Predictions for Weather for the Remainder of 2014 – #18

As the winter of 2014 comes to an end, (April in the most northern parts, May in areas like Maine,) the energy and forces will come back into a balance, and in general, across the nation we will see more towards the average weather patterns of the last 5-6 years.  We will not see the weather patterns of 3, 4, or 5 decades ago, anymore – not in our lifetime.

As the winter slowly ends, there will be fewer extreme events for the nation as a whole for the rest of 2014. This is the general prediction for all areas.  We will be back in what can be termed as “average” weather, or rather the new term – “the new normal” for each area. This includes all the mixes of weather that have been in each area over the last 5-6 years.

I know this is not a cheerful prediction.   The positive side of this is that we can, if we’re willing, adapt and live productively through these challenging times.  Some of us have memories how things were different, and so we can compare the two eras.  But, those of us who are younger know this time only, and so come into this time willing to look for and create new ways to live productively.   In the decades ahead, we also will see many new ways of facing life’s challenges.  There will be opportunities in every arena of life – for creativity, cooperation, acceptance, tolerance, imagination, support, innovation, respect, leadership, unselfish sharing, and so much more – in every area of human life.   We will be witness to some of this, and if we’re willing, we also can bring some of this into existence for ourselves, and those with whom we have contact or come into contact.

It is always our choice on how we respond within our own lives.

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“Let God decide what is possible.” (The Rainbow Cards, ©, 2007)

“We can either follow the old ways of the past, or we can lead the new ways into the future.” (The Rainbow Cards, ©, 2006)

“Whether heaven or hell awaits us, depends on which one we’ve created for others.” (The Rainbow Cards, ©, 2009)

Predictions for 2014: Weather #16

When this winter is behind us, (end of February, 2014) I will give what I see for the winter and summer weather in the years ahead, especially what I see for the rest of this decade.

I’m taking it one winter at a time right now.  What is ahead is not all bad, but some is and being forewarned is being forearmed.   The pendulum swings in both directions and includes normalcy plus great extremes.  Global warming is real and there will be more evidence of it and more witness to it.

We can think that our own efforts to help bring about change are too small and therefore not worth doing.  Or we can think that this is just a cycle and will go away.  Both of these ways of thinking are what will change, because both are false and will be shown to be so – especially in our generation’s lifetime.  We have gone beyond the point of our generation seeing a return to “normal”.  We will not see it in our own personal lifetime.

We’re not alone with regards to effort.   Christ is not sitting on His hands or twiddling his thumbs.   Just remember, Christ also must work through our own hearts and minds.  “Here I am, I stand at the door [of our hearts and minds] and knock.  If anyone hears my voice and opens the door, I will come in to him and dine with him, and he with Me.” Revelations 3:20.

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“Effort is not a one-time step to take, unless we want one step to be all that we ever take.”  (The Rainbow Cards, ©, 2001)

“Sometimes, we prefer to still think we’re right, rather than accept that we’re not and correct it.  And boy, how visible this is to the other people who watch us and know us.” (The Rainbow Cards, ©, 2001)

“The real truth of the world we live in vs. our perspectives and understanding of the world we live in – are worlds apart.” (The Rainbow Cards, ©, 2001)

“God has hope, because God knows of possibilities for success far beyond our own awareness, knowledge and understanding.” (The Rainbow Cards, ©, 2001)

“To successfully heal [even the planet and climate], we must let go of the benefits we believe we get from getting sicker.”  (The Rainbow Cards, ©, 2001)

Predictions for 2014: Weather #15

“I would love to receive another update on cities around Denver.” Tee Meyer

Today – right now, January 6-7, 2014, is a good example of what all of Colorado and the Midwest will be experiencing throughout January.  Expect some small breaks between fronts, but what you’re experiencing now, will continue.

In February, expect temperatures to drop just a bit more than January’s will have been and stay longer with no breaks until after mid-February.

This is for all of Colorado, and not just around Denver.

“anything specific for the northeast?” Ed

What I see happening in Colorado will be equaled in the New England states.  The impact is to be weighed against the ability to ride out the severity of the weather, which the Northeast has practice with.

