Hurricane Escobar, Winter Storm Uteri Will Collide Causing Catastrophic Storm Next Week

Hurricane Escobar, Winter Storm Uteri Will Collide Causing Catastrophic Storm Next Week

The storm coming up from south will effect Florida and Alabama, and is set to continue moving Northeast all the way to Maine. Bread and milk prices expected to soar dramatically.

WASHINGTON, D.C. - 

Professor and Chief Scientific Meteorologist, Christian Cumulus, of Louisiana State University, as well as scientists at the National Weather Service of Central Florida, have confirmed the “utmost likelihood” of a potentially fierce storm in the Western Hemisphere, very likely the worst in over 500 years.

Cumulus says that the storm will come to fruition when expected Level-4 Hurricane Escobar and its frigid air counterpart, Winter Storm Uteri, are aligned for a massive collision headed straight for Gulf Shores, Alabama and will be affecting…

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