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    SEVERE tropical cyclone Nicholas, off Western Australia's north coast, has been upgraded to a category three - and is tipped to go higher.
    Its getting a whole lot worse it seems for that particular country,they must feel as though its the wraith of god!
    Havnt those talks happened yet?

    Now comes the reality of change i guess this is the sign of whats to come.
    More than two million people have been hit by power cuts in China's Qujing city and thousands have been stranded on highways as snowy weather revisits the southwest region.
    Im thinking no this cannot be happening not continuously its unreal,thats another country on the verge of well not too sure whats going to happen.

    Social dysfuntion and riots they are coming, as civilised society as we have come to known suddenly breaks down.
    http://article.wn.com/view/2008/02/1...er_revisits_r/

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    Ryangti, Do not miss post #299. I am the christ and I need followers like you to join the restoration process I am here to lead and install on earth..

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    Heavy snowstorms have swept across Greece isolating villages and shutting highways.
    Whats up with this weather?

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    The snow keeps coming.
    Heavy snow and slush closed the Kansas City International Airport on Sunday for almost six hours, the longest closure in its 35-year.
    Do you get the feeling that a new ice age is coming.

    Developing news for western oz
    The cyclone is supposed to be with them today
    Rain and heavy winds have intensified across the West Australian coast on Sunday as a powerful tropical cyclone gains strength.
    2 Months of rain and now this!

    Here it comes
    BRISBANE - Australian Prime Minister Kevin Rudd has promised to boost aid to the flood-ravaged central Queensland city of Mackay as forecasters warn more savage weather is on its way.
    http://www.nzherald.co.nz/category/s...ectid=10493023

    The talks i said about are coming soon to a town or city near you.
    The us not too sure if i have put this one up already
    Severe weather howled through much of the nation's eastern half Sunday, producing damaging tornadoes in the South and treating winter-weary parts of the Midwest to freezing rain, snow and flooding.

    The mayor of a town near Montgomery, Ala., says a tornado has destroyed numerous homes and may have trapped victims in the wreckage.

    One after each other it seems or week after week.
    Seems we aint finished with the cyclones yet.

    Emergency services in Madagascar are on high alert for a tropical cyclone which is expected to hit the north-east of the Indian Ocean island.
    http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/world/africa/7249109.stm
    Is it not too obvious to say we are screwed!

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    It is said in the bible that this would be the chaos in the end times and just before the beginning of a new age known as the kingdom of heaven on earth.

    If you stand behind the man who todays roman empire , mocked, beat, tried and made efforts to crucify then you will see global warming and all other planetary problems greatly diminish in the twinkling of an eye.

    Stand behind me and the world will become what the bible promises, peaceful and prosperous.

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    Well it has been said before but many will argue that its not end times yet.
    I guess you only have to see the news to say well im not so sure that it isnt.

    Madagascar authorities sought to regain contact with southern parts of this Indian Ocean island Monday, a day after a powerful cyclone destroyed homes and caused flooding before heading toward the African mainland.
    Later today another long list of severe storms will be up once again,which now seems to gathering pace.

    Australia again
    Residents of flood-ravaged central Queensland are to get a reprieve from the wet weather in the coming days.
    Calm before the storm as they say,as you all may have noticed that many countries are almost hit with flloods or storms daily.

    What does this say to you,many years a go some parts of the world had these which were quite normal,now of course its the other parts of the world that are also being hit.
    Once it was an isolated case not anymore.

    A new winter storm started to batter Lebanon on Monday noon, spreading heavy rainfalls, snow, speedy winds and thunderstorms across the country.
    Its the way that these storms are coming which is breaking up the infrastructures,because warnings dont come quick enough.
    We are being caught out,one thing that does spring to mind is the fact money is going to run out to help those in need as the numbers rise.

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    Greece at this time looks like china did wonder if its doing its rounds.
    Thank goodness the uk is untouched by this very freezing weather,yes i admit it has been cold but obviously not that cold.
    http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/world/default.stm
    Its under videos okay!

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    Another day another tradegy many must think the end times are near!
    Okay so that sounds mellow dramatic still waiting for those talks from the governments.

    Australia yet again after cyclone being downgraded they are on red alert.
    RESIDENTS in Coral Bay on Western Australia's northwest coast remain on red alert today despite tropical cyclone Nicholas being downgraded in strength.
    More devastation to an already broken down city.
    http://article.wn.com/view/2008/02/1...olas_moves_in/

    Cyclone Ivan heads for Mozambique another downgraded in madagascar but moving on somewhere else.
    There does seem a lot of these cyclones tornadoes lately if you agree.
    http://article.wn.com/view/2008/02/1...or_Mozambique/


    Somewhere else for a change theres no shame in hiding!
    As once was said wherever you live on earth there shall be no escape.
    How true those words are becoming more and more.


