Historic Tropical Storm Warning for California as Hurricane Hilary Approaches

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As Hurricane Hilary barrels towards the Southwest, residents are bracing themselves for what experts are predicting to be a catastrophic and life-threatening flood event. The rare occurrence of Hurricane Hilary transforming into a tropical storm is set to commence on Saturday and extend through the coming week.

Despite its recent downgrade from a menacing Category 4 to a Category 3 hurricane on Saturday, the National Hurricane Center reports that Hurricane Hilary still maintains its strength as a significant hurricane with maximum sustained winds clocking in at 125 miles per hour.

The storm’s pace has quickened, now surging at 16 mph, and it is currently situated 235 miles west of the southern tip of the Baja California Peninsula. It is projected that as Hurricane Hilary moves north-northwestward, it will gradually weaken due to the influence of cooler waters on its trajectory towards Southern California.

Recent updates indicate that the storm’s acceleration will hasten its impact on the United States. The Southwest can anticipate the onset of heavy rain from the storm as early as Saturday, a precursor to the core’s stronger winds, which are expected to arrive as early as Sunday morning. These winds will bring with them a surge of intense and perilous rainfall, according to statements from the National Hurricane Center.

The National Weather Service in San Diego elucidated, “Hilary’s accelerated pace and its slight eastern shift in trajectory indicate that the most impactful time frame will be from Sunday morning through Sunday evening.”

In response to the imminent threat, California has issued its first-ever tropical storm warning that spans from the state’s southern border to just north of Los Angeles.

The forecast for the Southwest region paints a picture of continuous heavy rainfall until early next week. The most severe conditions are expected to manifest from Sunday into Monday, as Hurricane Hilary marches forward. The excessive rainfall could potentially deliver more precipitation in certain areas than the annual average, engulfing parts of California, Nevada, and Arizona.

Specifically, sections of Southern California and Nevada are projected to receive between 3 to 6 inches of rain, with localized areas possibly accumulating up to 10 inches, as outlined by the National Hurricane Center. Elsewhere, rainfall amounts ranging from 1 to 3 inches are foreseen.

While the core of Hurricane Hilary remains a potent threat, the National Hurricane Center has underscored that the impact of heavy winds and rain will begin well in advance of the storm’s center.

With road conditions poised to worsen, potential power outages, and flood hazards looming, regional authorities have initiated preparations across the board. Governor Joe Lombardo of Nevada has deployed 100 state National Guard troops to the southern part of the state, a region susceptible to significant flooding.

Anticipating the situation, President Joe Biden announced the proactive positioning of Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) personnel and resources in Southern California and surrounding areas, should the need for their intervention arise.

Southern California is rallying its resources and reinforcing its defenses. If Hurricane Hilary makes landfall as a tropical storm, it will be the first such incident in the state in nearly 84 years, according to data from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA).

Parts of Southern California are bracing for the highest level of risk for excessive rainfall, an unprecedented Level 4 threat. Although such high-risk conditions have been rare, responsible for a small fraction of days per year, they have accounted for the majority of flood-related damage and a significant number of flood-related deaths over the last decade.

As a response to this impending threat, California has marshaled water rescue teams, California National Guard personnel, and flood-fighting equipment in preparation for Hurricane Hilary’s arrival. In addition, constant highway maintenance will be in effect to enhance road safety.

Southern California Edison, a major electricity utility serving over 15 million people in the region, has warned of potential impacts from Hurricane Hilary. The utility is gearing up to address power outages while urging residents to gather emergency supplies like flashlights, portable chargers, and coolers.

Recognizing the vulnerability of the homeless community, officials in Los Angeles and San Diego are conducting outreach efforts and offering temporary shelter. Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department is even mapping out encampments at risk and providing aerial advisories to inform the affected population.

Los Angeles County Sheriff Robert Luna expressed, “Our hope is for minimal damage and, most importantly, no loss of life. However, we are preparing for the worst-case scenario and are ready to assist not only our county but also neighboring counties if needed.”

