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Epic and unusual weather in 2021
« on: July 15, 2021, 10:26:02 AM »
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  • I've lived in Texas for 17 years and I've never seen a summer like this one. July and August are supposed to be our two hottest months. Usually daily highs in the high 90s, but sometimes the 100s. Heat indexes about 12 to 16 degrees higher than that. And usually a high pressure system causes a drought for a couple months every Summer. The timing varies, but we always get a long drought where we see no rainfall and the grass turns brown. I feel like I'm getting gypped out of my Texas summer this year. There are smells and experiences I'm not getting. For example, the smell after the sun goes down, when all the recently-baked brown grass gives off its gentle hay-like aroma.

    This year, the spring Monsoon Season (when we get 90% of our yearly rainfall, or at least it seems) gave way to a very COOL, WET summer. It's barely hitting the high 80's, before the temperature quickly plummets again for the night. For all intents and purposes, the highest temperature we experience is 85, plus humidity. We haven't had a week off without rain yet. Let's put it this way: my family needs several days to mow and weedwhack everything. And we haven't managed to get it all "perfectly mowed" yet. That would DEFINITELY happen if we had a chance. But it always ends up raining, sometimes the weather stations didn't even forecast it that morning!

    If I drove north for 11 hours to the middle of Kansas, I would experience HOTTER temperatures. Again, that is completely unprecedented. WHAT IS GOING ON?

    Are the magnetic poles shifting or something? The weather is almost as messed up as the world (Clown World) and the Church have become. Interesting.

    And this is the same year we had a winter snowstorm/freeze the likes of which Texas hasn't seen for several decades.

    I would call this "climate chaos". Caused by the sun, the earth, and/or other natural processes of course, but climate chaos nonetheless.
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    Re: Epic and unusual weather in 2021
    « Reply #1 on: July 15, 2021, 10:30:11 AM »
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  • I don't know, its been hot here in the Midwest lately. But nothing I would call extreme for this time of year.
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    Re: Epic and unusual weather in 2021
    « Reply #2 on: July 15, 2021, 12:49:58 PM »
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  • British Columbia and Alberta received record heat late June early July. Global warming? Climate change? Nope. Just a natural weather event says scientist, quoted in The Epoch Times.

    "As the intense heat wave in the western provinces eases its grip, a former Environment Canada research scientist says that this weather event, while unusual, was caused by natural climate variability and is comparable to heat waves that occurred in the 1920s and 30s."
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    Re: Epic and unusual weather in 2021
    « Reply #3 on: July 15, 2021, 12:59:16 PM »
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  • I don't know, its been hot here in the Midwest lately. But nothing I would call extreme for this time of year.

    Maybe where you live.

    But people in Kansas shouldn't be able to head south, driving 80+ MPH for over 11 hours, and there find RELIEF from the heat they left behind in Kansas!

    But that is exactly what a Kansan would experience today if he visited south Texas.
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    Re: Epic and unusual weather in 2021
    « Reply #4 on: July 15, 2021, 01:06:22 PM »
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    Are the magnetic poles shifting or something?

    Yes.  Add to that, govt weather control, and the upcoming long-term cold cycle and you have a recipe for confusion.


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    Re: Epic and unusual weather in 2021
    « Reply #5 on: July 15, 2021, 02:01:35 PM »
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  • While it's been hot and rainy here in central Indiana, it really has been a typical summer.

    It was two years ago (or was it three?) when we had unusually high temperatures and drought.  I seldom see chem-trails anymore around here.  

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    Re: Epic and unusual weather in 2021
    « Reply #6 on: July 15, 2021, 02:22:48 PM »
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  • Here's the scary part:

    There is a link between general periods of decline (dark ages) when the temps are cooler, and periods of civilization and growth when temps are warmer.

