World Predictions 5-16-19

I had a visual of people being introduced on a stage. There was a large audience in the background, then there was a large explosion next to or around the stage, the visual quickly shifted to blackness preventing me from seeing the after effects. “Demo”  I could here someone say Julie at the beginning of the visual.

“Right now a plot unfolds to kill the presidents enemies.”

Multiple times I have picked up a feeling that a large quake is about to unfold. I feel an unease on the ground beneath me.

“This summer an epic heat wave arrives like no other.”

“Humanity the destructive force of climate change is at your doorstep” 

We do have the China earthquake prediction that is expected in a mid month time frame.  Demo could be Democrats? I am a bit confused if the first two messages are related or separate. 

467 thoughts on “World Predictions 5-16-19

  1. “Demo” is a short form for many different things: (1) destruction of something by explosives, (2) in music, a brief or new recording, usually by unknown artist, (3) a “demonstration” as in “showing how to do something” or a test of an item, or (4) a short (but not commomly used expression) for a “demonstration” by people for or against a person, group, or action.
    “Julie” as a name is of French origin. There are several fairly well-known personages with this name who are newscasters or reporters, and many models, singers, & actresses.

    1. Since Eric’s visual started out as a stage, “demo” seems like it could be referring to music or a demonstration/speech of some kind.

    1. Nevermind. This prediction already happened, was about the Manchester arena terrorist attack.

    1. A magnitude 4.5 or 4.6 was felt in Israel yesterday as well. Epicenter was in the Mediterranean….but was felt all the way in Jerusalem….the people in the Mosque said they felt the building shaking. (Oddly enough, yesterday marked the first day of the first year after the 70 year nation anniversary.)
      But…earthquakes are increasing….and….weather patterns are changing….but all these things may have something to do with magnetic north polar shift…which is erratically, but steadily, moving away from Canada and towards Siberia. (Rapidly….if one considers past movement). This can be accounted for by either external magnetic solar system changes, or changes which would also affect lessening of strength of magnetic core flow deep under Canada’s surface. At any rate, these changes also affect tectonic plate movements and volcanic activity as well…..all over the earth….like a “house of cards”….

  2. Eric,
    Who are the people plotting to harm trumps enemies? Are they people in government? Do you see them being successful? I assume you are talking about US President? Disturbing. Thanks for all you do!

    1. Mary, (and Eric)…..I noticed the word “president’s” was not capitalized….? Am wondering, why one would assume it is the President of the United States?just one example…. Maduro has already begun to arrest and jail….and who knows what else?….to his political enemies. Just the other day, a person in their “congress” who does not agree with Maduro regieme was hauled away to jail. This is just the beginning.
      Am wondering if this could be applicable to another country.
      In this country, it looks as though President Trump and associates are responding to critics through the legal process–think new investigations are turning up some very questionable issues….and the news is coming out that there will soon be serious legal troubles for many of those who actually conspired to “take down” this president since before the 2016 election. This goes all the way back to prior to election–so–if USA–“which president?” is a valid question.

      1. The capitalization (or lack thereof) of “president” is immaterial.

        The word is properly capitalized only when used with a full name or surname (President Joe Doe, President Doe) or when formally referring to “the Office of the President of X.”

    2. Mary – Reminds me of the Trump supporter in Florida who had a van with all bunch of pictures of Democratic politicians with crosshairs over their faces and who also sent fake pipe bombs to all of the politicians who Trump/Faux News had attacked and the politicians who had been outspoken against Trump. Also reminds me of that white supremacist Coast Guard Trump supporter who had a Democratic/media kill list he was plotting to carry out.

      1. Dan,
        I guess my mind travelled to sinister forces in government, which I do think exists. There isn’t faux news regarding trump; he created the idea of fake news and repeats it constantly so much so that people start to believe it. Our country is divided because of that and other reasons. Netanyahu in Israel practices the same playbook. And they are buddies. I ask daily for clarity for our country and that peaceful times will return.

  3. Eric when you say people were being introduced on a stage- did it feel like a debate stage?

    1. Steve, you did notice the photograph and location in the article, right? The fact is, that there are several major countries in that area that utilize coal as their major source of energy WITHOUT emmission controls. You can go to any city in that country and see people routinely wearing facemasks outside because of pollution. And…coal-fired nuclear power plants also being built at an unprecidented rate in that country. The USA is, in fact, (and in comparitive size to other nations like it) one of the LOWEST producers of CO2 in
      the world. One of the reasons is because we transitioned from utilizing coal as a standard household furnace fuel (1950’s) to oil and gas. But also…the stringent emmission controls on those electrical producing facilities that DO use it. We have one near here…and the air here is CLEAN! The unwillingness of the other major countries in the world who utilize coal to curb emmissions is the leading cause of this increase. Just because the “fuel industry” predicted it, does not mean they were complicit. The country that is the worst offender, uses its own resources. The USA has BY AN ENORMOUS PERCENTAGE the largest untapped reserves of coal in the world.

      1. CO2 is CO2. Whether from coal, gas or petroleum, the pollutants are increasing at an alarming rate. If we want to continue burning coal for power generation, gas as a heating alternative, fly planes or drive cars at a beyond critical lever of CO2 production, we have to increase the absorption of said pollutant gasses.
        Other than the prohibition of the destruction of ALL trees in the world, what is the alternative? The oceans are no longer absorbing CO2, they are releasing it.
        I am a coward. I can’t tell you what Spirit has told me will be out status in twenty years onwards from now … and I would hate to be in Eric’s shoes for what he either knows now, or will be told in the not too distant future.

      2. amatoanne — Omg! Read the article’s title and you’ll quickly notice how the photograph of a Chinese steel mill is irrelevant to the article because the 1982 Exxon prediction was about how high GLOBAL CARBON EMISSIONS would be today due to humans burning fossil fuels – aka: coal, oil and gas.

        Unlike what you did, the article and the 1982 Exxon prediction didn’t focus on any one country being the biggest polluter at one particular time or focus on any type of fossil fuel being used or done away with by certain countries at any particular time. Why? Because it didn’t matter since the continued use of fossil fuels globally – no matter what kind – by humans still raises CO2 levels.

        You do realize that just like coal, oil and gas are fossil fuels too and aren’t clean energies either, right?

      3. amatoanne – You obviously didn’t notice how the photograph and location in the article wasn’t important since the 1982 Exxon prediction was about GLOBAL CARBON EMISSIONS – i.e. every carbon-emitting country around the world. The type of fossil fuel was also irrelevant and not a point they ever made because all fossil fuels increase CO2 levels if burned over time.

  4. There is a prediction about Mike Pence being unconscious after getting attacked on stage, however I am not sure that prediction matches with this one; to be fair though, I’m sure there are people out there who consider Pence to be one of the president’s enemies too.

