Make what you like out of it...the alternative view to extreme weather production...
depends on your faith and beliefs here, some will believe, some will rubbish...there will be no middle ground here on this one...but a worthy lot of quotes that have been around for 2000 odd years before "climate change severe weather" ever came into fashion...sure to create a storm here...here goes anyway....
"God's Weather Control in the Future
The Bible makes it quite clear that there will be a definite end to life as we know it. Earth's governmental systems, economic and trading systems, animal kingdom, and even geology will all be changed at the Second Coming of Christ. Our current age is coming to a dramatic end as God deals with rebellious nations. And just before these changes, at the very end of this age, it seems God will intervene in Earth's weather! For example, it will be a time of blessing for Israel. As God brings back His people from the nations and establishes them in their own land, He will also bless their land with the required rains. The wilderness turns green and becomes fruitful with the blessing of the required 'early' and 'latter' rains (Joel 2.21-27). In Israel the 'first' rains usually fall in early November, the 'latter' rains in April, corresponding to Autumn and Spring respectively.
But also at the very end of this age is seems God will use changes in Earth's weather to exact a series of judgements on the Gentile nations! Recall:
'For when the earth experiences Your judgements the inhabitants of the world learn righteousness.' (Isa 26.9)
These are more likely to be severe 'weather events' rather than long-term 'climate changes' simply because of the relatively short prophetic timescale involved. An idea of these changes is described in Isaiah. Chapters 24-27 of Isaiah are sometimes called 'Isaiah's Apocalypse' since they describe God's judgement upon the entire world for its sin. They also correlate well with judgements on the earth described in Revelation. Consider:
Drought and Scorching Heat
One of the judgements predicted by Isaiah appears to be drought:
'The earth will be completely laid waste ... the earth mourns and withers, the world fades and withers...'(Isa 24.3,4)
Drought is one of the consequences of disobedience (Deut 28.23,24)(Zech 14.17). Another form of judgement prophesied by Isaiah appears to be extreme heat - heat severe enough to kill people:
'Therefore ... the inhabitants of the earth are burned, and few men are left' (Isa 24.6)
The book of Revelation appears to speak of the same end time events and predicts extreme weather as part of God's judgement upon the nations. There will be fierce, scorching heat:
'The fourth angel poured out his bowl upon the sun, and it was given to it to scorch men with fire. Men were scorched with fierce heat ...' (Rev 16.8,9)
Storms, Torrential Rain, Snow and Extreme Hail
When questioned about the end of the age, Jesus hints at wild weather:
'There will be ... dismay among nations, in perplexity at the roaring of the sea and the waves' (Lk 21.25)
The root meaning of the Greek in this verse can mean nothing else but literal sea and literal waves. The word 'roaring' comes from the Greek 'echeo' meaning 'to make a loud noise'. Hurricanes and coastal flooding spring to mind.
Then there's the future Gog-Magog War. At some point in the future (biblical timing here is uncertain), it seems Iran, together with other Islamic nations, will invade Israel from the north (Ezek 38). But just as God intervened to release Israel from the grips of Pharaoh, so He will intervene to protect Israel from the invading armies. As with Joshua (see above), the weather plays an important part in their defeat:
'... I will rain on him (Gog) and on his troops ... a torrential rain, with hailstones ...' (Ezek 38.22)
Hail features high on the weather ingredients list at the end of the age. It is part of God's judgement upon the nations. Besides fierce heat there will be extreme hail and snow storms:
'Or have you entered the storehouses of the snow ... which I have reserved for the time of distress ...' (Job 38.22,23)
'... and huge hailstones, about one hundred pounds each, came down from heaven upon men ...' (Rev 16.8,9,21)
Clearly, God intends to use short-term weather changes to influence world affairs in the future. Since there is clear Biblical support for God's control of past and future weather, it is logical to ask 'is God speaking through climate change or severe weather events in today's world?'. How close are we to these future events?"http://www.seekingtruth.co.uk/weather.htm