“Sugarcane Frozen Solid” in South Africa + Mountains Ranges Record “Best Snowfall in Years”

“Sugarcane Frozen Solid” in South Africa + Mountains Ranges Record “Best Snowfall in Years”

Looking at the GFS, practically ALL of Africa turned “blue” and “purple” last week as the mercury ACROSS the 30.37 million km² continent sank below the seasonal average–by more than 12C in some parts:

NA, July 16

In South Africa, a “pretty astonishing” -3.3C (26F) was recorded in the sugarcane fields of Hillcrest, Durban on Friday morning, posted local farmer Jonathan Wells on Facebook.

“Certainly the coldest temperature I’ve ever experienced here,” wrote Wells in the accompanying caption.

  • Hard frost in the sugarcane in Hillcrest, Durban.
  • “Another Intensely cold week in SA.”

Albert Van Lingen provided a screen grab of sugarcane frozen solid in the fields of Pongola, North Natal, SA:


Lingen added that it’s the first this has happened in this tropical area.

Corné Shemuel Martin reported a bone-chilling -6C (21.2F) in Hartbeespoort on Friday morning, and posted photographic proof on social media:

-6C (21.2F) reported in Hartbeespoort.

While Jennifer Berkemeyer, located in Bethlehem district, Eastern Free State, wrote mid-week that this “was the first time ever we’ve encountered frost on the inside of the windows.”

A staggering -11C (12.2F) was recorded on Berkemeyer’s front step at 06h45.

Frost on the inside of the windows in Bethlehem district.

All this anomalous cold has delivered exceptional snow to the SA mountains.

According to Snow Report SA, clearing of the Matroosberg trail is proving very challenging after the past 7-days saw “one of the best snowfalls in years.”


“This has been another intensely cold week in South Africa 🥶,” concluded Lingen.

Record cold, the best snowfall for years, and an entirely “blue” African continent — all in a supposedly catastrophically-warming world?

AGW doesn’t fit.

It will never fit.

The theory is on its last legs.

Real science and real-world observations suggest the COLD TIMES are actually returning, in line with historically low solar activitycloud-nucleating Cosmic Rays, and a meridional jet stream flow.

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, warm-mongering political agendas.

Prepare accordingly — learn the facts, relocate if need be, and grow your own.

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