July 8, 2019
Flash flood warnings in Prince George County, Frederick, Montgomery, Gaithersburg, Bethesda, Potomac and surrounding areas of Maryland, District of Columbia and Alexandria, Fairfax, Virginia / NOVA.
2.1 inches of rain reported in area since 7:45AM. 4.2 inches of rain in Clarksburg MD, 3.5 of that measurement in just 45 minutes. Over a dozen inland water rescues during DC-area rush hour, commuters stranded in high water. Started just before 8AM in the western area of Montgomery County, speading out to the 270 Corridor. A very active Condition Red Emergency scenario with all hospitals on Code Blue. The Montgomery County police chief says that this entire area is on disaster alert. Lightning, heavy rainfall, high winds, hail all moving south to north with a trend from the east to a westerly direction.
Flash flood emergency in Washington DC Metro Area active at 9:30AM. Five foot emergency of water inundation in DC.
At 12:50PM, cars sare completely submerged in the DC metro suburb of Riverton, MD.
Between noon and 1PM 3.41 inches of rain fell in just the last hour.
Rainfall so heavy that wipers can’t keep up; accidents occurring due to inability of drivers to see even at lowered driving speeds.
Ocean temperatures are 10-15 degrees above normal.
“Can you say without caveat that this is called by global warming” a producer asks the weather channel meteoroligist, a presumed degreed expert in climatology. His answer? Yes, this indicates that the climate is trending toward warmer ranges and more extreme weather. He says that the sun’s energy is hotter and warming the earth more. Alaska is seeing temps in the 90’s and no one has air conditioning there.
Torrential rain and severe hail in Italy.
Strong ocean waves all over the earth, disrupting ship traffic including resort and cruise ship activities in crowded shore areas and resorts.
Is there any surprise that the deluge in the MD/DC/VA area happened during the morning commuter rush hour on a Monday morning? NO. They MAXIMIZE ETHERIC HUMAN ENERGY DAMAGE THIS WAY, choosing a time to hurt the most people possible.
A tornado flipped cars in New Jersey, with 85MPH+ winds.
They are still calling this a tropical storm summer. Ha. s
The Weather Channel keeps lying, saying we typically see storms over history with perhaps two large storms before the month of August, with data tracked since the 1800’s. NOW the anchorwoman says that the last five years of data show the trend for violent storms.
The female meteorologist says that a storm like this is once every 100 years. A male anchor said on the 4th while I was watching the earthquake coverage from California says we live in terrifying times. Beaches closed due to toxic algae blooms and seaweed overruns…
Last image: “85% chance it will develope into an entity, and it is going to move toward the west”, the Weather Channel people said.
Of course. It’s The Grand Crossing of The Destroyer.