Flash flooding traps passengers in Guadalajara transit cars


Rail cars under water yesterday in GuadalajaraA strong storm struck Guadalajara, Jalisco, yesterday producing flash flooding that affected several parts of the city, including the light rail system from which scores of people had to be rescued.

Water up to four meters deep flooded the Dermatológico station on line 1 and trapped about 40 people inside the carriages of a stationary train.

Civil Protection personnel, firefighters and local residents all contributed to the rescue efforts.

In a video that was live-streamed on Facebook by one stranded passenger, people could be seen waist-deep in water and a distressed baby can be heard crying. In another video, passengers were attempting to swim to safety… more

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Witchcraft and Wicca “Meet Up” on June 5th in ELLICOTT CITY, MD Cancelled by God


My husband and I live in Maryland. Covens of witches, Wicca members and Pagans are no strangers to our State.

But there is a town in Maryland which has made national news twice in the last two years – with the same story. Ellicott City, MD was pounded and destroyed by torrential downpours which resulted in disastrous fast moving floods in July of 2016; and just two days ago, this town was once again raveged by raging floods which carried away cars and debris from stores on Main Street.

People were stranded in stores, hurrying to the second floor to avoid being carried away by flood waters. They watched in horror from second story windows… more

Here’s What Earth Would Look Like If All The Ice Melted


What would happen if the Antarctic ice sheets melted along with the rest of the ice on Earth?Regardless of your thoughts on climate change, the world’s ice is measurably melting and at a rapid pace. Given recent trends in record warm years, it’s likely that melting will continue at an unprecedented rate for decades to come. Hence, it’s useful to explore extreme scenarios whereby all ice on Earth is melted to book end expectations and hopefully mitigate risks.

National Geographic teamed up with scientists and universities around the world to give an accurate depiction of what Earth would look like if sea level rose by 216 feet, the equivalent of melting all the water currently locked away in ice. This includes ice from continents (mountain snowpack, glaciers, ice sheets etc.) as well as ice on oceans and lakes. One assumption is that all ice contained on land has drained to the sea and not held in continental lakes or rivers…. more

When will this take place? We are not sure but the ice is melting. This is nothing compared to the tribulation. All kinds of destruction is going to happen during the tribulation. We pray you get right with Jesus now before it is to late.

At least 34 people and 600 animals dead after flash floods hit Afghanistan


At least 34 people and 600 animals dead after flash floods hit AfghanistanFlash floods affecting Afghanistan over the past 7 days have claimed lives of at least 34 people and left 4 injured. Severe weather hit the country following an unusually dry winter.

Hashmat Khan Bahaduri, spokesman for the Afghanistan Natural Disaster Management Authority (ANDMA), said that flooding affected 11 provinces (Samangan, Takhar, Kapisa, Baghlan, Badakhshan, Badghis, Ghor, Panjshir, Sari Pul, Ghazni and Parwan), destroyed 240 homes and damaged 624. Around 600 animals have also been killed and 80 ha (197 acres) of agricultural land severely damaged.

Bahaduri added that floods came after an unusually dry winter that has led to drought in many areas, underlining Afghanistan’s vulnerability to natural disasters… more

Tropical low devastates Western Australia’s north, drops massive rain


Tropical low devastates Western Australia's north, drops massive rainEx-tropical cyclones Hilda and Joyce both hit Kimberly coast, Western Australia’s sparsely populated northern region in the past 35 days but an unnamed tropical low that hit the region this week exceeded both named storms in terms of rain and wind. It brought record-breaking 5-day rainfall to the region, making this January its wettest month in history. Weather authorities said the event serves as a lesson for media and residents to heed to severe weather warnings.

BOM’s meteorologist Steph Bond said the conditions produced by this storm had been similar to a category one tropical cyclone. However, this weather event did not meet the criteria to be labeled a tropical cyclone.

Typically, a tropical cyclone is formed over water with sustained winds of over 120 km/h (74 mph) in the system’s center. Because this tropical low did not form over water and its severe wind and rain were not in the center of the system, it did not receive a formal name…. more

Major flooding after rivers overflow in Emilia-Romagna, Italy


Major flooding after rivers overflow in Emilia-Romagna, ItalySeveral days of heavy rain caused several major rivers, including Enza and Parma, to burst its banks on December 12, 2017, producing widespread flooding in Emilia-Romagna region of northeastern Italy.

A critical situation is underway in Emilia-Romagna today, after several days of heavy rain caused major flooding and forced authorities to issue evacuation orders for more than 1 000 people early Monday morning. Several people who were trapped were rescued, local media reports.

All the main rivers of the Parmenese, Enza, Taro and Parma, have exceeded level 3, the maximum. In addition, strong winds downed numerous trees and caused heavy infrastructural damage…. more

South Asia Flooding Death Toll 20 Times Higher Than Harvey; Christians Helping as Diseases Spread


Christian groups are serving as the “hands and feet of Christ” as the death toll from the rains and flooding of South Asia’s monsoon season has risen to 1,400 people, which is nearly 20 times higher than Hurricane Harvey’s death toll of 70.

Affected countries include India, Pakistan, Nepal and Bangladesh, with Reuters reporting on Wednesday that besides the 1,400 people killed, thousands of others have been hit by outbreaks of diarrhea, malaria and dengue.

Tens of thousands have been left living in tents, while more than 5.9 millions acres of cropland has been destroyed…. read more

Evacuation orders and advisories to 120 000 after record-breaking rain hits Akita, Japan


Evacuation orders and advisories to 120 000 after record-breaking rain hits Akita, JapanSome 120 000 people were ordered or advised to evacuate on Sunday, July 23, 2017 after record-breaking rain hit Japan’s Akita Prefecture, causing floods and landslides.

According to The Japan Times, there have been no injuries reported so far, but JMA warned of more flooding as ‘an active rain front that brought record rain to parts of Akita decided to park itself over the Tohoku region.’

24 000 people from the cities of Yurihonjo, Daisen and Senboku, as well as the town of Misato were ordered to evacuate after it was reported that houses had been flooded and landslides had struck various parts of the prefecture. The storm caused flooding along stretches of the Omono River, while several other rivers were deemed at risk of overflowing their banks. Another 96 000 people in six cities and three towns were advised to evacuate and urged to prepare for floods and landslides… read more