Select the “Weather” category in the right column to pull up the articles about the Winter 2014 predictions – that is now here upon us.

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This winter will be remembered, not just for the severity but because there will be fatalities from the severity of the cold.

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“Having faith has always been God’s answer to a problem.  Not having faith has never been God’s answer to a problem.” (The Rainbow Cards,  ©, 2000)

“Have faith in God, have faith in others, have faith in yourself.” Edgar Cayce

Predictions for 2014: Winter #14

What do you see for Ohio during winter 2014 (particularly the Cincinnati area)? Thank you for all that you do.  (Curious)

The people of this area are also going to have one of the worst winters they’ve seen.  January is here, and we’re starting the entrance into the worst of it.   For Cincinnati, expect more of the same of these types of Arctic fronts to come through.  Several of them in January.  Colder temperatures will be all through January.  As hard as it is to believe, though, February will be even worse.  For Cincinnati and all of Ohio and that region of states, expect blizzards almost continuously for the first 16-24 days of February (Feb. 1 or 2, to Feb. 23 or 24).   The cold weather will continue for the people of Ohio on throughout all February, but the last week of Feb. Ohioans will see the worst of it behind them.  Some raising of temperatures will come as March comes but it will be slow and the winter temperatures will be around until the 2nd week of March.  Spring temperatures will come, rising, as normal, in the 2nd half of March, but I’m seeing a late cold spell happening in the 1st half of the month of April.

Expect to see food prices at the grocery stores to start rising by mid-February and the steadily increase by the time March arrives.

This past summer was beyond average here in Germany and I’m wondering if the heat will continue to be extreme this year in 2014. I know you’ve been speaking of the US, but do you see anything for Germany? (My Muted Voice)

I see a normal winter through to the end of March.  With the mid-April entrance of warmer temperatures, I see only a small amount of rain.  I see some rain in April but going into May and June, the water Germany needs will come from the melting mountain snow.   At the moment I’m seeing: (this could change) by the time July and August arrive, Germany will have near-drought conditions with extremely low amounts of rain in June to no rain during July through to October.  During these few months, what rain comes will be negligible and only sprinkling.
The temperatures during May – October in Germany will be higher than average, but not as bad as 2013′s summer’s temperatures.  It’s the drought that will hurt most.

For several years, Germany’s weather will be erratic with wide swings.  This goes for all of Europe.  There will be pendulum swings with almost all the regions/countries.  The abnormal weather patterns are planet-wide.  And as a pendulum swings, there will be times of “normal” weather, but only as the pendulum is swinging back the other direction, if you know what I mean.  This means that the potential for Germany to have a strange 2015 winter/spring is present.

USA experiencing lots of snow and freezing temps. You are right on! (Kathy)

I’m glad I can help.  Remember that taking steps to be able to handle this weather is what these predictions are for.   And remember – when considering what to do to prepare, we also need to consider what we may be able to do to help others during this time.  Cooperation, contribution, and community are three things that are always worth the effort.

“God designed us to need one another.”  (The Rainbow Cards, ©, 1988)

Predictions for 2014: Winter #10

We’re already experiencing some of what the Winter of 2014 has in store.  There are colder than normal temperatures in many areas of the nation.  The purpose of this can help to give warning to what is yet to come.  Like a Tsunami that shows signs of an impending tidal wave, the cold weather we’re having can help to give us a “heads up” and be ready.

I see severe weather still hitting Central United States so hard that many will wonder if Nebraska still exists.   And again, preparation will be like those people who build houses along the coastlines – up on stilts.  Preparations save people from destruction and damage.  Sometimes, d&d cannot be avoided, but still if I’m going to have a house where it floods, I want my house up on stilts.  If I’m going to live where very severe winter weather hits, I want to have an environment/home/whatever is needed that will help me face the severity and come out the other end.

