Skip to comments.Wildfire, Tornado, and Blizzard All in One Night, in One 50-mile Area
Posted on 04/09/2013 4:40:18 AM PDT by TSA-Watch
A wildfire due to extreme drought, a possible tornado touchdown and a blizzard warning all within a 50 mile radius -- the weather in northeast Colorado must have gone crazy overnight.
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God is telling Colorado something - Get right with God or get your behind left with Obama.
I was thinking along the same lines. I’m not a bible reader (like I should be) but doesn’t it tell of events like this?
Ya, well 12 miles South of downtown Denver we got almost an INCH of snow...
Why should this be such a big deal? These kinds of weather phenomenon are illustrative of the extreme wilderness in nature. Dense forest, jungles, deserts, mountainous regions, oceanic, geologic, meteorologic, meteoric, inhabitants of Earth and their creations are all a part of it.
That people should be so surprised when the wilderness of natural events do not meet their expectations is amusing to me.
It rains (wildfire-tornado-blizzard) on the just and unjust alike.
Not just Colorado, God has dimmed the Sun to one of the lowest sunspot cycles in history and alerting all deviants that worse might be coming if they do not turn back to normal.
Atmosphere shrinks, gets more dense and weather patterns get more extreme. No SUVs or Algore nuts can do notin’ about it, but pray and return to God.
From Golden: Yesterday I walked with our landscaper admiring the tulip and other flowers whose bulbs were planted last autumn. I fired up the bar-b-que at 4:30 PM. By 5:30 PM the temperature dropped 15 degrees. The wind was so strong I had to brace on a railing to reach the food on the grill.
This morning the tulips are peeking through 6 inches of wet snow. They will be alright. This happens every year.
(Oldie but a goodie)