All-time cold-records continue to fall as the Grand Solar Minimum continues to intensify, despite what NOAA is telling us.
More NOAA Lies
February was a month of historic cold, across large parts of the planet.
Even NOAA –with their crafty, data-fudging & UHI-ignoring ways– have recently revealed that last month was an exceptionally chilly Feb, although you wouldn’t get that impression if you all you had access to was their absurd “percentiles” map (shown below)–you know, the one that routinely does the rounds across the MSM:
But when circumventing NOAA’s obfuscation, and breaking down the agency’s data, it is revealed that North America actually suffered its coldest February since 1994 (the start of solar minimum of cycle 22), while the contiguous U.S. saw its chilliest Feb since 1989, and its 19th coldest in record books dating all the way back to 1895.
Oceania witnessed its coldest February since 2012; in fact, the entire Southern Hemisphere saw its chilliest month of Feb since 2012.
All of central and northern Asia froze.
While large parts of Africa, Southern Asia, and South America also experienced a colder-than-average month.
NOAA’s “departures from average map” (shown below)–you know, the map that isn’t readily picked up by the MSM–gives a far better indication of the state of play in February, 2021:
And below I’ve included a direct comparison of the maps (in a slideshow) to help demonstrate NOAA’s blatant obfuscation. Note: the two maps use the exact same data yet they give wildly differing impressions of the month (see the “whiting out” on the percentiles map where there is clearly “blue” on the departure map):
Major March Snowstorm buries the Alps
The snow is “dumping down” across the European Alps, reports inthesnow.com.
The heavy snowfall has been widespread, but currently the largest totals have been reported in the French and Swiss Alps where many ski resorts have already posted as much as 1.22 meters (4 feet) of global warming goodness with the situation expected to intensify further as the week progresses — totals nearing 3 meters (10 feet) are forecast today, March 16:
Today’s #snow heights in the #Alps: The DWD #ICON #weather data contain these #winter snow heights. Significant values are expected for example with 298 cm at #SaasFee in #Switzerland. #Alpen #Wetter Graphics: https://t.co/VcWApIyc74. pic.twitter.com/1MwSbp0vMJ— ASKMeteo (@ASKMeteo) March 16, 2021
The avalanche danger is currently very high: level 4 on the scale to 5 in many areas.
A lot of resorts closed early in anticipation storm which is bringing strong winds as well as record-busting snow.
Most access roads have also been shut.
This week’s “dumping down” over the Alps will only add to already above average snowfall witnessed across the Northern Hemisphere this season (the below chart only runs to March 14):
Finland fears this Winter’s Record Snowfall won’t melt in the Summer
Parts of Finland have received so much snow this winter that it is feared the designated snow-dump areas won’t melt during the course of the summer, reports hs.fi — many metropolitan areas have received more pow-pow than they have for at least a decade.
The region of Uusimaa, for example, located in the south of the country, received 1.7x more snow than it did last year, reports foreca.fi.
In Herttoniemi, eastern Helsinki, the snow dump area currently stands at 20 metres (65 feet) high.
While in Maununneva, a north-western neighborhood of the Finnish capital, trucks have transported some 16,000 loads of snow to its dump area, said Tero Koppinen, of the Helsinki City Construction Services (Stara):
The designated dump pile in Espoo, Vanttila has been nicknamed “the Alps” by the locals.
Koppinen has estimated that the snow there is also unlikely to melt during the summer. He explained that while the mountain may melt to a certain extent as temperatures creep up, the setup will likely also cause “glaciation,” where the weight of the top layers of snow causes the lower layers to condense and gradually turn into ice.
The COLD TIMES are returning, the mid-latitudes are REFREEZING in line with the great conjunction, historically low solar activity, cloud-nucleating Cosmic Rays, and a meridional jet stream flow (among other forcings).
Both NOAA and NASA appear to agree, if you read between the lines, with NOAA saying we’re entering a ‘full-blown’ Grand Solar Minimum in the late-2020s, and NASA seeing this upcoming solar cycle (25) as “the weakest of the past 200 years”, with the agency correlating previous solar shutdowns to prolonged periods of global cooling here.
Furthermore, we can’t ignore the slew of new scientific papers stating the immense impact The Beaufort Gyre could have on the Gulf Stream, and therefore the climate overall.
Prepare accordingly— learn the facts, relocate if need be, and grow your own.
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