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Sunday, October 4, 2015

Rains not seen for 200 YEARS

Prophecy Sign:  Increasing anomalous weather patterns

There will be signs in the sun, moon and stars. On the earth, nations will be in anguish and perplexity at the roaring and tossing of the sea. Luke 21:25 NIV

Rains not seen for 200 YEARS
A record-setting 'once-in-200-years rainfall event' left 22 million Americans on the East Coast on flood watch as rains have closed down roads, waterlogged crops and showed little sign of stopping. Meteorologist Ryan Maue of Weather Bell Analytics told NBC New York: 'It's going to be a slow-motion disaster'. North and South Carolina have been hit the worst, with up to 12 inches of rain falling in Wilmington, North Carolina, on Friday night alone, and two deaths have been reported so far in the states. President Barack Obama issued a state of emergency in South Carolina on Saturday and state emergency officials said flash flood warnings were issued for numerous counties and that some homes had already been evacuated, including in the coastal county that includes Myrtle Beach. More than 15 inches of rain have fallen over the popular beach area since Friday, with more expected, the National Weather Service in Wilmington, North Carolina, reported. South Carolina could get more rain in three days than it normally gets during the entire fall. 
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3258624/East-coast-storms-leave-22million-Americans-flood-watch-rain-Carolinas-kills-two.html

Parts of South Carolina Hit by 'Historic' Rainfall
A major storm that has already brought over a foot of rain to parts of South Carolina is expected to bring more heavy rain over the next 24 hours. Charleston, South Carolina got up to 11.5 inches of rain, according to the National Weather Service Charleston South Carolina Saturday, making it the wettest day on record for that city. Over the next two days, parts of eastern South Carolina and North Carolina could receive 10 more inches of rain. The torrential rains, stretching from the Carolinas to New Jersey, have left five governors declaring a state of emergency.

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