  5. Having been married to someone who retired as an Explosive Ordnance Disposal Specialist in the Military… the first thing I think of is “explosive ordnance”. “Demo” a military phrase for demolition. Heard it many times over the years. It would make total sense to me for Trump and those around him to want to take down his “enemies”. I also wonder if it’s referencing some type of Political Rally or Military Ceremony.

  6. “Julie Chavez Rodriguez, the activist and granddaughter of the legendary labor leader Cesar “Chavez, is working on the campaign of Senator Kamala Harris.”

    Senator Kamala Harris will host an organizing event for her Presidential campaign at Los Angeles Southwest College on Sunday, May 19.
    Doors open at 2:30pm PST & event program begins at 3:00PM PST.
    Eric …. this is Senator Kamala Harris Email for the Event :

  7. Another Psychic says there will be a lot of earthquakes, then the big one. Connected to where the 70’s Rockford Files TV Show was Filmed.

  8. Eric,
    Ref:::Humanity the destructive force of climate change is at your doorstep”


    China 🇨🇳
    Crop destroying pest enters China amid devasting swine fever epidemic.

    The moth originated in the tropical regions of Central America and has since spread throughout the Americas. It is a warm-weather species.

    In the United States, it thrives in the hot, humid southern regions. Farmers in Florida, Georgia, Alabama, Texas and California must contend with the insect year-round.

  9. Julianne Hough from Dancing With The Stars,is doing a summer tour.They are already touring.Thats the only “Julie” Incan think of at the moment.

    Also,Thomas Rhett is performing tomorrow night outside Seattle.

  10. Was this an indoor stage or outdoor?
    People being introduced sounds like a debate stage or perhaps a campaign stage.

  11. Eric, tonight (May 18) is the Eurovision final. In Tel Aviv. Fighting has been escalating in Israel and I’m sure extremists would view the competition as a symbol of what they hate of the secular world.

      1. Huge international music competition. The Netherlands won. And nothing happened aside from some criticism of Madonna.

  12. Lol, American values baby! Like I said before: If you’re a soldier in the military, you’re better off raping and murdering women and children rather than exposing the war crimes of war criminal soldiers because you won’t get pardoned for doing the right thing by our presidents. Lol, Happy Memorial Day!

    “President Trump has requested the immediate preparation of paperwork needed to pardon several service members accused or convicted of war crimes, indicating that he plans to pardon the men around Memorial Day”

    1. One day, from his sniper nest, Chief Gallagher [pictured above] shot a girl in a flower-print hijab who was walking w/ other girls on the riverbank. She dropped, clutching her stomach, & the other girls dragged her away.

      A mass murderer according to Senior Seals: “Would order needless risks, to fire rockets at houses for no apparent reason. He routinely parked an armored truck on a Tigris River bridge & emptied the truck’s heavy machine gun into neighborhoods on twith no discernible targets.”

      Trump is also considering pardoning: Green Beret Mathew Golsteyn, accused of killing an unarmed civilian; Nicholas Slatten, Blackwater guard found guilty of shooting dozens of unarmed Iraqis; & snipers accused of defiling a dead Taliban fighter’s corpse.

      Not surprisingly, Trump is taking his cues from FoxNews & Republican congress people, who all “have portrayed them as being unfairly punished for trying to do their job.” According to the NYT as of now he plans to do this on Memorial Day. When he does these pardons, it will be unprecedented.

      Twitter on this:

      1. God, I hope that guy doesn’t get pardoned. Murdering civilians like that is a war-crime, and no one should get off easy for those crimes.

        Most people in the US military are decent, good people, and this guy brings shame on them and on decent people everywhere.

  13. My immediate sense was that the stage explosion was at a democrats’ debate. , especially with there being a debate moderator named Julie. Wouldn’t any Democratic candidate be one of the President’s enemies?

    1. This prediction could go a completely different direction, and be about a country outside of the US, for instance an attack in Venezuela against those who oppose Maduro.

  14. Eric,
    China 🇨🇳
    Event details

    Earthquake in China on May 19 2019 04:53 AM (UTC).

    As of Saturday noon, 476 people have been affected after a 5.1-magnitude earthquake jolted northeast China’s Jilin Province, local authorities said. Around 167 households were damaged due to the quake in Ningjiang District of the city of Songyuan, among which 33 households suffered from serious house damages. 75 people have been relocated and no casualties or injuries have been reported. The earthquake has caused direct economic loss of over 3 million yuan (around 435,600 U.S. dollars). The first batch of disaster-relief supplies have reached the quake-afflicted region at 2:00 p.m. Saturday with other emergency efforts underway, the city’s office of emergency management said. The earthquake hit at 6:24 a.m. Saturday, according to the China Earthquake Networks Center (CENC). The epicenter was monitored at 45.3 degrees north latitude and 124.75 degrees east longitude. The quake struck at a depth of 10 km, the center said in a statement.

  15. Eric,
    Ref:::Humanity the destructive force of climate change is at your doorstep”

    Argentina 🇦🇷
    Crops destroyed or damaged
    Severe floods affecting Argentinan province of Santiago del Estero this month affected around 600 000 hectares (1 480 000 acres) of crops and caused at least 700 people to evacuate.
    In a recently released report, the National Institute of Agricultural Technology estimated there are 600 000 ha (1 480 000 acres) of crops affected by heavy rain and flooded roads, which interrupted the harvest of soy, corn and alfalfa crops.

    In some areas, crops were under 40 cm (15.7 inches) of water, so owners decided to abandon them.

  16. Eric,SWC

    Australia 🇦🇺
    Worst drought in 116 years..

    The worst drought in more than a century is affecting parts of Australia, causing severe grain shortage in what is usually an outstanding surplus producing country.

    The condition resulted in a significant shipment of wheat from Canada, approved on May 9 and expected to arrive in the next 6 to 8 weeks, according to the Australian Department of Agriculture and Water Resources.

  17. Eric can you give us any clues to who or what group would be doing the plotting for the, “killing Trumps enemies”, part of the prediction?
    Maybe we could pin the person or group of people down if we had more info.

  18. Eric could this old prediction about the bridge attack in the area of Nancy Pelosi, (San Francisco’s 12th District) be related?
    The Democratic Party State Convention is being held at the Moscone Center, Friday 31 May – 2 June. It’s in the same area as the Bay Bridge and where Nancy Pelosi’s SF 12th District Office is. There will be multiple Democratic candidates attending and multiple caucuses there as well. The CA Young Democrats (CYD) will be joining the event also.

    1. Thanks for the link Cal. It’s pretty sad when this is such a serious issue for all of humanity. More and more lately I’m seeing all decency, truth, good judgment and morals thrown right out the window due to greed and power.

  19. Eric,

    New Kids on The Block,is doing a summer tour with 4 other acts.
    I know you said somewhere,there was someone introducing 3 acts?

