First, a happy Thanksgiving, even if the world has gone mad, and the level of EVIL roaming around is spectacular. Still, one of the things that truly separates conservatives, patriots etc from the Marxist morons, Antifa Thug types and the “entitlement” agenda is that we are “the masters of our own fate,” and take responsibility for, and accountability for the logical consequences for our actions. Waaay back in the whole build up to the Y2K non event I saw somewhere a signature that read, “The Universe Doesn’t Care If You Aren’t Prepared.” Yeah, that is the core belief for all us “domestic terrorists types.” At any rate, check out the links below and ask yourself: “If I had to spend 17 hours in my car, in a blizzard, would I be comfortable, or even would I still be alive?”
Here are some links to tell you what you need to have in your car trunk.
Here is why you need to do this.
Hundreds of drivers are left stranded near the Oregon-California border for 17 HOURS in blizzard as large swathes of the US are paralyzed by ‘bomb cyclone’ and up to 30 inches of snow – canceling flights as 55 million set off for Thanksgiving
- Two major winter storms are disrupting the travel plans of 55 million Americans setting off for Thanksgiving
- A 100-mile stretch of Interstate 5 in northern California was closed in both directions Wednesday
- Drivers report being stuck there for 17 hours in blizzard conditions and some spent the night in their vehicles
- Those living in the western two-thirds of the country have been hit with up to 30 inches of snow fall
- Snow is falling fast in southern Minnesota, where 12 inches or more is expected during the busy travel period
- More than a foot of snow is also forecast in parts of Wisconsin on Wednesday, with schools canceling classes
- Thousands were also without power in Missouri on Wednesday morning as high winds whip across the state
- And forecasters say possible tornadoes struck communities in Mississippi and Louisiana overnight
- Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade in NYC is also under threat because 40-50 mph gusts of wind are forecast
- The storm set to batter the Northwest through Wednesday has been labeled ‘historic and unprecedented’
- By the weekend, the intense weather is expected to move toward the East Coast, according to forecasters
Hundreds of cars were left stranded on Interstate 5 headed north from California into Oregon Wednesday following a major storm that dumped snow and created white-out conditions on both sides of the state borders.
Drivers reported being stuck for 17 or more hours in blizzard conditions and some spent the night in their vehicles as large swathes of the country were paralyzed by a ‘bomb cyclone’ and up to 30 inches of snow.
Stranded cars made it difficult for plows to clear the freeway and it was unclear when the northbound lanes would reopen. I-5 was closed in both directions late Tuesday because of the storm. The southbound lanes are said to have reopened at Ashland, Oregon early Wednesday.
Two major winter storms are disrupting the travel plans of millions of Americans headed to Thanksgiving Day destinations on jam-packed highways and airplanes Wednesday.