    Floods caused by continuous rains have caused widespread destruction in some 20 towns in the central Philippines.
    Now we do see climate refugees increasing!
    http://article.wn.com/view/2008/02/2...l_Philippines/

    Jerusalem once again hit by snow.
    Jerusalem awoke yesterday to a blanket of around five centimeters (two inches) of snow, as the region faced a second rare cold front in less than a month.
    No casualties or disruption for a change.

    Not again Australia to brace for more severe storms.
    GALE force winds are forecast to whip up rough seas on Queensland's south-east coast today, causing more beach erosion and possibly minor flooding.
    Im sure society is going to breakdown over there eventually.
    http://article.wn.com/view/2008/02/1...SE_Queensland/

    I predict more tornadoes for the states within the next few days,although i dont wish it upon them.

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    Madagascar: Violence of Cyclone Ivan Overwhelms Careful Preparations.
    It is getting worse and think we are now beyond the tipping point!

    As initial assessments shed light on the extensive damage caused by Cyclone Ivan earlier this week, Madagascar is bracing itself for another onslaught as Cyclone Hondo picks up and heads for the island's east coast.
    http://allafrica.com/stories/200802200856.html


    Heavy rains wreak havoc in Durban time to prepare ourselves?
    Heavy rainfalls caused havoc around the city early on Wednesday morning, and Durban's weather office says more rain is on the way.
    http://article.wn.com/view/2008/02/2...voc_in_Durban/

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    Quote Originally Posted by ryangti View Post
    The snow keeps coming.
    Heavy snow and slush closed the Kansas City International Airport on Sunday for almost six hours, the longest closure in its 35-year.

    as a person who used to live in that dump, that right there is funny, I don't care who you are.

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    SAN FRANCISCO - Batten down the hatches and make some indoor plans: There's a whopper of a storm headed our way and it's set to hit Saturday.
    Here they go again!
    http://article.wn.com/view/2008/02/2..._hit_Saturday/

    New zealand -Heavy rain and gales are set to batter Northland with up to 150mm falling in the hills around the Bay of Islands between Friday morning and the end of Saturday.

    Phillipines once again-Continuous heavy rains threaten Albay province with floods and landslides even as the Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology (Phivolcs) warned of possible mudflows threatening more than 7,000 residents living within the six-kilometer permanent danger zone of Mount Mayon.
    http://article.wn.com/view/2008/02/2...hreaten_Albay/

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    A winter storm blanketed much of the Northeast on Friday, delaying flights at the region's major airports and causing havoc during the morning commute.
    New york by the way.
    http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,331860,00.html
    http://article.wn.com/view/2008/02/2...wind_and_snow/

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    Europes getting the taste now
    Officials in Sweden say an overnight storm battered the southern part of the country with hurricane-strength winds - knocking out power to tens of thousands of homes and causing flooding in the coastal city of Gotebor.
    http://article.wn.com/view/2008/02/2...ectricity_i_c/

    United states
    powerful storm that's expected to hit particularly hard in northern and central California this weekend will come in two waves - this afternoon and tomorrow morning. Following light rain this morning, the storm's first punch will be felt at about 2 or 3 p.m. today.
    http://article.wn.com/view/2008/02/2...rm_closing_in/

    A 5.6-magnitude earthquake struck off Indonesia's Sumatra island on Saturday, but there was no threat of a tsunami and no immediate word of damage.

    Icy winds lashed the Kashmir valley on Saturday as high altitude areas in the state received fresh snowfall and the plains were lashed by torrential rain.
    http://article.wn.com/view/2008/02/2...in_in_Kashmir/

    The heavy weather seen in Auckland over the past few days is moving south, with a reprieve for the top of the North Island after rain caused widespread flooding.
    http://article.wn.com/view/2008/02/2...h_moves_south/

    Guess its been a busy day for many!

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    Hi folks more bad storms again
    Australia yes once again.
    HOUSES have been flooded in the central Queensland city of Rockhampton after a torrential downpour this morning. Up to 200mm of rain fell across the city in just two hours from 2am (AEST) today, causing flash flooding.
    No chance of ever cleaning up then!

    As we are always on about shortages you should read this one.

