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Prophetic Dream - Brace Yourself!

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I normally don't say much publicly about religion especially here on my weather web page. But this Pastor's Warning To America grabbed my attention. This man's dreams are intriguing, to say the least. Like he says he prays that he is wrong and so do I. Prophetic Dream - Brace Yourself! Quote- "This is Dana Coverstone. I’m a pastor. I’m a husband, I’m a father. I’m a patriot I love this country. I’m going to share three specific dreams that I’ve had recently. But I believe that I have a warning for the country. A warning for rural America. A warning for America overall. I don’t think I would be doing anyone a service if I don’t show what I saw in these dreams and visions. I believe that we’re going to see not just going to see a second huge wave of Covid between September, October, November. We’re going to see major things with the elections,… We’re going to see major chaos in our country. We’re going to see troops in our cities. We’re going to see the protests get eve

Hot & Dry 4th of July Week Ahead.

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Sunday, June 28, 2020. High based showers with more virga than rain. Southeast of Dunken or Northwest of Hope, New Mexico.      A few high based rain showers and thunderstorms once again dotted the landscape Sunday afternoon. With afternoon high temperatures in the upper 90's and dew point temperatures in the 30's the bases of these storms averaged around 11,000' to 12,000' feet above the ground level. As is typical this time of year and with such a dry sub cloud layer very little rainfall made it to the ground. Most of this activity was in the form of virga. Our moderate to severe drought locally continues. New Mexico Drought Status As Of June 23, 2020. Hot Holiday Week Ahead. European Model (ECMWF) Forecast High Temperatures. Today. Tuesday. Wednesday. Thursday. Friday. Saturday. Sunday. European (ECMWF) Weekly Rainfall Forecast. (Today Through Monday, July 6, 2020). Weather Prediction Center (WPC) Weekly Rainfall Forecast.       Typical hot and dry late June early Ju

Tyranny And Anarchy Are Tearing America Apart!

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Tommy Vex Breaks Down BLM Protests/Antifa - Very Simple To Understand. The PatriotNurse It's Not About Masks Or Health - It's About Power. America Is Being Gaslighted By The Left! Fuel For The Fire.      2020 will go down in history as a turning point in America. Will we turn left towards Socialist Marxist Communism, or will we made a hard right turn toward our more conservative and traditional values? These are the questions yet unanswered. We will not know the answer until after our Presidential election on Tuesday, November 3rd. America is at war with itself. So far it's not an all-out Civil War as we saw in 1861 - 1865. We are not far from it though. Make no mistake we are at war. The Far Leftist Socialist Democrats have declared war on traditional America and all that she stands for. Like or not but the day is coming and soon that we all must make a choice on which side of the fence we are going to stand on. Are you ready?      This is not about George Floyd anymor

Cooler With Scattered Severe Thunderstorms Today!

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GOES-East Visible + IR Sandwich Satellite Image. At 7:31 PM MDT Monday, June 22, 2020.      Several complexes of thunderstorms ( MCS ) develop yesterday afternoon. The largest formed over northeastern New Mexico and the Texas Panhandle. The second near the Midland-Odessa area. A small cluster of Severe Thunderstorms developed near Hobbs and along the east slopes of the Sacramento and Guadalupe Mountains. Regional 24-Hour Rainfall Totals. Valid At 5:30 AM MDT Tuesday, June 23, 2020.      Heavy rainfall fell over far eastern New Mexico in the Clovis area yesterday afternoon. As well as parts of the Texas Panhandle and West Texas. NWS MesoWerst Reported High Temperatures. Sunday.    Monday.      Sunday ended up being hotter locally than Monday was. I recorded my highest temperature so far this summer season on Sunday with a reading of  107ºF, and 106ºF  on Monday  here at our home in Carlsbad, New Mexico.  The Roswell Airport  reported  107ºF  on Sunday and  105ºF  on Monday.  The Carlsba

Isolated Severe T-Storms Today - Hot & Dry Into Next Week.

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Visible Satellite - Geo Color Image. 8:30 AM MDT Friday, June 19, 2020. CIMSS RGB Satellite Image Of The Sahara Dust. 10:00 AM MDT Friday, June 19, 2020.      A vast brown cloud of Shara dust can easily be seen in the first image above moving westward off the Northern African Continent. In the second image above we see the same dust cloud depicted in blue and pink shades.  Here Comes The Sahara Dust!      Is this for real? Yes, it is. And really it happens just about every summer. If you have wondered what causes those dull hazy summer skies with fiery sunrises and sunsets then here is your answer. Sometimes this occurs as a result of vast clouds of Shara dust that is blown westward from the Northern Africa Shara Desert by low-level and mid-level easterly and southeasterly winds and into the Southern U.S. Even as far west as Texas and New Mexico.  NASA Dust Extinction Forecast. NASA Dust Cloud Extinction Analysis. Valid At 6 PM MDT Thursday, June 18, 2020. NASA Dust Cloud Extinction An

Monsoon Season Starts Monday But We Will Remain Hot & Dry.

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European Forecast Model (ECMWF) High-Temperature Forecasts. Monday. Tuesday. Wednesday. Thursday. Friday. Saturday. Sunday. European Forecast Model (ECMWF) Total Rainfall Forecast. Valid Today - Wednesday, June 17, 2020. Weather Prediction Center (WPC) Total Rainfall Forecast. Valid Today - Sunday, June 21, 2020. Hot & Dry - Typical For Mid-June. Monday (June 15th) marks the beginning of our annual Desert Southwest Monsoon season which ends September 30th. June is notoriously hot in SE NM and we usually see our highest daily summertime temperatures. Not always though. July and August can be just as hot with records highs in the Pecos Valley all above 110ºF. This upcoming week looks hot and dry especially mid-week into next weekend. Daily high temperatures are forecast to climb above the century mark once again. Widespread wetting rains are not in our outlook although a few hit and miss thunderstorms will be possible over and near the mountains. SE NM Summertime Rainfall Climatolo

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