  20. Eric,SWC,
    Ref::::Humanity the destructive force of climate change is at your doorstep”

    Salmon industry on verge of collapse…

    A sudden surge in algae has killed at least eight million salmon in one week across Norwegian fish farms, the state-owned Norwegian Seafood Council has said.
    The enormous algal blooms, due to recent warm weather, have spread rapidly around Norway’s northern coast, sticking to fishes’ gills and suffocating them.
    Wild fish can swim away from the lethal clouds of aquatic organisms, but farmed fish are trapped. The algae are continuing to spread, the Norwegian Directorate of Fisheries said.

  21. Eric,SWC,
    Ref:::This summer an epic heat wave arrives like no other.”

    Extreme heat…
    A special weather statement was issued by the NWS in Atlanta, Georgia, advising of unseasonably high temperatures, specifically highs of 96 on Sunday and Monday and continuing through the middle of next week.

    “The chance for precipitation will remain virtually nil,” the weather service in Atlanta said.

    “Please take extra precautions for the heat by remaining hydrated, avoiding prolonged exposure to the sun, and limiting strenuous activities when spending time outdoors,” the NWS in Atlanta said in their statement.

  22. “Demo” – Democrat
    “Julie” – July
    July 14, 2019 – Iowa Democrat Corn Feed (party convention expecting thousands to attend)
    Bomb at stage – Most likely, some form of attack during get together…

  23. Eric,SWC,
    Ref::::This summer an epic heat wave arrives like no other.”

    Israel 🇮🇱
    Severe Heatwave
    Severe heatwave, record-breaking in parts of the country, is affecting Israel over the past couple of days, along with numerous devastating wildfires in multiple locations across the country.

    Central Israel has been severely affected by forest fires in the last 24 hours, with up to 500 ha (1 235 acres) burned and 15 villages and small towns evacuated.

    The majority of wildfires are raging in areas between Jerusalem and Tel Aviv, where temperatures are approximately 43.5 °C (110.3 °F).

    Firefighters are battling the blazes since Thursday, May 23, TV7 Israel News reports:

  24. Eric
    Ref:::This summer an epic heat wave arrives like no other.”

    Japan 🇯🇵
    Heat wave
    Event details

    Heat Wave in Japan on May 24 2019 06:26 AM (UTC).

    Unseasonably hot weather continued across Japan on Friday, with temperatures rising above 30 degrees Celsius in some areas before noon. Weather officials are urging people to take precautions against heatstroke. They say temperatures reached 30.9 degrees in Oita Prefecture, southwestern Japan, 29.3 degrees in Tokyo and 29.1 degrees in Kyoto. The officials are forecasting daytime highs of 31 degrees in Tokyo and Fukuoka, and 30 degrees in Osaka. Temperatures are expected to rise above 35 degrees in some parts of western, eastern and northern Japan on Sunday. The unusually hot weather is expected to continue until Monday.

  25. “The demonization of carbon dioxide is just like the demonization of the poor Jews under Hitler,” said William Happer.

    Happer is a member of Trump’s National Security Council, advising on climate change and emerging technologies.

    When politics and science collide, the Trump administration is trying to change the science.

    “Trump Administration Hardens It’s Attack on Climate Science”

  26. Eric,
    Ref:::Humanity the destructive force of climate change is at your doorstep”

    Southern Alaska
    The southernmost portion of Southeast Alaska, the state’s wettest region, including Ketchikan, Prince of Wales Island, Wrangell and Metlakatla, has been in a drought for the last two years. Last week, though, the drought was updated to a D3, or “extreme” drought, the second-highest category the U.S. Drought Monitor measures. It’s the first time those conditions have ever been recorded in A

  27. Eric,SWC,
    Ref::Humanity the destructive force of climate change is at your doorstep”

    Shorter planting seasons. ..
    Commodity prices rising…
    Catastrophic floods affecting the United States since mid-March 2019 are resulting in what experts are calling historically delayed planting season. The situation is already having a big impact on commodity prices but the full extent will be known by the end of the year and into 2020 planting season.

  28. Eric,SWC ( Spiritual warrior Clan)
    Canada 🇨🇦
    Ref:::“Humanity the destructive force of climate change is at your doorstep”

    Canada 🇨🇦 Alberta
    High level Wildfires..
    Out of control
    Over 740 thousand acres…

  29. Ignorance is bliss:

    “White House officials barred a State Department intelligence staffer from submitting written testimony this week to the House Intelligence Committee warning that human-caused climate change could be “possibly catastrophic,” WaPo reports.”

  30. Eric,
    Ref:::This summer an epic heat wave arrives like no other.”

    Too hot for trains 🚂
    Event details

    Critical Infrastructure Disruption in USA on June 11 2019 07:02 AM (UTC).

    On the third day of a record-breaking heat wave, even the Bay Area’s public transportation systems were struggling to adapt. During the Monday evening commute, some BART trains were running nearly 40 minutes behind schedule. “We’ve had a lot of mechanical problems – our BART trains don’t like the extreme weather,” a BART communications specialist said Monday. Heat restrictions also caused serious delays for Caltrain riders. Caltrain began operating under “level one” heat restrictions Monday afternoon, which requires that passenger trains run at or below 60 miles per hour. Monday marked the third – and hottest – day of a record-breaking heat wave in the Bay Area. Several Bay Area cities, including Salinas (101), San Jose (102), Walnut Creek (101), Martinez (100), Antioch (100), and Mountain View (100) – all had broken into triple-digit temperatures.

  31. Eric,
    Ref:::“Humanity the destructive force of climate change is at your doorstep

    Too much water…no planting of crops..?
    The constant rains this spring are leaving some Ohio farmers wondering whether they’ll be able to plant any crops this year.

    Just one-third of Ohio’s corn crop had been planted as of a week ago. In normal years, farmers in the state would have nearly all of their corn fields planted.

  32. Eric,
    Ref:::This summer an epic heat wave arrives like no other.”

    India 🇮🇳
    Mega Heatwave
    Dozens dead..
    Dozens of people are reported to have died in a heatwave across India that has seen temperatures reaching more than 50°C (122°F).

    This has culminated with Delhi, a city of 26 million, experiencing its all-time highest temperature on Monday at 48ºC (118ºF), still easily lethal if, like most of India’s population, you lack access to air conditioning.

    note :::streets melting..

  33. Eric,
    Ref:::Humanity the destructive force of climate change is at your doorstep”

    African swine fever outbreak out of control.
    A deadly pig virus, the “pig Ebola,” is spreading uncontrollably across huge swathes of the world in what’s become the biggest animal disease outbreak the planet has ever faced.

    Outbreaks of African swine fever have recently taken hold in pig farms across mainland China, Hong Kong, North Korea, Mongolia, and Vietnam. There have also been reports of infected wild boars in parts of Eastern and Central Europe.

