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UK storm alert: Atlantic mega freeze to blitz Britain with torrential rain and 80mph gales

Britain is about to be blitzed by torrential downpours and 80mph winds driven by two mega-freezes on either side of the Atlantic. The UK is sandwiched between a whiteout gripping Canada and parts of North America, and another crippling Russia and Eastern Europe. The interaction of two cold air masses astride milder air over northern Europe will help drive a week-long deluge.

Met Office meteorologist Alex Deakin said unsettled weather will be driven by a strong Polar Vortex–a body of air circling the Arctic region which has begun to sink southwards over Britain.

He added: “The Polar vortex looks like staying strong or anything strengthening further as we go through the last week of November.

“That will lead to more spells of wet and windy weather across the UK.”

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Record levels of rain are causing flight delays, school closures and road blockages to Mecca.

Images posted to social media on Thursday show cars hurtling through the streets through raging torrents of water.

Rainfall in the southern region of Jeddah from 8:00 am to 2:00 pm on Thursday, at 179 millimeters, was the "heaviest" ever recorded.

This exceeded the amount of rainfall recorded in 2009, when thousands of people were affected by flash floods.
King Abdulaziz International Airport said "due to weather conditions, some flights were delayed" and urged passengers to contact carriers for updated schedules.

The official Saudi Press Agency (SPA) reported before dawn that schools in the city would be closed as rain was forecast to continue throughout the day.

Southern states are hit by TWENTY-THREE tornadoes overnight as Florida, Alabama and Georgia are warned to brace for more this morning: Twister ripped STEEPLE off Mississippi church as area is battered by hail the size of tennis balls

  • Tornadoes and thunderstorms barreled across the Deep South Tuesday night and Wednesday morning
  • More than 25million people are at risk with Southeast Mississippi and Southwest Alabama subject to flash flood warnings as the storm moves toward Florida on Wednesday
  • Several homes have been destroyed and thousands have been left without power across Mississippi and Alabama after 23 tornados ripped through last night
  • A Mississippi church is now missing its steeple as forceful winds, torrential storms, and tornados tore threw
  • In a rare move on Tuesday, NOAA issued a 'particularly dangerous situation' tornado watch, which is typically only issued during the most severe storms. It has since expired
  • Heavy rain and hail as big as tennis balls are also possible as forecasters said the weather outbreak was expected to continue

Tornadoes and huge thunderstorms barreled across Louisiana, Mississippi and Alabama late Tuesday and into Wednesday morning, sending millions hunkering down for cover overnight as Southern states were hit by 23 tornadoes and brace for more.

The National Weather Service (NWS) confirmed that tornadoes hit the ground in Mississippi on Tuesday evening and Alabama was in the path of the storms during the overnight hours, leaving severe damage and at least two dead in Montgomery.

Several homes have been destroyed, thousands of people have been left without power, and a Mississippi church is now missing its steeple as forceful winds, torrential storms, and tornados tore threw.

Mississippi State University students were asked to seek shelter on Tuesday after some classes were taught remotely and dining halls were closed.

Tuesday night, Starkville - where the university is located - saw ominous thunderstorms and nearly pitch black skies, except for the heat lighting as the tornado moved closer. Vicksburg, near the Louisiana/Mississippi border, also experience a similar phenomenon.

A Mississippi man, Jay Lesyk, filmed circular winds rotating around his car in McCool, saying: 'I'm right inside the circulation...Oh my God, I'm in it. I'm inside the tornado.'

In Jackson, heavy straight-line rainfall and harsh winds were seen, as one man filmed his neighborhood streets being rushed with water.

SOTT Earth Changes Summary - November 2022: Extreme Weather, Planetary Upheaval, Meteor Fireballs

This month was marked by early snowfalls in the Northern Hemisphere and late ones in the Southern Hemisphere, along with 2 possible meteorite impacts, and unusually strong floods.