In parallel, San Diego has been working diligently to clear storm drains, ensure street accessibility, and ready equipment under the guidance of Mayor Todd Gloria.

The threat posed by Hurricane Hilary has prompted significant scheduling changes across various events. Major League Baseball has reshuffled its weekend games, converting Sunday matchups hosted by the Los Angeles Angels, Los Angeles Dodgers, and San Diego Padres into split doubleheaders on Saturday. In the realm of Major League Soccer, the LA Galaxy and LAFC matches originally scheduled for Sunday have been postponed to later dates.

Warning! These 5 Snacks are Made Out of Petroleum-Based, Cancer-Causing Chemicals!

You child is ingesting estrogen without realizing it from these everyday snacks. Petroleum-based products are classified as xenoestrogens, even the refined varieties.

The snack foods that are marketed for children can have anything from cancer causing artificial coloring to the unbelievable, petroleum products! ! Petroleum is the same ingredient that is used to make up oil and gas.

Commonly used food dyes, such as Yellow 5, and Red 40 are made from petroleum and pose serious health problems. The Federal Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has stated that ingestion is typically under the “concern threshold.”

Those health problems can include hyperactivity in children, cancer (in animal studies), and allergic reactions. Artificial food coloring has been linked to bed-wetting, ear infections, headaches, hypersensitivity, obesity, asthma, diabetes, eczema, mood swings, hyperactivity, sleep disturbances, increased risky behavior,  ADD/ADHD, chromosomal damage, hives, and possibly hypoglycemia.

In fact, these substances are so toxic that the British government and European Union have ended the use of dyes throughout Europe.

Top 5 Popular Children’s Snacks Made with Cancer Causing Petroleum Products

1. Pop tarts

The most important supplement that everyone must take daily

These toaster pastries were first introduced in 1964. The Frosted Strawberry flavor has corn syrup, high fructose corn syrup, dextrose and sugar within the first 6 ingredients! These are all forms of harmful sugar.

The other alarming ingredients are TBHQ which comes from petroleum and is related to butane, partially hydrogenated soybean oil that causes cellular dysfunction, and cancer causing artificial colors.

2. Fruit snacks

These come in so many “fruit” flavors and characters they maybe hard to resist, until you realize they are made mostly is artificial additives and colors.

Red 3 is a commonly used food coloring, also known as E127 or Erythrosine, a petroleum product.

3. M&M’s

They are fun colorful chocolate candies that melt in your mouth and not in your hands…

These colors are artificial and are harmful when ingested. The colors utilized are, Blue #2: Is a petroleum based product that increases hyperactivity in children, increases brain tumors in lab rats and other abnormal cell development.

Blue #1: Produces malignant tumors. Red #40: Damages DNA. Yellow #6: Can cause cancer and Yellow #5: All of these artificial colors are made from petroleum and can cause, in addition, allergic reactions, hyperactivity, and cancer.

4. Cheetos.

Those orange, cheesy snacks. The artificial color that creates the “cheese” color is made from Yellow 6, which we know is derived from petroleum.

As is the “cheese” flavoring, including, methyl benzoate and ethyl methylphenidate.

5. Teddy grams

They have been around since 1988 and are available in 5 different flavors. These tiny bears are a great size for even small fingers but they are laced with the dreaded TBHQ.

TBHQ can be toxic and also cause nausea, vomiting, ringing in the ear, delirium and collapse. It is shown to cause stomach cancer in lab rats, fragment DNA and cause damage to humane lung and umbilical cells.

In children it can cause anxiety, restlessness, and intensify the symptoms of ADHD.

There are many quick and easy healthy snacks to grab and go. Organic fruit, pre portioned bags of organic carrots and celery and when I have a few minutes I make a large batch of granola bars with chia and flax seeds.

These bars freeze well, can be made with fruit or nuts, are filling and nutritious.

Warning Signs Your Body is Too Acidic and How to Quickly Alkalize It!

