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New York gets more than inch of snow in October for the first time EVER

October 29, 2011 Comments off

Daniel 2:21 “He changes the times and seasons; He removes kings and establishes kings. He gives wisdom to the wise and knowledge to those who have understanding.”

1 Peter 1:5 “who are being protected by God’s power through faith for a salvation that is ready to be revealed in the last time.”

Something to be revealed – A SALVATION by means of the LOZ.

Matthew 24:22 ” Unless those days were limited, no one would survive. But those days will be limited because of the elect.”

Dictionary: “limited >adjective 1 restricted in size, amount, or extent. 2 not great in ability. 3 (of a monarchy or government) exercised under limitations of power prescribed by a constitution. 4 (Limited) Brit. denoting a limited company.”

The AMOUNT of days are cut short.

If Yahweh did not cut the time short, NO ONE WOULD SURVIVE. Why so? Mankind is a wild card that would destroy itself with no help from anyone. Even Satan, if left alone, could not save mankind from its own self. Mankind’s disposition is destruction. Without Yahweh’s guidance, they would eventually kill themselves. But even so, only a remnant will be harvested from this crop of evil. The rest are doomed to eternal death by the hand of Yahweh.

  • Earliest New York City one-inch snowfall since records began
  • More than 250,000 customers lost power in Pennsylvania and Maryland
  • More than 1,000 flights in or out of America cancelled
  • Experts predict up to 10 inches of snow to fall across North East
  • Only fourth time since Civil War that snow has fallen in NYC in October
  • Snowstorms already hitting Massachusetts and New England
  • Parts of Connecticut could get a foot of snow this weekend

New York has today been hit by more than one inch of snowfall before Halloween for the first time ever – with experts predicting much more on the way.

A classic nor’easter is chugging up the East Coast at an unusually early period and expected to dump up to 10 inches throughout the region.

More than 1.5 million homes have lost power in the storm.

Some places in mid-Atlantic states saw more than half a foot of snow and approximately 250,000 customers lost power in Pennsylvania and Maryland, requiring utility crews from Ohio and Kentucky to fix it.

More than 1,000 flights into or out of the United States were cancelled today, with New York particularly affected. JFK airport had around 230 called off by 5pm local time.

Around 60 million people will experience the rare October snowstorm, which should unleash heavy, wet snow and wind, causing fallen tree branches and potential travel chaos.

This weekend looks set to see huge amounts of sleet and snow covering the North East, invariably causing power outages and travel chaos. Some areas bracing for up to a foot of snow.

By 2pm, 1.3 inches of snow had fallen in Central Park; never before in October has an inch of snow fallen on a given day in New York City, AccuWeather reported.

The website reported that 10 inches in Ogletown, Pennsylvania, 9.5 inches in Frostburg, Maryland, and 8.5 inches in Lost River, West Virginia.

New York has received measurable snow before Halloween only three times since 1869 – and never more than one inch, as happened today.

The heaviest snow, though, is forecast for later in the day on Sunday in the Massachusetts Berkshires, the Litchfield Hills in northwestern Connecticut, southwestern New Hampshire and the southern Green Mountains. – DailyMail

‘Unusual’ fall storm hits California – Up to a foot of snow falls in Sierras

October 6, 2011 Comments off

Daniel 2:21 “He changes the times and seasons; He removes kings and establishes kings. He gives wisdom to the wise and knowledge to those who have understanding.”

1 Thessalonians 5:1-5 “The Day of the Lord
About the times and the seasons: brothers, you do not need anything to be written to you. For you yourselves know very well that the Day of the Lord will come just like a thief in the night. When they say, “Peace and security,” then sudden destruction comes on them, like labor pains on a pregnant woman, and they will not escape. But you, brothers, are not in the dark, so that this day would overtake you like a thief. 5 For you are all sons of light and sons of the day. We’re not of the night or of darkness.”

‘This is more typical of a winter storm’

Sacramento – An early fall storm stranded big rigs in the Sierra Nevada and snarled roadways throughout California on Wednesday while unleashing gusty winds and snow in the mountains.

Showers hit Southern California, causing scattered fender-benders during the morning commute.

Westbound Interstate 80 reopened through the Sierra Nevada after being closed by stranded big-rigs and spun-out vehicles near Truckee for more than two hours.

“No injuries. But we still have a lot of big rigs stacked up,” said California Highway Patrol dispatcher Kim Emery. “They’re either waiting or they’re chaining up.”

Drivers were required to put on tire chains at higher elevations.

“It’s a storm similar to early December, but we just got it in early October,” said Johnnie Powell, a National Weather Service forecaster in Sacramento.

No major damage was reported. Temperatures were expected to return to normal by the Columbus Day holiday weekend.

The Central Valley had a half-inch to an inch of rain, while Redding had 1.77 inches overnight. The Sierra foothills had about 1.5 inches of rain.

Sierra summits had six inches of snow and another six inches to a foot was expected by Thursday.

A storm warning remains in effect until late Wednesday for elevations above 6,000 feet. In the Central Valley and foothills, more showers and a chance of thunderstorms were expected.

“First and foremost, we want people to slow down,” California Highway Patrol spokesman Adrian Quintero said.

Pacific Gas & Electric had nearly 2,200 customers without power in Amador, El Dorado, Nevada, Placer, San Joaquin and Yolo counties.

“Cars into utility poles on slick roads, that sort of thing,” said PG&E spokesman Paul Moreno. “We’re looking to get almost everyone back on by early afternoon.”

The Sacramento Municipal Utility District, which provides electricity to Sacramento and part of Placer counties, had outages affecting 1,100 customers when trees and branches collapsed onto power lines or blew fuses overnight.

Power was restored to all customers before dawn after outages that averaged about an hour, spokesman Chris Capra said.

“Things came in pretty quickly and left pretty quickly too, with regards to this being the first rain storm of the year. That’s a good thing,” Capra said.

In Southern California, the Los Angeles Fire Department had sandbags available for anyone concerned about flooding.

Steve Anderson, a meteorologist for the weather service in Monterey, said, a high pressure system hanging over the Midwest has been making the storm travel farther south when storms would usually be rolling farther north this time of the year. That means leaves were still on the trees when the storm hit.

“The leaves can act as a sail and bring some of those trees down,” said Joe Molica, a spokesman for PG&E, which services 9.4 million electricity and natural gas customers in the northern and central parts of the state. –


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