  34. Eric,
    Ref:::Humanity the destructive force of climate change is at your doorstep”

    Violent hailstorms.. heavy rains. catastrophic crop damage
    Violent hailstorms swept through southeastern France on June 15 and 16, 2019, causing significant infrastructural and agricultural damage. One person was killed in the town of Taninges, Haute-Savoie department of Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes region.

    The storm brought winds in excess of 100 km/h (62 mph), heavy rain and large hail, causing widespread and, in many cases, catastrophic damage.

    The epicenter of the sudden storm which struck Saturday afternoon, June 15, was at Romas-sur-Isere where streets quickly transformed into raging rivers.

    Farmers reported hail the size of golf balls and up to tennis balls decimated their orchards and vineyards. In some cases, entire harvests were destroyed.

  35. Eric,
    Ref:::This summer an epic heat wave arrives like no other.”

    India 🇮🇳
    Severe Heat wave…70 dead in 24 hrs..
    Severe heatwave conditions affecting Bihar, India claimed the lives of at least 70 people over the past 24 hours, state authorities reported June 17, 2019.

    Temperatures across the state are reaching 45 °C (113 °F) for the third straight week and above 50 °C (122 °F) in the desert state of Rajasthan.

  36. “Humanity the destructive force of climate change is at your doorstep”

    “US air quality is slipping after years of improvement”

    “There were 15% more days with unhealthy air in America both last year and the year before than there were on average from 2013 through 2016, the four years when America had its fewest number of those days since at least 1980.”

  37. “Trump EPA close to gutting Obama rule on coal power plants”

    Burning of fossil fuels for electricity, transportation and heat is the main human source of heat-trapping carbon emissions

    The Trump administration is close to completing one of its biggest rollbacks of environmental rules, replacing a landmark Obama-era effort that sought to wean the nation’s electrical grid off coal-fired power plants and their climate-damaging pollution

  38. Eric,

    Ref::Humanity the destructive force of climate change is at your doorstep”

    Rare giant hail
    2019 storm season brought unusually strong thunderstorms, out-of-season windstorms and very large/violent/destructive hailstorms to much of Europe. Very rare giant hail was reported on several occasions, inflicting heavy damage.

  39. Eric,

    China 🇨🇳
    At least 88 people have died and 17 are still missing as a result of severe floods and landslides affecting parts of southwest China since last week.

    The worst affected are provinces of Jiangxi, Guangxi, Guizhou, Zhejiang, Fujian, Hunan, Guangdong and Chongqing.

    According to official sources, 88 people have been killed, up from 61 on June 14, and 18 are still missing.

    388 000 are displaced and over 6 million affected.

    At least 17 000 homes were destroyed and 82 000 damaged.

    5 060 people were rescued and more than 14 000 evacuated, according to data provided by DG ECHO.

  40. Eric,SWC,

    Ref:::Humanity the destructive force of climate change is at your doorstep”

    Turbulent storms..floods…giant hail…Lightning storms.


    Intense heat is forecast across much of Continental Europe over the coming days.
    Temperatures are expected to peak at close to 40°C on Thursday in Paris.
    And it is unclear how long this heat wave will last.
    June is typically a month of gentle warmth in Europe, marking the beginning of summer.
    However, this year’s June has been anything but gentle.
    There have been turbulent storms, floods, giant hailstone showers and lightning – and sometimes all during the same day.
    And now the thermometer is set to dramatically shoot up with an abnormally early heatwave forecast for next week.

  41. Eric,
    Ref:::Humanity the destructive force of climate change is at your doorstep”

    Snowfall in June
    Snow began falling above 2 100 m (7 000 feet) just west of Denver, Colorado on Friday, June 21, 2019, accumulating to nearly 51 cm (20 inches) over the weekend and boosting the state’s snowpack to extraordinary levels for the time of year.

    Although the state’s snowpack was off the charts – 751% above normal – even before heavy snowfall on the first day of summer, the event was just a continuation of the extra snowy year since January.

  42. Eric,
    Ref:::Humanity the destructive force of climate change is at your doorstep”

    Serbia 🇷🇸
    One months worth if rain in 45 minutes

    Torrential rainfall hit Serbian capital Belgrade on Sunday, June 23, 2019, submerging parts of the metropolis and creating traffic chaos. This is its third such event in just 7 days.

    The worst affected were areas left of River Danube where meteorological stations registered 100 mm (3.9 inches) of rain within 45 minutes – approximately 1 month worth of June rain.

    Roads and homes were flooded across the capital, kindergartens and commercial buildings closed.

  43. Eric,
    Ref:::::Humanity the destructive force of climate change is at your doorstep”

    India 🇮🇳
    Water crisis..80 % of reservoirs below normal storage
    84% of the meteorological subdivisions in India have recorded below normal rainfall this season, leading to the acute water crisis.

    According to data provided by the Central Water Commission, of the 91 major reservoirs in the country, 80% have storage below normal. Of these, 11 have 0% storage, making the water crisis acute.

    While the official rainfall season starts on June 1 and lasts through September 30, the overall monsoon deficiency until June 22 still remains around 39%.

    Of the 36 meteorological subdivisions, 25% have recorded “deficient” rainfall, while 6 subdivisions recorded precipitation classified under the ‘large deficient’ category.

  44. Eric,SWC,
    Japan 🇯🇵
    Record rain
    “Humanity the destructive force of climate change is at your doorstep

    6 000 residents were placed under evacuation orders on July 1 in Ichikikushikino, Kagoshima Prefecture, and 1.21 million in Miyazaki, Kumamoto and Kagoshima prefectures under an evacuation advisory.

    Excessive rainfall has already caused large landslides and disrupted traffic.

    One 78-year old woman was killed when her home was hit by a landslide in Honjo town in Kagoshima prefecture.

    Train services in Kyushu were suspended and expressway sections on the island were closed.

    JMA is calling for people to be on their guard against landslides, flooding in low-lying areas, lightning and other extreme weather in the days ahead.

  45. Eric,
    Ref:::Humanity the destructive force of climate change is at your doorstep”

    China 🇨🇳
    Rare tornado
    A large tornado hit China’s northeastern city of Kaiyuan, Liaoning Province at 17:15 LT (09:15 UTC) on July 3, 2019, killing 6 people and injuring at least 190. Provincial weather authorities said tornadoes in this region are rare.

  46. Eric,SWC,
    Record low Netherlands 🇳🇱
    The temperature at the former Twente airbase in the eastern Netherlands dropped to -1.6 °C (29.1 °F) overnight July 4, 2019, setting a new low-temperature record for the month of July and greeting residents with fresh summer frost.

  47. Eric,
    Ref:::“Humanity the destructive force of climate change is at your doorstep”

    Alaska wildfires
    Alaskans can take a peek out the window this week to catch a glimpse of climate change. It seems the entire state is on fire, and those fires are burning up land at a pace far beyond that of 2004, the previous record-setting year.