    Extreme weather takes toll on farmers in China, as we know they have suffered with constant snow and more snow is forecast.
    http://article.wn.com/view/2008/02/2...ll_on_farmers/
    Drought and snow has affected about 22.9 million hectares of China's arable land, more than one sixth of the total.
    http://article.wn.com/view/2008/02/2...f_arable_land/

    Polluted earth
    The Miami Valley Regional Planning Commission has issued an air pollution advisory for Monday.
    http://article.wn.com/view/2008/02/2...rt_for_Monday/

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    No 1 city Australia as mentioned many times you guessed it!
    They have been hit again with yet another storm now is the time to be very worried.
    http://article.wn.com/view/2008/02/2...ravage_Sydney/

    Charlotte US once again
    http://article.wn.com/view/2008/02/2...across_region/


    Thousands homeless as severe flood hits Kazakhstan end times are a coming!
    http://article.wn.com/view/2008/02/2..._Kazakhstan_i/

    Canada
    Another wallop on the way - and it won't be the last
    http://article.wn.com/view/2008/02/2...t_be_the_last/

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    I just wrote on the other thread, about us having snow again, now it will be very cold till at the least friday night, then snow again, and a bit warmer, winter winter winter winter, no brake, it is unbelievable, i am fed up!!! Please no ice Age!!! i hate cold temps. I am in south west Quebec profince, Canada. Just to give an idea where we have these temps. Krakatoa.
    At all time, there is treath of danger and chaos, it can be natural or man made, I aware of this...are you?[/B]

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    Been quiet again up until now that is.
    Its the British Isles time this time.
    Scotland and many parts of the uk being hit by severe winds.
    The Lothians were being hit by severe gales while Dumfries and Galloway measured 75mph gusts.
    More to come they say.
    http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/scotland/...st/7271656.stm

    Seems the talks are beginning to happen now.
    Ag ministers meet to talk climate change, trade and drought.
    http://www.abc.net.au/rural/news/con...2/s2176345.htm

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    Heavy rain and floods in Argentina have forced thousands of people from their homes, caused power cuts and brought transport chaos.
    Found this on the BBC news site
    http://article.wn.com/view/2008/02/2..._in_Argentina/

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    China has two one a dust storm and another snow storm with people suffering frostbite,brr must be freezing.
    Uk windy and warnings of sudden temperature drops.
    http://article.wn.com/view/2008/03/0...n_north_China/
    http://article.wn.com/view/2008/03/0...en_in_Qinghai/

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    Like i describe on the other thread, is that we will get crap again, today it is nice and mild, but it will get colder again, and then wenesday a cocktail of precipitations, snow, sleet, freezing rain, and rain, Krakatoa.
    At all time, there is treath of danger and chaos, it can be natural or man made, I aware of this...are you?[/B]

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    Todays good weather!
    Southeast
    National Weather Service has issued a tornado watch for most of the state throughout Tuesday afternoon. The Weather Service says the watch for 102 counties will remain in effect until 7 p.m.
    http://article.wn.com/view/2008/03/0...ugh_Southeast/
    Miami
    Up to two inches of rain has fallen on the Miami Valley since 6 a.m. and more is on the way.

    Sleet and deep snow made Arkansas roads slippery Tuesday and closed some schools as stormy weather stretched across the region. At least 11 inches of snow fell at Russellville in west-central Arkansas.
    http://article.wn.com/view/2008/03/0...Snow_In_Ark_e/

    http://article.wn.com/view/2008/03/0...ning_in_S_Ind/
    http://article.wn.com/view/2008/03/0...freezing_rain/
    This has got to be down to a natural even that happens every so many decades.

    http://article.wn.com/view/2008/03/0...nfusing_wildl/

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    Our storm will start very soon, will go on till tomorrow night, Snow, sleet, freezing rain, Wind, the worst of it will be overnight. I am on the other side of the border north Franklin County, New York state, close to Malone NY, and Massena NY, and Chateaugay NY state.

    Krakatoa.
    At all time, there is treath of danger and chaos, it can be natural or man made, I aware of this...are you?[/B]

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    It has been predicted that the uk will experience a fierce storm on monday next.
    http://news.scotsman.com/uk/Fierce-s...-UK.3854460.jp
    I kind of hope it will escape my area not a good thing as i live in basically a paper thin house,which were built cheaply after the second war.

    Canada snow and more snow
    http://article.wn.com/view/2008/03/0...and_more_snow/

    All quiet for now otherwise

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    We did get a lot of snow here recently..just a few days ago, about six inches worth..melted off the next day. then we got a dusting last night, and again, it melted off today. They say March goes in like a lion and out like a lamb..

    I am just really curious as to what kind of weather May will bring..that is usually known as our worst 'tornado' month of the year, statistically speaking.

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    It aint over till the fat lady sings!
    Forecast: Unpredictable, intense weather sounds about right,i predict a bad summer
    either fierce storms or an unbearable heat wave.
    In actual fact what seasons?has anyone noticed that some days it stays light longer
    then the next dark early and not spring yet.
    The storm that the uk will experience will not be as bad as the last one in 1987,i say well lets wait and see.

    http://article.wn.com/view/2008/03/0...tense_weather/
    http://article.wn.com/view/2008/03/0...oods_to_state/
    http://article.wn.com/view/2008/03/0...Nampula_Coast/

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