It is so hot in England that the runways for their military aircraft are soft enough to prevent planes from landing or taking off. Yes, that is correct – the Brits cannot get warplanes off the ground because they built their runways to be functional in comfy weather only. The payback for stupidity is this – only 5 percent of British homes have air conditioning and the temps around the ‘hood this week are in the low 100’s. That, ladies and gentlemen, is misery. Have you ever tried to go to sleep so hot that your sweat was forming in the pools of your closed eyes, or dripping off the back of your neck?
Perhaps even more importantly, the whole earth is on fire. All this heat, and as I said it is record-breaking heat, means that the soil is probably going to change and become less capable of nourishing plant life including food that you eat. Take a look…
BREAKING NEWS: Flights in and out RAF Brize Norton in Oxfordshire have been halted because the "runway has melted" in the hot weather, Sky News understands.
Live updates: https://t.co/tZQg6mIto4
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— Sky News (@SkyNews) July 18, 2022
She does say “no impact on any military operation today“. Of course she does. We all would. No one wants to confess that they must have better weather in order to wage war, especially when they have already started a fight with the Russians.
It will be significantly hotter this week.
A dangerous heatwave that has sparked wildfires across southwest Europe is set to push the mercury to new records in the U.K. and France early this week.
The U.K. Met Office forecasts 104°F (40°C) temperatures could be recorded Monday. The prior record stands at 101.66°F (38.7°C), set in 2019. Britain declared a widespread “red” heat warning days ago for the first time in history.
Fire danger is mostly in the “extreme danger, very high and very extreme danger” category all over Europe/Russia, Spain and N. Africa.
Chinese People Are Cooking Like Glass Noodles
China Has 1,000,000,000 people sweltering in 100+ degree air. That is the ambient shade temperature, not direct sunlight. Direct sunlight will be absolutely brutal, to the point of killing people who cannot get out of it and cool down.
A massive heatwave has covered large swaths of China, including Shanghai, Southwest China’s Sichuan Province, East China’s Jiangsu, and Zhejiang provinces, affecting nearly one billion people.
At least 76 national weather stations recorded high temperatures that exceeded 108 degrees Fahrenheit on Wednesday, according to the National Climate Center. The highest temperature recorded was 111.5 degrees Fahrenheit in Lingshou, in North China’s Hebei Province.
Highest temperature in Shanghai in its history (since 1873) a few days ago. Hotter temps this week are anticipated.
History was rewritten today in #China. With a temperature of 40.9C the historic observatory of #Shanghai Xujiahui (data since 1873) had its highest temperature on records. Humidity is extreme,nights above 30C and conditions potentially deadly. And tomorrow it can be worse. pic.twitter.com/LriclQtBun
— Extreme Temperatures Around The World (@extremetemps) July 13, 2022
Warmer temperatures worldwide, record-breaking high temperatures between the Tropics of Cancer and Capricorn, or in general the middle 1/3rd of the earth. And yes, the world is on fire. You can reconstruct this map here: https://www.wunderground.com/wundermap
I just put this map together for you. The red on the oceans indicates a surface temperature of around 86 degrees F or 30.o C. Not much room for ice, and the waters around the arctic circle are not very cold, indicating a surface temp around 40 degrees F or 5 degrees C. Fires are burning everywhere, looking like Yahuah Himself spoke them into being.
London Is Burning Down
I don’t know if this happens often, but the people who put this party together were certainly surprised…
If you don’t believe in sea level rise, this happened here in Hawaii yesterday. As pollution worsens, no one will be safe. Your wealth won’t save you. pic.twitter.com/zDrb2pcomy
— Kaniela Ing (@KanielaIng) July 18, 2022
This wave rolled over the party yesterday. I assume that the people who set this up did not expect the waves to come crashing over the seawall on a day which saw zero cloud cover and zero storms in the dead heat of summer.
Don’t expect hurricanes to water the United States. All that Saharan dust blowing over from Africa prevents the hurricanes from forming in the Atlantic, and Pacific hurricanes typically slide away from the continental United States.
This dust can be a real inhibitor in the development of tropical cyclones.
It’s known as the Saharan Air Layer (SAL). How does this Saharan dust impact Atlantic hurricanes? The SAL is about 50 percent drier than tropical air. It is also associated with strong winds of up to 55 mph, which can increase vertical wind shear.
Since tropical cyclones need moist air and low wind shear, this dust can be a real problem for tropical storms and hurricanes to develop, therefore, we might not expect any desperately needed rain relief. If no rain, then there will be no food produced and as we have discussed several places on JerryWDavis.com, famine is coming to the industrialized West, just as it is for the rest of the planet. Remember Sri Lanka.
So what do you think? Is this the flaming end of man’s time on earth? Are we in the tribulation years?