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Storm Warning For November 2020

I’ve been getting repeated messages about storms in November 2020 from personal readings and when doing the tarotscopes for November/December 2020, so I thought I had to share.

If you’re a regular tarotscopes reader and viewer on my YouTube channel, you’ll know I’m not an alarmist, but sometimes we need to err on the side of caution, and this is one of those times. If this post helps one or two of you during this period, then it would have done its work!

So, here’s what I’ve been getting: the storms of November 2020 will be especially severe, and in particular winds will be high and rains heavy.
It’s likely that tornadoes will be late this year and stronger or more numerous than usual. Summer rains are likely to bring more flash flooding and even very early cyclones or cyclone-like storms. Blizzards are also very possible in some areas and may last longer than usual.

With this in mind, please take appropriate precautions for your area or the areas you’re travelling to. Be responsible. Stay informed about local conditions and ensure your vehicles are up to the weather so we don’t overtax first responders and other emergency services.

You may want to:

Northern hemisphere

Ensure storm-shelters are maintained and everyone knows the quickest routes to them.

You have sufficient food and water to get you through a prolonged storm or being snowed in.

You are aware of alternative routes and places of safety if driving through tornado and severe-storm prone areas.

Your vehicle lights, especially hazards, are in good working order. Use them in low visibility.

If you’re traveling to snow-prone areas, you have your snow-tires or snow-chains handy.

Inform friends or family of your travel plans/route, or if you’re going out of town for the day.

Check the weather report more than once a day and have severe storm alerts set up if you’re new to the area.

Southern hemisphere

You have sufficient food and water to get you through a prolonged storm and cuts in essential services like electricity/water/ telecommunications.

Your vehicle’s tires have enough tread to effectively prevent hydro-planing.

Your vehicle lights, especially hazards, are in good working order. Use them in low visibility.

You are aware of alternative routes and places of safety if driving through severe-storm prone areas.

Practice safe driving distances in wet weather, and refrain from driving in hail and storm bursts.

Don’t stand next to trees or climb hills when storms are approaching as lightning can still hit you.

Be aware of dips in the road that are likely to flood, and to reconsider routes with very low-lying bridges.

Inform friends or family of your travel plans or if you’re going out of town for the day.

Check the weather report more than once a day and have severe storm alerts set up if you’re new to the area.

And please ensure you have a dry, warm spot your pets and working animals can easily access if they’re outdoors.

Stay safe and healthy! Don’t take unnecessary risks with your life and others.

Author:

I'm a writer, blogger, tarot reader and designer. I'm also a CRES editor for the Myths Legends And Fairy Tales Department. I self-publish and have most of my eBooks on iTunes, Kobo, Barnes and Noble, Googleplay, Scribd, and other eBook stores, as well as through selected libraries. More of my audio tarotscopes are on https://www.patreon.com/LeennaNaidoo, search term tarotscopes on my Patreon page. Or subscribe to my YouTube channel: WriterstarotwithLeenna for free Pick-A-Cards on various topics. Enjoy!

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