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Over 2000 lightning strikes in five minutes.

There were mandatory evacuations in some areas of lower California.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OPKVaNEpM0k

These saturated skies again heading rapidly for another cold front bearing down on midwest America.

 

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Clouds and light rain hereabouts meanwhile in faraway Colorado all sorts of problems.

 

Mitigation work here includes use of explosives.

 

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edge of wonder were talking to david wilcock he was in cali and it was snowing. first time he had known it for 14 years.

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It's gone from very mild to extremely mild to just mild in our neck of the woods over Winter with just an a inch of snow in two flurries and just 3 other days with light frost.


Don't have any YT links for US weather handy but searching (snow + hurricane + endtimes) should flag something. :classic_smile:
 

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Whilst the msm in the UK might suggest a recent fire near Saddleworth in which a square mile of moorland was burnt as evidence of climate change the weather system covering thousands of square miles currently running into the North East of the USA caused many problems in the Colorado area with other states being affected.

 

 

 

In the lead up to the "bombogenesis" rain in Death Valley formed a 10 mile lake 

 

 

Whilst some routes in the mountains continue to be impassable.

 

 

Local stations are faithfully reporting the weather but neither the big stations (nor indeed the US government agencies) are talking about the climate.

 

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The system continues to bear down on New York covering the gound at a phenomenal 60-65 mph leaving a  trail of destruction in it's wide wake caused heavy snow and/or heavy rain and additional gusting taking  wind speeds over the 100 mph mark in some places.

 

 

Flood levels in Nebraska continue to increase breaking several dams and dikes sweeping away bridges (assisted by ice) and buildings leading to evacuations and concerns over the operations of several nuclear power stations on the Missouri.

 

https://www.reuters.com/article/us-nuclear-nebraska-floods/nebraska-preps-nuclear-plant-for-possible-flooding-no-public-danger-idUSKCN1QW2BK

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Latest videos reveal significant and widespread damage to roads, power supply, water management, water supply and waste water management along with all the loss of property, vehicles and livestock, feed and growing time. Dozens of towns have been evacuated with the flooding still to peak in some areas..

 

These three clips represent the merest fraction of the area affected.

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZI-qSAJ50ZQ

 

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uCX8T8QRw40

 

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you wont here about this on the BBC...goes against their global warming agenda...and this is just the start of the grand solar minimum,wait until we get to 2024...no wonder they wanted us all to fill our minds with brexit crap...dont want us to talk about the weather

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Chilly start first thing here that gave way to sunshine in the afternoon.

 

Meanwhile snow records continue to pile up in large drifts in the US with still more on the way.

 

http://weatherstreet.com/weather-forecast/Snow-Depth-US.htm

 

Snow in April may come as a suprise to some...


https://www.accuweather.com/en/weather-news/photos-april-snow-falls-in-charlotte-north-carolina-for-only-2nd-time-in-over-100-years/70007874

 

..but as gigatons of melting snowpack add to the rain more flooding in the ancient beyond ancient  river basins of the continent should come as no suprise to it's inhabitants.

 

 

 

 

 

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On 3/18/2019 at 7:39 AM, masonfreeparty said:

you wont here about this on the BBC...goes against their global warming agenda...and this is just the start of the grand solar minimum,wait until we get to 2024...no wonder they wanted us all to fill our minds with brexit crap...dont want us to talk about the weather

 

Do you think the BBC should stop broadcasting news about Brexit and concentrate on weather in the USA?

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3 hours ago, Reinold said:

 

Do you think the BBC should stop broadcasting news about Brexit and concentrate on weather in the USA?

 

 

The BBC stopped broadcasting news a while back.

 

Now it's just agenda driven spin the intent behind which is a trite as that behind the adverts on the channels of the other broadcast companies.

 

When all the housing and farmland on the flood plains and lowlands of the UK is lost the BBC will be long gone.

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5 hours ago, Reinold said:

 

Do you think the BBC should stop broadcasting news about Brexit and concentrate on weather in the USA?

Brexit was invented to divert attention away from the grand solar minimum but to also bring in contingency plans under the cover of brexit that would compare to what would happen if we did experience weather chaos due to GSM

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Here in the electric forest the only thing that spikes my attention is a RED FLAG warning like the one we had today! There's enough organic tinder in this condemned and abandoned forest to fill a supertanker in equivalent BTU's. I for one am glad rain is on the way! I dwell in a firetrap where help isn't coming, ever. The republic is dead. 

