Third Storm in five days wreaks havoc on U.S. West Coast


Third Storm in five days wreaks havoc on U.S. West Coast
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The Extinction Protocol

December 3, 2012CALIFhttp://vortex.accuweather.com/adc2004/pub/includes/columns/newsstory/2012/400x266_11291701_impactthrutues.jpgORNIABlasting out of the Pacific, the third and most powerful “Pineapple Express” storm of the week swept over the Bay Area Sunday morning, dumping heavy rain on a region already soaked to the roots and reeling from power outages and flooding. “It’s a mess,” said CHP Officer James Evans. “We’ve got flooding everywhere.” The triple whammy toppled trees and power lines, snarled traffic, caused accidents on slippery roadways and cut electrical power to about 297,000 customers in the region, including BART riders who were stranded on subway cars during a harrowing, one-hour outage early Sunday morning. Measured by rainfall and wind, this was one of the most powerful storm events since October 2009, said Jan Null, a meteorologist with the Golden Gate Weather Services. Pineapple Express is a term for warm weather fronts that start in the southwest Pacific and head…

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