While we’ve had a milder winter here in Texas, (for the most part,) and the New England and Great Lake states have had horrible weather, (for the most part,) this year’s winter is milder for most of the US.
Regardless of what you consider this year’s weather to be, mild or horrible or somewhere in between, next year, 2016, is going to be worse across the board, and 2017 will be almost equal to 2014. Remember 2014? It’s coming back. So, be prepared.
Around the world, for the most part, (not everywhere, though) this year could be called normal, but only because when the pendulum swings, there’s a moment when the pendulum is straight up and down. It’s “normal” and on its way to be “abnormal.”
2016 for Latin America and the northern countries of South America will mostly be wetter than normal.
Australia will get some rain this year, but nothing to balance the drought. Australia has a seriously difficult next 10 years ahead of her with regards to water. The worst of it will be in the years 2020 to 2025.
In Asia, (a large place), again, in general, 2015 will be milder than 2016 and 2017. 2016 will see Asia be a much, much wetter year. 2017 will see Asia be a much dryer year. Obviously this will fluctuate in specific regions. I’m stating this for the entire area in general.
I’m stating things in “negative” terms here, because we can do things to prepare and get ready, so that the impact won’t be catastrophic. There are “positive” things happening, also.
The Southern countries of South America will have helpful rain/sun balance from 2015-2017. Their agriculture productions will increase.
Mainland Europe, which will have some larger fluctuations in the weather, will have what can be called a “normal” balance of rain/sun in 2015 and their agriculture production will be near normal. In 2016, I see dryer conditions overall, but in 2017, a movement back towards more rain and closer to what can be called “normal”.
In 2015, the northern Asian countries will experience “mostly normal” weather as is now judged, but in 2016, those same countries will go for “mostly normal” to “abnormally colder”.
While this article can’t be considered a weather report for a specific area, I want to give people a view of what I’m seeing down the road. Preparation is always wise.
In the Old Testament of the Bible, Joseph interpreted the Pharaoh’s dream predicting 7 years of plenty, then 7 years of drought. They were able to prepare for what was coming. Fewer people are harmed when more people are prepared.
We’re in this together – everyone on the planet.
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His message is none of these. It is simple. It is plain. It is
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