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Wednesday, December 7, 2011

2011- The Year of the Billion Dollar Weather Disasters


"It has been a volatile year of weather across the United States and the tally of weather-related disasters exceeding a billion dollars keeps rising. 

Earlier this year, 2011 set a record for the most billion-dollar weather disasters in a single year and now the National Climatic Data Center (NCDC) has tacked on another two events to list. 

This brings the total number of disasters of this magnitude to a total of 12 with a combined cost exceeding $50 billion this year! The previous record for one year, since records began in 1980, was nine in 2008."

Go to:
and watch the 2 minute video to hear about the twelve different disasters that happened this year in the U.S.A. which each cost at least 1 billion dollars.

Just think, the Japanese earthquake and tsunami, and other disasters which happened in other countries, aren't even being counted in this number.

To me, these disasters are signs that the Second Coming is getting closer.  Do you have your food storage, fuel, and warm clothing?

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