Archive for cj.myfreeforum.org NEWS, prophecy, dreams, ZionsCRY, Bible, teaching, visions
 


       cj.myfreeforum.org Forum Index -> EARTH, Quakes, Weather
BornAgain2

New Mexico, fires, earthquakes, severe weather




Drought-fueled wildfires rage in New Mexico, California
6/2/13  In New Mexico, two other fires also raged out of control on Sunday, one of them consuming 7,476 acres 2,800 (ha) of Ponderosa pine forest in an area known as the Pecos Wilderness, authorities said.
It too was fed by severe drought conditions blanketing 98 percent of the state, weather officials said.

"This is a historic drought. We haven't seen a drought like this since the 1950s," said Dan Ware of New Mexico's State Forestry agency.
Smoke advisories were sent to residents throughout the state after smoke and falling ash filled the air over Santa Fe and neighboring areas.
The other New Mexico fire had consumed 1,745 acres of the Valles Caldera National Preserve by late Sunday, triggering the evacuation of about 50 families, fire officials said.
http://news.yahoo.com/drought-fue...-mexico-california-015618674.html


HARBINGER  WARNINGS - Isaiah 9 prophecy
When GOD destroys USA, you cant say He didnt WARN us!
http://cj.myfreeforum.org/about2307.html


              Posted   <*))))><   by  


ZionsCRY NEWS with prophetic analysis
http://cj.myfreeforum.org/forum10.php


 
BornAgain2

http://news.yahoo.com/firefighter...inst-mexico-blazes-030929275.html
Firefighters gain some ground against New Mexico blazes
6/7/13

By Zelie Pollon

SANTA FE, New Mexico (Reuters) - Firefighters, taking advantage of cooling temperatures, gained ground on Friday against a pair of blazes in New Mexico, one of them threatening dozens of archeological sites and sacred Native American landmarks west of Santa Fe.

The so-called Thompson Ridge fire, burning for a week in the Valles Caldera National Preserve, had scorched at least 14,000 acres of rugged forest lands as of Friday, with containment lines carved around 10 percent of the blaze so far, fire information officer Jan Bardwell said.

Bardwell said fire crews planned to begin assessing damage to Redondo Peak, a mountaintop considered sacred to many Native Americans that was the focus of intense protection efforts as flames raced over the area earlier in the week.

"According to the aerial flights, it looks really good, but we'll know more today when they get back," Bardwell said. "Firefighters did such a good job protecting historic and sacred sites throughout the caldera."

Fire officials said the preserve contains about 660 sites of cultural or archaeological significance, and that 200 of those were located in the projected path of advancing flames at one point.

In addition to saving various areas regarded as sacred to Native Americans, firefighters managed to protect a number of sites containing artifacts of early human settlement, as well as some historic ranch buildings and an ancient grove of trees called the "History Grove."

"Because trees of this age contain all this information, including climate information, saving them from the burning is a tremendous value to us," said Ana Steffen, a cultural resources coordinator for the Valles Caldera.

Improved weather conditions also helped firefighters secure more containment lines around the Tres Lagunas Fire, which was sparked on May 30 by a downed power line and has continued to burn east of Santa Fe.

Fire officials said that blaze had charred more than 10,000 acres and was one-third contained by Friday. Authorities ordered the evacuation of 144 homes at the fire's start, but they allowed residents of about a dozen homes to return on Wednesday.

Because incoming storms were bringing higher winds and humidity but very little rain, fire officials said they were wary of lightning strikes that could spark additional fires across New Mexico's drought-ravaged landscape.

(Editing by Steve Gorman and Eric Walsh)
CJ

Freak hailstorms dump tons of ice on New Mexico and Alberta, Canada
July 6, 2013 – NEW MEXICO
- A storm dumped inches of hail on Santa Rosa Wednesday evening leaving a lot of ice and damage in its wake. The storm, which moved in from San Miguel County, lasted for about an hour. Thursday morning, Santa Rosa still looked like a winter wonderland from the air. Ice blanketed the streets, parks and rooftops on the Fourth of July, the morning after the storm that dumped 3-6 inches of nickel- to golf-ball-sized hail that accumulated to feet in depth in some places. “It’s funny to see the people at Park Lake all in shorts and stuff and swimming trunks, and in the snow, it seems like,” Horacio Lopez said. Santa Rosa’s fire chief said while he appreciates the moisture during the long-running drought, the storm caused dangerous conditions on roadways. “Some people I talked to were stuck for five to six hours,” Chief Gilbert Romero said. “It’s just really bad, something I’ve never seen in my 50 years of life. I’ve never seen anything like this.” Some of the original stained glass windows, dating back about 100 years, at St. Rose of Lima Catholic Church were damaged by the hail. Resulting water damage also forced businesses to close including the Family Dollar as people continued to shovel hail off of roofs. “We’ve just spent the morning here trying to assess our damage,” Mario Trujillo, the owner of the Sun & Sand Restaurant, said. “Just looking at town, it’s just incredible. We’ve heard of carports falling.” Roberta Blea didn’t realize her carport had fallen on all three of her family’s cars until after the storm passed. She said the falling hail was so loud, they couldn’t hear the carport collapsing. “I looked out and it was just raining hail,” Blea told KRQE News 13. “I had never seen that happen. I just never even expected this much destruction. It’s devastating.” Forecasters with the National Weather Service said these types of hail storms aren’t uncommon, but that it’s rare for this to happen before monsoon season starts. –KRQE
http://tinyurl.com/NMnCanHAIL

Shocked
CJ

June 29, 2014
http://rt.com/news/line/2014-06-29/#65076

5.2 earthquake New Mexico near Arizona border
http://earthquake.usgs.gov/earthquakes/eventpage/usc000rnfe#summary

3.5 earthquake New Mexico, Arizona border
http://earthquake.usgs.gov/earthquakes/eventpage/usc000rnfg#summary
CJ

New Mexico wildfire
June 16, 2016
KOAT-TV  -  New Mexico Gov. Susana Martinez declares state of emergency over fast-moving Dog Head wildfire.  Martinez put the National Guard on standby.  Fire crews are having trouble fighting the flames because the inferno is moving too fast. Some residents have livestock and land in the region. If the wind picks up, there's nothing that is going to stop that fire.  The cause of the fire has yet to be determined. Probably Muslim terrorists.
http://www.foxnews.com/us/2016/06...cy-over-fast-moving-wildfire.html

Gov. Susana Martinez refused to provide security for Americans attending Donald Trump rally in 2016
SHAME ON HER!
CJ

Baseball sized hail in New Mexico
Sep 18, 2016  -  The New Mexico large hail reach up to 7 centimeters in diameter, larger than a baseball!  The bible predicts 100 pound hailstones.
http://strangesounds.org/2016/09/...ia-new-mexico-pictures-video.html

       cj.myfreeforum.org Forum Index -> EARTH, Quakes, Weather
Page 1 of 1
Create your own free forum | Buy a domain to use with your forum