Wednesday, November 22, 2017

[Volcano_Vista_HS] Daily Announcements Tuesday, November 21, 2017



Good Morning Hawks

 

Today is Tuesday, November 21, 2017

 

We will be on a short assembly C-day schedule for advisory today.

 

TSA: Today at lunch TSA will be selling Hawks Pop sockets! Come to Lower E- Hall and  support your Technology Student Association. 

 

BOWLING: On Saturday the High School bowling held it's third tournament and for the third week in a row - a Hawk team soared to a first place finish.  Tyler Doucett, Ryan Lovato, Marcus Garcia, Kevin Jaramillo and Brandon Trujillo held off 11 other teams in the competitive Intermediate division.  The VVHS coach are proud of the effort of the many first time bowlers effort that makes all teams competitive.  They look forward to having more than 25 bowlers ready for the next tournament on Dec 2nd at the Starlight Lanes.

 
ATHLETICS:
BASKETBALL:
The season opener for girls and boys' basketball is tonight in the Ring of Fire against Atrisco Heritage. The girls will play at 5:30 and the boys will play at 7pm
 
GIRLS TRACK: Girls pre-season track and field will begin Monday November 27th at 2:45 pm. Please see Coach Schrader in H018 or Coach Salcedo in A105 this week at lunch to get a schedule and fill out paperwork.
 
BOYS TRACK Hey Hawks!  If you are interested in being a part of the incredible men's track program here at Volcano Vista, we have a pre-season meeting at lunch today in the Lecture Hall.

That's all for your morning announcements Hawks. Have a great Thanksgiving break.

And remember

As always

It's Great to be a Hawk

 





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[californiadisasters] On This date In California Weather History (November 22)



2013: A waterspout was observed just off San Clemente Island, and funnel clouds were
observed in Encinitas and just off the coast in Oceanside.

2004:
Thundersnow started on the evening of 11.20 in the upper desert and snow continued until this day.
Widespread reports of two feet with drifts to 3 feet came from Wrightwood, Lake Arrowhead, Big Bear and the Palm Springs Tramway (8,500 feet).
The snow level was as low as 1,000 feet.
18"-20" of snow fell in foothills south of YuccaValley, 14" fell in Phelan, 9"-12" in Hesperia and Apple Valley, 9" in Yucaipa and Calimesa and up to 3" throughout the southern Inland Empire.
Tree damage resulted in lower elevations, which caused house damage and power outages.
Snow lined I-10 near Calimesa for a few days following the end of the snow.

2001: Gusty winds blew across the mountains of Tulare and Kern County.
With Indian Wells Canyon clocking a 97 mph gust and in the Kern County deserts, where an 81 mph wind gust was recorded at Inyokern and Mojave.
The strong winds damaged roofs, blew out windows and took away signs in California City.

1999: A wind gust of 80 mph was reported at Highland.

1996: Between 400 pm and 630 pm MST a series of supercell thunderstorms erupted along a slow moving cold frontal boundary near Kingman, AZ.
Four tornadoes were recorded with the largest tornado observed touching down near Interstate 40 about 18 miles southwest of Kingman.
This tornado was estimated to be one-quarter of a mile wide and traveled on eastward track for about 20 minutes and rated a F1.
It caused significant damage to a barn and tool shed.

1996: A rare (for central California) mesoscale supercell thunderstorm spawned two tornadoes (an F0 and an F1) that struck the Lemoore Naval Air Station.
This storm was part of a larger thunderstorm complex that also spawned an F1 tornado that touched down northeast of Merced and an F0 tornado that touched down northeast of Bakersfield.
Hail as large as 2.5"  in diameter also fell in association with the supercell that affected Lemoore Naval Air Station damaging vehicles.

1988: A cold front brought strong winds to the Reno, NV, area.
A wind gust of 95 mph was reported in the Callahan Ranch area of southwest Reno, NV.

1984: McCarran International Airport received 0.74" of rain making this the wettest Thanksgiving Day ever in Las Vegas, NV.

1975: The morning low temperature at Reno, NV, was 7° F.

1966: 13.5" of snow fell at Tahoe City (west shore Lake Tahoe).