“God is here, all around us, within us, in this day, today, looking in and looking out at the world through our eyes.” (from The Rainbow Cards, ©, 2010)

Weather 2014: 9 – California question

Another question from readers:

Can you please update your comments on California? You wrote a nice long entry in 2009. Can you revisit this topic? Also can you comment on the weather for the Central Valley including rain for 2014 in particular?

For 2014, the winter of 2014 will hit the southeastern quadrant of the state the hardest.  While there will be colder than normal temperatures for California, there seems to be some weather related severe problems in the eastern half of the lower half of California.  This is from snow in the mountains.  I see more snow than normal in the mountains of this region.   This will be finished by the 4th week of February – with things starting to be back to normal by about that time.  Roads closed, very little travel through the mountain areas – especially severe during the 1st weeks of February.

The rain in the Central Valley for 2014 in particular. . . I see less rain than normal.  The farms in the Central Valley will have intermittent sparse rain.  This will mostly be during the spring months.  Some rain mostly during the 2nd half of April and the 1st half of May but outside this time, it will be sparse.  What may help is that I don’t see scorching heat, either.  I see cooler temperatures – not cold, but cooler than normal during the “sparse rain” times.

With earthquakes, I don’t see anything higher than a 5.5 and that being in southern California.  I’m only seeing 4′s and less in Northern California.

There will be a big storm in the 1st 3 months of 2014 in Sacramento.  Not weather, but political.  Things will be “settled” for the most  part at the end of March.  There will be lots of “hot, dry wind”, torrential speeches and turbulent emotions.  The storm will spill over into Los Angeles and San Francisco with mostly the same arguments in both places.  The slow news days won’t come until mid-April.

For the actual weather in northern California, I see colder than normal temperatures during the winter of 2014, but nothing dangerously low that would cause problems for longer than 1 day.  Right now, in looking at the nation, I’m looking for the severest effects on the populace that are creating the most severe hardships.  That severity won’t really be happening in California except for what I mentioned above, which again is still milder than what is going to hit the rest of the nation.

I’m ready for questions.

“The paradigm we hold in our own thoughts and beliefs is always going to be smaller than reality.” (from the Rainbow Cards, ©, 2012)

Predictions for 2014: Winter #8

I’ve been quiet, because I’ve been watching and waiting to see.   It’s November and what I’m seeing and experiencing appears to fall in line with what I’ve been trying to warn about.

Ahead: In general across the nation, I see pockets of relief from severe winter weather during the 2nd week of December, then the end of December/beginning of January.  But, this is the nation as a whole.  Also I see a gradual decrease in the temperatures as winter continues – on thru January and culminating in the what I’ve said before and even deeper drop in temperatures during the 1st half of February.  For the most part, this is what winter is, and is normal for what we’re used to, but this year the relief from cold temperatures and winter storms will be less and less.  In other words, more storms will come through with less time in between.

In addition: in general, the temperatures will be lower than average temperatures, and so many new record low temps will be experienced.

In our favor:  I do see the few higher temps of the last few months, in addition to the prayers of people, help to shrink the length of time that the severest of the severe will last.  It won’t end the severity, but it has helped to shrink the time – mostly during February.

So, what I’ve been seeing is a significantly hard winter on the whole.  It will be noticeable.

Go back and read the other blogs for a more detailed account of specific areas.

The November weather for the nation has been an effort to help us get ready – to be ready because the worst is yet to come.

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“God has never said ‘Don’t pray’ as the answer to dealing with our problems.” (from the Rainbow Cards, ©, 2001)

Q & A: Weather #7

The following Q&A is in response to the comments of the previous blog.

Disclaimer:  Just to let everyone know.  While I give the best information I can with what I see, I’m not thinking I’m going to be 100% accurate in all these predictions.  Nor do I think the meaning I put out may be exactly what you think I mean.  I’m seeing both general and very specific weather patterns in general areas, which means that I may be accurate in the state as a whole, but the block you live on in your city may be completely different than what I offer for the state.
P.S. Don’t ask about specific city blocks.  I’m giving what I see in general areas to inform as many people as are interested for the general area.

