Hurricane Weather!

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florenceGood morning y’all! I hope your weekend has started off pleasant! I am sure you have probably already heard about Florence pounding the southeast coast of the United States! This storm has already been extremely tragic for those living on the coast of North & South Carolina, but Florence hasn’t come to an end yet! 

With strong hurricane winds and heavy rain moving inland, thousands are already without power! Thankfully, as of right now my husband and I do still have power, but we are not out of the woods yet. The powerful winds and downpours of rain is still being tracked! We are still anticipating this storm to continue its destruction through Monday!

Sadly, this storm has already claimed the lives of 7 people and could still kill many others during it’s path. Florence has also left millions in the _103419002_mediaitem103418994dark and in fear of what could happen next. …

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      • I used to live close to Maine. I lived in VT and NH when I was younger. I am so surprised the worst blizzard you have saw happened in NM. I remember my last winter up north before moving south was insane. It literally snowed 3-4 feet in less than 24 hours. It closed places in the north, which pretty much never happens. Global warming is nothing to question anymore because it is very real! I just hope we do not get many more hurricanes like Florence, it has been terrible all through NC and SC.

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      • The Goliath Blizzard that hit the day after Christmas in 2015, killed over 30,000 cattle in our area — the east central part of New Mexico. It blew a freight train completely off the tracks less than 5 miles from where we were living at the time, and blew down two huge grain silos within a quarter mile of our house. They had to airlift people by helicopter out of cars that were stuck in 10′ high snowdrifts. This was after a homeland security snowcat could not make it through the drifts to reach stranded motorists. I never saw anything like that, when I lived in Maine. I don’t quite understand how extreme winters in certain areas, correlates with global warming, but I have read that this is part of that overall warming trend. The weather is topsy turvy all over the place. so far this year, our temperature has been way hotter than usual.

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      • Massive snow in NM is mind blowing! You never expect that kind of weather that far south! The weather is definitely doing some pretty wild things lately! It has been a very hot year. I mean when it is in the 70’s in February, I just knew it was not going to be a very great year!

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