I’ve been checking the South America GFS-runs for a few days now, and whenever I return those ‘pinks’ and ‘purples’ (signifying anomalous cold) are getting darker and darker and are extending further and further north.
As originally reported by lugaresdenieve.com on July 8, the Andes are receiving “record accumulations of snow this year.” Frustratingly for the mountain’s skiers, however, the powder can’t be enjoyed as all the slopes are cordoned-off due to the COVID debacle.
A myriad of ski areas, such as Corralco in Chile, have already registered snow totals of 4 meters (13 feet) — astonishing accumulations given that we’re only at the beginning of the snow campaign, and ones not witnessed for decades.
This is the scene currently in El Colorado, Chile:
The historic conditions have also delivered 1.5 meters (almost 5 feet) of snow to the city of Mendoza, Las Leñas, Argentina.
With winter barely two weeks old, meteorologists at the Argentine National Weather Service have confirmed that this the highest volume of snow ever received in the city this early in the season.
The scene at Mendoza, Argentina:
All this persistent, heavy snowfall has put many regions on the highest avalanche alert level, including the Chubut, Mendoza, Neuquén and Río Negro mountain ranges, reports lugaresdenieve.com.
Accompanying the snow has been exceptionally cold temperatures, with the mercury touching a record-busting 23 degrees below zero in southern Argentina’s Río Negro.
South American ski resorts have struggled of late.
The 2020 season would ordinarily have been considered the greatest of recent times, but COVID lockdowns have meant the slopes have remained empty. And while its COVID this time round, past years have been hindered by Zika virus outbreaks and powerful volcanic eruptions.
Note, ‘global warming’ doesn’t make the list, alarmists.
Looking forward, those “pinks” and “purples” look set to stretch the length of South America over the coming weeks, engulfing a large portion of the continent by July 24:
And there’s no let-up to that record Argentinian/Chilean snowfall either:
Even NASA appear to agree, if you read between the lines, with their forecast for this upcoming solar cycle (25) seeing it as “the weakest of the past 200 years,” with the agency correlating previous solar shutdowns to prolonged periods of global cooling here.
Don’t fall for bogus political agendas — Earth’s future is one of ever-descending COLD.
Prepare accordingly — learn the facts, relocate if need be, and grow your own.
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[Featured Image: Las Leñas, Argentina — July 8, 2020]
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