    Here are the stats:

    Wildfires in Alaska have burned more than 1.25 million acres so far this year. That’s an area 32 times the size of Washington, D.C.
    3,343 firefighters are currently working in Alaska. That’s one-third of all the wildland firefighters currently tasked in the United States.
    85 percent of the area burned nationwide this year by wildfire has been in Alaska.

  48. Eric,SWC,
    Humanity the destructive force of climate change is at your doorstep”

    See. Canada 🇨🇦

    tornado hits Quebec…
    A confirmed F1 tornado swept through the town of Saint-Roch-de-l’Achigan, about 50 km (31 miles) north of Montreal, Quebec, Canada on July 11, 2019.

    The twister touched down at about 18:30 LT and was about 200 m (656 yards) in diameter.

  49. Eric,SWC,
    Ref:::Humanity the destructive force of climate change is at your doorstep”

    Greece 🇬🇷
    6 killed and more than 100 injured as very strong winds, tornadoes and violent hailstorms hit Greece

    Very strong winds, tornadoes and violent hailstorms hit northern Greece late Wednesday, July 10, 2019 (local time). Such severe weather is extremely unusual in Greece for this time of year, meteorologist Klearxos Marousakis said.

  50. Eric,

    Ref:::This summer an epic heat wave arrives like no other.”

    Egypt 🇪🇬

    (RSOE report)
    Heat Wave in Egypt on July 17 2019 05:21 PM (UTC).

    Several Egyptian governorates declared on Wednesday a state of emergency due to increasing temperatures. Governing bodies requested increased levels of readiness in hospitals with the expectation that individuals will be affected by sunstroke and heat stress. Aswan Governor Ahmed Ibrahim requested increased levels of readiness in hospitals and health centers, particularly in fever wards and emergency rooms as well as in departments for chest issues and ophthalmology. Undersecretary of the Ministry of Health Ehab Hanafy said that the governorate coordinated with directors of hospitals for the implementation of a comprehensive plan aiming to combat summer illnesses, clarifying that all health departments were ready to receive patients suffering from sunstroke, fever or chest problems. He said that the ministry provided hospitals and health centers with medicines, medical devices and qualified physicians to deal with urgent cases as soon as possible. He added that the ministry intensified educational seminars and awareness campaigns advertised across social media to introduce citizens to precautionary measures that will help them avoid diseases related to increasing temperatures. Meteorologists predicted a gradual increase in Egypt’s temperatures starting Thursday. Maximum temperatures on Thursday for the following cities will be: 39C in Alexandria, 41C in Cairo, 42C in Qena and Luxor, and 43C in Aswan. Moderate weather was predicted along the northeastern coast, with hotter weather expected for the rest of the country.

  51. Eric,SWC,
    Ref:::“This summer an epic heat wave arrives like no other.”

    “Humanity the destructive force of climate change is at your doorstep”

    Israel 🇮🇱
    Hundreds of homes were evacuated early Wednesday, July 17, 2019, as several wildfires broke out across Israel. The fires are reportedly a result of a heatwave affecting most of the country, with temperatures in some cities reaching 50 °C (122 °F).

  52. Eric,
    Ref:::Humanity the destructive force of climate change is at your doorstep”

    Bangladesh 🇧🇩
    At least 60 000 homes were washed away or damaged in 13 districts across Bangladesh after a heavy monsoon rains hit Bangladesh and neighboring countries over the past week. At least 26 people have been killed and 3 million marooned. Over the past couple of days, rivers overflowed in 122 upazilas, flooding thousands of villages.

    According to a special flood bulletin issued by the Bangladesh Water Development Board (BWDB) on Thursday, July 18, 2019, rivers Jamuna and Teesta are at levels not seen in 40 years of water level records.

  53. Eric,SWC,
    Ref:::This summer an epic heat wave arrives like no other.”

    Dangerous heat wave
    The dangerous heat wave sweeping across the Midwest and the US East Coast is linked to the deaths of at least seven people.

    The heatwave also forced the cancellation of the New York City Triathlon (first time since its start), buckled roads in South Dakota, cracked streets in Kansas and suspended about a third of NYC’s subway lines on Friday during the evening commute. OMG!

  54. Eric,SWC,
    “Humanity the destructive force of climate change is at your doorstep
    At least 32 people were killed by lightning in the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh, India, Sunday, July 21, 2019.

    Many more were also injured across the country as one of the strongest monsoon in decades has already killed 650 and affected millions of residents in South Asia.

  55. Eric,SWC,
    Ref::::Humanity the destructive force of climate change is at your doorstep”


    July 23 (UPI) — Storms are getting bigger and floods are getting worse as a result of climate change, according to a historic 120-year-old data set.(1)
    Authors of the new study — published this week in the journal Scientific Reports — warn that as temperatures increase, storms and flooding will continue to get worse, further damaging the swamps and wetlands that help protect the coast from storm surges.(2)

  56. Eric,SWC,
    China 🇨🇳
    At least 14 people have been killed and 48 others remain missing after two large landslides hit southwestern China on July 23, 2019. The main cause for the landslides is heavy rainfall, authorities said.

    According to CCTV, a landslide hit Shuicheng county of Guizhou province, burying 21 houses and leaving at least 13 people dead. 11 people were rescued and sent to the hospital while another 42 remain missing.

    Another landslide hit a village in Guizhou’s Hezhang county, killing one person and leaving 6 missing.

  57. Eric,
    Ref:::“This summer an epic heat wave arrives like no other.”

    Rails buckling due to heat..
    THUNDERSTORMS have grounded flights across London airports after a record-breaking heatwave sent the rail network into total meltdown.

    Flights have been cancelled at Heathrow, Gatwick, Stansted and Luton – with the Eurotunnel also facing delays of up to three and a half hours.

    Excerpt 2
    What we know so far:

    Flights were grounded in Heathrow, Stanstead, Gatwick, and Luton after a giant thunderstorm
    Eurotunnel stopped running leaving passengers in three and a half hour waits at Folkestone
    Earlier, services were disrupted at London Euston after passengers had to be rescued near the station
    Scorching temperatures damaged electric wires between London St Pancras and Luton, blocking all lines
    Passengers were evacuated and forced to walk near the track at West Hampstead after overheated cables sparked a fire
    London Waterloo was on lockdown after a man sprinted down the tracks when his dog ran off
    Speed limits on commuters were halved from 60mph to 30mph
    Yesterday was the hottest July day on record and the second hottest of all time
    Passengers were told to “stay at home” and “do not travel” as the UK network went into meltdown
    Passengers were left stranded in Stansted and Luton when it emerged that trains weren’t running because of the blistering heat.

