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Get Ready For Harsher Winter Weather This Year!

posted by Wendy Weathersbee @ 15:22 PM
November 10, 2011

 Before starting work on revolving earthquakes and volcanos with Sarah Newsworthy, I’ve asked Jael for a time to give additional warning about the soon-coming winter weather.  It will be harsh, much harsher than people may assume.

 And, just as in the recent experience of the early October blizzards in the Northeastern U.S. and in Europe, these storms may attack our communities without the usual weather notices, such as freezing temperatures beforehand.
 As James Madden, one of the meteorologists for, warns, there is  “a potentially record breaking US winter for 2011-2012 with extremely cold temperatures and exceptional levels of snow.”  Madden insists that increasing solar activity affects extreme weather patterns on Earth.  That ExcataWeather is a non-profit group of meteorologists around the world, backs Madden’s expertise.

 Pointing out that last year’s winter brought the coldest weather, the U.S. had seen in 30 years, Tim Konrad from points out that the “Eastern parts of the U.S. plunged to a record -50F with the Northeast of the U.S. also seeing records broken,” and other parts of the country were colder as well. 

 Konrad posits that below-normal temperatures reigned last winter in New York, Chicago, New Orleans, Minneapolis, etc. and that last January saw more snow in this country than ever recorded. That doesn’t bode well for this winter.

 His conclusions, however, ran counter to earlier National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) forecasts.  But NOAA now agrees that this coming winter will be colder and wetter, particularly in the Pacific Northwest.

 Like Konrad they point to a cooling La Nina in the Pacific as a major factor. And, also because of La Nina, the Pacific Decadal Oscillation pattern suggests that colder weather will pound the United States for “the next two to three decades.” 

 He writes:  “Our weather models . . . are currently showing a particularly harsh winter for many parts of the US during 2011-2012. Large parts of Central and North America will face below average temperatures with above average snowfall throughout this winter, with . . . . major snow events in Northeastern and Midwestern parts of the US throughout December 2011 and January 2012, that could see severe blizzard conditions.”

 Thus I ask our readers to please prepare for winter.  Remember what we warned previously:  winter is a time of death.  All the staff at Earth End-New Beginning, want you warm, safe and saved by The LORD Jesus Christ.  As John 3: 16 says, “For God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have everlasting life.”  So stock-up on plus size christian sweatshirts, keep praying, and stay warm this winter!

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