Lessons Learned – Southern California Storm

Storm-Ahead

On February 17th, 2017, Southern California was hit by what many are describing as the storm of the year. The severe rain storm that hit the region is one that occurs once every 10 years or so. Typically, these types of storms coincide with the El Nino years however this … Continue reading

Dangerous Storm Moving into Southern California

Storm-Warning

As we are preparing this blog, a dangerous storm is making its forward march into the Southern California region with as much as 2 – 10 inches of rain expected. This is a storm unlike anything we have seen since 2010 and some say as far back as 1997. There … Continue reading

Southern California Flash Flooding & Drowning Risks

With seasonal rains approaching, concerns are mounting in regards to flooding (flash floods & risk of flooding after wildfires) and possible drownings in the Southern California region with good reason. Concerns have been validated after seeing floods occur after scattered showers in various parts of Southern California over the past … Continue reading

Southern California Flood Control Channels

Flooded L.A. River

Now that Southern California is getting into the rainy season, hopefully that is, we are presenting this post on the dangers of flood control channels. Every year, reports come in of people or animals falling in or getting swept up in full flood control channels just after a good rain. … Continue reading

El Nino Has Arrived!

storm

Since October 2015 we have been sounding the alarm in regards to El Nino and now it appears that it will finally materialize in the Southern California region with the arrival of a series of four different storm fronts expected to dump a great deal of rain. The first of … Continue reading

El Nino And The Homeless

Los Angeles Homeless

One of the problems we have been pondering as of late is something we have not been hearing enough about by our city elected officials in terms of El Nino rains and flooding affecting the homeless encampments in many of the flood control channels and riverbeds throughout the region. As … Continue reading

El Nino Flooding Risks & Drowning

Flash Flooding

With sustained El Nino rains approaching, concerns are mounting in regards to flooding (flash floods & risk of flooding after wildfires) in the Southern California region and with good reason. Concerns have been validated after seeing floods occur after scattered showers in various parts of Southern California. Now keep in … Continue reading

Southern California El Nino Preparedness Guide – Pets

pet safety

FOR THE EL NINO PREPAREDNESS GUIDE FOR PETS CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD   We all know that El Nino will affect Southern California soon enough and for that reason it is imperative that preparedness efforts be initiated sooner rather than later while we have ample time to do so. It … Continue reading

Southern California El Nino Preparedness Guide, Part 2

El Nino

Golden State Lifeguards and other Southern California agencies are warning residents that now is the time to start getting prepared for the coming El Nino rains because it could be catastrophic. Compared to the 1997-1998 El Nino event, this one is being described as one that will dwarf previous ones … Continue reading

Southern California El Nino Preparedness Guide, Part 1

El Nino Storm Warning

EL NINO PREPAREDNESS IS KEY TO SURVIVAL! **UPDATE – Due to the overwhelming response to this guide, we can come out and speak to your homeowners group, business or school. Let’s get prepared together! 747-444-1035   CLICK HERE FOR PRINTABLE VERSION OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA EL NINO PREPAREDNESS GUIDE   Golden … Continue reading