Unprecedented U.S. Weather Chaos Continues: 120F In The West, More Record-Setting Flooding In The East
Global weather patterns are dramatically shifting, and week after week we keep seeing things happen that we have never seen before. As far as our weather is concerned, this is definitely the strangest year in modern American history, and many believe that what we have witnessed so far is just the beginning. Up until just recently, the endless rain, catastrophic flooding and horrific tornado outbreaks in the middle of the country have been dominating weather headlines. But now the west coast is getting into the act. This week, new record high temperatures have been established in city after city, and this includes San Francisco…
The previous daily record for June 10th of just 94 degrees was set back in 1994.
So that means that the old record was broken by 6 full degrees.
Like I said, we are seeing things happen that we have never seen before.
And San Francisco was far from alone. Over the past few days new all-time records have been set all along the California coastline…
Please don’t try to tell me that this is normal. In fact, right now we are in a “solar minimum” when solar activity is greatly subdued, and scientists are telling us that it could last for an extended period of time. As a result, temperatures should be cooler than normal, but obviously they are not.
Clearly something unusual is happening.
On Wednesday, it is being projected that the high temperature in Palm Springs could reach 114 degrees…
And we are being told that the temperature in Death Valley could actually reach “120 degrees”…
Meanwhile, more “torrential downpours” just continue to hammer the Southeast and the Midwest.
Yes, every year there are major storms, but under normal conditions those storms pass and things dry out.
That hasn’t happened this year. There has just been one major storm after another, and this has resulted in cataclysmic flooding over a vast portion of the country. And just when you thought that it couldn’t get any worse, more massive storms came rolling in over the past few days. In fact, it is being reported that some states received “more than a month’s worth of rain” in a single day…
Record after record is falling, but nowhere got hit as hard last week as North Carolina. According to ABC News, one area of western North Carolina has actually received 13.57 inches of rain since last week.
I keep warning that all of this catastrophic weather will greatly reduce agricultural production this year, and the mainstream media is finally starting to realize that this is actually happening.
In all of U.S. history, we have never seen anything like this. According to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, the last 12 months have been “the wettest 12-month span on record”…
Does anyone out there want to try to argue that this is normal?
Of course not.
And guess what?
According to the National Weather Service, more rain is on the way…
And what happens if global weather patterns continue to become even more extreme?
With all of our advanced technology, we like to think that we are not vulnerable to the vagaries of the weather like the “primitive civilizations” that came before us, but that is not true at all.
There are more than 327 million people in the United States, and the entire population of the planet has now passed the 7.5 billion mark.
In order to feed all of those people we need to grow an absolutely massive amount of food. We have become accustomed to living in a world where the weather is cooperative, but now that is changing in a major way, and nobody is quite sure what is going to happen next…
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