1965: Heavy storms drawing tropical moisture in the mountains and desert started on this day and ended on 11.25.
Storm totals: 20" at Mt. San Gorgonio, 16" at Mt. San Jacinto, 9.59" at Cuyamaca, 6"-9" at Banning-Cabezon, over 4" at Palm Springs, less than 1" near the Salton Sea.
The one-day total was over nine inches at Snow Creek.
15 died all over Southern California.
The entire region was hit hard with severe flooding, including road and bridge washouts and debris flows.
Santee was inundated.
Two drowned attempting to cross the Whitewater River.
Five died in Tijuana.
One died in Rancho Cucamonga, another drowned in San Bernardino and three drowned in Lytle Creek flooding.
Record flood levels on Tahquitz Creek. Spring Valley Creek floods in southeast San Diego.
The Sweetwater River floods parts of National City and Chula Vista.
Record flood levels were recorded at Tahquitz Creek.
It was the largest flood on the Whitewater River since 1938.

1957: Extremely destructive Santa Ana winds started on 11.21 and ended on this day.
Winds produced a 28,000 acre brush fire on a 40-mile front west of Crystal Lake.
People were ordered off the streets in some areas due to flying debris.
12 of 33 passengers on an airplane over Ontario were hurt by a downdraft in extreme turbulence.
Paint was completely stripped off of windward sides of four cars stalled in a Fontana sandstorm.

1908: Fort Ross received 2.7" of rain.

Source: NWS San Francisco/Monterey, Hanford, Reno, Las Vegas, Phoenix, & San Diego

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Tuesday, November 21, 2017

[californiadisasters] On This Date In California Weather History (November 21)



2004: Gusty Mono Winds blew across the southern Sierra with gusts clocked as high as 93 mph.
Numerous trees blew down near El Portal and Foresta and property damage occurred in Oakhurst and Ponderosa Basin.
Overall 3600 customers lost power in the mountains.

2004: A mid and upper level trough dug southward from the northern Rockies on November 19th and by the evening of the 20th formed an upper low over northern Nevada which eventually closed off and moved towards southern California by the morning of the 21st.
This low remained over southern California into the 22nd.
Most of the snow fell across the area on the 21st into the 22nd. There were three main areas of heavy snow that fell from this storm.
These were in the Morongo Basin area of California, mainly in the town of Yucca Valley, the Spring Mountains of southern Nevada and the higher elevations of central Mohave County in Arizona.
Snow fell as low as 2000 feet in San Bernardino County and as low as 3400 feet in the Spring Mountains.
Specific totals included 18" in the Sky Harbor area in Yucca Valley at 3900 feet in elevation, 12" in Yucca Valley around 3500 feet in elevation and 2" in Joshua Tree.
On Mt. Charleston (NW of Las Vegas, NV), totals ranged from 23" in Kyle Canyon at 7450 feet to 36" at the ski resort in Lee Canyon.
In northwest Arizona, 24" fell at the top of Hualapai Mountain with 12.3" measured at Diamond M Ranch and 2" recorded in Kingman, AZ.
Snowfall totals over a foot in these areas are significant amounts in the middle of winter, let alone so early in the season.

2004: Thundersnow started on the evening of 11.20 in the upper desert and snow continued until 11.22.
Widespread snow reports of two feet with drifts to three feet came from Wrightwood, Lake Arrowhead, Big Bear and the Palm Springs Tramway (at 8,500 feet).
The snow level was as low as 1,000 feet.
18"-20" of snow fell in foothills south of YuccaValley, 14" fell in Phelan, 9"-12" in Hesperia and Apple Valley, 9" in Yucaipa and Calimesa and up to 3" throughout the southern Inland Empire.
Tree damage resulted in lower elevations, which caused house damage and power outages.
Snow lined I-10 near Calimesa for a few days following the end of the snow.
On this day the storm brought wind gusts to 84 mph to Fremont Canyon and 62 mph to northern San Bernardino.

2002: Fresno reached a high of 81° F, making it the latest 80° F or better high temperature on record.

1977: Saint Helena received 5.19" of rain -- a record for the month.

1972: Santa Barbara hits 105° F, establishing an all-time high for the month.

1967: A moist subtropical storm system that started on 11.18 ended on this day.
14"+ of precipitation fell in the mountains above LA, 7.96" fell in LA.
Flooding was called the "worst since 1934."
Two were killed.
Flash flooding and mud slides resulted.
400 were stranded in the mountains due to closed highways.
On this day 0.51" fell in San Diego in 10 minutes, the greatest 10 minute rainfall on record.

1957: Extremely destructive Santa Ana winds started on this day and ended on 11.22.
Winds produced a 28,000 acre brush fire on a 40-mile front west of Crystal Lake.
People were ordered off the streets in some areas due to flying debris.
12 of 33 passengers on an airplane over Ontario were hurt by a downdraft in extreme turbulence.
Paint was completely stripped off of windward sides of four cars stalled in a Fontana sandstorm.

1950: A series of storms deposited heavy rain which combined with melting snow to produce
severe flooding in Reno, NV.