 

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 these are extraordinary times in Los Angeles! It is usually sunny and hot, but this year has been cool, wet and stormy. The city had more rain in January and February than the whole of last year and everywhere seems to have turned green and lush, while the notorious smog has been washed away, leaving the air clear and fresh. People in Los Angeles are not used to this weather. Rains and storms have swept across southern California, setting off mudslides that have buried houses, roads have been split open and drains have overflowed.
The rains have also triggered an explosion of wildflowers in the deserts, in what is called a “superbloom”. In the past month crowds of people have converged on Borrego Springs, a small town next to Anza-Borrego Desert State Park, northeast of San Diego, to see a superbloom of a variety of wildflowers. High up on the hills outside Los Angeles, Lake Elsinore has been blanketed in bright orange poppies. They have drawn such huge crowds that the authorities had to restrict access because the traffic and number of people became unmanageable. Flowers are even blooming between the runways at Los Angeles international airport. The superblooms have also brought out millions of painted lady butterflies, which have been swarming over the hills and the suburbs of the city. Death Valley, which usually has less than 2in of rain a year, has been drenched and the rain has created a 10 mile-long lake! The mountains of California have been covered in snow and given ski resorts a bumper season. Snow has also fallen on hills at lower levels.

https://www.sciencealert.com/death-valley-just-got-it-s-own-10-mile-long-lake

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12 hours ago, serpentine said:

 

When all the housing and farmland on the flood plains and lowlands of the UK is lost the BBC will be long gone.

 

The trouble with having two important stories vying for newstime is confusion especially in regards to the wind of change and runaway climate change.

 

https://static1.squarespace.com/static/55bb8935e4b046642e9d3fa7/t/5be309c288251b0d39891989/1541605844037/CombinedBrexitMaps.jpg?format=1000w

 

 

 

 

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Up to 2 more feet of snow in some parts of the Rockies as the front moves East.

 

Very difficult to get the full picture of the damage in Nebraska and surrounding states into a short video but here's a good attempt as the response continues.

 

 

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On 4/4/2019 at 10:01 PM, masonfreeparty said:

 these are extraordinary times in Los Angeles! It is usually sunny and hot, but this year has been cool, wet and stormy. The city had more rain in January and February than the whole of last year and everywhere seems to have turned green and lush, while the notorious smog has been washed away, leaving the air clear and fresh. People in Los Angeles are not used to this weather. Rains and storms have swept across southern California, setting off mudslides that have buried houses, roads have been split open and drains have overflowed.
The rains have also triggered an explosion of wildflowers in the deserts, in what is called a “superbloom”. In the past month crowds of people have converged on Borrego Springs, a small town next to Anza-Borrego Desert State Park, northeast of San Diego, to see a superbloom of a variety of wildflowers. High up on the hills outside Los Angeles, Lake Elsinore has been blanketed in bright orange poppies. They have drawn such huge crowds that the authorities had to restrict access because the traffic and number of people became unmanageable. Flowers are even blooming between the runways at Los Angeles international airport. The superblooms have also brought out millions of painted lady butterflies, which have been swarming over the hills and the suburbs of the city. Death Valley, which usually has less than 2in of rain a year, has been drenched and the rain has created a 10 mile-long lake! The mountains of California have been covered in snow and given ski resorts a bumper season. Snow has also fallen on hills at lower levels.

https://www.sciencealert.com/death-valley-just-got-it-s-own-10-mile-long-lake

 

Wow, you aren't kidding . . .

 

This is incredible. Makes me wonder.

 

I don't know if this is related or not, but early February is when those Aetheric peeps laid down their network in the L.A. area. If I recall, they got started pretty much right as the month began. I checked the site and snatched the network map for you guys.

 

hollywood_LA_map-1024x401.png

 

I've been through a couple of these "Aetheric Networks" myself, namely the ones in Portland and Seattle. They're the real deal. The energy was easy to perceive.

 

Oh, for the layperson, these networks are simply arrangements of "Aether" devices, AKA "high octane orgone." Getting a little tired of these quotations, I'll stop now.

 

I don't see any mention of a Nebraska network, or some of the other places mentioned in this thread, so that puts a dent in my theory. This is where I found the L.A. map: https://aetheric.org/aya/

 

But I'm aware they have some people in Salt Lake City doing some good work, and a man in Portugal getting his own network started.

 

It does make one wonder. If the Earth were to reach a tipping point in particular wavelengths of subtle energy, i.e. orgone, how might the weather reflect that?

 

I doubt it's the case for all the strange weather. But orgone is known to cause weather shifts, as cloudbusters can attest. Ah well, food for thought at least.

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Spring well underway here with blossom on the trees,returning  birds nesting and noticeable warmth from the Sun

 

Meanwhile tornado season is well underway down South in the USA

 

https://youtu.be/9sfW8gWmTmw?t=932

 

With James Spann and crew giving live updates, expert knowledge and sound advice overnight on Saturday/Sunday.

 

 

 

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Typical late Spring damp weather here meanwhile another bout of extreme weather passes through the South following hot on the heels of yet more wintry storms in the North. On the upside months of above average precipitation has ended  drought conditions  in nearly all of  California and nearby states.

 

https://youtu.be/g5iVejG1PbE

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Two more storms due to pass through the plains areas in the next few days.

 

https://youtu.be/KzeYTgQ6eIk?t=3

 

Around 4 million acres of farmland still too damp and/or cold for planting and precipitation records continuing to pile up with many rivers still in a flooding  state that has lasted for over 7 weeks in some places.

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