  58. Eric,SWC,
    Ref:::This summer an epic heat wave arrives like no other.”

    From Europe to the Arctic, temperature records tumble in 2019
    Planet is getting hotter at a rate unparalleled in two millennia, and atmospheric CO2 levels are at their highest in 3 million years

    AFP — We may only be just over halfway through it, but 2019 has already seen temperature records smashed from Europe to the Arctic circle and could prove to be one of the hottest years ever recorded.

    Numerous studies have shown that heatwaves such as the one that baked northern Europe this week are made more likely by climate change, and as man-made greenhouse gas emissions continue to rise, 2019 fits a general warming trend.

    2nd..excerpt ✔️✔️✔️
    Three papers released this week showed that Earth’s temperature was currently warming at a rate and uniformity unparalleled in the past 2,000 years.

  59. Eric,SWC,
    Japan 🇯🇵
    Event details

    Heat Wave in Japan on July 30 2019 07:18 PM (UTC).

    Eleven people died in Japan and more than 5,600 were treated at hospitals for heat-related conditions last week due to a heatwave that swept across the island nation, the Japanese government said Tuesday. Japan’s Fire and Disaster Management Agency said the 5,664 transported to medical facilities were nearly three times as many as the 1,948 that sought treatment for the heat a week earlier. Authorities said 119 suffered severe symptoms last week. Officials said the heat-related incidents continued Monday with more than 400 treated at hospitals, most of them in Tokyo. The town of Ibigawa in Gifu Prefecture reached 98.9 degrees while the temperature at Kamaishi in Iwate Prefecture was 98.6. The Japan Meteorological Agency said Monday the rainy season in the Kanto region, which includes Tokyo and the surrounding prefectures of Kanagawa, Saitama, and Chiba has officially ended. The agency said it concluded 30 days later than last year, and eight days later than in an average year. Daytime highs this week are expected to top out at 95 degrees across the Japanese metro areas of Kyoto, Osaka, Nagoya, Hiroshima, and Fukuoka. Tokyo is expecting 93-degree temperatures. The temperatures have raised concerns about the safety of athletes and tourists who will be attending the 2020 Summer Olympic Games in Tokyo, which will run July 24-Aug 9. The Tokyo Metropolitan Government and the 2020 Games Committee said they will do everything they can to protect people from heat-related incidents.

  60. Eric,SWC
    Ref:::Humanity the destructive force of climate change is at your doorstep”

    China 🇨🇳
    Event details

    Drought in China on July 30 2019 11:45 AM (UTC).

    More than 570,000 people in central China’s Hunan Province have been affected by drought resulting from heatwaves and lack of rainfall while some areas have difficulty getting drinking water, said local authorities. As of 4:00 p.m. on Tuesday, the drought has affected a total of 571,800 people in the province and 42,600 people are in need of living assistance, among which 36,600 have difficulty accessing drinking water, according to the provincial emergency management department. About 685,000 hectares of crops have been affected, of which 79,000 hectares have been demolished, and the direct economic losses are estimated to reach 320 million yuan (about 46.48 million U.S. dollars), the department said. The local government has sent work teams to the affected areas to guide local relief work. Party committees and governments at all levels in the disaster-hit areas have actively allocated water resources to provide affected residents with emergency water supplies.

  61. Eric,SWC,
    Ref:::Humanity the destructive force of climate change is at your doorstep”
    Natural DisasterFloods
    UK, Norway, Pakistan, India and China: 5 Countries Currently Hit by Disastrous Floods
    Aug 2, 20190
    It seems that floods and floodings are currently increasing around the globe.

    After the apocalyptic midwest floods that have started in April 2019 – and that drowned millions of calves and completely obliterated the US food industry – it’s now Europe (UK and Norway) as well as Asia (Pakistan, India and China) that are mainly hit by torrential rains, flash flooding and drownings.

  62. Eric,SWC,
    (Bloomberg) — It’s dry in the Pacific Northwest, British Columbia and Alaska. Very dry.

    A contiguous stretch of over 2,000 miles of Pacific coastline is experiencing drought conditions ranging from “abnormally dry” to “extreme drought,” according to U.S. and Canadian Drought Monitors.

    While drought has receded across much of the Canadian provinces from June, and overall conditions in the lower 48 U.S. states have skirted with 20-year lows over the past two months, conditions in Ketchikan, Alaska, have been termed “severe” and Aberdeen, Washington, “exceptional”.

  63. Eric,
    Ref:::This summer an epic heat wave arrives like no other.”

    Japan 🇯🇵
    Heatwave conditions across Japan claimed lives of at least 57 people and sent 18 347 to hospitals from July 29 to August 4, 2019, the country’s Disaster Management Agency said on Tuesday, August 6.

    This is more than triple the previous week’s 5 664 and the second-highest since records began in 2008, according to the agency.

  64. Eric,SWC,
    Ref:“This summer an epic heat wave arrives like no other.”

    “Humanity the destructive force of climate change is at your doorstep”

    Droughts/ Fires
    Peru 🇵🇪 Russia 🇷🇺,Denmark,France,Spain Portugal 🇵🇹,Chile ,
    Mexico 🇲🇽 Australia 🇦🇺

    Peru is the latest country to suffer horrendous wildfires after more than 22,000 hectares (54,363 acres) of forest, protected areas and farmland in drought-stricken parts have been destroyed.

    A spate of wildfires in the past month around the planet has worried the authorities, especially a 4.3 million hectare fire in Siberia where an area larger than Denmark is ablaze.
    Since the beginning of the year, a total of 13.1 million hectares has burned in Russia’s Siberian forests, known as the ‘lungs of Europe’.
    The Siberian fires are emitting more than 166 Mt CO2 – nearly as much as 36 million cars emit per year.
    Recent wildfires in Alaska, Scandinavia and Greenland caused by abnormally warm temperatures have also caused concern
    France, Spain and Portugal have also suffered devastating fires this summer after their record-breaking heatwave.
    In February high temperatures caused massive forest fires in Chile with the government declaring a ‘state of catastrophe’.
    In May, hundreds of wildfires surrounded the outskirts of Mexico City causing a chronic air quality problem for 20 million residents.
    And in January this year, temperatures on a 20 year high in parts of Australia caused thousands of residents to evacuate from an out-of-control bushfire that is thought to have been deliberately lit

  65. Eric,SWC,

    Ref/::Humanity the destructive force of climate change is at your doorstep”

    Anomalous Weather Phenomena That Wouldn’t Be Out of Place in US South Are Happening in the Far North And That’s Pretty Scary!
    Within the past several days, weather phenomena that wouldn’t be out of place in the U.S. South happened in the far north…

    🔷Sea ice is running neck and neck with 2012 for the lowest values on record for this time of year.
    🔷Wildfires are ringing the Arctic, pouring more carbon dioxide into the air than in any comparable period in 17 years of satellite observing.
    🔷Alaska saw its hottest month by far in almost a century of recordkeeping.
    🔷And a surge of warm air with origins in last month’s record-devouring European heat wave pushed across Greenland at the end of July, melting 55 million tons of sea ice in five days. That’s an unprecedented rate in satellite records, and more than three times the average melt rate for 1981-2010.

