Weather

THE GORE EFFECT: GLOBAL WARMING PROTESTERS IN COLORADO MET WITH FREEZING TEMPS AND SNOW

Friday, December 9, 2016
By Paul Martin

This phenomenon is called the “Gore effect” — coined after a global warming rally held by former Vice President Al Gore in 2004 was met with frigid weather. A similar rally held by Gore in 2006 in Australia was also hit by cold weather. by Geoffrey Grider NowTheEndBegins.com December 9, 2016 A GROUP OF... »

Is The Global-Warming Hustle Finally Falling Apart?

Monday, December 5, 2016
By Paul Martin

By Jon Rappoport ActivistPost.com DECEMBER 5, 2016 (Al Gore stuffed $98 million into his lockbox while saving the world) “When you see a problem defined as ‘a threat to all humans’, you can be sure Globalists are using that fake or real problem to impose control on all humans.” (The Underground. Jon Rappoport) With... »

Whole country could be as cold as ALASKA: Temperatures may plummet to the single digits next week as forecasters predict a record-breaking cold snap

Thursday, December 1, 2016
By Paul Martin

Forecasters expect the record-setting cold weather plaguing Alaska to spread to the rest of the United States in the coming week Low temperatures have already set in The Last Frontier State, which is witnessing its coldest weather in almost two years Just this week, temperatures in Fairbanks reached minus-31 degrees, ending a 624-day stretch... »

Death toll in the U.S. from Hurricane Matthew climbs to at least 35, with ‘extremely dangerous’ conditions for the next 72 hours as floodwaters continue to rise

Wednesday, October 12, 2016
By Paul Martin

North Carolina Governor Pat McCrory warns there will still be major flooding in parts of the state as rivers reach near record levels Emergency officials have already made 2,000 rescues and almost 4,000 people are in shelters Matthew battered Florida, Georgia, South Carolina, North Carolina and Virginia for days before weakening The storm brought... »

Hurricane Matthew Leaves 31 Americans Dead And $6 Billion In Damages [VIDEO]

Tuesday, October 11, 2016
By Paul Martin

CHRIS WHITE DailyCaller.com 10/11/2016 Hurricane Matthew pummeled parts of North Carolina over the weekend, killing 14 in the state as survivors compare the storm’s aftermath to that created by Katrina in Louisiana. The storm cut paths through five other states and is responsible for the deaths of 31 people total. More than four rivers... »

Matthew death toll climbs to 17 as it’s finally downgraded to a tropical cyclone – but North Carolina remains in danger of ‘life-threatening’ flash floods after the storm dumps more than a foot of rain

Sunday, October 9, 2016
By Paul Martin

NC Gov Pat McCrory revealed on Sunday morning that seven people were killed, four still missing There were also six reported deaths in Florida, four deaths in Georgia and one in South Carolina Matthew was downgraded just before daybreak on Sunday morning as it headed back to the sea In North Carolina, Matthew flooded... »

Haiti’s death toll hits 842 and is expected to rise into the thousands once communication is reestablished with southwestern tip of island

Friday, October 7, 2016
By Paul Martin

Death tolls in the Caribbean have surged in the days after Hurricane Matthew moved away from Islands Haiti alone has seen 842 people die from catastrophic storm with many more missing or unaccounted for Communication has been cut off from remote southwestern tip of island and deaths there aren’t reported An estimated 61,500 people... »

Hurricane Matthew could hit Florida TWICE: Experts explain the science behind the storm’s bizarre behaviour

Friday, October 7, 2016
By Paul Martin

Hurricane Matthew hit the coast of Florida early this morning Forecasters predict it will start to curve north along the Georgia coast But it could loop back around towards Florida again – although it will be much weaker if it does By SHIVALI BEST DailyMail.com 7 October 2016 It is the strongest storm since... »

The Storm Of The Decade: 23 Key Facts About Hurricane Matthew As It Prepares To Slam Into The East Coast

Friday, October 7, 2016
By Paul Martin

By Michael Snyder EndOfTheAmericanDream.com October 6th, 2016 The worst storm to hit the United States since Hurricane Katrina is expected to slam into the east coast on Friday. The governors of Florida, Georgia and South Carolina are strongly urging millions of people living in the evacuation zones to leave, but a lot of residents... »

Florida faces the wrath of Matthew: ‘Monster’ hurricane slams in to Sunshine State with 100mph winds – leaving 600,000 without power and anyone refusing to evacuate facing the deadly consequences

Friday, October 7, 2016
By Paul Martin

Hurricane Matthew started hitting Florida early Friday morning with heavy rain and strong winds Downgraded from a Category 4 to 3 – but that only means a reduction of winds from 130mph to 120mph Powerful storm claimed at least 480 lives after it ripped through the Dominican Republic and Haiti Tuesday A woman in... »

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