Ramtha: strange storms “right down to the ankle of Italy”

Courtesy: Capracotta, Italy

– Ramtha: strange storms “right down to the ankle of Italy”
“More cold water from the melting of Greenland is sloughing off in the North Sea, and the winds from the North that are cooling down everything could stop this current conveyor belt. And do you know what happens when it stops? You have winter in the most severe ways. That is already under way.

To all of Europe — including right down to the ankle of Italy — an ice is coming, a warning is coming.
That nasty little environment will start to show itself only slightly this winter [2010/2011], so look for strange ice storms in Europe and the American north, and even look for them around the equator.”

– Ramtha, Afternoon Live Stream from Yelm
October 9, 2010

– “Snow place like this Italian village when it comes to one-day accumulation”
“It’s not an official record yet, but it looks like the Italian village [Capracotta, Italy] got 100.8 inches (256 centimeters) on Thursday [March 6, 2015], setting the all-time mark for most snow in 24 hours.
That’s more than Boston got in January and February combined, but just short of the 105.7 inches the city totaled so far for the whole season.”

“The World Meteorological Organization will confirm whether the snowfall actually surpassed the 24-hour snowfall record — 75.8 inches — from Silver Lake, Colorado, set in 1921,” quoting CNN.

– “The village that got eight feet of snow in one day”
“Italian village has broken records after it received a dump of more than eight feet (2.56 metres) in 18 hours”
By Nick Squires, The Telegraph, UK.
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