How much snow do you see the DFW metroplex? IngyBall 8/4/13
While DFW  will mostly have a dry winter, I can see at least 6 inches of snow during one period.  Right now, 4-6 inches in different areas.  I see mostly ice staying on the ground, rather than large amounts of snow.

The traffic will be affected for a few days.  For the most part, though, DFW will have a dry winter just be ready for a difficult times during February.  This is also true for much of NE Texas.  Expect power outages and some ice on the roads.   The snow and ice won’t melt quickly.  The length of coldness and the strain on the people is what will cause most problems.  Prepare for staying at home more because the roads will be almost impossible to drive.

I don’t see a lot of tornadoes for the DFW area this next winter.

Western North Carolina? Cold? Dry? Windy? Dave 8/10/13
You’ve pretty much answered your own question, didn’t you?  I don’t see it that dry, though.  Western NC isn’t always cold, but it will be this coming winter.  Western NC isn’t always windy, but some of the winter storms will bring winds. On the whole, the arctic winter storms for NC will be dissipated by the time they reach the NC area.  I do see one strong winter storm at the 2nd half of January. Feb will have NC experiencing the the same front the rest of the nation experiences. But, better able to handle some of it, so the impact won’t be as severe.

In the mountains?  expect skiing conditions to be good…. and cold.  The weather wont be too far out of the norm for NC weather.  Colder than the averages and of longer duration, but not disastrous. NC is protected some by distance away from the western Rockies where most of the devastating storms will be going through.

NC is also protected “some” by the “warmer” waters of the Atlantic.

A stock Market crash? Lisa, 8/17/13
Expect the housing market to have several wave valleys – a mild one in the winter/spring because of the harder winter.  I am not seeing a major market crash that will cripple the economy.   I do see it going through tough times and good times, but not stopping the nation.  I leave this question open though, for more exploration in the future.  Remember, the economy is not the author of our own individual lives.   We are our own authors.

“Control of one’s life is not given, it is taken.”  The Rainbow Cards, ©,1997

The Summer of 2013 is Ending

I have watched and examined weather patterns all summer long to be able to offer as accurate information as possible regarding the coming 2014 winter.  As we enter into the Autumn now, the stage is being set.  I still see February, 2014 as being almost as severe as I mentioned in my previous blogs.  I say almost, because I’ve seen counter patterns be applied to influence the results.  By this I mean, we did have some high temperatures during the summer which help to influence and bring the following winter temperatures up.   This was not enough to negate the winter, 2014 experience completely, but anything that helps is welcome.

The effects of the hotter summer will mostly benefit the southeastern states, by the cumulative effects weakening the fronts that will bring the temperatures and storms down to that area.  Just don’t breathe a sigh of relief, yet.   At this point, I see our prayers more helping people be able to go through the situations than changing the weather during this time.

Winter 2014 Predictions: #6

A few more questions:

“Now what do you have to say for winter 2014?  Here in Utah is extremely hot temperatures. Should we expect a mild winter now?”  Tatiana, July 3

The higher temperatures are helping, but not enough to turn the weather around from what I see.  It’s like having a large block of ice and pouring a pot of hot water on it, the block of ice is affected, but not completely to melt the whole.  The hardest part of winter, 2014 for Utah will be in both January and February- differently for each month.  Working on your side, though is the strength of prayer in the cultures  of Utah.  This prayer will help people to cope and deal with the harder winter.  Utah will fare better than others.  The prayers of a few will save many.

“Will the Mars One project be successful?” Lisa, July 6

I see it being successful for those that are contracted to help fulfill many of the technological needs of the project.  I do not see it completing the project as currently planned.

“Do you know what the winter 2014 will bring for west Tennessee?”  Riddles, July 12

Tennessee as a whole is also going to face difficult weather.  While Tennessee is on the border of where I see the arctic fronts progressing,  I see West Tennessee facing the coldest temperatures and East Tennessee being protected somewhat from the progression – not completely because the whole of the U.S. will be affected in some way.

It is possible that one side of the state will be abnormally buried in snow and the other side with a normal amount.  The western half of the state can expect a winter where the snow is so much that people have difficulty traveling their normal routes – some paralysis of movement.  Meanwhile the eastern half of the state, while they get some snow, it will not paralyze them.   Tennessee will see their share of extremes.

