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Tuesday, December 29, 2015

Wildfires And Tornadoes In December? Two More Major Disasters Hit America

Prophecy Sign:  Increasingly 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

Wildfires And Tornadoes In December? Two More Major Disasters Hit America
It is not normal for the United States to experience massive wildfires and giant tornadoes right around Christmas. The huge wildfire that erupted northwest of Los Angeles on Christmas Day and the devastating tornadoes that ripped through the Dallas area on Saturday can be added to a growing list of freakish disasters that have hit the United States since the month of September. So why in the world is this happening? Many are blaming the worst El Nino pattern that we have seen in at least 15 years. Right now we are witnessing very strange weather all over the world, including an unprecedented heat wave in Australia and the worst flooding in South America in 50 years. And it is true that El Ninos have significantly disrupted weather patterns in the past. But is the current El Nino really to blame for everything that we have been seeing? Because without a doubt, the last few months have been truly bizarre.

A 'historic blizzard' that threatens SEVEN FOOT drifts bears down on Texas 
A 'historic blizzard' is set to hit Texas and New Mexico today, with up to 15 inches of snow set to fall and seven-foot drifts expected in places. The tumultuous snowstorm will blitz the two states after moving west from Oklahoma, where fierce winds, rain and snow left people injured and hundreds of homes damaged. Wind chills of -10 degrees have been forecast in Texas and New Mexico following a weekend of freak weather which has left at least 43 people dead across southern parts of the United States. The bad weather, or the threat of it, prompted the governors of Missouri and New Mexico to declare a state of emergency for their states.  

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