September 25, 2022

They apparently travelled back in time to warn us of the events to come

A supposed time traveller from nearly 70 years in the future has warned that “the worst hurricane in history” is heading our way in just a few days time.

Kim Windell Nocos claims to have returned to the present from 2090 to tell us about the disaster approaching.

Apparently it is people living in South Carolina that should be preparing for a hurricane to hit on August 14.

Posting on Facebook, the ‘time traveller’ said: “On August 14 the worst hurricane in history hits South Carolina this will be first ever category, 6 hurricanes with wind speeds of over 250mph know as ‘the first one’ it causes billions in damage and many people lose their lives.

“Be safe everyone.”

Kim’s warning (Image: Facebook / Time Travel)

According to the World Meteorological Organisation, South Carolina is set to enjoy warm weather over the next few days. A disastrous hurricane, on the other hand, is yet to be formally predicted.

Meanwhile, on this side of the globe, Brits have begun their battle against yet another heatwave which hit the UK on Thursday – and it’s forecast to last even longer than the one we experienced in July.

An amber weather warning for extreme heat has been issued by Met Office, which covers much of the southern half of England as well as parts of eastern Wales. Highs of 35C are forecast on Friday and Saturday.

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The warning will be in force until the end of Sunday and is expected to impact “health, transport and infrastructure,” Met Office said.

WENNINGTON, GREATER LONDON - JULY 20: An aerial view shows the rubble and destruction in a residential area following a large blaze the previous day, on July 20, 2022 in Wennington, Greater London. A series of fires broke out across England yesterday as the UK experienced a record-breaking heatwave. Temperatures in many places reached 40c and over. (Photo by Leon Neal/Getty Images) An aerial view shows the aftermath of a huge fire which broke out in Wennington, Greater London amid the July heatwave (Image: Getty)

Brits have been urged to not have barbecues in the tinder-dry conditions after 15 homes were evacuated following a garden fire that spread out of control in Essex on Saturday.

Scorching 43C temperatures in July saw a national emergency declared when fires broke out across London.

Thankfully, temperatures are unlikely to get quite as hot this time round, but Met Office meteorologist Tom Morgan said the heat will still be “very notable nonetheless”.

The UK and other countries across the world have faced the consequences of extreme weather in recent months as a result of climate change.

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