Midwest rain, Dallas, New Orleans, Miss. river

2007-2009: So much rain will fall in the Midwest during this entire time, (including some in 2007, because of it contributing to the whole amount that contributes to the eventual flooding) that it can be considered Biblical in nature. The 3 years of 2007 through and including 2009 will bring rain almost continuously in the greater portion of central U.S. and so much so that it will be as if the great flood of the Bible is happening again, only spread out over 3 years. Flooding will be all through the midwest and south central U.S. The Mississippi River will become as if a sea. (Added 8/3/06)
In the Dallas, TX area: I’m seeing it get bad but not right away and not forever and ever a deluge. The drought is over as of September, 2006, because the heat will dissipate. Most of the drought was worse because of the heat. It will be a cool autumn starting now (9/19/06). The Dallas area is going to have a normal amount now, and in general in 2007, we will have what people think of as a normal amount, but it’s just the beginning, because 2008 and 2009 will be potentially twice what we get in 2007. The midwest (central US, along the Mississippi) will be so flooded that it will put New Orleans in danger again. For many, I’ve been seeing the rains return in October, 2006 steadily, as a normal amount, then in March, 2007, the rains start hanging around.

Expect a wet November and December, 2006 and all the lakes around Dallas, TX will be filling back up. In 2008, the lakes will be escaping their banks and flooding some lower lying areas. There will be a continuing through 2009, and in the Dallas area, near the end of summer of 2009, the seriousness will subside, with some waters receding back into their banks, but not back to normal again for the Dallas area until the end of 2009. 2010 will be considered a normal rainfall year, with 2011 being slightly less but still normal. 2012 I’m seeing other things taking priority over discussing the rain. Added 9/19/06

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