FLOOD WARS: Flooding City by City in SoCo – Sonoma County, California, USA, Inc . . and Waste Water Treatment Plants SWAMPED by WATER and Flowing into creeks, rivers, houses, businesses, and into the OCEAN . . .

https://www.petaluma360.com/news/9335023-181/sonoma-county-flooding-town-by-town-summary?sba=AAS

EXCERPT:

Historic rainfall hit Santa Rosa. Healdsburg declared a state of emergency after its wastewater treatment plant flooded. Graton firefighters beat their own record for most water rescues in a 24-hour period. Here’s a breakdown of how major Sonoma County cities and towns were affected by the two-day storm and historic flood.

Santa Rosa: The city Tuesday recorded the heaviest one-day rainfall, 5.66 inches, since the National Weather Service began keeping records in 1902. That surpassed the previous single-day record of 5.23 inches on Dec. 19, 1981.

 

 

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