I'm going to go out on a limb and introduce a new term, (Karmidic Storms) Karma caused storms because of the ignorance of God's Laws and the
attempt to teach those in those area a lesson, through the natural forces that have picked up all the like energy and dispersing that energy in an
attempt to balance it.
The more this nation moves away from God the more of these type storms will occur.
The cold, icy, storms in the region in winter over the last two years is trying to make people realize the fruits of their cold hearted policies.
When you have had enough fall on your knees and change your ways.
The last picture I saw of the last storm was trees down in front of the White House. What does that say?
We all might want to keep any eye on this sucker heading toward Green Bay at this moment.
We watched the last one on radar and this one is starting to show the same characteristics for sure......it is much smaller but the last one started
out small too......
If this storm is to produce any signifigant amount of rain (any rain for that matter) it might be wise to set up a few rain barrels. Sure would help
what's left of the garden when it's over, especially if the drought persists (which it probably will).
I live in a small town next to Springfield, Mass. Last year on June 1, a tornado formed in a city called Westfield, and continued on for roughly 80
miles, growing in size by the minute. By the time it died, it was an F3. Unprecedented for this area. Never before seen. Now, every time a severe
storm comes, the whole of neighborhoods can be seen watching the skies in wait. A few weeks later we had a super cell come through that devastated the
very same neighborhoods that the tornado destroyed. Someone in a town called Wilbraham lost their house to the tornado, and then lost their temporary
trailer to the super cell. Nasty weather through this valley lately. Between both storms, we had 1.6 million people without power for a total of
roughly 18 days.
Here's a video captured by an external weather camera on the top of our local news station. About 20 seconds into the video, what you're seeing is
the Connecticut river and the Memorial Bridge, which is 4 lanes across, with double-wide pedestrian lanes on either side.
This new storm is expected to hit my area sometime in the few hours following sundown. Hopefully nothing will come of it, but I'll be waiting with my
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