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Extreme WeatherWhat the Bible Reveals Part 1
WTV 006: Extreme Weatherâ€”What the BibleReveals! (Part 1) What is wrong with the weatheré People theworld over are recognizing that extreme weather is becoming normal. Today's storms are moreintense and more frequentâ€”and more widespread. Nature is exploding with violent weatherâ€”droughts,floods, hurricanes, tornadoes, storms and wildfiresâ€”all of which are causing increasingdeath tolls and financial loss. Disastrous weather worldwide has caused many to ask,What is happeningéâ€”Why so much bad weatheré What, if anything, is behind these eventséAre they acts of God, cycles of nature or mistakes of mané What does the Bible sayéThis twopart series reveals shocking answers!
The World to Come. The Restored Church ofGod presents David C. Pack. Author of 80 books and booklets. Editorinchief of The RealTruth magazine. Read by countless and growing numbers in every nation and territory of theworld. In a violent age full of war, famine, pollution, disease, disasters and economicuncertainty, and everworsening bad news. Answering life's greatest questions straightfrom the Bible, and announcing the wonderful good news of the World to Come. And now, DavidC. Pack. The last 20 years have produced many moresevere weather events than any other period since recordkeeping began in 1880. Seeminglyevery week, reports around the world announce
the â€œhottest summer everâ€� or the â€œworstflood ever,â€� or the â€œworst fires ever.â€� Experts blame climate changeâ€”or global warmingâ€”butmore and more are unsure of the causes behind this increase in catastrophic weather events.2011 saw a devastating earthquake and tsunami strike Japan, along with many other naturaldisasters around the world. Consider just the summer and fall in the United Statesâ€”anunprecedented 5.8 earthquake near Washington, D.C.â€”a swarm of 800 tornadoes across theMidwest that killed hundredsâ€”an historic drought in Texasâ€”wildfires across Arizonaand New Mexico, but also Texasâ€”the enormous Mississippi River flood, and another on theMissouri River, with others on California
riversâ€”a giant October snowstorm in theNortheast. The list is nearly endless. While weather disasters have always occurred,try to remember when so many have happened in such rapid succession. One source declares:â€œâ€˜Unprecedented extreme weather and climate events' look likely in coming decades asa result of a changing climateâ€¦The IPCC report's projection for the next century:Worse heat waves worldwide are â€˜very likely,' â€˜Medium confidence' exists that droughtswill worsen across southern North America, the Mediterranean and elsewhere, and â€˜Highconfidence' exists that economic losses from weather disasters are increasingâ€¦In2011, there have been 14 billiondollar U.S.
weather disastersâ€¦shattering the previousrecord of 9 set in 2008. Normally, the U.S. sees 3 to 4 of these events per year. Tornadoes,hurricanes and floods in these 14 disasters killed more than 600 peopleâ€¦â€�Meteorologists have noticed something strange is occurring: â€œNo question about it: thishas been a wild weather year so far in the United States, with record rains, droughts,wildfires and tornadoes.â€� Another report said, â€œThis is the first time an earthquakeand a hurricane Irene in the same week has forced east coast residents to evacuate buildings.â€�Across America, abnormally devastating weatherâ€”deadlier storms, multistate flooding, excessive drought,and hardertocontrol wildfiresâ€”are wreaking
havoc on the economy and lives of millionsof people. Those who survive must pick up the pieces of shattered livesâ€”homes destroyedor ruinedâ€”businesses destroyedâ€”livelihoods goneâ€”loved ones dying, with some never found.In an instant, people can lose everything, including their lives! But the damage is farmore than just death and destruction of property. Entire economies can be affectedâ€”citiescan be erased! (TURN 1) In other parts of the world, unstable weathercomes with the Pacific pattern called El Nino, which brings wet weather that saturates theground and results in flooding in some places and droughts in others. Consider: â€œA strongEl Nino plays havoc with weather from Indonesia
Tamaras Monday NorCal Weather Forecast 100316
KIDS TO SCHOOL IN THE HIGH COUNTRY, THAT'S GOING TO BE A CONCERN THIS MORNING. NEXT CONCERN FOR TODAY IS MORE RAIN SHOWERS APPROACHING THE NORTHERN COAST AND THAT BATCH OF MOISTURE WILL
MOVE IN AS WE GO THROUGHOUT THE AFTERNOON TODAY. SO ON THE RADAR, SATELLITE VIEW, WE'LL SEE AN INCREASE IN CLOUDS THROUGH MUCH OF THE MORNING AND THEN ISOLATED SCATTERED SHOWERS EXPECTED IN THROUGH THE
AFTERNOON. I THINK THAT THE MORNING PLAYBYPLAY FORECAST WISE IS GOING TO BE PRETTY QUIET. AGAIN, WITH OCCASIONAL HIGH CLOUD AIDES DRIFTING IN. THEN YOU CAN SEE SHOWER AIDES
MOVING THROUGH AS WE GO THROUGH LATE MORNING AND THEN INTO THE AFTERNOON. THIS IS 4:00 P.M. ON FUTURE CAST. CLOUDY OVERCAST SKIES EXPECTED WITH OCCASIONAL SPRINKLES ANDOR
SHOWERS. I DON'T THINK THE RAIN IS GOING TO MEASURE UP LIKE IT DID YESTERDAY AND THEN BY TOMORROW MORNING WE'RE STILL LOOKING AT CLOUDY OVERCAST SKIES.
TODAY IN THE SIERRA, LINGERING SNOW SHOWERS. EXPECTING NO ACCUMULATION. HIGHER SNOW LEVELS TODAY ABOVE 7,000 FEET. 53 IN ARNOLD TODAY WITH