[UPDATED] 101 Netlink Disabled by High Winds–Much of Southern Humboldt Without Internet

UPDATE 2/8: According to a spokesperson for 101 Netlink, the majority of the customers are back online as of about 8:30 last night. Forty-eight customers are still without internet connection, however. These customers are located in the Salmon Creek/Chapman Ranch area. High winds last night have disabled 101 Netlink’s infrastructure on Pratt Mountain and service is not expected to be

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Road Update 9:30 Friday Night

Windy wet weather continues to hammer Humboldt County roads. Trees have fallen in several areas. [Photo by Brian Sargent.] Cathey Road near Miranda is blocked by two downed fir trees. (See photo above.) Southbound onramp to Hwy 101 at Singley Hill Road is blocked by a fallen tree. Briceland Thorne Road completely blocked by tree west of Redway in the

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Van Duzen and Parts of Eel Now Predicted to Flood Tonight or Early Tomorrow

UPDATE 7:49 p.m.: Supervisor Estelle Fennel’s statement: ALERT FOR RESIDENTS OF LOW-LYING AREAS OF BRIDGEVILLE, AVENUE OF THE GIANTS and SOUTHERN PARTS OF HWY 101 Highway 36 at Bridgeville is projected to flood early tomorrow morning around 3 am and flooding is also projected along Highway 254 at the Avenue of the Giants. The Sheriff is requesting that people move

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Could Be 'Highest Water" Ever at Fernbridge Except for '64 and '55 Says The Office of Emergency Services

http://lostcoastoutpost.com/rivers/widget/39/ http://lostcoastoutpost.com/rivers/widget/40/ http://lostcoastoutpost.com/rivers/widget/38/ http://lostcoastoutpost.com/rivers/widget/41/ Near-live river levels. Okay, if you haven’t been taking this Rainageddon thing seriously, now might be the time. The Office of Emergency Services in Humboldt has issued the following information which includes the startling tidbit that flooding at Fernbridge could be higher than at any other time besides the ’55 and ’64 Floods. (See below for

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