“Wondering about fall and winter weather for East Texas in 2013-2014.” Betty, July 12

“I was wondering how far into Texas do you see the severe cold temperatures dipping. We live just North of Houston and it hasn’t been really bitter in quite a long time.”  Sally, July 23

Texans are going to be hit from the Panhandle to Brownsville, from El Paso to Beaumont and beyond.  Prepare for February to be one of the worst you’ve experienced here in Texas.  As January progresses, the signs will be the average temperatures in January steadily going down.  Then from Feb 1-5, the warnings will come from the meteorologists.   Houston will be greatly affected, as will all other areas of Texas including the Rio Grande Valley and it’s agricultural economy.  Only with preparation, will someone in Texas be able to say, “It wasn’t that bad…. for me.”

“Will there be a crash in the 2014-2015 time period?”  Lisa, July 15

I’m not seeing what I would consider a “crash”.  Define what you consider a “crash”, and I’ll add what I see.  Meanwhile, the food prices for summer of 2014 being most affected, and therefore going up.  (Again, growing one’s own garden is always an act of wisdom.)

“How will the 2013-2014 winter of MA be? I live on Cape Cod.” Mark, July 18

I could say that Cape Cod will be facing colder weather, but you wouldn’t notice it once it happens.   While Cape Cod does usually experience some nice days even during the winter, this next winter will only be fewer nice days.   MA has handled cold winters and will do this one, too.  The colder, northern states are built for cold weather and will take it all in stride.  What’s the difference if you have a February of 2 weeks of Zero weather vs. 3 weeks of Zero weather, or 3 weeks of temps in the teens and 20′s vs 4 weeks of temps in the teens and 20′s.  Very little difference for the northern states that have this as the norm.  The warnings are mostly meant for those who don’t know how to live with cold for long durations – like the south.  The north will say, “Yawn, we live that way all the time.”

“I plan to get married on July 19th, an outside wedding, hoping for some awesome sunny weather what to you foresee?” Stacy, August 2

Congratulations and may God bless you both with happiness and long life together.  I could tease you by saying, if you have your ceremony in the Arctic, it will be cold, and in Death Valley, it will be hot, and in Seattle, it will rain that day. . . but, I won’t do that.

By the time the summer of 2014 gets here, I see the forces affecting weather in so many regions to be back to a type of balance.  So, wherever you decide to have your outdoor wedding, you can plan for that area’s general weather to be back in place.

But, only because the pendulum is then in the process of swinging back the other direction, if you know what I mean.

However, Europe by the time July, 2014 arrives will have some extreme temperatures – mostly hot.  They’ll be suffering record breaking spells going up and down, both.  Asia, on the whole will be averaging out, as it is generally,  Australia will be having their winter in July, and will have slightly higher temperatures giving them a milder winter.  South America will experience their average weather.  And the Antarctic will be melting even more.

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“To say that some activity is a spiritual activity only means that we practice our spiritual principles and beliefs while doing it. —–   To say that some activity is not a spiritual activity only means that we did not practice our spiritual principles and beliefs while doing it.” (©, 2013, The Rainbow Cards.)

Winter 2014 Predictions: #5

I’ve gotten a lot of followup questions for different parts of the country and outside the US, so I’ll answer these in this separate blog instead of the comments section.

“Jodie, What do you see for southeast lower Michigan for Winter 2014?” M.

“Hi Jodie, I am from the UK.  Can you predict weather for May, 2014 in UK?  London maybe?” L.

“What type of winter weather (2013-2014) for Nebraska?” G.

“I was wondering how this was going to affect crops and the economy. I believe that there will be an economic crash in the not too distant future – perhaps happening in 2014/2015. What are your thoughts?” L.

First, the specifics:

SE. lower Michigan – With most of the worst part of the winter storms happening across the midwest, southwest and western US, the effects of these colder patterns, will stretch out to the Eastern parts of the US.  This doesn’t mean that the Eastern areas of the US will be affected in the same ways, but rather, the Eastern areas will not go unscathed.  Lower temperatures will hit all the way across the US.

