Thunder Bay and surrounding communities in northern Ontario have declared a state of emergency after heavy weekend rains caused extensive flooding. More than 100 mm of rain showered the area over the weekend, knocking out power, washing out roads and flooding basements in the city's south end. The decision to declare an emergency came after a pump failed at the city's sewage plant.
Heavy rains and flooding have led two cottage country communities in central Ontario to declare a state of emergency.In the town of Huntsville, a three and a half metre sinkhole has opened up on Hwy. 11 after 50 mm of rainfall in th... Read Post
Heavy rain storms dumping on central and north California Saturday night and Sunday knocked out power to thousands in San Francisco, Sacramento and elsewhere, and caused moderate flooding in a number of communities. The area, which ... Read Post