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    We've had some beautiful, actually Fall-like days lately in central Arizona - sunny and in the low sixties. Last night, however, it was thunderstorms and tremendous winds all night that blew things around and kept many people up listening to it, like a big truck revving its engine, and wondering whether their trees and roofs were going to be in their usual places in the morning. At four a.m. an alarm sounded on my cellphone as they announced a tornado warning. (We really don't see many of those in this part of the country.)

    We're down one yard umbrella, but aside from that I think we made it through pretty well. Up in northern Arizona, in places like Flagstaff and Prescott, some roads are closed because of the snow.
    Arizona...the only state in the country where rain is considered a state of emergency.

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    Strong earthquake Idaho, 6.5

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    There have been a lot of earthquakes in that area lately.
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    The Huge Magnitude 6.5 Earthquake That Just Hit Idaho Continues Alarming Trend Of Western Quakes

    Why has the western United States suddenly been shaking so violently over the past several weeks? On Tuesday, the constant barrage of headlines about the coronavirus pandemic was interrupted by an enormous earthquake that hit central Idaho. Of course Idaho is not exactly known for earthquakes, and so this was quite a surprise. In fact, the largest quake in Idaho history was the magnitude 6.9 Borah Peak earthquake in 1983. So when a magnitude 6.5 earthquake stuck not too far from Boise on Tuesday, it really stunned a whole lot of people. And according to the Spokesman-Review, this quake could be felt as far away as Calgary
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    Quote Originally Posted by roadmaster View Post
    Strong earthquake Idaho, 6.5
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    4.6 earthquake in San Diego

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    Just what Cal needs,
    Major fire in river bottom near Brawley advancing on town. Evacuations in progress and Yuma Az. fire assisting at this time.High winds being experienced.

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