However, the major areas are central, western and southwestern US.   The arctic fronts that cause these storms and temperature drops will reach this far, and these areas, because they’re not used to this kind of weather, and in many ways not prepared for it, will be affected most strongly.

Michigan, on the whole, will be colder than average during the times I’ve been pointing to, but is set to handle the cold better, because it always gets cold weather.  So, Michigan and this region will face cold weather harsher than normal, but not to the extreme that I’ve mentioned.    So, Michigan, Indiana, Ohio, Pennsylvania and the areas, prepare for a somewhat longer winter, and a somewhat colder one.  With extra heating fuel, and other “longer winter” preparations, you should be able to “weather” it well enough.

Nebraska:  Nebraska is going to be in the middle of some of the harshest winter weather that we see.  Prepare for long-durations of winter storms.  This will absolutely affect agriculture as well as transportation.  I keep looking at what I see to check if I’m accurate and every time I look, I see the same thing – harsh winter storms of long durations.

Prepare for them, and by all means, check other sources.

I see wind, snow, blizzards, people being socked in, transportation stopping,  potential disaster declarations.

I see December being close to normal, but the temperatures through the month of January will go down gradually (slightly warming at the beginning of January, but going down from then on) and in February, the harshness will be here and here to stay.  Expect February’s harsh and  potentially deadly weather to stay the whole month with no letup until March begins, and then only gradually.

By mid-March, you’ll be out of the worst of it and start seeing some  small signs of Spring.

The UK. specifically, London:  London’s and the UK’s weather patterns are going to be different, of course.   December, 2013: I see nothing special happening – from my vantage point, it appears to be normal muggy, somewhat cold weather for London but not so much for the UK on the whole.  January, 2014:  this is when London and the UK as a whole will have basically the same weather.  In general, it appears to be more wet weather than cold, but with some sun.  For London, the month can still have more rain than the averages.  February is when I start seeing a lot of clouds and foggy, muggy, wet, gray weather through the UK as a whole, including London.  For the UK, wholly, this will be through the entire Spring of 2014.  London will have some spots of sun during March and April but not as much as normal.  In comparing this to other years, the UK and London will have more clouds and muggy gray wet weather than normal.   The UK and London will both come out of this weather pattern in June – for the most part.

This will affect the emotional and mental states of people.  Especially during April and May, when people expect more sunshine, but it doesn’t happen.   This can be helped by prayer to help balance the weather patterns.

I don’t see much transportation problems during this time, but this will affect widespread moods.  There are potentials for flooding in some areas.

The economy related to the weather:  Absolutely, this will be devastating to the midwest and southwest – major agricultural centers.  This will cause prices for food to go up.  Even local growers – farmer’s markets will be affected.  But, I don’t see an economic collapse based on these events alone.  I’m seeing the economy struggling and taking a beating, as it has in the past, but not collapsing.  The best way to “weather” the storms is for each individual to prepare, and when the times arrive, help others during this time, as well.

We won’t be able to do well, if we think we are an island with no connection to others.

All weather around the globe is connected.  Everything impacts everything else.  I see Europe’s weather being wetter than average.  I see the Southern Hemisphere being wetter on the whole, also as you get closer to the equator, but droughts happening further from the equator.  Australia will be slightly cooler.  Specific areas will be different, but on the whole wetter and more clouds.

If I see any of this change, or if I can see more detailed information, I’ll add it to this site.

