Freak Summer Hailstorm in Scotland’s Sunniest City
June 26, 2011 – SCOTLAND – Scotland’s sunniest city experienced a freak hailstorm this week after ominous clouds moved over Dundee. Thunder, lightning, heavy rainfall and hailstones hit Dundee on Thursday afternoon. The city played host to winter weather in the middle of June, days after the summer solstice. The Lochee area in the west of the city was among the worst hit by the storm, which occurred at around 4.15pm and lasted for 45 minutes. Tayside Fire and Rescue did not receive any reports of flash flooding during the storm. STV weather presenter Sean Batty said: “While hailstones surprise many during the summer months, in actual fact this is when they are most likely, with more warmth around which in turn develops large thunder clouds and these heavy showers. Hailstones don’t just happen in cold weather, they are developed by these huge clouds which bubble up high into the atmosphere where it is very cold and these hailstones form before they fall. Over the past few days conditions have been perfect in parts of the country for the development of these slow-moving deeply convective showers which produce huge amounts of energy meaning these torrential downpours can happen anytime.”
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.”
Daniel 2:22 ” He reveals the deep and hidden things; He knows what is in the darkness, and light dwells with Him.”
“He gives wisdom to the wise and knowledge to those who have understanding.”
”He removes kings and establishes kings.” How does Yahweh do that? She crushes them as stated at Daniel 2:44. How?
Joel 2:7 “They attack as warriors [attack]; they scale walls as men of war [do]. Each goes on his own path, and they do not change their course.”
And so Yahweh also does what just before the kings are removed? “”He changes the times and seasons;” Do you have warm weather in winter and cold weather in summer? Tornadoes out of season? Soon, time itself will become distorted.