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Originally posted by Rising Against
Also I just heard them say on the news literally 2 minutes ago that Edinburgh is expecting 15 cm's of snow over night.
Originally posted by daz__
I got a warning in February about the 27 of march and snow and wind from j mc canney. Check his radio shows for February if you don't believe me. He mentioned this weather anomaly would be due to an electrical conection between comet lulin, venus and mercury and earth.
Hundreds of people have been rescued from their cars and tens of thousands of homes are without power after blizzards blanketed parts of northern Britain.
Snow storms and strong winds have hit many parts of Scotland, with more snow, gale force winds and torrential rain wreaking havoc across Northern Ireland.
In Glenshane Pass, County Londonderry, around 300 people had to be rescued from their vehicles which became stranded in snow, including a bus carrying 20 schoolchildren, police said.
Officers, mountain rescue and the coastguard worked to lead them to safety at a nearby leisure centre - which was then hit by a power cut.
About 48,000 homes in the province were without electricity after high winds brought down power lines and poles.
The power cuts hit an area stretching from Enniskillen in the south to Coleraine in the north.
"The weather conditions will be atrocious in places with around 15cm, six inches, of snow possible at low levels, and a staggering 40cm, nearly a foot and a half, over high ground.
"Some routes are likely to become impassable, and interruptions to power supplies are also possible.
A 17-year-old girl has died after the coach she was travelling in for a school trip crashed in "horrendous" weather conditions in Scotland.
The victim was one of 12 teenagers injured when their vehicle careered off the road and down an embankment, smashing into water and coming to rest on its side, partially in a river.
The coach, with 33 children, five staff and a driver on board, crashed shortly before 6am on the A73 in South Lanarkshire. They had been on their way to Alton Towers.
Originally posted by jazz10
Yet again the LHC starts then the weather goes crazy? IS THERE A CONNECTION OR NOT?????????