Convergence of Signs

Sydney Australia warned about more storms. Videos. So What!? (Sigh… there is nothing unusual about more thunder storms … anywhere in the world for that matter). Let’s dig a little deeper to see if there is any ‘correlation’ or ‘causation’ between ‘events.’ Maybe, just maybe, your eyes might be opened. Part 1 of 3 parts.

Luke 21:11. Fearful sights and extreme natural disasters in ‘diverse places’ around the world. Extreme natural disasters that are increasing like the birth pains of a woman in labor.

Sydney Australia warned about more storms. Videos. So What!? (Sigh… there is nothing unusual about more thunder storms … anywhere in the world for that matter). Let’s dig a little deeper to see if there is any ‘correlation’ or ‘causation’ between ‘events.’ Maybe, just maybe, your eyes might be opened. Part 1 of 3 parts.

Australian Associated Press. Fri 8 Feb 2019

Thousands of Sydney residents were left without electricity after an intense burst of thunderstorms caused widespread power outages on Friday evening.

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Endeavour Energy had resumed work on Saturday to restore power to about 5,700 properties that remained without power.

“There are nearly 300 electrical hazards needing repairs particularly where trees and large branches have fallen across powerlines,” a statement said.

The Bureau of Meteorology warned that the city could be hit by further storms on Saturday afternoon.

Nine people were rescued from floodwaters and more than 40,000 properties were without electricity after the storms on Friday evening across Sydney and the Illawarra and the Hunter regions.

Flash flooding in Parramatta and other parts of western Sydney turned intersections to lakes and led several drivers to ask the SES for help.

Guildford copped 61 millimetres of rain, including 47mm in just 30 minutes while Sydney Olympic Park received 40mm in the 40 minutes to 7pm.

The SES was responding to more than 500 jobs, mainly for leaky roofs and fallen trees.

Endeavour Energy said on Saturday crews had restored supply to more than 23,000 customers overnight but extensive repairs were needed to get power safely back to other properties.

Because of the work required, it wasn’t possible to give an accurate estimate of when specific customers would have their electricity restored.

About 15,000 properties on Ausgrid’s network also went dark in the city’s north and east on Friday.

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