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&-Day Weather forecast calls for mild weather starting in 3-4 days
Below Average Genius Show this Post
06-22-2019, 12:16 AM #1
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And the weather prediction gets nicer the further out the prediction goes.

This will be a good test to see if the map changes as the days grow closer. I'm predicting the nice weather will turn violent once again. It's me against the meteorological experts with all their technology. Who will be correct?

Why will the weather grow violent again with high winds, flooding and possibly tornadoes in various parts of the country when none are predicted today? Because the technology can't measure the EMFs from 5G that haven't been created yet!!

It's a virtual guarantee that all sorts of destructive weather will show up as the EMFs from 5G continue to spill out.

Scroll through the days and you'll see how, as of Friday June 21st, the weather looks great by the 6th and 7th days. Don't plan any picnics.

Below Average Genius Show this Post
06-22-2019, 12:18 AM #2
Below Average Genius Incognito Anonymous
Haha. The headline should read "7-Day" weather forecast, not "&-Day."
Below Average Genius Show this Post
06-27-2019, 10:04 PM #3
Below Average Genius Incognito Anonymous
As predicted, the ultra mild weather predicted 5 days ago has shifted into rain in 24 states including severe weather in four or five! Making these predictions is like shooting fish in a barrel. It's a guaranteed outcome so long as 5G's ions and EMFs are feeding the cloud systems. This pattern of severe weather cropping up despite long term forecasts not seeing most of them will continue.

Below Average Genius Show this Post
06-28-2019, 09:17 PM #4
Below Average Genius Incognito Anonymous
Six days ago the weather service predicted no wet weather for 99% or more of the country. haha. I said their predictions would change because the weather service has no way of measuring the daily input of 5G for future days. Sure enough, severe weather is now on the agenda along with rain in about 16 states.

Sure enough, there is severe weather on track for Montana, North Dakota, and Missouri, and even more rain along the coast of the Mississippi River today. Tomorrow, N. Dakota, Minnesota, Vermont and Maine are on the menu for severe weather plus even more rain along the Mississippi for all of already flooded Mississippi state and Louisiana.

5G has not disappointed in producing severe weather EVERY DAY for the last two months without exception. The deep south and the Gulf Coast of TX is slated for rain for the next seven days! 5G rich Florida is also slated for seven days of rain. Watch Houston and parts of FL turn into severe weather areas. Houston's weather will likely expand to Austin, Waco, Dallas and Oklahoma City, all 5G cities.

Don't worry if you've slept through the weather tragedies so far. The disasters will become more spectacular and more widespread from here on out.



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