Saturday, 16 March 2019

The worst flooding in more than 50 years devastates the Plains and the Midwest threatening to close a nuclear power station and is causing dams to fail

The worst flooding in more than 50 years is causing grave concern in the Plains and the Midwest, dams are failing and preparations were being made to shut down a nuclear power plant along the rising Missouri River.
According to the Weather Channell, a dam failed in Spencer, Nebraska, and another dam was at high risk of failing in north-central Nebraska.
The National Weather Service's Omaha office was forced to evacuate Friday due to the flood threat.
A Nebraska farmer was killed trying to rescue a stranded motorist.

The Missouri River reached near-record levels after Midwest and Great Plain streams were swelled by a massive storm that soaked fields and dropped heavy snow from Colorado to Canada this week.
At Rulo, Nebraska, Missouri was forecast to crest within 6 inches (152 millimetres) of its record height set in June 2011, the National Weather Service said.
Further downstream in St. Joseph, Missouri, it's expected to reach within a foot of its all-time high.
While weather conditions have eased, rivers throughout the Midwest and Great Plains will remain high through the weekend, said Marc Chenard, a senior branch forecaster at the Weather Prediction Center.
Nebraska Public Power District's Cooper nuclear plant will close when Missouri reaches 901.5 feet above sea level, which is forecast for early Saturday morning, said Mark Becker, a utility spokesman.
The staff has placed sandbags along the river levee and the plant itself should remain "high and dry" because it was built 903 feet above sea level, he said.
After surveying the extensive flooding from the air, Nebraska Gov. Pete Ricketts said in a Friday press conference that it was the "most widespread flooding damage we've had in the last half-century."

Almost three thousand people have been evacuated from the worst affected areas, however, the main worry is the thousands of livestock left stranded.

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  1. Mother nature is coming to get us. Insurance payments soon to be huge for everybody. High risk areas soon to be un insurable. Climate losses will be un recoverable. Geoengineering is making matters worse, compounding,and causing most.

  2. 444 Nuclear Reactors

    450 Nuclear Fuel Rod Facilities an Their Over 1,300 Fuel Rod Pools

    Over 250,000 Toxic Tons Of Radiated Nuclear Waste

    Over 14,000 Nuclear Weapons

    There Is So Much Uranium In The Oceans They Will Be Mining It Soon

    20 Feet Of Sea Level Rise In Greenland

    200 Feet Of Sea Level Rise In Antarctica

    When Will We Be Fukushimatized ?

  3. There Is So Much Uranium In The Oceans They Will Be Mining It Soon

    That's a good one.
    We have over 4' of snow on the ground ready to melt in n wisconsin,get ready south, it's coming to a river never You!
    Let's pause a moment and give thanks for all the good weather we have in America!,ok, now panic!!!!!!

  4. I see unproductive Wheat, Corn, Soy fields--losses to farmers & the US that we can not afford. I keep posting this, but it haunts me: "Continuous Change, to the point where you wake up every day. not yet digesting the change of the previous day, and knowing you haven't got a clue as to how your day is going to change that day, but you know it will." -- Clif High Webbot 2017

    1. What ever happened to Cliff High?

    2. I get your point Chessie, but most likely those wheat, corn and soy fields were GMO crops, so good to see them lost. Minnesota leads in GMO soy and they are using it for their cooking oils in restaurants unknown and untold to the public who are eating it. Geoengineering caused this storm flooding but I see Gods hand here destroying mans evil frankenfood! Good stuff!

    3. Excellent Point Hawkeye!
      I guess your Name says it all

  5. "I am NOT from this planet Earth, but don't be nervous. It is necessary that you Earth humans recognize that MANY of us
    extraterrestrials are here INTERMINGLED with you on Earth and trying to help because you are very close to having tremendous problems on your planet!"