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September 11, 2017, 06:59:33 am Psalm 51:17 says: The law of reaping and sowing. It's amazing how God's mercy and longsuffering has hovered over America so long. (ie, the infrastructure is very bad here b/c for many years, they were grossly underspent on. 1st Tim 6:10, the god of materialism has its roots firmly in the West) And remember once upon a time ago when shacking up b/w straight couples drew shock awe?

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« Reply #420 on: October 10, 2013, 12:56:54 pm »

http://local.msn.com/more-snow-targets-colorado-wyoming-into-friday-1
10/10/13

More Snow Targets Colorado, Wyoming Into Friday

A storm that brought the chilliest air of the season so far, along with the lowest snow levels thus far this autumn for California, Nevada and Arizona, will send snow to the mountains of Colorado and part of Wyoming into Friday.

This time the snow will fall in Denver, Cheyenne, Wyo., and Rapid City, S.D. The storm looks to be a tad warmer over the Rockies and High Plains, compared to last week's monster.

A foot of snow can fall on elevations above 7,000 feet in Colorado with enough snow, gusty winds and low visibility to make for dangerous travel through some of the passes. Wind gusts can reach between 40 and 60 mph, causing whiteouts.



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« Reply #421 on: October 11, 2013, 11:01:25 am »

Record-setting rainfall has hit Harrisburg area in last 24 hours, forecasters say

Thursday's rainfall in the Harrisburg shattered a 119-year-old record for the day, according to the National Weather Service in State College

The Harrisburg area officially received 4.02 inches of rain at the Harrisburg International Airport, according to the weather service. The previous record for any October 10 had been 1.50 inches of rain, set in 1894.

Parts of Harrisburg and the surrounding area received five inches of rain on Thursday, according to estimates by the weather service. Much of Dauphin County and parts of Perry, Cumberland, and York counties received four inches of rain yesterday.

The midstate could receive an additional one to two inches of rain today, according to forecasters.
•Today: Rain and possibly a thunderstorm. Some of the storms could produce heavy rainfall. Patchy fog between 7 a.m and noon. High near 61. New rainfall amounts between 1 and 2 inches possible. Low around 53.
•Saturday: A 40 percent chance of rain before 8 a.m. High near 66. Low around 53.
•Sunday: A 20 percent chance of showers. Mostly cloudy, with a high near 67. Low around 51.
•Columbus Day: Mostly sunny, with a high near 69. Low around 48.
•Tuesday: Mostly sunny, with a high near 69. Low around 48.
•Wednesday: Partly sunny, with a high near 70. A 30 percent chance of rain at night. Low around 51.

http://www.pennlive.com/midstate/index.ssf/2013/10/record_setting_rainfall_has_hi.html#incart_m-rpt-2
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« Reply #422 on: October 11, 2013, 11:03:13 am »

Category 5 Phailin likely a disaster for India, catastrophic storm surge “a certainty”

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The lives and livelihoods of millions of people along India’s east coast are in peril as monstrous cyclone Phailin makes its approach from the Bay of Bengal. Phailin – a Thai word for ‘sapphire’ – has estimated maximum sustained winds of around 160 mph, ranking among the most intense cyclones to threaten India on record.
 
(Cyclones have the same characteristics as hurricanes and typhoons – but these same storms have different nomenclature in different parts of the world.)

The ferocious storm, whose rain bands are already cycling inland, is about 24 hours from landfall. It is expected to come ashore late afternoon or early evening local time on Saturday (or early morning EDT) in northeast India between approximately Visakhapatnam and Puri.

http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/capital-weather-gang/wp/2013/10/11/category-5-phailin-likely-a-disaster-for-india-catastrophic-storm-surge-a-certainty/
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« Reply #423 on: October 11, 2013, 01:58:27 pm »

Never seen a storm on radar that has black in it! What is that, like off the scale rain amounts? I assume that's a water radar image.
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« Reply #424 on: October 12, 2013, 02:47:14 pm »

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-asia-india-24487130
10/12/13
Cyclone Phailin: Mass evacuations in eastern India

As many as 500,000 people in India have been evacuated as a massive cyclone sweeps through the Bay of Bengal towards the east coast.