    Also, the Black Death happened because of a cold spell. The pestis bacteria, which causes Bubonic Plague, causes a change in the digestive tract of fleas, such that they end up constantly ravenous and bite everything in sight, trying to get full. They say this cooling happened due to a volcanic eruption (another natural cause). If that volcano hadn't erupted -- and brought on a global cooldown -- the Black Death wouldn't have happened. Think about the ramifications.
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    Re: Epic and unusual weather in 2021
    « Reply #7 on: July 15, 2021, 02:58:52 PM »
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  • Here's the scary part:

    There is a link between general periods of decline (dark ages) when the temps are cooler, and periods of civilization and growth when temps are warmer.

    Also, the Black Death happened because of a cold spell. The pestis bacteria, which causes Bubonic Plague, causes a change in the digestive tract of fleas, such that they end up constantly ravenous and bite everything in sight, trying to get full. They say this cooling happened due to a volcanic eruption (another natural cause). If that volcano hadn't erupted -- and brought on a global cooldown -- the Black Death wouldn't have happened. Think about the ramifications.
    Si Deus vult, fiat. I dont know where I am going to when the volcano blows.....just wait for the fallout, the Four Horseman, all whilst wearing out the Rosary beads.
    Meanwhile in the west of the US and Canada, we are getting smoked out like Bavarian sausages. No rain in sight. I think Japan is hogging much of it.
    Shooting holiday postponed until further notice. I can hardly walk anyway.  :'( 
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    Re: Epic and unusual weather in 2021
    « Reply #8 on: July 15, 2021, 03:06:17 PM »
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  • I've lived in Texas for 17 years and I've never seen a summer like this one. July and August are supposed to be our two hottest months. Usually daily highs in the high 90s, but sometimes the 100s. Heat indexes about 12 to 16 degrees higher than that. And usually a high pressure system causes a drought for a couple months every Summer. The timing varies, but we always get a long drought where we see no rainfall and the grass turns brown. I feel like I'm getting gypped out of my Texas summer this year. There are smells and experiences I'm not getting. For example, the smell after the sun goes down, when all the recently-baked brown grass gives off its gentle hay-like aroma.

    This year, the spring Monsoon Season (when we get 90% of our yearly rainfall, or at least it seems) gave way to a very COOL, WET summer. It's barely hitting the high 80's, before the temperature quickly plummets again for the night. For all intents and purposes, the highest temperature we experience is 85, plus humidity. We haven't had a week off without rain yet. Let's put it this way: my family needs several days to mow and weedwhack everything. And we haven't managed to get it all "perfectly mowed" yet. That would DEFINITELY happen if we had a chance. But it always ends up raining, sometimes the weather stations didn't even forecast it that morning!

    If I drove north for 11 hours to the middle of Kansas, I would experience HOTTER temperatures. Again, that is completely unprecedented. WHAT IS GOING ON?

    Are the magnetic poles shifting or something? The weather is almost as messed up as the world (Clown World) and the Church have become. Interesting.

    And this is the same year we had a winter snowstorm/freeze the likes of which Texas hasn't seen for several decades.

    I would call this "climate chaos". Caused by the sun, the earth, and/or other natural processes of course, but climate chaos nonetheless.
    I can't say that FL has been as hot as June pasts, very strange from my vantage point.  But I'm confident that late July through September will have me begging for December

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    Re: Epic and unusual weather in 2021
    « Reply #9 on: July 15, 2021, 04:43:19 PM »
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  • Hot, humid and high 90’s to 100 here on east coast.  New York, Jersey , Delaware. 

    I see Tennessee is getting much rain.
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    Re: Epic and unusual weather in 2021
    « Reply #10 on: July 15, 2021, 05:33:44 PM »
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  • The same bizarre reversals in weather on the west coast that some have experienced in other regions and other countries.  I will never complain about cold temps, because hot ones are unbearable to this fog-loving baby.  I have turned on the heat in the house twice this week and am wearing my long-sleeve nightgown. Love it, but it surprises me -- not the coolness (50's), but the fact that a little further from me, and in Oregon, temperatures have soared to 111 and 129 degrees.

    What to make of it, I do not know. 


     

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