Unusually strong winds damaged a factory in Germany last Thursday.(Reuters)
Unusually strong winds damaged a factory in Germany last Thursday.
(Reuters)

What Is Wrong With the Weather?

January 30, 2007  •  From theTrumpet.com
It is one thing when the Caribbean gets hit with a hurricane, but northern Europe getting pounded by hurricane-force winds is something else altogether.
 

Europe got pummeled by one of the worst storms in decades on January 18. Winds of up to 133 miles per hour swept off the Atlantic and ripped across the continent all the way into Russia, leaving a swath of destruction.

The storm killed at least 47 people, and left hundreds of thousands of homes without power, including a million people in the Czech Republic alone. Airports across the continent cancelled flights and battened down the hatches, leaving tens of thousands stranded.

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