Winter Weather and more for 2015, 2016, 2017

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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“Loving us is second nature to God.  He doesn’t give it a second thought. ”  (The Rainbow Cards, ©, 2003-2015, Jodie Senkyrik)

“Jesus’ message is not: ‘Don’t do!’, or ‘Judge and condemn others!’ or ‘Guilt!’ or ‘Shame!’
His message is none of these.  It is simple.  It is plain.  It is
‘Love one another, as I love you.’ ” (The Rainbow Cards, ©, 2003-2015, Jodie Senkyrik)

 

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9 thoughts on “Winter Weather and more for 2015, 2016, 2017

      • I want to make sure I understand this correctly. Illinois hasn’t had a bad winter (2015/2016) because of the El Nino. 2016/2017 Illinois will get hammered with snow/ice/coldness. 2017/2018 we’ll have a blizzard and stay in the negative wind chill factor for days at a time? I’m just trying to prepare of the winter.

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        • The winter weather for Illinois didn’t start in December. Only 1 week of December was “in winter”. What you’re experiencing now is winter – January, 2016 and February, 2016, and part of March, 2016. This is the time I refer to when I mention the winter of 2016.

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        • Okay, so Dec 2016/Feb 2017. Will be out worse winter (Because you consider it 2017 winter). Then we go back to 2016 winter which will be out new normal winters. I think Illinois or Midwest is having cold spells here and there. I haven’t seen a good amount of snow since February 2014 when we got a blizzard. Seen 2 years of negative wind chills for days on out. Then I get this very mild winter with cold spells.

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        • Remember, human consciousness can affect weather as much as can affect the world and the future of mankind. Those who pray and meditate can affect the weather – and the future for mankind – for the better. The weather is only one part of this physical world that prayer and meditation can affect.
          If we sincerely want to bring real and effective change into the world, then start with the ONE who can truly help bring that change into existence. If we don’t start with God, then we weren’t really wanting real change.

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  1. Hi Jodie,can you get more specific about the winter weather in North Georgia and the Carolina’s for 2017…How many snow/ice storms will we receive….and how much? thx

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    • I’ll respond to this question as we get closer to the winter months. Right now, I’ll just add that, in general, the 12/2016 to 2/2017 winter will be one of the worst winters that we’ll see. Not THE worst, but one of the worst.

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  2. Hi Jodie
    Thanks for your psychic work.
    Here is a very interesting web site that is almost identical to your web site :Jeanne Mayell

    I we comparre theirs predictions to yours, is it almost the same at 90 %.

    It is interesting to know that a woman will win the next election..but , for only one term of 4 years..many political problems ahead for her presidency.. Big problem in 2018 with the melting of the North and South ice cap because permafrost gaz will melt the ice. Sea level rises at an alarming height from 2018…Check Florida an particulary the east coast seal level , economic crash in 2020 , like 2008 ,,but before that ,economy get high and down..instable, money value drop of …90%…Is it your third event ? big recession and recover in 2028.

    see more at the Jeanne Maywell web site. She has given interviews on coast to coast radio prgm with George Noury

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