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The Arctic blast set to bring Christmas chill to millions of people will cause 'life threatening temperatures', spark Christmas travel chaos and Mississippi could see the coldest temperatures in five years

  • The massive storm system will affect millions of people starting Wednesday
  • Storm brings threats of heavy snow, rain, damaging winds, plummeting temps
  • The system could snarl travel at the peak of the busy holiday season
  • Florida cities Jacksonville and Tallahassee have predicted 20s on Christmas Eve
  • Blizzard conditions are expected in the Midwest on Thursday and Friday

A massive storm system is set to bring an arctic blast that will affect millions of people across the United States with the dangerous threat of snow, damaging winds and plummeting temperatures.

The storm is expected to start Wednesday, with the most impact expected from Thursday through Christmas Eve, with treacherous conditions threatening to snarl holiday travel.

Blizzard conditions are expected in parts of the Midwest and Great Lakes while Mississippi may get blasted by the coldest air the state has seen in at least five years, Fox Weather reported.

The arctic front is predicted to march across the eastern two-thirds of the country in the days before Christmas, potentially bringing 'the coldest air of the season,' according to the latest forecasts from the federal Weather Prediction Center.

The Blessing and Cursing of The Law. . . The Law

. . . We are told in Deuteronomy, chapter 28 (below), that if we follow The Law, we will be Blessed and everyone will enjoy their share of the abundance of crops that The Ruler of The Universe promised that He would make grow in the land (without the need for chemical sprays, fertilizers or Genetically Modified Seeds), but if we don't follow The Law and allow greedy evil men to make up their own laws to suit themselves, the land would fail and we will suffer slavery, oppression, pestilence, disease, famine and death (the rat race - employee is just a modernized word meaning slave - think about it) under The Curses written into The Law as a punishment for not following it. . . . The Law

America braces for its coldest Christmas Eve EVER! Bomb cyclone is set to bring record low temperatures to Florida, Georgia and Pennsylvania, as Montana National Park thermometer breaks because it's too cold and 12 are killed by extreme weather

  • Millions of Americans were shivering as the country entered the Christmas weekend, with record lows being reported and forecast
  • It will be the coldest Christmas Eve ever in Tallahassee, Atlanta, Pittsburg and Philadelphia, forecasters predict
  • As of Friday evening, 5,000 flights had been cancelled - with Seattle, Chicago, New York and Detroit airports all hit hard
  • Travel was treacherous, with a 50-car pile-up in Ohio leaving four dead, and 100 cars reported to have crashed near the Canadian city of London
  • Blackouts were affecting millions, with outages reported in Tennessee and parts of Brooklyn and Queens, as well as from Maine to North Carolina


Dane Wigington returns to SGT Report to discuss the engineered winter storm Elliott. In this must hear interview Dane explains the science behind the geo-agenda to bring us to our knees before the new world order.

Another powerful Atmospheric River storm in California causes flooding, road closures and power outages in videos

A powerful storm brought drenching rain or heavy snowfall to much of California on Saturday, snarling traffic and closing highways as the state prepared to usher in a new year.

In the high Sierra Nevada, as much as 2 feet (0.6 meters) of snow could accumulate into early Sunday. The National Weather Service in Sacramento warned about hazardous driving conditions and posted photos on Twitter showing traffic on snow-covered mountain passes, where vehicles were required to have chains or four-wheel drive.

The so-called atmospheric river storm was pulling in a long and wide plume of moisture from the Pacific Ocean.

Flooding and rock slides closed portions of roads across Northern California.

A Sacramento Municipal Utility District online map showed more than 153,000 customers were affected by power outages on Saturday. “SMUD crews are responding to outages across the region during this powerful winter storm,” the utility said in a Twitter message, adding that it was preparing additional resources while working to restore power.

“Too many road closures to count at this point,” the weather agency in Sacramento said in an afternoon tweet. Sacramento County urged residents in the unincorporated community of Wilton to evacuate, warning that flooded roadways could “cut off access to leave the area.”

Rainfall in downtown San Francisco on Saturday topped 5 inches (12.7 centimeters) at midafternoon, making it the second-wettest day on record, behind a November 1994 deluge. With rain continuing to fall, it could threaten the nearly three-decade old record.

The California Highway Patrol said a section of U.S. 101 — one of the state’s main traffic arteries — was closed indefinitely south of San Francisco because of flooding. Videos on Twitter showed mud-colored water streaming along San Francisco streets, and a staircase in Oakland turned into a veritable waterfall by heavy rains.

