Watchman: Three-Foot-Deep Hail Fell in Areas of Texas. God’s Talking Not Many Are Listening, Its NOT Climate Change

By SRH, Three-foot-deep hail fell in certain areas of Texas.The National Weather Service reported up to three feet of hail in some areas of San Angelo and Concho County. Tornadoes and torrential rains hit the state during the same intense storm system that produced the hail. According to reports, hail caused major damage and was as large as a baseball. Has hail ever looked like this before? Texas has seen a very eventful week. There have been strong gusts, flooding, tornadoes, and large hail.The Lone Star State is still under threat of severe weather throughout the weekend. hDQ2qnsTkR    May 4, 2024, WeatherNation (@WeatherNation) Another gorilla hail stone intercepted while a cone wedge was forming! This supercell is continuously producing large tornadoes west of Highway 285! Edgar O’Neal, WX    Dr. Reed Timmer (@ReedTimmerUSA) May 4, 2024 Several……...

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You’re on Your Own People, if You Believe Those

in Charge Are Trustworthy You’re Wrong, Largest Texas Power Coop Files for Bankruptcy… The Arctic blast and severe winter storms that pounded Texas weeks ago have claimed another victim as the credit crisis widens. Texas’s largest power cooperative filed for bankruptcy protection in federal court in Houston Monday, citing a $1.8 billion bill from the state’s grid operator, ERCOT, according to Reuters.  According to court documents, Brazos Electric Power Cooperative, the largest generation and transmission co-op in the Lone Star State, filed for Chapter 11 in the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of Texas. The company said it could not pay a $1.8 billion bill from ERCOT stemming from a severe cold snap last month. Brazos and other utility companies who have committed to providing power to the grid were unable to during the mid-February crisis that left up to 4 million…


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