Weather

FCC Blows Off Warnings AGAIN from Meteorologists, NASA, NOAA and Navy About 5G Interfering with Weather Forecasting

Tuesday, June 18, 2019
By Paul Martin

By B.N. Frank ActivistPost.com JUNE 17, 2019 Activist Post reported about this last month too. Many media sources did and continue to do so. The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) blows off everybody’s concerns about 5G– even security experts who say 5G is not just for refrigerators,” Spalding said. “It’s farm implements, it’s airplanes, it’s... »

“It’s A Disaster Like I’ve Never Seen Before”: 2019 Could Be The Worst Year EVER For U.S. Corn Farmers

Monday, June 17, 2019
By Paul Martin

by Michael Snyder TheEconomicCollapseBlog.com June 16, 2019 The amount of corn produced in the United States this year is going to be way below expectations. The Department of Agriculture just slashed its harvest estimates quite dramatically in its June report, but some farmers in the Midwest believe that those reduced projections are still way... »

Unprecedented U.S. Weather Chaos Continues: 120F In The West, More Record-Setting Flooding In The East

Wednesday, June 12, 2019
By Paul Martin

by Michael Snyder TheEconomicCollapseBlog.com June 11, 2019 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... »

It’s the wettest planting season American farmers can remember – And the flood season isn’t coming close to an end with Colorado’s snowpack being 437% of normal

Monday, June 3, 2019
By Paul Martin

StrangeSounds.org Jun 3, 2019 There has never been a spring planting season like this one. Rivers topped their banks. Levees were breached. Fields filled with water and mud. And it kept raining. “You hear words like biblical, unprecedented,” said Sherman Newlin, a corn and soybean farmer in Illinois. “That’s all true.” It was raining... »

The Mississippi and Arkansas Rivers are set to rise to ‘record-breaking’ levels as the Midwest reels from ‘catastrophic’ flooding with MORE rain to come this week

Wednesday, May 29, 2019
By Paul Martin

The flooded Arkansas River is expected to crest at a record high of 42.5 feet in Van Burden on Wednesday The Mississippi River is projected to crest at 44 feet in St. Louis this week – the second-highest level in history The Arkansas River topped two levees on Tuesday and has flooded hundreds of... »

This Is Not “Normal”: There Have Been More Than 500 Tornadoes In The U.S. During The Last 30 Days

Wednesday, May 29, 2019
By Paul Martin

by Michael Snyder EndOfTheAmericanDream.com May 28, 2019 The mainstream media has been using the term “uncharted territory” to describe the unusual tornado outbreaks that have been happening in the middle of the country, but I don’t think that truly captures the historic nature of what we are witnessing. Over the last 30 days, there... »

Mississippi River rising to ‘near historic’ level as ‘catastrophic’ flooding possible on Arkansas River

Tuesday, May 28, 2019
By Paul Martin

By Travis Fedschun Fox News 5/28/2019 Flooding that’s already spawned months of misery across the Midwest is expected to grow even worse this week when several major rivers are forecast to approach record levels, potentially leading to catastrophic damage in the surrounding communities. The National Weather Service’s Weather Prediction Center warned of a moderate... »

At least one dead and 35 injured in Ohio after ‘rapid-fire’ tornadoes ripped roofs from homes and left five million people without power

Tuesday, May 28, 2019
By Paul Martin

Tornadoes first touched down in the city of Trotwood, just outside Dayton, at about 11pm on Monday night National Weather Service described tornado as ‘extremely dangerous’ and told residents to remain in shelters Photos showed widespread damage with severely damaged homes and buildings and downed power lines There were reports of houses being cut... »

More than FIVE MILLION are left without power across Ohio after ‘rapid-fire’ tornadoes ripped roofs from homes, with 51 twisters touching down across eight states overnight

Tuesday, May 28, 2019
By Paul Martin

Tornadoes first touched down in the city of Trotwood, just outside Dayton, at about 11pm on Monday night National Weather Service described tornado as ‘extremely dangerous’ and told residents to remain in shelters Photos showed widespread damage with severely damaged homes and buildings and downed power lines There were reports of houses being cut... »

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