1924: It was 97° F in Riverside, the highest temperature on record for November.
This also occurred on 11.2.1997.

1900: 12" of snow fell at Cedarville (in Surprise Valley, Modoc Co.).

1884: A heavy winter storm brought 4" of rain to LA, and 6" to Cajon Pass, where newly laid railroad track was washed out and numerous mud slides occurred.

Source: NWS San Francisco/Monterey, Hanford, Reno, Las Vegas, & San Diego

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Monday, November 20, 2017

[californiadisasters] On This Date In California Weather History (November 20)



2004: Thundersnow started on this evening in the upper desert and snow continued until 11.22.
Widespread reports of two feet with drifts to three feet came from Wrightwood, Lake Arrowhead, Big Bear and the Palm Springs Tramway (at 8,500 feet).
The snow level was as low as 1,000 feet.
18"-20" of snow fell in foothills south of YuccaValley, 14" fell in Phelan, 9"-12" in Hesperia and Apple Valley, 9" in Yucaipa and Calimesa and up to 3" throughout the southern Inland Empire.
Tree damage resulted in lower elevations, which caused house damage and power outages.
Snow lined I-10 near Calimesa for a few days following the end of the snow.

1983: Strong winds whipped Las Vegas, NV, gusting to 96 mph in Henderson, NV.
The marquee of the Bonanza Gift Shop on the Strip was damaged and windows were broke
at the Dunes Hotel.

1977: The morning low temperature at Reno, NV was 7° F.

1967: A moist subtropical storm system that started on 11.18 ended on 11.21.
14"+ of precipitation fell in the mountains above LA, 7.96" fell in LA.
Flooding was called the "worst since 1934."
Two were killed.
Flash flooding and mud slides resulted.
400 were stranded in the mountains due to closed highways.

1963: Heavy rains hit Southern California with 1.5"-3" on 11.19 and on this day.
2.35" fell in Santa Ana on this day, the greatest daily amount on record for November.
Six were injured in local flooding and numerous traffic accidents.
Strong storm winds downed hundreds of trees and power lines.

1961: A heavy rain fell in the mountains above San Bernardino.
Water and rocky debris came down the canyons into orange groves and Patton Hospital grounds, causing damage to fences and trees.

1956: A strong and prolonged Santa Ana wind event started on 11.19 and ended on 11.29.
On this day a 100 mph gust was recorded at a forest lookout near Saugus.
A fire north of Descanso started on 11.19, killed 11 and burned 44,000 acres.
Two wooden bridges and a power plant were destroyed.

1951: 13" of snow fell at Glenbrook (east shore Lake Tahoe).

1950: Fresno set a record high minimum for the month of November, 62° F.
This was tied on November 11, 1973.

1941: Monterey had a low temperature of 30° F -- a record for the month.

1903: Santa Rosa received 3.8" of rain -- a record for the month.


Source: NWS San Francisco/Monterey, Hanford, Reno, Las Vegas, & San Diego

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[californiadisasters] On This Date In California Weather History (November 19)



2008: Santa Ana winds blew from 11.15 to this day.
Winds gusted over 70 mph in the Santa Ana Mountains and over 60 mph in the northern Inland Empire.
The Freeway Complex Fire burned from Corona through Chino Hills and Yorba Linda.
This fire destroyed or damaged over 300 homes and four businesses.
More than 30,000 acres burned and more than 40,000 evacuated.

1994: Lodgepole (Sequoia Nat'. Park) recorded a low of -3° F, coldest on record for the month of November.

1994: The morning low temperature at Reno, NV, was 3° F.

1972: Hail measuring 1.75" was reported about 10 miles south of Kingman, AZ, along Interstate 40 in Mohave County.

1967: A moist subtropical storm system produced 14"+ in mountains above LA, 7.96" in LA.
It was called "worst since 1934."
On this day 1.87" fell in one hour in LA, the greatest one hour rainfall on record.
Flooding was called the "worst since 1934."
Two were killed.
Flash flooding and mud slides resulted.
400 were stranded in the mountains due to closed highways.

1964: After a major snowstorm, arctic air covered the region.
It was -15° F in Big Bear Lake, the lowest temperature on record for November, the third lowest temperature on record, and the earliest date in the season to record a temperature below zero.
It was 10° F in Idyllwild, the lowest temperature on record for November.
This also occurred on 11.17.1958.
It was 8° F in Victorville, the lowest temperature on record for November.

1963: Heavy rains hit Southern California with 1.5"-3" inches on this
day and on 11.20.
Six were injured in local flooding and numerous traffic accidents.
Strong storm winds downed hundreds of trees and power lines.