Weather service meteorologist Courtney Carpenter said the storm could drop over an inch of rain in the Sacramento area before moving south. One ski resort south of Lake Tahoe closed chair lifts because of flooding and operational problems, and posted a photo on Twitter showing one lift tower and its empty chairs surrounded by water.

“We’re seeing a lot of flooding,” Carpenter said.

The Sacramento agency released a map of 24-hour precipitation through Saturday morning, showing a wide range of totals in the region, from less than an inch (2.54 centimeters) in some areas to more than 5 inches (12.7 centimeters) in the Sierra foothills.

The Mammoth Mountain Ski Area reported numerous lift closings, citing high winds, low visibility and ice.

The Stockton Police Department posted photos of a flooded railroad underpass and a car that appeared stalled in more than a foot (30 centimeters) of water.

The rain was welcomed in drought-parched California, but much more precipitation is needed to make a significant difference. The past three years have been California’s driest on record.

A winter storm warning was in effect into Sunday for the upper elevations of the Sierra from south of Yosemite National Park to north of Lake Tahoe, where as much as 5 feet (1.5 meters) of snow is possible atop the mountains, the National Weather Service said in Reno, Nevada.

A flood watch was in effect across much of Northern California through New Year’s Eve. Officials warned that rivers and streams could overflow and urged residents to get sandbags ready.

Some rainfall totals in the San Francisco Bay Area topped 4 inches (10 centimeters).

The state transportation agency reported numerous road closures, including Highway 70 east of Chico, which was partially closed by a slide, and the northbound side of Highway 49, east of Sacramento, which was closed because of flooding. In El Dorado County, east of Sacramento, a stretch of Highway 50 was closed because of flooding.

Humboldt County, where a 6.4 magnitude earthquake struck on Dec. 20, also saw roadways begin to flood, according to the National Weather Service’s Eureka office. A bridge that was temporarily closed last week due to earthquake damage may be closed again if the Eel River, which it crosses, gets too high, officials said.

It was the first of several storms expected to roll across California over the next week. The current system is expected to be warmer and wetter, while next week’s storms will be colder, said Hannah Chandler-Cooley, a meteorologist at the National Weather Service in Sacramento.

The Sacramento region could receive a total of 4 to 5 inches (10 to 13 centimeters) of rain over the span of the week, Chandler-Cooley said.

“Strong winds could cause tree damage and lead to power outages and high waves on Lake Tahoe may capsize small vessels,” the weather service in Reno said.

Avalanche warnings were issued in the backcountry around Lake Tahoe and Mammoth Lakes south of Yosemite.

On the Sierra’s eastern front, flood watches and warnings were issued into the weekend north and south of Reno, Nevada, where minor to moderate flooding was forecast along some rivers and streams.

In Southern California, moderate-to-heavy rain was falling Saturday. The region will begin drying out on New Year’s Day, with no rainfall expected during Monday’s Rose Parade in Pasadena.

Another round of heavy showers was forecast for Tuesday or Wednesday, the National Weather Service in Oxnard said. [WJCT]

Evacuation orders in effect for towns due to flooding

For an already saturated / flooded California, it is about to get worse.

San Francisco braces for bomb cyclone as residents stockpile sandbags - 'atmospheric river' to slam into California bringing severe flooding and loss of life

  • A massive storm system is approaching the San Francisco Bay Area in California, bringing with it the threat of heavy rain, high winds, and feet of snow in the Sierra region
  • Rain is expected to be so heavy the NWS says it's possible that human lives will be lost during the storm
  • Known as the Pineapple Express, the storm is expected to rapidly intensify into what meteorologists refer to as a 'bomb cyclone' over the northern Pacific Ocean bringing an atmospheric river of moisture into the state
  • This will be the third storm in California to bring an atmospheric river since the end of December, including one on New Year's Eve that caused severe flooding and debris flows
  • It is expected to hit the Pacific Northwest on Wednesday and cause devastating flooding and power outages

The West Coast is bracing for another massive storm as an 'atmospheric river' - a high-altitude current of dense moisture - is expected to bring drenching rains and renewed flooding to northern and central California, starting on Wednesday.

