Tuesday, 18 February 2014

The Fulfilled Prophecy: Global Prophecy of 2013, No 10: Extreme Temperatures

Global Prophecy of 2013, No 10
September 2, 2013, 
...... Marsh gas both in the Arctic and in the Antarctic was leaking continuously, and the temperature was increasing around in the middle latitude, however it was extremely cold in the high latitude of South and North Pole. I was not able to tell which the country is. As I saw the continent, my view was turned to the sinkholes. This happened twice and it lasted 5 to 10 minutes for each time.

Japan hit by deadly snowstorms

At least 11 people have killed by a record-breaking snowstorm in Japan, according to local media. Hundreds of people have been evacuated from their homes and hundreds more injured, as more than one metre (three feet) of snow fell in some areas. The snow forced airports to cancel flights and closed roads as it barrelled past Tokyo on Saturday.
Forecasters are warning of blizzards and avalanches later, as the storm moves north towards Hokkaido. Kyodo news agency reported deaths in several prefectures near Tokyo, and other deaths as far south as Oita on Kyushu island. Reports said roofs of buildings had collapsed under the weight of snow in some areas, and hundreds of drivers had been left stranded in miles-long traffic jams. Some 27cm of snow was dumped on Tokyo on Friday and Saturday, and several other cities reported record snowfall.

2014.02.18 19 dead in record Japan snowfall

2014.02.13 Winter storm slams Northeast ... again

2014.02.06 Winter storm leaves Northeast states without power

The Northeast's second winter storm of the week dumped more than a foot of snow in some states — forcing schools, businesses and government offices to close; snarling air travel; and sending cars and trucks sliding on icy roads and highways, an all-too-familiar litany of misery in a winter when storms seem to be tripping over each other.
In all, more than a million Northeastern homes and businesses lost electricity, according to local power companies. At its height, the storm knocked out power to nearly 849,000 customers in Pennsylvania, most of them in counties around Philadelphia.

2014.02.12 Winter storm blankets East Coast day after socking South
A crippling and deadly winter storm that battered the South with a combination of sleet, snow and ice a day earlier, causing more than 700,000 power outages, moved up the East Coast overnight into Thursday and blanketed cities across the Northeast. A state of emergency was declared in several states, including New Jersey and New York.
At least 21 deaths across the country have been blamed on the weather, which affected 22 states from Texas to Maine.

2014.01.08 Big freeze shatters North America temperature records
Some parts of the Midwest hit -26C (-14F), as low as the Antarctic coast in winter, and much colder than the inside of a domestic freezer.
Temperature records were shattered in states across the US, including Alabama, Georgia, Tennessee, Arkansas, Michigan, Maryland, Ohio, Pennsylvania and New York.

A Michigan lighthouse in the deep freeze throughout Chile
2014.01.08 Hell frozen over as US big freeze shatters temperature records

2014.01.09 It's raining bats: 100,000 rotting carcasses fall from the sky during Australian heatwave
The RSPCA estimated that 100,000 could have died from heat exhaustion in record temperatures in southern Queensland.

2014.01.09 Zoo animals get iced treats as Brazil swelters
Brazil is sizzling, and with the heat index sometimes soaring above 120 F, keepers at the Rio de Janeiro zoo are giving the animals ice pops to beat the heat.

2014.01.07 Extreme high temperatures fan forest fires in Chile

Firefighters work on extinguishing one of more than the 50 forest fires throughout Chile

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