Be Ready: January Weather Falls on U.S. in Mid-November

posted by Sarah N Worthy IATTWJ Member @ 16:01 PM
November 18, 2014

jet-stream-cold-2014    Officially Winter does not begin and Fall does not end until December 21st this year, but Storm Nuri––what’s left of Typhoon Nuri which swept through Alaska’s Aleutian Islands––doesn’t know about those ‘official’ markers.

The ‘earthend’ gang usually doesn’t start winter preparation blogs until mid-December, but as winter blasts started earlier this year, it seems best to alert readers to necessary winter precautions even while fall leaves still hang on trees:

Be sure to: Wrap heating pipes coming from basement, as well as outside water faucets, to avoid freezing; Put plastic covers and/or heavy drapes on windows to keep out air; Stock up on rock salt, snow shovels, thick socks, ‘long johns,’ gloves and warm caps for head and ears; and Wear layers of clothing!

Kristina Pydynowski, Senior Meteorologist for warns that in addition to Storm Nuri: “As the polar vortex gets displaced to the south, the door will open for arctic air to plunge over most of the United States as the new week progresses. Only the Southwest, Hawaii, Alaska and South Florida will escape the grip of the upcoming arctic blast that the polar vortex can be blamed for.

“The combination of cold air, wind and other conditions, including snow in part of the Midwest and northern Plains, will send temperatures plunging below zero in some locations. Such cold will raise the risk of hypothermia and frostbite for those not properly dressed.” So now is a good time to wear those wholesale Christian sweatshirts.

As for travel by car, Sgt. Brad Hessel of the Oregon State Police advises drivers to “slow down, reduce distractions and arrive safely.”  He claims drivers must “allow extra travel time during winter conditions and slippery conditions cause stopping distances to increase.” Other tips from that police force include:

1) Think ahead to avoid dangerous situations; 2) If road signs say chains are required be prepared to chain up; 3) early-winter-2014When losing traction, gradually slowdown–––never slam on brakes; 4) Ice forms first on bridges or concrete highways so be cautious on those; 5) Never use cruise control in icy, snowy or wet weather.

This blog has warned that this cold weather winter was coming early this year and lasting far into what are usually spring months.  In short, this is not normal weather. Global Warming in these prophetic end-time years is one factor.

Another one is that God is trying to get man’s attention while there is still time for repentance.  As Daniel 2: 19-20 says:  “Then was the secret revealed unto Daniel in a night vision. Then Daniel blessed The God of heaven. Daniel answered and said, Blessed be The Name of God for ever and ever: for wisdom and might are His: And He changeth the times and the seasons . . .”

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