World Predictions by Celebrity Psychic and Spiritual Medium Michelle Whitedove
2019 on a global scale there will be brutal unprecedented heat waves and record breaking temperatures this summer - Florida is included! So please get prepared.
2019 will be a record breaking year for Airline crashes due to many reasons - technical issues, maintenance issues, Heatwaves can cause a small plane to go down, and more. The Boeing 737 Max have already been grounded this year. But there will be many more … so stay safe and use discernment
Whitedove is Right! A record breaking JUNE Heat Wave begins
✔ CORRECT July 17 NBC News - Expected heatwave from 100 degrees to 107* Dangerous Temps in the USA, with an estimated 34 million people were already under heat advisories on Tuesday evening, and another 21 million were under excessive heat warnings, according to the weather service. "Hot weather is dangerous and can kill….Use air conditioning if they have it, and get to a cool, air-conditioned place if they don't," Dr. Oxiris Barbot, commissioner for the New York City
✔ CORRECT July 9, 2019 The HILL - Alaska’s record-shattering heat wave, with temperatures in Anchorage soaring to 90 degrees
✔ CORRECT June 29, 2019 FOX NEWS - Europe on 'red alert' as heatwave breaks temperature records, causes wildfires, claims multiple lives
✔ CORRECT June 25, 2019 Washington Post - Europe heat wave: France records all-time highest temperature of 115 degrees. For a third straight day, a ferocious heat wave is baking large parts of Europe, and the exceptionally high temperatures are making history. On Friday, the town of Gallargues-le-Montueux in southern France hit 114.6 degrees (45.9 Celsius), the hottest temperature ever recorded in the country.
✔ CORRECT CNN International June 23 2019 Germany's temperature record smashed as Europe's heat wave intensifies!
AIRLINE CRASHES, Aviation accidents and incidents in 2019 as Whitedove Predicted:
✔ CORRECT June 21 - July 17, 2019 Sixteen Small Plane crashes In The News-Yikes!
✔ CORRECT June 2019 Addison TX, Video showing the plane crash that killed all 10 passengers (3 couples and two children) on board. has been released. The cameras show the twin-engine 2017 Beechcraft BE-350 King Air careening sideways, flipping upside down, and exploding after crashing into an empty hanger after take off.