Cyclone Phailin, categorised as "very severe" by weather forecasters, is expected to hit Orissa and Andhra Pradesh states on Saturday evening.

The Meteorological Department has predicted the storm will bring winds of up to 220km/h (136mph).

A super-cyclone in 1999 killed more than 10,000 people in Orissa.

But officials say this time they are better prepared, the BBC's Sanjoy Majumder in Orissa reports.

The Meteorological Department said Cyclone Phailin was due to make landfall late on Saturday evening, Indian time. The centre of the storm was expected to hit the coast around the town of Gopalpur.

Homes at risk
 
Officials said Cyclone Phailin would bring a storm surge of at least 3m (10ft) that was likely to cause "extensive damage" to mud houses on the coast.

"No-one will be allowed to stay in mud and thatched houses in the coastal areas,'' said Orissa's Disaster Management Minister Surya Narayan Patra.

The army is on standby in the two states for emergency and relief operations. Officials said helicopters and food packages were ready to be dropped in the storm-affected areas.

Meanwhile, the US Navy's Joint Typhoon Warning Centre predicted that Phailin could produce gusts of up to 296km/h (184 mph), while the London-based Tropical Storm Risk classified Phailin as a Category Five storm - the most powerful.

Fishermen have been asked not to venture out to sea.

Heavy rain and winds have already struck Orissa, where authorities have set up storm shelters for evacuees.

Janmejay Mohapatra, a resident of Orissa state capital Bhubaneswar, said it was too dangerous to go out now, as trees were down and debris was flying everywhere.

"Already the rain is very heavy and the wind is gusting at 100-120km an hour," he told the BBC. "The phone lines are down where I am and we have no electricity."

Minister Surya Narayan Patra said:"We are fighting against nature. We are better prepared this time, we learnt a lot from 1999."

India's eastern coast and Bangladesh are routinely hit by cyclonic storms between April and November which cause deaths and widespread damage to property.

In December 2011, Cyclone Thane hit the southern state of Tamil Nadu, killing dozens of people.
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« Reply #425 on: October 14, 2013, 12:01:46 am »

http://news.yahoo.com/india-issues-red-alert-cyclone-phailin-051234380.html
10/13/13

Thousands homeless after killer Indian cyclone
Gopalpur (India) (AFP) - Tens of thousands of people who fled India's strongest cyclone in 14 years returned to discover their homes and livelihoods destroyed Monday, as a massive relief operation kicked into gear.

One million people were forced to seek refuge in shelters and government buildings after the terrifying cyclone struck eastern India on Saturday, killing at least 18 people and leaving a trail of destruction along the coast.

Cyclone Phailin was dissipating rapidly after pounding the states of Orissa and Andhra Pradesh, bringing winds of more than 200 kilometres an hour (125 miles per hour), uprooting trees, overturning trucks, and knocking out power lines.

Residents, some carrying their children and clutching bags of possessions, and who hours earlier were huddled in shelters, made their way back to their towns and villages fearing the worst.

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« Reply #426 on: October 15, 2013, 11:39:10 am »

http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/capital-weather-gang/wp/2013/10/14/powerful-typhoon-wipha-eyes-tokyo-japan/?wprss=rss_local&clsrd
10/14/13
Powerful typhoon Wipha eyes Tokyo, Japan

The western Pacific ocean has come alive with typhoons in recent weeks. The latest, typhoon Wipha, has its sights set on the east coast of Japan. With maximum sustained winds of 120 mph, Wipha is the equivalent of a category 3 hurricane.

Although it’s weakening and expected to lose its tropical characteristics on its voyage north and then northeast-bound, Wipha should still be a force as it nears some of Japan’s major population centers.

“Wipha will remain a strong and expansive extra-tropical system as it tracks along the eastern coast of Japan,” the Joint Typhoon Warning Center writes.

The Joint Typhoon Warning Center projects Wipha to make a very close approach to Tokyo Wednesday morning local time (Tuesday evening EDT), with maximum sustained winds still a formidable 80 mph.

