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Metropolitan Tornado

Most of my dreams about the news show up in the news very soon after I post them. The timeliness of the dreams becoming headline news shortly after I posted them helped me to realize that many dreams are about the news headlines and not about my personal life. In most of my dream posts, I make a point of saying that the dreams normally happen within a few weeks, however, in this dream, I knew it would take longer.

As with all the dreams from God, there is always something in the dream that is very specific and makes the dream impossible to discard. In this case, tornadoes hitting metropolitan areas is somewhat rare. Half the time, only one or two tornadoes hit a metropolitan area in a year. Hardly ever are buildings in those metropolitan areas damaged. In fact, this tornado was the only time for many years before or after this event, that downtown buildings were damaged.

November 27, 2007
My daughter posted the above dream for me on November 23, while I was out of town.  I posted this when I returned.  I knew there would be a little extra lead time for this prophecy to materialize because 1.) They had been taking longer recently and 2.) There were unique characteristics (metropolitan city buildings hit) that would stand out months from now when the thing became reality.

Three + months later:

Wikipedia states:

The 2008 Atlanta tornado outbreak was a tornado outbreak that affected the Southeastern United States on March 14-15.

A tornado caused widespread damage across downtown Atlanta, including to the CNN Center and to th
Georgia Dome, where the 2008 SEC Men’s Basketball Tournament was postponed. Other buildings that were damaged include the Georgia World Congress Center, Philips Arena (during an Atlanta Hawks game), and the Omni Hotel, which was evacuated after many windows were blown out. Centennial Olympic Park , the SunTrust Tower and historic Oakland Cemetery were also damaged.[1] One man was killed near downtown Atlanta.[2] Two other deaths took place on March 15 in the northern Atlanta suburbs from the second, larger round of severe weather and tornadoes. In total, 45 tornadoes were confirmed over the 24 hour period from eastern Alabama to the Carolina coast, with most of the activity concentrated in the Metropolitan Atlanta area, the Central Savannah River Area and the Midlands of South Carolina.

Details from Wikipedia 2008_Atlanta_tornado_outbreak

See the original webpage from 2008 on the Wayback Machine.