1950: Bakersfield's low was 65° F, highest on record for the month of November.

1946: Salinas received 3.16" of rain -- a record for the month.

1917: Santa Maria warms to 94° F, all-time high for the month.

1906: High winds downed trees and tore down power lines at Yosemite National Park.

Source: NWS San Francisco/Monterey, Hanford, Reno, Las Vegas, & San Diego

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[californiadisasters] On This Date In California Weather History (November 18)



2011: One of the strongest downslope wind events on record took place in the Owens Valley of California.
Gusts as high as 86 mph were recorded at the Oak Creek RAWS near Bishop and a gust of 59 mph was clocked at the Bishop Airport.
The high winds generated blinding dust which resulted in a series of car accidents in the afternoon hours on Highway 395 near Blackrock Road that injured two people.

2008:
Santa Ana winds blew from 11.15 to 11.19.
Winds gusted over 70 mph in the Santa Ana Mountains and over 60 mph in the northern Inland Empire.
The Freeway Complex Fire burned from Corona through Chino Hills and Yorba Linda.
This fire destroyed or damaged over 300 homes and four businesses.
More than 30,000 acres burned and more than 40,000 evacuated.

1994: 15" of snow fell at Tahoe City.

1991: A mountain wave touches down at Mojave with winds estimated at 100 mph.

1987: Santa Ana winds buffeted the mountains and valleys (Southern California).

1986: An early season storm that started on 11.17 and ended on this day brought 1.16" of rain to San Diego, more rain that falls in a normal entire November.
Other totals: Montgomery Field 1.49", 1.21 inches at Mt. Laguna, 1.07" at Miramar, 1.03" in Oceanside and 0.41" in Chula Vista.
Numerous traffic accidents and a few power outages resulted.
The San Diego River flooded causing many road closures in Mission Valley.
Street flooding occurred in North Park, Midway, and in Encinitas.
A mudslide blocked Malibu Canyon road.
A traffic accident claimed two lives in LA.

1982: Half Moon Bay received 2.83" of rain -- a record for the month.

1975: Reno, NV had a morning low of 8° F.

1967: A moist subtropical storm that started on this day ended on 11.21.
14"+ of precipitation fell in the mountains above LA, 7.96" fell in LA.
Flooding was called the "worst since 1934."
Two were killed.
Flash flooding and mud slides resulted.
400 were stranded in the mountains due to closed highways.

1964: 22" of snow fell in Big Bear Lake and 9.5" of snow fell in Victorville, each the greatest daily snowfall on record for November.

1950:
Three day heavy rain event from the 17th through the 19th in the Sierra brought more than 15" of rain to some areas as high as 5500 feet and heavy rain as high as 10,000 feet, which melted snowpack resulting in historic flooding.
Hardest hit were Merced, Chowchilla, Centerville, Visalia, Porterville, Oildale, Isabella and Kernville.
Damage was estimated at $12 million at the time and a few lives were lost.

Source: NWS San Francisco/Monterey, Hanford, Reno, Las Vegas, & San Diego

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[californiadisasters] On This Date In California Weather History (November 17)



2008: Santa Ana winds blew from 11.15 to 11.19.
Winds gusted over 70 mph in the Santa Ana Mountains and over 60 mph in the northern Inland Empire.
The Freeway Complex Fire burned from Corona through Chino Hills and Yorba Linda.
This fire destroyed or damaged over 300 homes and four businesses.
More than 30,000 acres burned and more than 40,000 evacuated.

1996: Big Sur received 7.05" of rain -- a record for the month.


1996: 12" of snow fell at Mammoth Lakes Ranger Station.

1987: Winds gust to 100 mph at Wheeler Ridge (Grapevine Area).

1986: An early season storm that started on this day and ended on 11.18 brought 1.16 inches of rain to San Diego, more rain that falls during a normal entire November.
Other totals: Montgomery Field 1.49", 1.21" at Mt. Laguna, 1.07" at Miramar, 1.03" in Oceanside, and 0.41" in Chula Vista.
Numerous traffic accidents and a few power outages resulted.
The San Diego River flooded causing many road closures in Mission Valley.
Street flooding occurred in North Park, Midway, and in Encinitas.
A mudslide blocked Malibu Canyon road.
A traffic accident claimed two lives in LA.

1964: Earliest measurable snowfall at China Lake Naval Air Station, 0.3".

1964: 2.5" of snow fell in Victorville on this, the earliest date in the season to record measurable snowfall.
It was 23° F in Palm Springs, the lowest temperature on record for November.

1958: Paso Robles 14° F, Pismo Beach 29° F, all-time record lows for the month.

