Skip to comments.Apocalyptic Flood: Puerto Rico River Rises 62ft ABOVE flood stage - Extreme Flash Flood
Posted on 09/20/2017 7:15:28 PM PDT by ransomnote
At the link, the vlogger tours the NOAA software investigating current flood conditions in Puerto Rico and worst river situation is 62ft above flooding. Vlogger says he watched a weatherman's report last night and that meteorologist said this kind of flooding was projected.
The Apocalypse is upon us.
All I saw at the link was a graph that didn’t tell me anything.
Recent eearthquakes in Mexico and off the coast of Japan to add to this.
By Joseph T. Lee -
September 20, 2017
The Weather Channel is reporting that the Rio De La Plata River located near Comerio, Puerto Rico has flooded an epic 79.45 Feet, which is the highest ever recorded in history. According to The Weather Channel, Flood Stage on the river is at 11 Feet. The Weather Channel states that this could be correct because of the such steep terrain. They have been unable to confirm this information since all electricity is out all over the island
And volcanic activity:
Hopefully we are doing whatever we can to save lives there.
You think this is bad, you should have been here 66 million years ago when a meteor strike in the Gulf of Mexico wiped out the dinosaurs. Now that was bad.
Guessing this is normal flow of the dam but the land is hilly.
The city looks to be not that many feet above the river. Not good.
Just saw a youtube video on this and the guy was wondering if the instruments are accurate because if they are the towns or communities along the river are gone. He showed a map of the area. The water would be above the buildings, even multiple story buildings.
hope everybody found high ground
I was there and it was...
The worst apocalypse of epic proportions ever.
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