Smokey Fire: 27,895 acres

– EAST SIDWYNICKS, Eastland County. 3,000 acres burning near Carbon City, 95 percent contained.

  • 1200 homes were threatened.

– McPHERSON, Sutton County. 1,600 acres, 80 percent contained.
– SUTTON, Crockett County. 31,120 acres, 60 percent contained.
– YATES FIELD (formerly Iraan), Pecos County. 300 acres, 80 percent contained.

– ENCINO, Tom Green County. 12,659 acres, 90 percent contained.  Ten homes threatened and saved.

  • Two homes damaged.

– HICKMAN, Midland County. 16,500 acres, 98 percent contained.

  • 34 homes were destroyed,
  • 62 homes were damaged on this fire south of Midland.

– MIDDLE PEASE, Motley County. 400 acres, 90 percent contained.
– DAD’S CORNER, Archer County. 6,100 acres, 70 percent contained.

  • Fifteen homes are threatened.

More information available at TFS

Other Incidents

  • In a related incident,  two people were killed when their small airplane crashed as it circled over a West Texas wildfire, a report said.
  • Meanwhile, the town of Palo Pinto was under an evacuation order Tuesday night, a report said.

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Severe Thunderstorms Brewing

Posted by feww on April 19, 2011

US Weather Update

Severe thunderstorms forecast for parts of the Ozarks, the lower and middle Mississippi Valleys, and the lower Ohio Valley later today through tonight: NWS

Tornadoes, damaging winds and large hail developing in the Ozarks will move  into parts of Mississippi and lower Ohio Valleys later today through tonight: NWS Storm Prediction Center forecasts

Most likely target areas:

  • Northern And Western Arkansas
  • Central And Southern Illinois
  • Central And Southern Indiana
  • Western And Northern Kentucky
  • Southern And Eastern Missouri
  • Western Ohio
  •  Eastern Oklahoma
  • Northwest Tennessee

Severe Weather Forecast Map

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See earlier entry at

GOES Eastern US SECTOR Infrared Image 

Image of the Day: The Angry Storm Face

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‘Severe thunderstorms are expected to rapidly develop over Missouri and Illinois this afternoon and spread quickly east this evening. The strongest storms will be capable of producing tornadoes, golf ball or larger size hail, and damaging straight line wind gusts in excess of 70 mph. Locally heavy rainfall is also possible. The storms are expected to exit the region to the east by late evening.’ NWS said.

“A cold front will move into the area on Wednesday and bring a good chance for thunderstorms.  Some of these storms could be strong to severe, but the better chance for more organized severe thunderstorms will be to the northwest of our area. The front will stall in our area on Thursday, with the possibility for showers and thunderstorms lingering through the period and perhaps into the weekend,” NWS said.

More information available at NWS …

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Japan Triple Disasters – Update 19 April

Posted by feww on April 19, 2011

Great East Japan Earthquake: 92 percent of the March 11 victims died of drowning

Japan authorities have revealed that 92 percent of the victims of Great East Japan Earthquake, whose bodies have so far been recovered, died of drowning as a result of the deadly tsunami that was spawned by the Mega Quake in the Tohoku region on March 11.

Human Cost of Japan’s March 11 Disasters

  • Death toll: About 14,000
  • No. of Missing: Just over 14,000
  • Main Cause of Death:  About 92% of the victims died of drowning in the tsunami
  • Age Distribution: About two-thirds of the victims were aged 65 or older
  • Source: NHK

Other Stats:

  • No. of Homeless: At least 155,000 [Many others who have moved in with their relatives are NOT included in the govt stats.]
  • Others Missing: In addition to the 14,030 people who are officially missing, an unknown number of others who lived in remote, inaccessible  areas may also have perished, but no records were available as of posting.

Fukushima Nuclear Disaster

Technicians at Fukushima NPP have begun removing highly radioactive water  from basement of Reactor 2 .

Authorities say a total of 70,000 tons of radioactive water is accumulated in the plant’s reactor and turbine buildings, and surrounding trenches.

Remote-controlled robots sent into reactor buildings 1, 2 and 3 on Sunday and Monday showed  radiation levels inside two of the units (1 and 3) were too high for humans.