  66. ::Humanity the destructive force of climate change is at your doorstep”

    Colorado river
    First ever cuts

    Arizona, Nevada and Mexico will be required to take less water from the Colorado River for the first time next year under a set of agreements that aim to keep enough water in Lake Mead to reduce the risk of a crash.

  67. Eric,
    Ref:::Humanity the destructive force of climate change is at your doorstep”

    The forests cover an area of 3.3 million square kilometres in several countries, including about a third in the Democratic Republic of Congo, and the rest in Gabon, Congo, Cameroon and Central Africa.

  68. Eric,

    Japan 🇯🇵
    Record rains struck Northern Kyushu on August 27 and 28, 2019, and continue to devastate parts of Southwestern Japan, killing at least 3 people and triggering evacuation orders for around 870 000 residents. 1.9 million were advised to evacuate. Parts of the region saw record hourly and 24-hour rainfall totals. The Japan Meteorological Agency said the torrential rain was at the level the region has never experienced before.​

    Authorities placed Fukuoka, Saga, and Nagasaki prefectures under Level 4 Emergency Alert due to mudslides, flooding, and raging rivers. As of August 28, 2019, at 06:30 UTC (15:30 local time), evacuations were ordered to hundreds of thousands of people following the unstable weather.

  69. Eric,
    Tropical cyclone ” Podul”
    Named Yangliu in China 🇨🇳
    Named Jenny in Philippines 🇵🇭
    Vietnam 🇻🇳
    Tropical cyclone “Podul,” named Yangliu in China and Jenny in the Philippines killed 2 and affected over 61 500 people in Central-Northern Luzon. The storm made landfall in central Vietnam early Friday and has since degraded into a tropical depression.

  70. Eric,SWC,
    Severe drought
    This is the worst ecological disaster in history of the of Mekong region.

    A severe drought that has caused water levels in Southeast Asia’s Mekong River to drop to their lowest in more than 100 years could have devastating consequences for fish, as well as the tens of millions of people living and working along the river, experts warn.

  71. Eric,SWC,
    Ref:::Humanity the destructive force of climate change is at your doorstep”

    Mexico 🇲🇽
    Tropical storm..Landfall Sept 4 th..2019
    Alerts to the mouth of Rio Grande River

    Tropical Storm “Fernand” formed in the western Gulf of Mexico at 18:00 UTC on September 3, 2019, as the 6th named storm of the 2019 Atlantic hurricane season. The storm is heading toward eastern Mexico. Tropical storm conditions are expected to first reach the coast within the warning area late tonight or early Wednesday, making outside preparations difficult or dangerous. Forecast models at the end of the report include both Fernand and Dorian.

    The Government of Mexico has issued a Tropical Storm Warning for the northeast coast of Mexico from La Pesca to Barra del Tordo and from Barra El Mezquital to the Mouth of the Rio Grande River.

  72. Eric,SWC,
    Ref:::Humanity the destructive force of climate change is at your doorstep”

    Kenya 🇰🇪

    Seven tourists died after being swept away by a flash flood in Hell’s Gate National Park, Kenya. The victims were identified as five Kenyans of Indian descent, an Indian, and their Kenyan driver. The park has then been temporarily closed.

  73. Eric,SWC,
    Ref:::Humanity the destructive force of climate change is at your doorstep”

    Tropical cyclone “Lingling” forms in Western Pacific
    Heading towards Korea peninsula.

  74. Eric,SWC,

    Ref:::Humanity the destructive force of climate change is at your doorstep”

    Morocco 🇲🇦
    Heavy rains spawn deadly floods in Khenifra, massive debris flow in Al Haouz, Morocco

  75. Eric,SWC,
    Tropical Storm “Faxai” formed in the Pacific Ocean on September 5, 2019, as the 15th named storm of the 2019 Pacific typhoon season. The system is now closing in on Japan. Landfall is expected near Tokyo on September 8, 2019.

    Faxai has undergone extreme rapid intensification over the past 24 hours, from 101 km/h (63 mph) to 194 km/h (120 mph), JTWC said 15:00 UTC on September 7, 2019.

  76. Eric,SWC,
    ref:::Humanity the destructive force of climate change is at your doorstep”

    Argentina 🇦🇷
    Severe crop damage after late frost hits parts of Argentina

    A 12-hour frost with an extremely low temperature of -10 °C (14 °F) in the southern oasis and -5 to -8 °C (23 – 17.6 °F) in the Uco Valley caused severe damage to fruit production in Argentina on September 3, 2019. Experts suggested that this was due to the very dry weather in the earlier months from June to August, which are more conducive to frost.

    The crops affected the most were almond, peach, and plum, Los Andes reports. The worst-affected farms were in Cipolletti with a temperature of -6 °C (21.2 °F), in Cinco Saltos with -9 °C (15.8 °F), and in Ingeniero Huergo with -8 °C (17.6 °F).

  77. Eric,
    Ref:::Humanity the destructive force of climate change is at your doorstep”

    Spain 🇪🇸
    A slow-moving storm system pummelled a massive area of Spain, spawning floods, hails, thunderstorms, and tornadoes on September 12, 2019. Torrential rains put Costa Blanca around Benidorm and Alicante under red weather alert and killed two in Valencia region. The storm was described as the worst in more than a century.

    ​Violent weather prompted Spain to brace for further widespread destruction as rains across the southern area were recorded the worst since 1917.

  78. Eric,
    Ref:::Humanity the destructive force of climate change is at your doorstep”

    Cambodia 🇰🇭 Laos 🇱🇦
    Tropical Storm “Podul” and Tropical Depression “Kajiki” left a wide region across several countries flooded more than a week after their passage. Flood-related fatalities have reached 7 in Cambodia and 14 in Laos on September 11, 2019.

  79. Eric,
    Ref:::“Humanity the destructive force of climate change is at your doorstep”

    A strong IOD year indicates extreme rainfall in Eastern Africa from October to December, possibly leading to millions of displaced people, the emergence of Rift Valley fever and other flood-related issues. Dry spells over Indonesia, Australia and Singapore are strongly tied to the ongoing IOD.

    2019 IOD is already similar to one of strongest IOD events in history – that of 2006 – when Eastern Africa experienced its worst floods in history, together with Central and West Africa.

  80. Eric,
    Ref:::“Humanity the destructive force of climate change is at your doorstep

    Norway 🇳🇴
    Intense weather started hitting Vestlandet (Western Norway) on September 14, 2019, with strong storms, winds, and snow all over the area.

