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This baby has been a consistent troublemaker all week, and it's not done yet. Early this week, the storm triggered severe weather across the central Mississippi River Valley while at the same time dumped huge amounts of snow on western South Dakota. In the Black Hills, snowfall totals were 1-3 feet. A location near Lead, S.D., had an unbelievable 59 inches! The storm is weaker now, but it hasn't lost the desire to cause problems. Friday, more gloomy weather will plague the Upper Midwest and part of the Great Lakes region.
The storm has been around all week because of its extremely slow movement. Normally, a storm like this would move from the Dakotas to the Great Lakes in no more than a day. This one took four days to travel the same distance.
Originally posted by LoneGunMan
Funny thing about this rotation is that I have not seen a chemtrail since just before Katrina.
Originally posted by truthmatters1111
uh oh...that's not very good. Um, I live in the east coast, I live in Connecticut...would the hurricane hit there?
It's very odd...
Also, it is obvious to me, that HARRP definetely would have a play in this...
I also had a bizzare 3 second dream that I had to be evacuated due to a hurricane coming this way.
Coincidence O__O? I think not....
Originally posted by dgtempe
Would a hurricane hit connecticut? Yes, why not?
Would a hurricane wipe me out and my loved ones? Yup. Not to mention the tidal wave from the asteroid.
Where i live i would be 30 feet underwater.