The exact track of Wipha is critical. If its center passes just west of Tokyo, a large storm surge would affect the city of more than 35 million people and potentially bring major flooding. However, if it remains to Tokyo’s east over the Pacific, such an inland push of water would be avoided. The official forecast favors the less threatening ocean track.

Irrespective of the exact track and storm surge potential, flooding rains and damaging winds are a threat along Japan’s east coast from Osaka to Fukushima. The GFS weather model projects about 8 inches of rain in Tokyo between Tuesday and Thursday.

There’s an outside chance the storm remains far enough east to just give Japan a glancing blow, with little impact.

Wipha is the 12th typhoon and 26th named storm of the west Pacific typhoon season.

The eastern hemisphere has been a hotbed for tropical storm activity since late last week. In addition to Wipha, cyclone Phailin battered India over the weekend and typhoon Nari is landing in Vietnam.

Nari – a minimal typhoon – is weakening and heavy rain should be its main impact as it makes landfall in central Vietnam.
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« Reply #428 on: November 01, 2013, 08:55:52 pm »

http://news.msn.com/us/4-dead-after-halloween-storms-bring-major-flooding
4 dead after Halloween storms bring major flooding
11/1/13

Strong winds and heavy rains swept through a region from the U.S. Gulf Coast to the eastern Great Lakes on Halloween, killing four.

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — A violent Halloween storm from the U.S. Gulf Coast to the eastern Great Lakes killed at least three people, two in Texas and one in Tennessee, and contributed to the overturning of a school bus in a rain-swollen creek in Kansas.

Strong winds and heavy rains swept through the region and wind gusts of up to 50 miles per hour were still forecast for Friday afternoon in some regions.

The National Weather Service said it received 230 reports of high winds across 12 states from Louisiana to Pennsylvania, and reports of tornadoes in Louisiana, Texas, Kentucky and Illinois, although none did major damage.

In Nashville, a 9-year-old boy was electrocuted by a downed power line, according to Metro Nashville Police.

"It has not been determined exactly how he contacted the wire, which was knocked down by a large tree limb during high winds," police said in a statement. Local television stations reported he was on his bike when he made contact with the wire.

Fallen power lines littered Tennessee in the wake of 40 to 50 mph winds, said Scott Unger of the National Weather Service in Nashville. Thousands lost power, officials said.

Another death in Tennessee was not related to the weather. A 4-year-old boy in White Pine, Tennessee, was killed by the family van while out trick-or-treating, according to local media reports. He apparently jumped from the open side door of the van and was run over by a back wheel.

Many towns and cities in the path of the storm had postponed trick-or-treating.

Three people died in Texas from the storm, officials said. A man's body was found Thursday in a swollen creek in southeast Austin, officials said. A woman, 31, was found about a mile and a half from her car in another Austin creek on Friday as the search continues for her 8-month-old daughter, said Travis County Sheriff's spokesman Roger Wade. A man in rural Caldwell County died Thursday after being trapped in his car by high water, officials said.

In rural south-central Kansas, a school bus slid off a road and into a creek and fell on its side, requiring the rescue of 10 children and the driver, said Chris Davis, 911 director for Butler County. Water from the creek covered the low-lying road after heavy rain earlier Thursday, Davis said Friday.

Ten elementary school-age children climbed out the windows onto the side of the bus and were rescued by boats in fast-moving water, Davis said. One child was taken to the hospital with minor injures while the driver was hospitalized after suffering a back injury and hypothermia, Davis said.

"The water was about halfway up the side of the bus," Davis said.
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« Reply #429 on: November 12, 2013, 12:31:28 pm »

A Tornado Struck Astypalea: GREECE It was a heavy storm that lasted for more than ten hours, during which trees were uprooted and houses flooded.

http://greece.greekreporter.com/2013/11/11/a-tornado-struck-astypalea/
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http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-asia-24895620
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Typhoon Haiyan: Ships head to Philippines amid devastation

US and British vessels were heading to the Philippines as the UN appealed for aid amid the large-scale devastation caused by Typhoon Haiyan.

