Summer 2016 I have Read From Good Sources My Area And Others Will Have Non Stop Triple Digit Heat Plus More Events Will Happen At A Fast Pace
Excessive Heat Warning in California
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Excessive Heat Warning remains in effect from 10 AM PDT /10 AM mst/ Sunday to 9 PM PDT /9 PM mst/ Wednesday.
- Temperature: Excessive Heat will begin to be noticeable across the Mojave Desert region Sunday but the hottest days will likely be Monday and Tuesday with record high temperatures possible for many sites. The following temperature ranges are expected during the 4 day period, 108 to 115 in the Las Vegas Valley, Boulder City and Pahrump, 110 to 115 for much of San Bernardino, Southern Mohave and Northeast Clark counties, 115 to 120 along the Colorado River from Laughlin and Bullhead City down to Lake Havasu, and 117 to 125 in Death Valley.
- Impacts: An Excessive Heat Warning means that a prolonged period of dangerously hot temperatures will occur. Heat related illnesses such as heat exhaustion and heat stroke will be likely. People Most Vulnerable include those who are spending lots of time outdoors, those who do not have air conditioning, young children, the elderly, and those with chronic ailments.
Drink plenty of fluids, stay in an Air-conditioned room, stay out of the Sun, and check up on relatives and neighbors. If you plan to be outside, avoid prolonged exposure or strenuous physical activity. Alcoholic and caffeinated beverages should be avoided. Wear light weight, light colored, loose fitting clothing. Young children and pets should never be left unattended in vehicles under any circumstances.
We have seen these warnings, much of May and June, almost daily .
Below is NOAA, sadly they do not give the whole true pitcher, one must go to real alternative weather and Science sites to see what is really going on. I have never seen the winds not die down by now. It has been non stop winds and many days of triple digit heat. This is not the norm for May and into June its worse, I am talking 110 plus with over 114 this week. I have looked at many, many sites and it looks like the whole USA is predicted to be far above average heat. NOAA at least says that.
The U.K the same thing see this post,
SHOCK WEATHER ALERT: Hottest summer in 100 YEARS just 10 DAYS away
BRITAIN is on a 10-day countdown to the start of what is shaping up to be the hottest summer in more than A CENTURY.
A freak shift in weather patterns will send thermometers rocketing to 30C (86F) in early June with THREE MONTHS of blazing sunshine to follow.
And the latest weather models suggest the highest ever UK temperature of 38.5C (101F) could be beaten in just weeks kicking off the "Great Summer" of 2016.
Forecasters are now in agreement this year could break all records.
A blistering “heat surge” from the Continent at the start of next month will bring a taste of things to come with relentless heatwaves predicted through the summer.
The predictions are based on a rare set of meteorological circumstances which now appear to have converged.
The jet stream is poised to make a dramatic swing northwards opening the floodgates to scorching air from Africa and the Continent.
Unlike in other years, its path and activity have been affected by a monster El Nino event which has led to a drastic alteration in ocean temperatures.
El Nino set in last year raising temperatures in the eastern Pacific and now having neared the end of it’s cycle looks likely to trigger a La Nina event.
La Nina sees ocean temperatures drop with the strength of the event linked to the intensity of the preceding El Nino.
Such huge variations in sea and atmospheric temperatures have a knock-on effect on weather and climate across the globe.
This drastically alters the way air moves between the tropical and so-called ‘mid-latitude’ regions which includes the UK.
Note: it touched on a freak weather pattern, this freak jet stream, weather pattern, is what I am reading on independent, credible sites, they speak in great detail of this and why we will see triple digits for 3-4 months with no end. The UK paper touches on some of this truth
I read everything from, Weather warfare, HAAP, Government Experiments, Chem trails and Planet out of normal pole rotation, polar shift. A slight polar shift is a truth, the rest? All I know is, we are looking at tipple digits non- stop until Septembers end, the best resources said, what a great time for an EMP?
Weekly we are seeing chaos, more cities are targeted, as Orlando. L.A. S.F. Boston, N.Y., so I have read from credible sources, thus no matter what TPTB have on the plate, it will escalate and be very hard and hot days, so be in prayer and watching. things are spinning out of control, at this point nothing would surprise me.
England more than likely will leave the E.U. this was foretold years ago, the E.U. falls apart, the Euro falls, and right after the USA, it looks like this has really been going at a fast pace as all else is.
So be strong in the lord and the power of His might, hard days ahead
NOAA talking heads say;
Most of the continental United States is facing elevated chances of well above average summer temperatures, according to the latest outlook from NOAA’s Climate Prediction Center.
Colored areas on the map at right show which parts of the country have the highest odds (darkest red) for well above average warmth for the June-August period. For the seasonal forecasts, “well above average” means temperatures in the warmest third of all summers in the current climatological record (1981-2010). (Larger versions as well as precipitation maps are available via links below image to the right. A separate forecast discussion for Hawaii is available here.)
Nationwide, Alaska’s Aleutian Islands have the highest chances of an unusually warm summer, with probabilities between 60-70 percent. For the contiguous United States (i.e, the “Lower 48”), the chances for top-tier warmth are greatest in the West and the Northeast (50-60 percent), and smallest in the heart of the Great Plains, where the odds of well above average temperatures are the same as the odds of near-average or well below average temperatures (33 percent each).
(For math fans, a more detailed discussion of forecast probabilities is available at the end of the post.)
Darker colors mean greater chances of a hot summer, not how much hotter it’s projected to be. In other words, we’re not predicting that summer temperatures in Maine will be farther above average than temperatures in Florida; we’re predicting that the chances for an unusually hot summer are greater in Maine than they are in Florida.