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On September 21, 2016, in the morning, a terrifying shelf cloud darkened the sky over Chicago, Illinois within seconds.

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The signs of the times are all around us, are you looking up? Are you awake? Recently in Chicago a shelf cloud turned the morning into night, instantly.

What is being called the ‘Whale’s Mouth,’ suddenly appeared on radar and practically devoured the entire city.

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A shelf cloud is a low, horizontal wedge-shaped cloud, associated with a thunderstorm gust front – or occasionally with a cold front.

A view from further off
A view from further off
Day into Night
Day into Night
Panoramic View
Panoramic View

The signs of the times are all around us, consult our archive located here, to learn more.

Works Cited

Strange Sounds. “Sky goes dark as scary shelf cloud engulfs Chicago.” Strange Sounds. . (2016): . . http://bit.ly/2cEv6si

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