Largest wildfire in Texas history now over 1 million acres is followed by snow

Texas-wildfire One Texas resident has been confirmed dead in the scorching wildfire - but that figure is expected to rise as homes across the Lone Star State are burned to ashes ©Anadolu via Getty Images

Matthew 24:7 For nation will rise against nation, and kingdom against kingdom, and there will be famines and earthquakes in various places.

Important Takeaways:

  • Smokehouse Creek Wildfire is largest in Texas HISTORY as 1.1 million acres of charred Panhandle are followed by SNOW: Flurries blanket scorched earth after fatal inferno the size of Rhode Island kills 1 – with smoke seen 7 HOURS away in El Paso
  • The Smokehouse Creek Fire is officially the largest and most devastating fire in Texas’ history – with the killer inferno burning through over 1.1 million acres of land.
  • As of Thursday, the record-breaking wildfire has scorched through 1,075,000 acres and is three percent contained, with thousands of people evacuating their homes.
  • Ghastly winds coupled with the raging flames have charred huge swathes of the Panhandle – and the wildfire is now the equivalent size of the whole of Rhode Island.
  • [According to CBS- Since Sunday, Feb. 25, Texas A&M Forest Service has responded to 56 wildfires burning]
  • The Windy Deuce fire has covered 142,000 acres and 30 percent containment, the Magenta fire has burned 2,500 acres and is at 65 percent contained, the 687 Reamer fire is at 2,000 acres and 10 percent contained, and the Grape Vine Creek fire is at 30,000 acres and 60 percent contained, according to the Texas A&M Forest Service.
  • According to the National Weather Service, snowfall totals could be around two inches in the southwest Texas Panhandle, where the fires burned through.
  • One clip shows the scattered bodies of cattle that perished due to the flames – spreading at an average rate of 150 football field per minute

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