We’ve Never Seen A Storm Like This One…

We’ve Never Seen A Storm Like This One…

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In this video we are talking about the devastating upcoming impacts of Hurricane Hillary, more tropical activity in the Atlantic Basin, and our heat dome.

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43 Responses

  1. suzz says:

    I live in San Diego, so if things get crazy I’ll film this for y’all. I never thought in a million years I’d be having to prepare for this. It is so weird.

    • andrademeza says:

      All its gonna do is flood mission & fashion valley as usual.

    • Michelle says:

      I was watching news and wondering why your all not boarding up windows near the beaches. Patio furniture out still. But after watching this now I kind of get why…it’s not the wind but rain that you’re getting and it sounds like you guys are used to that. Stay safe. Post the storm for us. I live far inland and prob won’t see much of any water or wind.

    • ally wolf says:

      Just flooding…… it won’t be as bad as your really bad winter storms there. I live in norcal. Just pay attention and make sure you have enough fresh water to drink

    • Banger Pickleball says:

      im from florida and live in SD now too. Its just gonna be a bad storm lol.

  2. Val Bradshaw says:

    STAY SAFE California, AND Arizona. Please take this very seriously. 🙏🏼🙏🏼

  3. kino says:

    I live in the center of LA and I fully trust Ryan more than any other news channel!

  4. violet sterling says:

    I’m a Californian and looking at the comments, I appreciate the helpful and caring posts from folks in other states. Thank you all. ❤

  5. Michael Lawson says:

    I moved from Louisiana to San Diego back in the 70’s. As was common practice in Louisiana I kept an umbrella in my car, sitting in plain view on the back seat. My California friends found this extremely amusing. They would look at me and say with a smile “Expecting rain are you?” That’s because rain was so rare there. One day we had a heavy rain storm that caused minor street flooding, (Heavy by California standards, not Louisiana.)I heard some joyful yelling and squealing from outside. People were splashing in the water and playing like children. These people are not prepared for this kind of weather. I am concerned that people will die.

    • Quantum says:

      I am very scared for california. I moved from San Diego to Fl 10 years ago. California isn’t built to handle any type of sudden downpours and heavy wind. I am super worried for the valley because they will experience worse. I never ever in my life thought of a hurricane hitting California directly. Stay safe peoples

    • LordOfTheFlies says:

      It’s not just the people but our infrastructure is also not designed to deal with events like this. Here in Palm Springs we really only get about 2 inches of rain per year, 3 if we’re lucky. And that causes flooding and road closures already for days. And the last I heard is that we’re expecting up to a foot of rain and possible a foot and a half in jist one single day.

    • Quantum says:

      @LordOfTheFlies Yep that too. With landslides too

    • Charles Merchant says:

      My daughter lives in Long Beach she says that nobody is taking is serious. I told her to stay off the road and be prepared.

    • Quantum says:

      @Charles Merchant I know 🙁 I heard no one in LA is taking it serious. They need to prepare before stores go empty. I pray and hope your daughter is safe and that everything will not be as disastrous as everyone says it will be.

  6. SkipToMyLou says:

    I had no idea you had a fundraiser for natural disasters that just makes your channel even more awesome

  7. Zoey Cat says:

    Eastern North Carolina here. Y’all be careful of the flooding. It’s REAL with these storms. Get where you’re gonna be and stay put. Praying for y’all ❤

  8. Deborah Davis says:

    Hi Ryan, I went through hurricane Ian last year. I evacuated and watched your station. Thanks! I want to share with you something that was helpful for us afterwards that might help others, and that the y’all squad could provide. That is …”out door yard solar lights. I would charge them in the day and use them in the house at night. They are an inexpensive alternative light source, for the many days without electric.😊

  9. Jesus Villela says:

    We are preparing as best we can it’s new for us here in ca I am watching this inside of my front loader moving sand to make sand breaks for our beach community’s to reduce flooding and all of us public works members are on standby to help the community if needed thank you for keeping us weather aware and not scared 👍🏽

    • Rats Cats says:

      Hope your efforts make a difference and hope you and your community stay safe.

    • Hugs&Kisses XOXOXOX says:

      Thanks for keeping our beach communities safe. 😊

    • Southern Way’s Design says:

      Thanks for trying to make things safe.. Guys take this seriously I live in Louisiana and it’s no joke it can put you all in a position that could be deadly especially were you are… Yiu all are in my thoughts and prayers 🙏🏻🙏🏻🙏🏻🙏🏻🙏🏻💙💙💙💙💙💙💙💙💙💙💙

    • Chase-ing AUTISM progress says:

      Floating homes 😢

      GOD bless YOU all 🙏

  10. Grambo says:

    Be careful everyone. A Cat 1 or a tropical storm is still a very dangerous situation. Be prepared for flooding and power outages that could last awhile. Praying for you from FL.

    • Chris B. says:

      This will be far worse than a cat 1 in florida. Things are not designed to dill with this level of rainfall or sustained wind in California.and desert doesn’t hold rain. It’s just turns into an instant river. it’s going to be nuts.

    • epicbob123456 says:

      When I was living in SoCal, a normal (non-severe) thunderstorm took out our power for a few hours. A tropical storm will be far worse in California than a hurricane in Florida.

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