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Minnesota StatePosted by
CBS Minnesota

Minnesota Weather: Air Quality Alert Extended Due To ‘Unprecedented’ Conditions

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — The Minnesota Pollution Control Agency has extended and upgraded the air quality alert in much of the state due to “unprecedented” conditions caused by wildfire smoke. The air quality alert is extended until at least 3 p.m. Tuesday. The affected area is all of Minnesota, including the tribal nations of Grand Portage, Fond du Lac, Upper Sioux, Leech Lake, Red Lake, Mille Lacs, and Prairie Island. In a large area stretching from northern Minnesota to the Twin Cities, fine particles are expected to reach the “Purple AQI category”, which is a level considered very unhealthy for everyone. WCCO’s Director of...
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Utah StatePosted by
Jax Hudur

Utah Sandstorm Linked to Climate Change Causes Fatalities

A sandstorm in Millard County, Utah, caused a series of crashes on I-15CNN.COM. On Sunday, the 25th of July 2021, powerful winds that blew across the US state of Utah resulted in a Sandstorm that claimed the lives of 8 people. The sandstorm created poor visibility on interstate 15 in Millard County, which caused an accident that involved 22 vehicles, including 18 wheelers.
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Manteca Bulletin

IN DROUGHT’S GRIP, MANTECA- LATHROP HAS FLOOD WORRIES

South San Joaquin County as well as the rest of California is in severe drought. But one of the big worries of more than a few people including rural South Manteca farmers and residents, elected leaders in Manteca and Lathrop, and the handful of city residents not oblivious to the fact they reside in one of the most flood prone areas in California is too much water.
Sacramento, CASacramento Bee

The drought is different this time. Everyone in the Sacramento region must conserve water

California is in the grip of another extreme drought. The consequences can be seen all over the Sacramento region and, unfortunately, the worst is yet to come. We expect to see water levels in the American River this fall that may reach historic lows. This will be difficult not only for people who enjoy recreating in our scenic river corridor, but also for the salmon, steelhead and other native species that need water to survive and reproduce.
EnvironmentPosted by
24/7 Wall St.

The Most Destructive Wildfire In American History

The history of wildfires in U.S. history is muddy. Some of this has to do with how long records have been kept. Another has to do with whether modern analysts accept information that is over a century old. Some historians think The Great Peshtigo Fire in 1871 was the largest. It burned up an area […]
Sturgis, SDnewscenter1.tv

The 2021 Sturgis Rally long range forecast and early August outlook

Sturgis Rally and the August Outlook -Look to the Pacific. GOES-16 satellite image of the Black Hills nestled between Wyoming and South Dakota Saturday morning around 9:30 AM MDT. Immediately you notice the milky white blur covering large sections of the area – smoke from wildfires in Canada and the...
Santa Fe, NMLaredo Morning Times

Abundant rain brings mixed blessings to New Mexico

SANTA FE, N.M. (AP) — Four months ago, Paul Skrak was among the New Mexico farmers who braced themselves for a bleak summer when acute drought conditions delayed the growing season by 30 days. But the past few weeks have brought rainfall that’s defying earlier doubts of a strong monsoon,...
Cass County, NDINFORUM

Keeping your lawn alive during a drought

Memories of drought are hard to erase. The decadelong drought of the “Dirty Thirties” was etched in my parents’ young memories, as they still told stories 70 years later. Although the drought of 1988-89 didn’t last nearly as long, I still have vivid memories, mostly because our lawn died. Lawn...
EnvironmentRegister-Guard

Guest View: The reckoning of our mistakes is upon us

The bad news repeats relentlessly: continental heatstroke, drought, hurricanes and fires of hell in southern Oregon and West-wide. Not to mention floods next winter and sea-level overtaking not just Miami but also undermining Highway 101 close to home. But here's what the world is telling us: We've been doing it...
Agriculturemidwestfarmreport.com

Lower Cattle On Feed Numbers

Prepared and written by Jeff Swenson, DATCP Livestock and Meat Specialist. The Market Update draws information from several sources, including trade publications, radio broadcasts, agricultural news services, individuals involved in the industry as well as USDA NASS and AMS reports. ■ Three USDA reports released last week indicate what lies...
California StateNew York Post

California firefighters hold back huge blaze near town torched in 2018

California firefighters scored a rare win for this season when the state’s largest wildfire stayed within a perimeter they built. The Dixie Fire, burning northeast of the town of Paradise, which was largely destroyed in 2018, was burning nearly 241,000 acres, or about 375 square miles, Saturday morning and was just 24 percent contained, according to Cal Fire, the state’s wildfire agency. It’s destroyed at least 42 homes so far and threatens more than 10,000 others.
Politicsetvnews.com

Community Praised for Water Conservation by Price City Council

As promised at the beginning of the season, each Price City Council meeting this summer has featured a water conservation update to keep the community informed on the current drought conditions. Miles Nelson began by stating that, in response of the algae bloom in Scofield, he wished to ensure that...
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