Thursday, December 16, 2010

It Is Not Winter Yet #3

This is the same arctic blast that swept across North America last week and earlier this week... and it's going to run it's course through Asia... then... will it revolve around again to North America?

Daily Star UK
FREEZING Britain will be buried by the worst ­blizzards in 100 years ­today.

Drifts of up to 6ft are expected as 60mph Arctic gales batter the country.

Motorists and train commuters have been warned to expect chaos while thousands of schools will shut early.

Millions of Christmas cards and presents will not arrive.

Forecasters have warned that the storms, which will drop a foot of snow in hours, will be even more serious than the notorious 1962-63 winter and the worst to hit Britain since 1927.

Giant drifts are set to close dozens of main roads. Scores of railway lines will be threatened with long delays and ­cancellations....

“The winds are expected to cause 6ft drifts in the north. Many roads will be closed, including A roads.”

Long-range forecaster Jonathan Powell, of Positive Weather Solutions, said the freeze could last until mid-February and the temperature this winter could plummet to a record low.

The Polar freeze is set to cost our economy £13.2billion by Christmas, wiping out 1% of the UK’s annual turnover, said loss experts RSA.

Retailers said the snowfalls could force some small firms to fold.

To add to the misery, petrol prices rose even higher, with an average litre of unleaded hitting a 122.14p.

And don't think for a minute that this is a local event... it's happening over the entire northern hemisphere... and the southern hemisphere as well... one might call it world wide in scope.

One might call these "weather events" epic.

One might even begin to believe that Yahweh is involved for some reason.

xtnyoda, shalomed

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Blogger Locutisprime said...

God is always involved Chuck.

But yes, every thing they have said would happen has been the exact reverse. Ever since they began all this global warming crapola.

6:55 PM  

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