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‘This is the wettest winter’ in decades
Written by Hunter Cresswell, Times-Standard   

1/11/17

 

It’s been a wet, windy few days on the North Coast that have seen widespread flooding, power outages, land- and mudslides on roads, falling trees, high tides and now school closures.

 

“PG&E meteorologists today said this is the wettest winter that Humboldt County and Mendocino County have seen in 20 years. The last time this much rain fell in these areas was the winter of 1996-1997,” Pacific Gas and Electric Company representative Deanna Contreras said Tuesday.

 

It’s not just rivers flooding; Humboldt Bay broke a high tide record.

 

“Today’s high tide was 1.4’ higher than predicted, reaching 9.64’ — an all-time high for Humboldt Bay!” Humboldt Baykeeper tweeted Tuesday.

 

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