Few days after Pastor E. A Adeboye reveals Prophecy For 2018 few of his prophecy has been fulfilled concerning the international scene, according to him he said that there will be record breaking temperatures both high and low. Shockingly Niagara is experiencing a record breaking winter fall.
Mist from the surging waters has been freezing instantly on everything it touches, coating trees, walkways, cliffs and overlooks in a dreamy, brilliant white. Visitors hardy enough to withstand the bone-chilling cold are treated to snapshots and selfies in a winter wonderland.
“It’s outstanding. As cold as it gets, it’s a year-round attraction,” Paul Tabaczynski said during a visit to see the spectacle on Tuesday. A Buffalo native, he lives in Dallas now but remembered to dress in layers — flannel over a T-shirt and a lined sweatshirt that passes for his winter jacket in Texas.
Although everything around them freezes, the three waterfalls that make up the natural attraction between the United States and Canada continue to flow and churn up the frosty mist. The westerly wind usually blows it toward the U.S. side, National Weather Service meteorologist Steven Welch said, where the moisture wraps every inch of the landscape in white.
“I can’t feel my feet!” 12-year-old Keila Cruz told her father, Jonathan, as she and a dozen other family members thawed out inside the Niagara Falls State Park visitor center during a trip from Deltona, Florida.
“We haven’t even gone out yet,” Jonathan Cruz said. The family had only come from the parking lot about 200 yards away, but with temperatures in the teens and wind gusting over 40 miles per hour, the group needed a warming break before venturing to the water’s edge.
Another major event of the prophecy that is already being fulfilled is the fact that the man of God also said that there would be more floods, apparently thousands of homes have been left without power as Storm Eleanor hit Britain with winds of up to 80mph.
Forecasters warned lives could be at risk from flying debris as the fifth-named storm of the season arrived on Tuesday evening.
An amber weather warning was issued for southern parts of Northern Ireland and northern England as well as southern fringes of Scotland overnight.
Around 22,000 houses in Northern Ireland and scores more in England were affected by power cuts.