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“Christ is the teacher of all lessons of life, and is aware of all the parameters that we have set up, and in which our lessons come forth, hoping beyond hope that we will come to Him to get the answers.  Of course, the one answer He gives most often – Love – since real Love is the answer to so many problems.  It is Love that leads us to cooperation so that all can help each other make it through the life challenges and life burdens together.”  The Rainbow Cards, 2013

Predictions for the Winter of 2014: #4

With regards to the weather of next winter, I’m pretty much not seeing anything but what I’ve been telling you.  The signs along the way have been milder or colder spring for 2013, leading into a milder summer of 2013, leading into a colder autumn of 2013, leading into a cold December, a colder January, and then in February 2014 temperatures taking January’s temperatures and dropping another 20° F from there throughout the entire month of February.  I don’t see temperatures coming up to the usual temperatures (averages) until May of 2014, when it will get hot again.  March will still be a “colder than the averages” March affected by the cold February.  April will still have some residual low temperatures and then May.  I currently don’t see March and April of 2014 temperatures fluctuating up and down as much as this year’s March and April, but rather being a steady cooler than normal few months.

This is more the predictions for the states hit hardest, including Texas, during the winter of 2014.  The states in the southeast, South Carolina, Georgia, Florida, will have  a milder spring compared to previous years, but nothing to write home about.

Keep your coats and jackets out until May of 2014.

In December of 2013, in your regions, keep your ears open for the meteorologists to start giving warning about what kind of winter we’re going to have.  That’s when they’ll have the weather models to back this up.  I’m mentioning it now, because I’m getting ready for it now.

Many people make predictions about coming events.  Many of these events never happen.  If I’m wrong, there is always a viable reason and that information is also available psychically.  I study this factor regularly to be able to be as accurate as possible.

Currently, in much of Texas, I see  2 1/2 to 3 weeks of continued frozen temperatures – not going above freezing during the day – in the single digits to 20′s.  Texas and states of the south aren’t designed for Minnesota weather and hence why it is so difficult.  All the homes, all the infrastructure is designed to handle heat, not cold.

The North and New England states will “weather” (pardon the pun) the winter better simply because they are “built” for this type of hard cold.  Their homes and infrastructures are built to help them endure the cold.

Expect airports to close and airline flights to be severely affected by the cold of the winter of 2014.

A national emergency will be declared in some areas.

People will remember this.

More on the Predictions for the Winter of 2014: #3 of ?

Excerpts from comments earlier:

All the factors are lining up for it being a seriously severe winter in 2014. Because the temperatures are mild / cold right now in much of the areas I’m mentioning, this means that the temperatures in the winter of 2014 will be colder. This is not a causal factor, but rather “signs along the road” factor. This means that winter coldness is not caused by spring and summer coldness but rather that the temperatures in the spring and summer of 2013 and the temperatures in the winter of 2014 are being affected by the same things.

The bottom line answer is ‘Yes’, Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Kansas, Texas, New Mexico, Nebraska, Colorado especially, – these states will be hit extremely hard during the winter of 2014… and over a longer duration.

This is what I see psychically.

Also more excerpts:

North Carolina will be hit especially hard during the winter of 2014. Right now, I’m seeing very hard storms – meaning high winds, extra-low temperatures, more snow than average, and it lasting for longer durations. I can see one very long period of three weeks where it seems like it will NEVER end. I encourage preparations to be made.

With regards to whether to prepare or not – don’t gamble based on whether you think I’m wrong or right. The issue isn’t whether I’m wrong or right – the issue is whether you’re prepared. It’s not a matter of “if” it happens – it’s a matter of “when” it’s going to happen. Psychically, I see it happening. I can be off some, but I have no qualms of putting that here if I am. Currently, I’m still psychically seeing what I’ve stated above. If it changes, I will put that here, also.

Finally, praying helps more than not praying.

Predictions for the Winter of 2014 (Part 2 of ?)

We’re barely into the winter of 2013, but I’m going to talk about 2014 some more.  This is an addendum to the 2014 winter conditions.

Folks, I’m still seeing serious conditions for the winter of 2014.  However, I do see some potential help in the form of weather conditions during the summer of 2013 helping to alleviate the drastic 2014 winter.

Weather patterns are such that each day or week or month or year of weather is a stair step from the previous day or week or month or year.  Each weather pattern impacts the next pattern, which then impacts the next and so forth and so on.

I am seeing that if we have a very hot summer of 2013, this will help alleviate the energy contributing to the patterns leading up to the winter of 2014.  I see a reciprocal effect.  If the heat temperatures are extreme during the summer of 2013, the winter temperatures will go up.  If the summer of 2013 temperatures are mild, the winter 2014 temperatures will be lower and the conditions harsher.

