Reports for 2018-01-14

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01/14/18 - 1143hrs Daily report, California State Militia

* California Fire Areas: As rain returns this week so does the potential for mudslides. People in areas hit by the fires should maintain a high level of awareness for their surroundings as wet weather returns. Currently the death toll in Montecito is at 20. * Hawaii: Many snowflakes melted in this crisis that shall be remembered as the false missile crises of 2018. Some celebs and leftist pundits have actually blamed President Trump for this. In all seriousness, the alert was a complete and total blunder made by humans. That being said, in reality it can happen to not only Hawaii but the West Coast…do you have a plan? -Warnings/ Advisories (NOAA) * Special Weather Statement: A Change to a Wet Weather Pattern this Week... Several storms will move through the region this week and early next week. The first storm will have high snow levels near major trans-sierra pass levels or higher for most of the storm. A stronger system with much lower snow levels is expected Wednesday night through Friday of this week with a third system possible early next week. The first storm will move through late Monday through early Tuesday morning with some lingering showers through Tuesday afternoon. While this will not be a big storm precipitation amounts remain uncertain and changes in the amount of snowfall near pass levels may occur. - Burney Basin, Eastern Shasta County; Carquinez Strait and Delta; Central Sacramento Valley; Clear Lake, Southern Lake County; Motherlode; Mountains Southwestern Shasta County to Northern Lake County; Northeast Foothills, Sacramento Valley; Northern Sacramento Valley; Northern San Joaquin Valley; Shasta Lake Area, Northern Shasta County; Southern Sacramento Valley; West Slope Northern Sierra Nevada; Western Plumas County, Lassen Park * High Surf Advisory: Coastal North Bay Including Point Reyes National Seashore; Northern Monterey Bay; San Francisco; San Francisco Peninsula Coast; Southern Monterey Bay and Big Sur Coast, Orange County Coastal; San Diego County Coastal Areas, San Luis Obispo County Central Coast; Santa Barbara County Central Coast, Catalina and Santa Barbara Islands; Los Angeles County Coast including Downtown Los Angeles; Ventura County Coast * Beach Hazards Statement: Coastal Del Norte; Mendocino Coast; Northern Humboldt Coast; Southwestern Humboldt * Wind Advisory: Central Siskiyou County, Modoc County, -Weather (South Bay/ San Jose) * Sunrise - 0721hrs. Sunset - 1713hrs. * Foggy in the morning, cloudy during the day * Highs hitting 70 - lows toward 50 * No Allergy Alert from Trees. No allergy alert from grass, none for weeds * Sunday should break 70s and be mostly sunny. Temperatures cool going into the week heading for mid-50s by the end of the week. Clouds start to increase also with chances for rain for early Tuesday commute and possibly the ride home. Rain Thursday and Friday with a sunny Saturday and rainy Sunday of our following week. - Ring of Fire * 3.3 W of Ferndale, CA. 5.1 NE of Paluan, Philippines. 7.1 SSW of Acari, Peru. - Civil Unrest/ Terrorism * Mostly quiet - CA Firearms Laws: * Same tyranny as yesterday …It’s going to get worse… * Thought of the day: Drink more coffee… Keep your head on a swivel and stay safe -DeltaWhiskey http://www.cal-militia.com/contact-us.html