Heavy snow was also forecast to return to the Sierra Nevada mountains on Wednesday, along with coastal rain and higher-elevation snow in the Pacific Northwest.

Northern California is still recovering from a weekend Pacific storm that triggered floods, mudslides, power outages, and road closures.

This time, the high winds accompanying the latest batch of impending downpours could uproot trees and knock down tree limbs, causing more blackouts.


Weather maps show wall of snow to blanket UK in days as -11C Arctic freeze engulfs nation

A freezing Arctic weather blast will see the recent mild temperatures across the UK plummet as subzero conditions and heavy snow grips the country.

The UK will be swapping its recent mild weather for subzero conditions within days, according to the latest forecast. New weather maps from WxCharts show temperatures dropping as low as -11C in Scotland by next Thursday. This will also bring significant snowfall across the country with up to 21cm in the worst-hit areas.


Dramatic footage captures the effects of intense weather across California as flooding, debris, and massive sinkholes continue to wreck havoc across the state. “Wow, the rain in Sacramento right now. Downright biblical,” described one eye-witness.

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North Korea stuck by DEADLY extreme weather as temperatures plunge to -30C sparking havoc for Kim Jong-un

Freezing temperatures and gales in Japan and the Korean Peninsula have killed at least one person and left thousands stranded, resulting in weather authorities issuing new warnings.

Temperatures could dip below -30C in North Korea, with the capital, Pyongyang, experiencing temperatures as low as -19C early Wednesday, according to NK News.

The temperature is well below the average for this time of year and likely to be an extra strain to Kim Jong-un's kingdom, which is already suffering from extreme weather conditions.

The unusually cold front is spreading across Asia after at least 124 people died in freezing temperatures in Afghanistan earlier this week, according to media reports.

The temperature in Mohe, China's northernmost city, dropped to a record -53 degrees Celsius (-63.4 degrees Fahrenheit) on Sunday.

The severe cold spell is tightening its grip on the area, with large parts of Japan now within its grasp.

Some areas of the country are expected to reach their lowest temperatures fro a decade, with two deaths under investigation.

Temperatures of -25C were recorded near the border between North and South Korea on Tuesday.

Forecasts suggested heavy snowfall is expected in central and north eastern areas of Japan for most of Wednesday.

Winds could reach up to 126kph in areas across the country, according to their official meteorological agency.

In the 24 hours leading up to Wednesday morning, a record 93cm of snow was recorded in the city of Maniwa.

Some rail passengers in western Japan were left stranded for several hours on Tuesday according to West Japan Railway, while domestic airlines announced they would cancel more than 200 flights Wednesday.

Bullet train services in the country’s north-east will also be suspended, according to the Kyodo news agency.

The public have been urged to take provisions with water pipes potentially freezing.

Broadcaster NHK also told people to avoid any non-essential travel due to the icy road conditions.

Strong winds connected to the storm may have caused the sinking of a Hong Kong-registered cargo ship between western Japan and South Korea's Jeju island early on Wednesday. Thirteen of the 22 crew members had been rescued by noon on Wednesday and the search was continuing.

The bitter weather is expected to continue through Thursday.

New Zealand earthquake: Magnitude 6.1 tremor strikes near Wellington

Tremor felt in Wellington and ‘widely across the North Island’ as country reels from its most destructive cyclone in decades.


A magnitude 6.1 earthquake has struck New Zealand, just one day after a devastating cyclone forced a state of emergency across much of the country.

The quake occurred under the Cook Strait dividing New Zealand’s North and South Islands at 7.38pm local time, according to an official monitoring service.

It is reported to have been felt strongly for several seconds in the capital of Wellington.

The tremor struck at a depth of 48km, with its epicentre some 50km from the town of Paraparaumu, according to the seismic monitoring service Geonet.

Asked how he felt about the earthquake, New Zealand’s prime minister Chris Hipkins said it was “unprintable”, according to local news site Stuff , which quoted him as saying: “I was looking out the window for a plague of locusts.”