A remote-controlled robot dubbed “Packbot,” capable of manoeuvring through buildings, taking photos, and measuring radiation levels, is photographed by another Packbot in the stricken Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant No.1 reactor building in Fukushima, N. Japan on April 18, 2011. Photo released by Tokyo Electric Power Co. (TEPCO) on April 19, 2011. TEPCO handout photo via Reuters.

Other News

“It was clear even before this disaster and the need to secure funds for reconstruction that to ensure a sustainable fiscal situation, some sort of reform of spending and revenues was necessary,” said Internal Affairs Minister Yoshiro Katayama. “The debate over the fiscal situation is not something that began with this disaster,” he told reporters.

A Japanese restaurant in Auckland, New Zealand has attached bells to its charity donation buckets after a thief stole cash intended for Japan’s earthquake and tsunami victims, a report said. “At least seven donation buckets in Japanese businesses around Auckland have been filched recently.”

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Posted by feww on April 19, 2011

‘Know Exactly Where You Are Heading’

Large-scale die-offs could start by 2016

FIRE-EARTH Moderators believe that they have identified one of the MEGA TRIGGERS that could ultimately lead to mass die-offs: JPTRMT1 

The findings concur with EDRO Energy Models: Nature’s Warnings Exponentially Intensifying

EDRO models have previously identified another MEGA TRIGGER:  Nuking Earth for Lifestyle

EDRO have also calculated the the probabilities of the ‘End Game Scenarios’: Giga Trends

JPTRMT1 could potentially lead to a Global War.

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U.S. Tornado Outbreak – Update 19 April

Posted by feww on April 19, 2011

More severe weather expected Tuesday

U.S. Tornadoes kill at least 58 in East, South since Thursday

The weekend tornado outbreak killed 45 people and destroyed many homes and businesses in the East and South, NWS reported. Severe thunderstorms are forecast in the Southeast again Tuesday.

[NOTE: SPC reported 45 fatalities for the weekend. FIRE-EARTH has added 13 other fatalities reported on SPC website for Thursday, April 14.]

Weekend Tornadoes: Alabama, Arkansas, Georgia, Illinois, Louisiana, Maryland, Mississippi, Missouri, North Carolina and Virginia.

Weekend Death Toll

  • North Carolina: 22
  • Alabama: 7
  • Arkansas: 7
  • Virginia: 6
  • Oklahoma: 2
  • Mississippi: 1

Thursday’s Death Toll

  • Alabama: 2
  • Arkansas: 8
  • Louisiana: 1
  • Oklahoma: 2

Severe Weather report Summary

“Forecasters said a disturbance moving from the Midwest this morning could account for minor snow accumulations across southern Michigan into northwest New York by tonight. Largely-scattered rain and higher elevation snow showers are expected to move into the Plains and the Midwest tonight into Tuesday. This system is forecast to produce a substantial outbreak of thunderstorms and possibly severe weather from the southern Plains into the Ohio Valley. Potentially heavy rain will impact already-elevated river levels.” NWS reported.

Severe Weather Stats:

Severe Weather Map

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GOES Eastern US SECTOR Infrared Image

Eastern Conus Sector (Infrared Channel). Click image to enlarge. Click HERE to update.

“A large area of the Midwest, central Plains and the Southeast will be at slight risk for severe weather development Tuesday with a core area at Moderate Risk,” Storm Prediction Center forecasters said.

The 7-state area at Moderate Risk

Parts of Missouri, northern Arkansas, the southern two-thirds of Illinois, all of Indiana except the northern quarter, extreme SW Ohio, W. and N. Kentucky and extreme NW Tennessee.

The 18-state area at Slight Risk
Parts of Nebraska, Missouri, Kansas, Oklahoma, Texas, Arkansas, Louisiana, Illinois, Indiana, Ohio, Kentucky, Tennessee, Mississippi, Michigan, Alabama, Pennsylvania, New York and West Virginia, SPC said.


“Main-stem river flooding continues throughout the northern Plains and along parts of the Missouri and Mississippi River drainages.”

From: 2011 Disaster Calendar – April

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