Have you noticed that we are being hit by an endless series of weather emergencies?
Here in the middle of 2023, farms in the Midwest are being devastated by a seemingly endless drought, massive dust storms are happening as far north as Illinois, residents of Vermont just experienced the worst flooding that they have seen in nearly 100 years, and the Southwest is being baked by unprecedented heat. I realize that this is a very sensitive topic. A large portion of the population insists that what we are witnessing is “normal”, while another large portion of the population believes that we can fix the weather by changing our behavior. Unfortunately, both groups are wrong. What we are beginning to experience is the apocalyptic weather of the end times, and things are only going to get crazier during the months and years that are in front of us.
Right now, the horrifying heat wave that is frying the Southwest is making headlines all over the nation…
Across a wide swath of the U.S. from Texas to Nevada, a major heat wave that is threatening to break temperature records continued to bake parts of the South and Southwest on Wednesday, sending people scrambling for relief and adding to what has become a series of weather extremes that researchers say fit the pattern of a warming environment. Temperatures well into the triple digits are expected this weekend from California to Texas to Florida, with parts of Nevada forecast to reach 116 degrees Fahrenheit and cities in Arizona expected to hit a staggering 118 F.
Temperatures this high are life-threatening, and it is likely that quite a few people will die from the heat in the days ahead.
In Phoenix, there is a possibility that the city could actually see the 120 degree mark for only the fourth time ever…
‘While the 120-degree mark is not a certainty for Phoenix, it is possible late this week and this upcoming weekend,’ AccuWeather Senior Meteorologist Alex Sosnowski warned this week of forecast temperatures for the famously arid city, known as Arizona’s Valley of the Sun. The city has seen 13 consecutive 110F-plus days – and now weather experts warn the city may soon challenge its all-time record of 18 days.
The all-time record high in Phoenix is 122 degrees.
There is a chance that record could get broken.
But even now, the heat is so intense that it is actually melting tar on the roofs of some homes…
‘How bad is the Phoenix heat wave? The tar is melting off the newish roof on our house,’ Astrid Galvan shared in a post. On TikTok, one hilarious resident shared a video of himself frying an egg on a grill that was not plugged in but heated up by the sun. ‘Gotta love Az summers,’ the creator captioned the video.
That is hot!
Unfortunately, conditions are going to be like this for a while.
These oppressive temperatures are being caused by a “heat dome” that is “now set to persist through much of the month”…
A sprawling area of high pressure currently positioned directly over the Four Corners is responsible for the scorching temperatures, which are unusual even for the notoriously hot expanse. Known as a ‘heat dome’ to meteorologists, the phenomenon is now set to persist through much of the month – scorching metros in Arizona, Nevada, and California in the process.
And of course this is happening in the context of a historic global heat wave.
In fact, we are being told that last month was the warmest June “since at least 1850”…
Last month was the warmest June globally since at least 1850, when record-keeping began, according to a new report by Berkeley Earth, a nonprofit research organization that focuses on climate data analysis. The report found that June 2023 broke the previous record, set last year, by a “large margin,” putting the planet on track for one of the warmest years on record — if not the warmest.
Meanwhile, ocean temperatures also continue to rise.
If you can believe it, some areas off the coast of Florida are actually experiencing “hot tub-like water temperatures”…
Buoys off the coast of Florida measured hot tub-like water temperatures near 97 degrees Fahrenheit on Monday in the shallow, heat-prone Florida Bay between the southern tip of Florida and the Keys. The more ecologically vital and expansive coral reefs are located east and south of the Florida Keys, but the buoy measurements indicate just how extreme the heat in Florida has been so unusually early in the summer. Ocean temperatures around Florida usually get hotter as the summer progresses and don’t reach their peak until late August into September, Manzello said, meaning ocean temperatures could rise further.
If ocean temperatures stay this high, it will significantly intensify any major storms that come along later this year.
Perhaps this explains why Farmers Insurance has suddenly decided to completely pull out of the state of Florida…
Farmers Insurance will stop offering its policies in Florida, including home, auto and umbrella policies, in a change that will force thousands of people to change their insurance provider. The company said in a statement that its decision to get out of Florida was a business decision necessary to manage its risk exposure in the hurricane-prone state. Farmers serves 100,000 customers in Florida but said there will be no impact to customers who use Farmers’ owned subsidiaries like Foremost Signature and Bristol West.
So why is all of this happening?
Well, whenever there is a lot of solar activity temperatures tend to rise, and right now sunspot activity has spiked to very alarming levels.
So we are being cooked from above, and we are also being cooked from beneath.
In a previous article, I discussed some of the very unusual things that are happening on our ocean floors. For example, scientists recently discovered “a sprawling field of hydrothermal vents” on the floor of the Atlantic Ocean that are releasing material “hot enough to melt lead”…
On March 12, a team of scientists gathered in the control room of the RV Falkor (too), an oceanographic research vessel operated by the Schmidt Ocean Institute. They watched the monitor of a camera-wielding underwater drone, or ROV, as it explored the deep sea 2,000 meters (6,600 feet) below the ship. When the screen showed a plume of black smoke, the scientists cheered. The video showed a sprawling field of hydrothermal vents — fissures in the seabed where seawater mixes with magma — on the Puy des Folles Volcano on the Mid-Atlantic Ridge. Some of the vents, known as “black smokers,” had formed tall “chimneys” of iron sulfide deposits that gushed out dark, sulfurous plumes with temperatures up to about 340° Celsius (644° Fahrenheit), hot enough to melt lead.
During the months and years to come, our planet will get even more unstable, and that is because we really are living in the end times.
Sadly, most people don’t want to hear the truth.
Most people just assume that the politicians have everything under control.
But they don’t.
What is happening to us is outside of our control, and the “birth pains” that we are experiencing will only become more intense in the days ahead.