At least 10 dead as wild storms lash the U.S: Tornadoes and golf ball-sized hail hammer topples trucks and leaves one million without power in Kentucky, Alabama and Arkansas - after dumping 17 feet of snow in California

  • Wild weather has left 10 people dead and millions of residents without power across the U.S.
  • Tornadoes, torrential downpours, and snow storms have caused havoc from coast to coast
  • At least three Kentuckians have died in the chaos, with other deaths in Alabama, Mississippi and California

At least 10 people have died as a wild storm sweeps across the US, bringing travel chaos and severe disruption from the South to the Northeast corners of America.

Golf ball-sized hail and tornadoes wreaked havoc as a severe weather front made landfall this week, which has toppled trucks and left millions without power across several states.

Further torrential rain and heavy snowfall is expected into next week, as states including Kentucky, Alabama and Arkansas are still reeling from the destruction.

Californians in the San Bernadino Valley have been warned to avoid the mountains after 17 feet of snow was dumped in the region, leaving residents trapped.

And at least three Kentuckians have died in the chaos, with officials reporting other deaths in Alabama, Mississippi and California.

More than 60 million people were under threat of severe storms Friday, with a further 20 million from Texas to Pennsylvania currently under high wind alerts.

The wide-ranging storm has left millions stranded in their homes, as large numbers of residents in Kentucky, Michigan, Tennessee, Ohio, Pennsylvania, West Virginia and Alabama all left without power, according to

One of the deaths in Kentucky reportedly occurred after a tree fell onto a vehicle, while the strong winds have also sent trailer trucks flying across the Midwest.

Southern Indiana is also among the regions experiencing the severe weather, which has blown from Texas and up both US coasts.

The National Weather Service said the storm will continue to push north through the weekend, producing 'a swath of heavy snow from the Upper Midwest through New England'.

'Significant sleet and freezing rain is possible just south of the heaviest snow,' it added.

Travel chaos is expected to hamper residents from the Upper Midwest through the Great Lakes into next week, with further power outages possible, according to the forecaster.

Widespread torrential rain has fallen across the Midwest since Thursday night, with between three and five inches already recorded this week.

Flash flood warnings have been introduced across 400 miles stretching from Arkansas, Tennessee, Missouri, Illinois, Kentucky and Indiana.

More than 20 million people are under flood watches heading into the weekend.

'Prolonged heavy rainfall rates associated with training showers and thunderstorms may also lead to flash flooding throughout much of the Mid-Mississippi and Ohio Valleys stretching eastward into the Mid-Atlantic,' the Weather Prediction Center said Friday morning.

The Storm Prediction Center also issued a tornado warning for more than eight million people across southwest Virginia, eastern Tennessee, Louisiana, North and South Carolina and northern Georgia.

Severe destruction has been reported across the US in recent days, including a 55mph tornado confirmed Saturday in Reidland, Kentucky.

Wind gusts also led to the death of a man in Talladega County, Alabama Friday after a tree fell on 70-year-old Allen Cooley's truck with him inside.

Up to a foot of snow may be experienced on both US coasts throughout the coming days, as New York and New England are predicted between six and 12 inches while the West Coast continues to suffer heavy snowfall.

Freezing rain and sleet is also expected to hammer New England and the surrounding areas, which has already seen golf-ball sized hail hit several states.

In California, residents in the San Bernadino Mountains have been trapped for more than a week after 17 feet of snow fell in the area.

Sheriff Shannon Dicus warned the public to 'stay out of the local mountains' as deputies are still tirelessly working to save those trapped in the conditions.

California Governor Gavin Newsom has declared a state of emergency to help with the recovery, with supplies in the area reportedly running low in the state by mid-week.

'There are roofs collapsing everywhere, people are needing assistance and rescues. All of the stores are running low on food and water supplies. The gas stations barely have any gas,' Lake Arrowhead resident Miyah Nelson told KTLA.

'We need our roads cleared so that way people can get out of their homes. They're all trapped.'

An avalanche struck an apartment building in the area around 7pm on Tuesday, according to the Sierra Sun, and numerous pictures from across the state showed people snowed in with walls of white climbing above doors and up to second-story windows.