The US has deployed an aircraft carrier and navy ships, while the UK is sending a naval destroyer.

At least 10,000 people are feared to have been killed and thousands of survivors desperately require aid - but reports say little is getting through.

Philippine President Benigno Aquino has declared a state of national calamity.

In a statement, he said the two worst affected provinces, Leyte and Samar, had suffered massive destruction and loss of life.

He authorised the release of emergency relief funds and deployed troops to affected areas.

A huge international relief effort is also under way, but journalists and rescue workers at the scene say reaching areas affected by the storm is difficult.

Bernard Kerblat, who is overseeing the UNHCR response to the crisis, said some aircraft had landed in Cebu but distributing aid was difficult because of bad weather and damaged infrastructure.

"The rain is further complicating the effort for light vehicles, including trucks, to penetrate in areas wherever there's still a bridge left intact.

"The other bad news is that within the next 72 hours, we should see the arrival of yet another typhoon."

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I wouldn't read too much into that. Yeah, it has it's strategic aspects of having a carrier just south of somebody, but reality is that those things can crank out some major fresh water every day with their desalinization plants on board. And the carrier deck acts as a supply platform to stage from. Lots of innocent uses. All of the major ships have the water treatment plants, so the British ship will too.
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« Reply #432 on: November 16, 2013, 12:19:50 pm »

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Large hailstones pummel southeast Qld(Australia)
http://www.sbs.com.au/news/article/2013/11/16/severe-storms-hail-hit-southeast-qld

Hailstones the size of tennis balls have pelted parts of southeast Queensland as severe thunderstorms sweep through the area.

A Bureau of Meteorology severe weather warning is in place for Redland, North Stradbroke Island, parts of the Gold Coast, Logan, Gympie and the Sunshine Coast.

The storms, which battered other parts of the region earlier on Saturday, are moving in a east-northeast direction.

The bureau says "very dangerous" thunderstorms are expected to hit Double Island Point, Rainbow Beach, the Wide Bay, Mount Cotton, Macleay Island and Victoria Point by 3pm on Saturday.

Destructive winds and large hailstones are likely.

Tennis ball-sized hail has been reported at Buderim on the Sunshine Coast and there have been reports of large hail battering Mooloolah Valley, Maroochydore and Greenbank.

Ian Masterman, who runs The Attic Cafe on the Sunshine Coast, says hailstones the size of golf balls hit the area early Saturday afternoon.

"I've never seen anything like this before," the 51-year-old, who has lived on the Sunshine Coast since 2000, told AAP.

"They were bouncing off the ground and we were worried they were going to smash the windows.

"You could hear windows on the cars smashing outside."


Mr Masterman says the hailstones fell for about 15 minutes and he's preparing for another battering.

"We've brought the garden pots inside," he said. "I don't think it has ever hailed the whole time we've been here."

A Department of Community Safety spokeswoman told AAP about 100 storm-related calls had been made to the State Emergency Service by 3pm on Saturday.

Most of the calls related to damage to homes from hail or heavy rain.

Emergency Management Queensland is advising residents to move cars under cover and secure loose outdoor items.
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100 DAYS OF HEAVY SNOW: Britain now facing worst winter in SIXTY YEARS warn forecasters

http://www.express.co.uk/news/uk/443462/Winter-2013-expected-to-be-worst-since-1947-with-heavy-and-persistent-snow-forecast-for-UK?utm

No global warming back them i guess..
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100 DAYS OF HEAVY SNOW: Britain now facing worst winter in SIXTY YEARS warn forecasters

http://www.express.co.uk/news/uk/443462/Winter-2013-expected-to-be-worst-since-1947-with-heavy-and-persistent-snow-forecast-for-UK?utm

No global warming back them i guess..

Like I mentioned in another thread - part of the global warming deception is really part of their Hegelian Dialectic process to keep everyone in the dark(about their HAARP/weather control modification agendas). While they keep both (opposition-controlled)sides arguing back and forth, they keep them in the dark(a lot like with this Democrat vs Republican nonsense).

