NYC: Hottest November day since 1948

New York recorded its hottest November 6 in nearly 70 years.

Hotter than july in the beginning of November, Central Park, NYC.
Hotter than july in the beginning of November, Central Park, NYC.

The thermometer in Central Park reached 74 degrees Fahrenheit (23 Celsius) at 1:37 p.m., matching the previous record set in 1948, according to the National Weather Service.

At LaGuardia Airport, the mercury rose to 75 degrees Fahrenheit, thrashing the previous record of 71 degrees set in 1948.


My comment:

Keep the global weather hype aside.

What do the Bible say?

As we approach the end of the age, we shall see the climate go off balance. We shall see extreme weather conditions. Rain in the desert of Chile, less ice in the Arctic ocean, and hotter than July in the November sun in New York City.

Jesus told the Jews, that they were cleaver in watching the weather. But still dinned not understand the times they were living in.

 Matthew 16:2-3
He replied, “When evening comes, you say, ‘It will be fair weather, for the sky is red,’ and in the morning, ‘Today it will be stormy, for the sky is red and overcast.’ You know how to interpret the appearance of the sky, but you cannot interpret the signs of the times.

Do you understand what time you are living in?

That the return of the Messiah as the lion of Judah is imminent?

Still I am marvelled, looking at the multitudes of people, all of them disconnected from the spiritual realities, They do not yield their life to the living God.

Repent or perish.

Written by Ivar

One thought on “NYC: Hottest November day since 1948

  1. Is 23 degree Celsius correct. Yesterday was 38 degree Celsius in my home town and that is normal this time of the year. Some days up to 46 degree Celsius.

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