Nowadays, people suffer from numerous different health issues which are all caused by a particular condition happening within the body- acidity.

Acidity has disastrous effects on our health, and is linked to many life-threatening diseases, like cancer. Dr. Otto Warburg found that acidic organisms are the main reason for the development of cancer.

To reverse these consequences and prevent such diseases and ailments, you should alkalize the body, by implementing healthy lifestyle habits, healthy foods, and regular physical activity.

The ideal range of the pH levels in the body is from 7.0 — 7.4, but some body parts, such as the mouth, pharynx and esophagus can be slightly acidic, but that is normal.

The pH levels of the intestines should be between 5.5 and 7 in order to remain healthy and to boost the circulation of body fluids.

The pH imbalance in the body causes numerous symptoms, such as fatigue, digestive tract problems, exhaustion, and others. They actually control most of the body operations, like cholesterol, insulin, and blood pressure, so the ideal pH balance ensures strong immunity, optimal body weight, and overall wellbeing.

The following symptoms indicate that your body is acidic and you need to alkalize it:

– Sleepiness

– Headaches

– Confusion

– Tiredness and fatigue

– Dysfunction of the cerebrum of the brain, that could lead to coma if left untreated

– Flapping tremor

– Tremors

If you want to check the pH levels in the body, you can buy litmus strips in the local pharmacies, and do a daily analysis of the urine and saliva.

The morning urine should have a pH between 6 and 6.5. while the one of the saliva should vary between 7 and 7.4 during the day.

If your body needs alkalization, you should make radical changes in your lifestyle, consume organic vegetables, fruits, seeds, and nuts, and take alkaline minerals, like cesium chloride, germanium, rubidium, and others.

Lemons and limes are beneficial as well, even though they are citric in flavor. The consumption of lemon water every morning will provide countless benefits. Furthermore, try to reduce stress as much as possible, enjoy a good night sleep, and provide the rest your body needs.


Ovarian cancer is also known as “silent killer” because the symptoms are subtle and look like common symptoms of menstruation. This silent killer is the most deadly for women.

According to American Cancer Study only 20-30% of women with the late stage of ovarian cancer will be alive five years later. From 10 women with ovarian cancer only two or three will survive this killer.

There is still no right screening test that will detect ovarian cancer at early stages. It is found at a late stage because there are only several symptoms that can show that something is not right.

Women feel symptoms similar to menstrual or bowel sluggishness but actually is mild congestion in the pelvis or lower abdominal bloating.With the age, the risk of ovarian cancer can increase. This cancer death rate is the highest in women than any other cancer.

So that’s why you should never ignore all suspicious symptoms that last more than two weeks. Visit your doctor and do not accept if they say that you have an inflammatory bowel syndrome or digestive problems, or your symptoms are normal menstrual symptoms.

Ask for a meticulous and thorough exam.The right way is to do a manual pelvic exam and transvaginal pelvic ultrasound. Also, you can check your blood including CA 125 and HE4.Try to seek for a gynecologic specialist if it is possible.

There are doctors specialized for women cancer (gynecologic oncologist and gynecologic oncology surgeons).According to researchers from the Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, women with a family history of breast, colorectal or ovarian cancers are at higher risk.

These women should take common exams including pelvic exam with ultrasound and CA 125 blood test.Below you can read the symptoms which are common for ovarian cancer and also for many other diseases. Characteristic for the cancer is the symptom persistence.

That’s why, if the symptoms are persistent more than two weeks, it is recommended to visit a doctor.Maybe you will have only one symptom but it can be a sign that can save your life.

10 warning signs of ovarian cancer

• Pelvic discomfort and pain ; • Pressure, fullness and bloating ;

• Increased urination frequency ;

• Fatigue ;

• Pain with sexual activity ;

• Indigestion or persistent gas ;

• Pain in the lower back ;

• Constipation ;

• Appetite loss or feeling full after eating ;

• Increase of your stomach size