And of course, the other part of the global warming deception is part of the Agenda 21/"environmentalism" agendas as well.
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« Reply #436 on: November 19, 2013, 11:15:25 am »

http://news.yahoo.com/apocalyptic-storm-floods-sardinia-17-dead-112923772.html
'Apocalyptic' storm floods Sardinia, 17 dead
11/19/13

ROME (AP) — The Mediterranean island of Sardinia, prized by the jet-set for its white sand beaches and crystal-clear seas, was a flood-ravaged mud bath Tuesday after a freak torrential rainstorm killed at least 17 people, downed bridges and swept away cars.

Italian Premier Enrico Letta declared a state of emergency and set aside 20 million euros ($27 million) for emergency relief, saying the priority was reaching remote areas, saving the lives of those still unaccounted for and providing for those left homeless.

The island, which draws royals, entrepreneurs and ordinary tourists alike during the dry, peak summer months, received more than 44 centimeters (17.3 inches) of rain in 24 hours Monday — half the amount it normally receives in a year, officials said.

Italy's civil protection chief, Franco Gabrielli, said the death toll may still rise as crews reach isolated areas in the countryside where some homes are submerged.

Transport was hampered by rivers of cocoa-colored mud gushing over roads that forced the closure of several major thoroughfares, including a tunnel into the city of Olbia, according to the Anas company which runs Italy's roads and highways.

Olbia Mayor Gianni Giovannelli said the city had been destroyed by the "apocalyptic" storm, with bridges felled and water levels reaching 3 meters (10 feet) in some places. He described the ferocity of the storm's rains as a "water bomb."

Gabrielli defended the civil protection's alert system, which had signaled an "elevated" risk of the storm on much of Sardinia, the highest level of alert. He warned against day-after finger-pointing, saying evacuation orders had been issued and ignored and that no weather forecast could have predicted the "exceptional" degree of devastation.

Sardinia's governor, Ugo Cappellacci, said the 17 dead included a family of four, reportedly of Brazilian origin, in Arzachena.

Local newspaper L'Unione Sarda said a policeman helping to escort an ambulance died when the car he was travelling in was submerged in the collapse of a bridge in Dorgali. In hard-hit Gallura, three people died after their car was swept away in the collapse of another bridge, the paper said.

Sardinia is the second-largest island in the Mediterranean and is one of Italy's autonomous regions. While it's known to tourists for its pristine Costa Smeralda beaches, the island's interior is known for its sheep and pastoral life. Sardinians are famed for their exceptional longevity.

Other parts of Italy were also hit by heavy rains Tuesday, including the capital, Rome, and Venice in the north, where residents and tourists donned rubber boots to slosh through a St. Marks' Square flooded from the "acqua alta" high tides that periodically submerge the lagoon city.
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Winter storm system stretching from California to Oklahoma claims 13 lives - @NBCNews
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Western Winter Storm Boreas Kills 13
http://www.webpronews.com/western-winter-storm-boreas-kills-13-2013-11
12/24/13

Winter storm Boreas has already dumped up to a foot of snow in western and southwestern Oklahoma as it make it’s trek across the US.

The massive storm has caused mass flooding, car crashes, hundreds of flight cancellations, road closures and leading to at least 13 deaths as it trekked across New Mexico and Texas on Saturday.

An improperly restrained, 4-year-old girl was killed in a rollover accident in New Mexico and three more people died in a weather-related crash in the Texas Panhandle.

Meteorologists expect the Arctic mass to head south and east, threatening travel plans for Tuesday and Wednesday, two of the busiest travel days of the year.

By early Sunday, the weather was blamed for at least eight deaths in several fatal traffic accidents. The storm has caused hundreds of rollover accidents, including one that injured three members of singer Willie Nelson’s band when their bus hit a pillar near Dallas.

The National Weather Service has issued a winter storm warnings across Texas and Oklahoma until midday Monday. The system is expected to bring wintry conditions into the Southern Plains, Southeast and finally reach the Northeast during the next five days.

