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    Default Re: The Eleven Twenty-Five (11:25) Phenomenon and Major Natural Disaster Dates

    It sure is a scary situation unfolding, people here are very worried about what's about to take place and many stores in the area are already out of water and other goods. I gathered the most I could in case we lose power for days here in the interior of the state, it's mind-blowing to think how such a powerful hurricane could threaten to strike this far north and even stall over the area.

    We sure could use a huge fan to blow Florence away!!

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    Update...Twin Disasters, Half a World Away...
    Hurricane Florence made its slow landfall over the Wilmington area of North Carolina around 7:30 this morning and it continues to pummel the coastal Carolinas as it slowly heads inland into upper South Carolina...Catastrophic flooding already ongoing and will continue to get worse. This storm is far worse than a typical Category 1 hurricane (luckily it wasn't a Cat 4 like feared however!). Wind damage won't be much of a factor, but the water will be!

    HURRICANE FLORENCE RADAR 9/14/2018 Morning Landfall


    For the wind destruction, unfortunately this got delivered today as well, and on the other side of the planet! Category 5 typhoon Mangkhut quietly snuck behind Florence's news-grabbing attention and has made a direct strike on the northern Philippines as a monstrous 175 MPH Category 5 typhoon!! Massive destruction may have taken place in the region that was struck by the eyewall.

    SUPER TYPHOON MANGKHUT Philippines Cat 5 Approach 9/14/2018



    LANDFALL...Category 5!



    One can see just how intense this cyclone was when it slammed into the northern tip of the Philippines. Supertyphoon Mangkhut is one of the most powerful typhoons to ever strike this part of the Philippines...and now it poses a major threat to China, Landfall expected in China on 9/16. Watch out, this could still be a major storm when it roars ashore over there!

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