1958:
Bishop, CA recorded a low temperature of 5° F which is the coldest November reading ever.

1958: The morning low temperature at Reno, NV was 1° F.

1958: It was 10° F in Idyllwild, the lowest temperature on record for November.
This also occurred on 11.19.1964.

1955: 13" of snow fell at Tahoe City (west shore Lake Tahoe).

1912: In Redding the rainfall for the season to date was 16.65".
The previous season it was 1.07".

1900: November soaker: 2.34" of rain fell in Fresno, a record for a November calendar day.

Source: NWS San Francisco/Monterey, Hanford, Reno, Las Vegas, & San Diego and the Redding Record-Searchlight

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[Volcano_Vista_HS] Daily Announcements Monday, November 20, 2017



Good Morning Hawks

 

Today is Monday, November 20, 2017

 

We will be on a C-day schedule today and tomorrow we will be on a short assembly C-day schedule for advisory.

 

OPEN MIC night was amazing. Thanks to all who participated and attended this event.


CRAFT FAIR Who wants to show off their talent?  Come sign up to perform at our 4th annual craft fair!  If you are interested sign up in room F206.

 
 
ATHLETICS:
BASKETBALL:
The season opener for girls and boys' basketball is tomorrow night in the Ring of Fire against Atrisco Heritage. The girls will play at 5:30 and the boys will play at 7pm
 
GIRLS TRACK: Girls pre-season track and field will begin Monday November 27th at 2:45 pm. Please see Coach Schrader in H018 or Coach Salcedo in A105 this week at lunch to get a schedule and fill out paperwork.
 
BOYS TRACK Hey Hawks!  If you are interested in being a part of the incredible men's track program here at Volcano Vista, we have a pre-season meeting on Tuesday, November 21st during lunch in the Lecture Hall.

That's all for your morning announcements Hawks. Have a great Day!

And remember

As always

It's Great to be a Hawk




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Sunday, November 19, 2017

[californiadisasters] Harvey Relief Fund for Texas Division of Emergency Management Staff



Our Seva, a nonprofit in North Texas, has setup this page to support staffs of the Texas Division of Emergency Management (TDEM) that have directly been affected by Hurricane Harvey. These are TDEM families from south Texas with significant damage and loss to their homes and possessions. The Our Seva volunteer family has always been strongly supported by emergency managers through their service to our community projects. We now want to support the TDEM emergency management family that is dealing with this unbelievable loss.

** 100% of proceeds with go directly to the families impacted by the storm and not Our Seva. The proceeds will then be split among the impacted families. Emergency management professionals work behind the scenes to coordinate disaster response and put in many countless hours to help our fellow citizens during disasters.

To donate go to: https://www.gofundme.com/TDEMHarvey



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Saturday, November 18, 2017

[californiadisasters] Emergency Manager’s Weekly Report 11-17-17



Good Evening Everyone,

 

This week's edition is now available at: https://sites.google.com/site/emergencymanagersweeklyreport/

 

Steve Detwiler

EM Weekly Report Editor



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Thursday, November 16, 2017

[californiadisasters] On This Date In California Weather History (November 16)



2008: Santa Ana winds blew from 11.15 to 11.19. 
Winds gusted over 70 mph in the Santa Ana Mountains and over 60 mph in the northern Inland Empire. 
The Freeway Complex Fire burned from Corona through Chino Hills and Yorba Linda. 
This fire destroyed or damaged over 300 homes and four businesses. 
More than 30,000 acres burned and more than 40,000 evacuated.

1994: Gusty winds whipped the Kern deserts. 
Gusts to 80 mph were clocked in Mojave, with sustained winds of 45 to 60 mph recorded. 
Power outages resulted.

1976: San Jose had a low temperature of 21° F -- a record for the month

1971: Poway Creek flooded Poway.

1964: It was 17° F in Palomar Mountain, the lowest temperature on record for November
This also occurred on this day in 1958 and on 11.29.1975.

1964: The coldest November high ever in Las Vegas, NV, 42° F.

1958: It was 17° F in Palomar Mountain, the lowest temperature on record for November
This also occurred on this day in 1964 and on 11/29/1975.

1951: Four day "Chinook" wind storm at Bakersfield began, lasting until the 19th. 
Longest such wind storm on record at the time. 
Highest sustained wind was 30 mph from the southeast.

1950: A series of winter storms lasting through the first week of December brought heavy precipitation to the Central Valley of California
Almost 700,000 acres were flooded with damage estimated at $33 million.


1909: The morning low temperature at Reno, NV, was 5° F.

Source: NWS San Francisco/Monterey, Hanford, Reno, Las Vegas, & San Diego

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