Flash flood warnings are posted throughout the Cornfield and across the heartland. Today an umbrella may help, but for places in the Deep South, a boat may be the only means of travel. Floods have turned deadly.
As June is winding down there is little to no change in the weather pattern.
Hot, humid and sunny with chances of thunderstorms reigns from the heartland to the Atlantic Seaboard. Out West the heat remains excessive and dangerous feeding wildfires, which are causing devastation.
Our thoughts and prayers to the great folk of West Virginia as they are dealing with the deadly consequences of flash flooding unseen for a thousand years.
Our hope that Harper’s Ferry Bureau Chief Ryn and her husband are safe and sound on the Mountain.
Over 30 million Americans woke today to find themselves stuck in the middle of one of the worst blizzards in 100 hundred years.
States of Emergency have been declared in 10 states. Snowfall is ranging between two to three feet. Ice and winds, coastal flooding are wreaking havoc on power lines. Thousands are without electricity.
In the Cornfield, snow is on the ground, but it is the frigid cold that is an issue.