Boreas is expected to keep temperatures 15 to 20 degrees below normal along the East Coast through Thursday. Even if the system fails to deliver heavy snow, it could cause air travel disruptions with high winds, forecasters say.
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11/24/13
Western Winter Storm Extends to Texas, Heads East

A deadly winter storm system that began in Southern California has extended to Texas and Oklahoma after sweeping through Arizona and New Mexico late last week.

The rain set records in parts of Arizona. The 1.60 inches that fell on Phoenix made Friday the city’s second wettest November day since 1895.

Near Amarillo, the storm wrecked havoc on the roads, causing traffic accidents that resulted in at least three deaths and numerous injuries.

Oldham County, Texas borders Potter County, in which Amarillo is located. Oldham County Sheriff David Medlin reported at least four inches of snow on the ground on Sunday. “Road conditions are still dangerous and people should drive cautiously and avoid roads unless absolutely needed.”

Southeast of Amarillo, icy roads are being blamed for the crash of Willie Nelson’s band’s bus. The bus spun out of control on Interstate 30 near Sulphur Springs, Texas, about 80 miles east of Dallas. The bus crashed into a bridge pillar and while no one was seriously injured, the band has postponed shows through the end of November. Nelson was not among the passengers in the bus.

Moving on from Texas, the storm system dumped up to a foot of snow in western and southwestern Oklahoma.

The storm – being referred to by some as Winter Storm Boreas – is forecasted to reach the interior parts of the Northeast late Tuesday, bringing abnormally low temperatures, rain, and snow just in time to hamper Thanksgiving travel.

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« Reply #442 on: December 04, 2013, 10:55:32 am »

30 to 40 below zero on Wednesday night through Thursday night



DOT Advises No Travel Along I-90 as Snowstorm Lashes Upper Midwest

A pair of storms is unleashing heavy snow and strong winds causing poor visibility from the northern Plains and Upper Midwest to the southern Rockies.
 
Dangerous cold and treacherous travel conditions are also spreading across the region.
 
The worst of the snow is likely through Wednesday from eastern North and South Dakota to northern Minnesota, northwestern Wisconsin, part of the Upper Peninsula of Michigan and neighboring Canada. The worst of the cold following the storm will also focus over this area.

rest: http://www.accuweather.com/en/weather-news/winter-storm-impact-northern-u/20564835
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« Reply #443 on: December 04, 2013, 12:19:32 pm »

-40 degrees!  Shocked

They should thank Jesus, if they can keep their mouths from freezing shut! WOW that's cold.

Guess the farm herds are something to see what happens to them. The last cold blast was blamed for killing thousands of cattle.

Lord have mercy that is cold!
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« Reply #444 on: December 04, 2013, 12:25:49 pm »

Guess the farm herds are something to see what happens to them. The last cold blast was blamed for killing thousands of cattle.

From what I read, it's during the summer/fall months when they will feed their cattle QUITE A BIT(meaning getting them to over-eat), so that when winter comes, they will have more than enough fat et al on them to warm themselves in the winter months.

This is why they died off in October during that unexpected blizzard - b/c they weren't prepared in terms of being overweight/fat to warm themselves up in these conditions.
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« Reply #445 on: December 04, 2013, 01:41:33 pm »

Yeah, they do fatten them up, but those temps? We're talking frozen hamburger on the hoof!  Grin
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« Reply #446 on: December 06, 2013, 04:07:12 am »

Britain battered by 140mph Arctic storms: One dead, 120,000 homes left without power and pedestrians blown to the ground as hurricane-force gusts cause worst coastal surges for SIXTY years

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« Reply #447 on: December 06, 2013, 10:38:15 am »

Got a pretty bad snowstorm here in North Texas today - couldn't open my front door, nor the gates on my fence b/c of the snow and ice. Although I saw a few cars/trucks roaming around.
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« Reply #448 on: December 06, 2013, 11:41:38 am »

Got a pretty bad snowstorm here in North Texas today - couldn't open my front door, nor the gates on my fence b/c of the snow and ice. Although I saw a few cars/trucks roaming around.

its just now starting to hit me.
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« Reply #449 on: December 06, 2013, 12:14:47 pm »

It's nice and sunny here, temps in the 50's.  Grin

Hey BA, need a shovel?  Wink

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