Hawaii Placed Under Blizzard Warning & No One Bats An Eye
Hawaii. Yes, the same Hawaii that we all fantasize about during the winter months is now being placed under a blizzard warning. That means snow and cold winds.
The National Weather Service says the island can expect winds of 65 mph and snowfall of 6 to 10 inches. Thundersnow is also possible.
“If you must travel, have a winter survival kit with you,” the weather service advised. The blizzard warning is in effect until Thursday morning.
Ah yes, we preach about those survival kits around these parts. Now is as good of time as any to create your cheap survival bag (GO HERE). I mean, when Hawaii is under snow and wind siege, you should take every precaution necessary because things just aren’t “the norm” anymore.
Now, the warning only pertains to Hawaii’s high mountain summits of Mauna Loa and Mauna Kea on the Big Island. The rest of the island is going to be under massive flood warnings. That’s going to be a devastating weather event no matter how you spin it.
The island also has a series of active volcanoes.
So what gives with this weather? Many believe this is the result of the geoengineering of weather. Yesterday we reported that 4 famines that will kill millions in a matter of six months are upon us. Today we are reporting that a major blizzard is about to wreak havoc on Hawaii.
Our climate’s instability is a threat to our own existence. You need to be prepared. You never know when you might be placed in a position whereas you need to survive without the modern basics. One day you just might need a blizzard survival sleeping bag.
If weather modification is happening, we should all be prepared. We should all have a basic survival plan. We can’t depend on anyone else to help us out. Here is some good info on creating a blizzard survival bag for your car.
Author: Jim Satney
PrepForThat’s Editor and lead writer for political, survival, and weather categories.
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