With this, in Colorado especially, I see blizzards and blizzards.  I see potentially 4-5 weeks of steady blizzard storms being so bad as to cause Colorado potentially to be declared a national disaster area.

This is not a normal winter of a blizzard going through for a few days and then the sun coming out.  This is an experience of virtually no one seeing the sun for 5 weeks or so with storm after storm after storm over and over creating the effect of seeing no end in sight for a long period of time.  I see winds and snow constantly and continuously requiring people to take emergency steps to get through this.

This is why I pray for healthier weather patterns – because I see people suffering and people dying through a winter like this.  This is why I pray and meditate now, so that weather patterns can be normalized by whatever way may be available for us to help.

This that I see in Colorado will be equaled in the New England states.

Those of you who like to ski and snowboard in Colorado, there will be times for you to enjoy it, but I see it being safer earlier in the season – before mid-December or way later in the season – March.  The second half of December will be storms with some lessening in the first half of January, but not much.  Then the 2nd half of January it will hit until March and as of today, I see it hitting hard.

Remember what I saw and wrote about the Gulf of Mexico hurricane season of 2006.  There were so many millions praying across the nation to help the people hit by Katrina that they brought forth the Christ Spirit to protect the Gulf from hurricanes during the 2006 and half of the 2007 hurricane seasons.  Prayers can help now.   Prayer can change the future.  I would rather prayers come to change this than someone say, “Hey, you were right about 2014.”

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“Which do you think will help more, praying or not praying?”  The Rainbow Cards (©, 2009,-2013 Jodie Senkyrik)

“Prayer can change things.  The more prayer, the more change.”  The Rainbow Cards (©, 2009,-2013 Jodie Senkyrik)

“If you’re having trouble praying, ask God to help you.”  The Rainbow Cards (©, 2009,-2013 Jodie Senkyrik)

Predictions for 2012 and Beyond

Two friends of mine, who are also intuitive and receive information about this time and more, have shared information with me.  D.T. and C.B. have shared information about the 2012 impacts and the years coming up.

D.T. shared information regarding spiritual changes happening starting Dec. 21, 2012.   His information rings true when he shared it with me.   I share his information and my explanation of why it’s accurate in my latest audio file available here and on the download page.  Warning, it is difficult to understand on the surface, but if you listen through to the end of the discussion, hopefully, an understanding will come.

And in a discussion with C.B. we both confirmed what the other was seeing – a dark time/destructive event or series of events happening sometime in 2014 to 2016.  I see it more happening in the 2nd half of 2015 and in talking to him, we fleshed out more that there would be real signs in the two months leading up to the major event.  (I’ve had a flash of how it would manifest but at this moment, the flash is eluding me.  However, I will seek more information if available.)

I talked about this some in the blog article “Japan and Earth Changes”.  In the article, I put forth that the 2nd is weather related and speak of a seriously devastating 2014 winter.  What I get now is that the 2nd event is more than just a bad winter in 2014.

It is the second of three major events of which the 2004 Tsunami of Indonesia and Indian Ocean was the Preface of three events.  The Japanese Nuclear/Tsunami disaster was #1.  Two more disasters are in place to manifest.  In talking to C.B., we were able to identify that two months of signs giving warning will precede the 2nd event.

By the time the Summer of 2013 comes upon us, I believe I’ll be able to give information on the severity or non-severity of the 2014 winter in time to prepare, if needed.   Remember, I’m seeing the 2nd event in 2015, not 2014.

Meanwhile, I believe the 3rd event will now be spread out over 2017-2019/20 and will be economic in nature.

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Having faith has always been God’s answer to a problem.  Not having faith has never been God’s answer to a problem. (From The Rainbow Cards, ©, Jodie Senkyrik, 2006-2013)

Use your imagination to imagine what it would be like to have Christ holding your hand right now.  Do this when trouble arises, too.  (From The Rainbow Cards, ©, Jodie Senkyrik, 2006-2013)