    The extreme conditions resulted in uprooted trees, knocked down power lines, floods, and landslides.

    Up to 20 cm (7.8 inches) of snow was dumped in some parts of the mountains. Many others were also evacuated due to risks of flooding and landslides after torrential rains.

  81. Eric,
    Name of storm system Location Formed Last update Category Speed Wind Gust Course Wave Wave Source Details
    Lorena (EP15) Pacific Ocean – East September 18 2019 12:00 AM September 18 2019 05:00 PM Tropical Storm 20 km/h 93 km/h 120 km/h 325 ° 4 meters N/A JTWC

    Mario (EP14) Pacific Ocean – East September 18 2019 12:00 AM September 18 2019 05:00 PM Tropical Storm 19 km/h 93 km/h 120 km/h 310 ° 5 meters N/A JTWC

    Jerry (AL10) Atlantic Ocean September 17 2019 12:00 AM September 18 2019 05:04 PM Tropical Storm 22 km/h 83 km/h 102 km/h 290 ° 7 meters 1002 hpa NOAA NHC

    Humberto (AL09) Atlantic Ocean September 13 2019 12:00 AM September 18 2019 05:03 PM Hurricane 3 26 km/h 194 km/h 241 km/h 65 ° 7 meters 952 hpa NOAA NHC

    Kiko (EP13) Pacific Ocean – East September 12 2019 12:00 AM September 18 2019 05:01 PM

  82. Eric,
    3 feet of rain..
    Life-threatening flooding continued across southeastern Texas Thursday morning as Tropical Rainstorm Imelda continued to dump prolific amounts of rain across the region, inundating homes and streets and prompting numerous requests for rescue.

    As of early Thursday morning, Imelda, which became a short-lived tropical storm on Tuesday before making landfall in Freeport, Texas, had produced over 40 inches of rain near Hamshire, Texas, about 65 miles east of Houston. Over 25 inches of that rain fell in 12 hours.

  83. Eric,
    Australia 🇦🇺
    Drought-hit Australian towns prepare for ‘unimaginable’ water crisis
    (No water)

    Parts of northern and inland New South Wales, along with southern Queensland, have been in drought since 2016, severely depleting river and dam levels.

    Australia’s Bureau of Meteorology (BOM) says the drought is being driven, in part, by warmer sea-surface temperatures impacting rainfall patterns. Air temperatures have also warmed over the past century, increasing the ferocity of droughts and fires.

  84. Eric,SWC,
    Winter weather advisories, winter storm warnings and/or high wind warnings were in effect for all five states in the northwestern United States as the snowstorm began to take shape Saturday morning.

    Forecasters warned that the early wintry blast could be “historic” for the Northwest and southern Canada due to the combination of heavy wet snow, strong winds and bitter cold expected.

  85. Eric,
    West Virginia.
    Event details

    Drought in USA on October 05 2019 04:49 AM (UTC).

    Gov. Jim Justice has declared a state of emergency for all 55 West Virginia counties due to a prolonged shortage of rainfall that has caused moderate drought conditions across much of the state and severe drought conditions in southern West Virginia. Statewide, over the past 90 days, West Virginia has received 2-5 inches less rainfall than normal, with some pockets of 5-7-inch rainfall deficits across the southern half of the state. As a result, numerous rivers, lakes, and streams are experiencing extremely low water levels; lowering harvest amounts, limiting water supplies for livestock, and increasing the risk of forest fires, among other potential dangers. This state of emergency follows a proclamation, issued by Gov. Justice on Sept. 20, 2019, and amended on Sept. 23, which bans all outdoor burning throughout the state with limited exceptions. The burning ban is still in effect. Drought conditions in all 55 counties are forecast to escalate. The state of emergency will remain in effect until rescinded by further proclamation.

  86. Eric,
    Ref:::Humanity the destructive force of climate change is at your doorstep”

    Blizzard burys crops before harvest..
    With more than a foot of snow blanketing parts of the parts of North and South Dakota and surrounding states, farmers are predicted to lose much of their soy and corn harvests. Unharvested cereal crops, like wheat and barley, are lost. And regional potato and sugar beet harvests are also in jeopardy.

  87. Eric,
    Ref:::::Humanity the destructive force of climate change is at your doorstep”

    South Dakota
    Unusual Blizzard Buries North Dakota in Historic Amounts of Snow – Farmers Devastated
    A record-setting four-day fall snowstorm moved out of North Dakota on Sunday, leaving behind historic amounts of snow in some areas.

    Bismarck got 17.1 inches of snow and set daily records for snowfall on Thursday, Friday and Saturday – on Friday breaking a record that had stood more than a century.

  88. Eric,SWC,
    Ref:::Humanity the destructive force of climate change is at your doorstep”

    Save the Children raised warning over a major emergency in the Horn of Africa as at least 13 million people will continue to face starvation following poor rainfall that affected crops, livestock, and livelihood. The area is now experiencing its driest summer since 1981. If the efforts to mitigate the impact of climate change on the region’s food supply are not scaled up immediately, tens of millions of people could suffer from critical hunger levels.

    The situation in the region is quickly deteriorating even though agencies and officials from Ethiopia, Somalia, and Kenya have been providing aid. Reports said Horn of Africa residents might soon experience something worse than the food crisis of 2017. The number of food-insecure people all over the region is currently lower than that of 2016 and 2017. However, the numbers are feared to rise in the following months. Somalia has already seen a 36% increase in food-insecure people, compared to its number in 2018.

  89. Eric,
    Ref:::Humanity the destructive force of climate change is at your doorstep”

    Canada 🇨🇦
    At least 250 000 were left without power after an unprecedented snowstorm hit Manitoba, Canada. Heavy and wet snow began falling on Thursday, October 10 and continued into Friday, October 11. The capital, Winnipeg, was prompted to declare a state of emergency following the destructive event. As of Sunday, October 13, around 32 000 homes and businesses remain without electricity.

    While October snow in this region is not completely unheard of, this unusually harsh 3-day snowstorm has arrived considerably earlier than usual, meteorologists said.

  90. Eric,
    Ref:::Humanity the destructive force of climate change is at your doorstep”

    Somalia 🇸🇴
    After drought and severe flooding, Somalia sees worst locust outbreak in 25 years

    Desert locusts have been destroying massive swaths of crops and grazing lands in Somalia in its worst invasion in 25 years, the United Nations food agency said on Wednesday, December 18, 2019, adding that the infestation is likely to spread further. The nation withered from drought earlier this year, followed by severe flooding that affected almost half a million population– both extreme weather conditions contributed to the outbreak.

  91. Eric,
    Ref:/Humanity the destructive force of climate change is at your doorstep”

    Newfoundland and Labrador

    Powerful blizzard, epic snowfall rates hit Newfoundland and Labrador, St. John’s declares a state 🚨 emergency.