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The Newest ice Storm That has left 350,000 homes and businesses of power in Louisiana, Georgia and South Carolina!

 
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The Newest ice Storm That has left 350,000 homes and businesses of power in Louisiana, Georgia and South Carolina!
With another Storm on the way!

The ice and powerful wind gusts that robbed 350,000 homes and businesses of power in Louisiana, Georgia and South Carolina were headed here. Some forecasters were predicting “potentially catastrophic” conditions in parts of Georgia and the Carolinas.



The District has declared a snow emergency, which prohibits parking on major streets.
D.C. area weather-related closings


Although the storm led to the cancellation of more than 3,100 flights Wednesday, many of them connections through the nation’s busiest airport, in Atlanta, it had not caused the widespread panic seen there two weeks ago when a storm caught it unprepared.

This time, Atlanta was ready. And, with plenty of warning, Washington and its surroundings appeared to be, too.

Late Wednesday, snowplows were at the ready, salt trucks were poised, states of emergency had been declared, the populace was braced and the obligatory trio — bread, milk and toilet paper — had been swept from market shelves.

ICEAGEDDEN!!

[link to www.washingtonpost.com]
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Winter storm warning: Disruptive mix of snow and sleet into tonight

Heavy snow, to the tune of 5 to 10 inches, fell across the area overnight. Snow will continue into this morning west and northwest of I-95, with some sleet mixing in. Several additional inches of accumulation are possible through late morning in these areas.
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Re: The Newest ice Storm That has left 350,000 homes and businesses of power in Louisiana, Georgia and South Carolina!
With another Storm on the way!

The ice and powerful wind gusts that robbed 350,000 homes and businesses of power in Louisiana, Georgia and South Carolina were headed here. Some forecasters were predicting “potentially catastrophic” conditions in parts of Georgia and the Carolinas.



The District has declared a snow emergency, which prohibits parking on major streets.
D.C. area weather-related closings


Although the storm led to the cancellation of more than 3,100 flights Wednesday, many of them connections through the nation’s busiest airport, in Atlanta, it had not caused the widespread panic seen there two weeks ago when a storm caught it unprepared.

This time, Atlanta was ready. And, with plenty of warning, Washington and its surroundings appeared to be, too.

Late Wednesday, snowplows were at the ready, salt trucks were poised, states of emergency had been declared, the populace was braced and the obligatory trio — bread, milk and toilet paper — had been swept from market shelves.

ICEAGEDDEN!!

[link to www.washingtonpost.com]
 Quoting: Radie


Winter storm warning: Disruptive mix of snow and sleet into tonight

Heavy snow, to the tune of 5 to 10 inches, fell across the area overnight. Snow will continue into this morning west and northwest of I-95, with some sleet mixing in. Several additional inches of accumulation are possible through late morning in these areas.
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The writing is on the wall

Thanks for that link ohwell!

and with storms lined up till God knows when things will get worse!
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Re: The Newest ice Storm That has left 350,000 homes and businesses of power in Louisiana, Georgia and South Carolina!
You're welcome.

Do you remember last year when a supposed meteor entered Russia's atmosphere? Well, there is a surprising development or coincidence this weekend, exactly one year after the Russia meteor incident.

Defunct Soviet Reconnaissance Satellite May Hit Earth

MOSCOW, February 12 (RIA Novosti) – A decommissioned Soviet military satellite will burn up in the atmosphere Sunday in an uncontrolled descent and surviving fragments may hit Earth, according to an aerospace defense official.

[link to en.ria.ru]

Could we say that the Meteor incident of last year was also a satellite and a test run?

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Re: The Newest ice Storm That has left 350,000 homes and businesses of power in Louisiana, Georgia and South Carolina!
You're welcome.

Do you remember last year when a supposed meteor entered Russia's atmosphere? Well, there is a surprising development or coincidence this weekend, exactly one year after the Russia meteor incident.

Defunct Soviet Reconnaissance Satellite May Hit Earth

MOSCOW, February 12 (RIA Novosti) – A decommissioned Soviet military satellite will burn up in the atmosphere Sunday in an uncontrolled descent and surviving fragments may hit Earth, according to an aerospace defense official.

[link to en.ria.ru]

Could we say that the Meteor incident of last year was also a satellite and a test run?
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somehow alot of related coincidences are happping

Near-blizzard condition will impact Long Island, New York City, coastal portions of northeastern New Jersey, southern Connecticut, lower Hudson Valley in New York through 10 am ET - National Weather Service!!





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