Shocking truth from a volcanic eruption eyewitness. Snowfall in California. Storm Aurora in Europe
On the Spanish isle of La Palma, the eruption of the Cumbre Vieja volcano is still continuing.
On October 24, there was the most powerful earthquake for the last month and a half of 4.9 magnitude. Consequently, the collapse of the volcano’s main cone continued.
In addition, the Spanish news portal la Sexta reported on the deformation of the surface of the island - this indicates the tremendous pressure of magma on the surface of the land.
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On October 23, 2021, the Etna volcano in Italy erupted again, with a massive discharge of pyroclastic material and lava fountains. The ashfall was reported in nearby settlements.
On October 20 and 21, 2021, Storm Aurora struck the countries of Western Europe.
Unfortunately, casualties and missing people have been reported.
In 12 departments of the country, a penultimate "orange" level of weather hazard has been declared.
Meanwhile, a tornado and strong gale force winds hit the city of Widnes, UK.
Germany faced a storm from the Baltic Sea. The gale force winds toppled trees, knocked out windows and ripped off the roofs of buildings.
In the Czech Republic, the disaster caused the most damage to the western regions. Winds with gusts over 150 km/h damaged roofs of houses and toppled trees. The transport system was disrupted. About 300,000 homes were left without a power supply.
Storm Aurora also caused significant damage to some regions of Belgium, the Netherlands and Poland.
From October 21 to October 22, 2021, strong winds and heavy rain hit the territory of Russia. In St. Petersburg, the wind was so strong that the bridges over the Bolshaya Neva and the Neva River were not raised.
Strong winds toppled dozens of trees in the Kaliningrad region. Houses, cars and power lines were damaged as a result.
On October 22, a strong hurricane hit Moscow.
On October 22-23, heavy rains hit northeastern Spain, causing severe flooding: the provinces of Valencia, Alicante, Almeria and Catalonia were affected. Stormy streams of water turned the streets of cities into waterfalls. Houses, basements and street infrastructures were flooded. Railway and road traffic was stopped in some places.
On October 22, 2021, heavy rains caused flash floods and landslides in four areas of the city of Abidjan in Côte d'Ivoire, West Africa. Unfortunately, casualties and injured people have been reported.
On October 23, an extensive storm system caused heavy rains and flooding in Algeria, North Africa.
On October 24, heavy rains reached southern Italy and northern Tunisia causing widespread flooding. Sadly, deaths have been reported.
On October 24, the city of Comodoro-Rivadavia in Argentina was also hit by a strong hurricane. Wind gusts reached 215 km/h. Strong winds ripped off the roofs of buildings and toppled trees.
On the same day, the state of California, which had recently experienced the most intense wildfire season in its history, was hit by a powerful hurricane. Unfortunately, deaths have been reported.
Heavy rains caused severe flooding.
San Francisco, Sacramento, and Oakland experienced record rainfall, several times the monthly norm, causing flooding and blocked roads due to mudslides and landslides.
And on Oct. 26, after widespread flooding, snowfall hit California.
On October 26, due to the storm and heavy downpours, a state of emergency was declared in New York, USA.
On October 27, several tornadoes were recorded in Texas and Louisiana. Sadly, there were casualties.
In the states of California, Oregon and Washington, over 140,000 houses were left without power supply due to the disaster. Several highways were blocked.
Today, our world faces its greatest challenge to civilization:
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