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Anchorage to Tie Earliest Snowfall on Record Today, + Migrants Freezing to Death on Belarus-Poland Border as Early-Season Arctic Cold Grips Europe

Anchorage to Tie Earliest Snowfall on Record Today

The higher elevations of Alaska are forecast a foot+ of global warming goodness beginning Thursday evening, while the city of Anchorage is expected to tie a 40-year-old record for early snow, according to the National Weather Service (NWS).

From 6PM Thursday through 1PM Friday, the weather service forecasts 6 to 12 inches of wet snow on the Anchorage Hillside and in the South Fork area of Eagle River, with localized dumps easily surpassing a foot.

Officials have advised commuters to take it slow Friday morning — that’s when the city is most likely to see the heaviest snowfall. 

Anchorage has already seen measurable snow this week, on Tuesday; however, because the inches didn’t settle at the Ted Stevens International Airport –the official NWS measuring spot– they didn’t count.

Tuesday’s flurries were sizable, too.

More than 4 inches were registered outside of Eagle River at higher elevations, and up to 3 inches on Anchorage’s upper Hillside.


Today (Fri, Sept 24), conditions are expected to conspire to deliver an inch+ at the Airport — this, according to Przepiora, would tie the record for earliest measurable snowfall in the city, matching the inch+ logged 40 years ago, back on Sept 24, 1981.


Migrants Freezing to Death on Belarus-Poland Border as Early-Season Arctic Cold Grips Europe

Close to the border between Belarus and Poland, the BBC has said migrants stranded in a forest, turned away by the Polish border troops, are struggling to deal with an early influx of polar cold.

Nighttime temperatures in this regions have been dropping we-ll below freezing this week, and, tragically, at least four people are known to have died.

EU members Poland, Latvia and Lithuania have each declared a state of emergency amid a surge of people trying to cross from Belarus. The EU has accused the Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko of using migrants as a weapon, while Poland has banned aid workers and journalists from its border zone — the truth, as usual, is hard to come by.

Also as per usual, the BBC is focusing solely on the humanitarian side of all this and is completely sidestepping the fact that people are freezing to death in central/eastern Europe in the month of September! Just imagine if these folks were perishing in a late-season heatwave — the BBC would sure have a thing or two to say about the weather then, wouldn’t they…

Looking at the GFS temperature anomaly map (shown below), the nations of Belarus and Poland are located under that mass of ‘pink’, located just east of Germany. Shades of pink/light-purple indicate temperature departures of some 12-18C below the seasonal average which, in turn, are driving nighttime temperatures well-below the freezing mark.

GFS 2m Temp Anomalies (C) this week [tropicaltidbits.com].


This anomalous freeze is forecast to persist for the foreseeable.

Winter-like conditions have begun early across Europe this year, just as a prolonged bout of low solar activity predicted.

And given the ever-intensifying gas crisis, European’s are being urged to secure back up power sources before winter-proper hits.

Global gas prices soaring (due to cold weather depleting supplies).


And finally…

…and with the risk of losing my ads again, or at best pissing-off the minority of my readers that insist I never discuss the topic of COVID, I’ll leave you with a few comments that a Portuguese government official made this week.

Fernando Nobre, who trained as a doctor before entering the world of politics, considered it “unbelievable” to vaccinate children and young people from 12 to 16 years old, and said that he successfully treated himself, as well as his wife and daughter with drugs that are not recommended for COVID-19.

“In a week we were all fine,” said Fernando Nobre, who also stressed that he worked in several other epidemics over the years and never received “not one additional cent [from big pharma]” for that, claiming that this was his role as a doctor.

Unsurprisingly, Nobre has been slammed for his comments.

Portugal’s Public Health specialist, Francisco George, called Nobre’s position “absolutely intolerable” and said it reflects “incomprehensible attitudes that a doctor cannot have.”

But as we’ve come to expect in the increasingly totalitarian West, the shutting down of debate is a deliberate ploy–and it is one enforced across many other scientific disciplines, too, particularly in fields of study that impact the general population.

The days of truth seeking are long behind us. Dogma and silencing tactics are at play. But it stands, in any parallel universe and using any applied logic, that vaccinating children makes absolutely no sense, particularly with an untested vaccine that still can’t seem to advance from ’emergency use authorization’.

The people pushing for jabs in kids are either, 1) criminals, or 2) criminally ill-informed.

We’re never going to get to the truth if dissenting views and questioning continue to be quashed and unanswered, but as the realists among us suspect, this quashing is by design…

Enjoy your weekend.

I’m off out to plant my autumn/winter vegetables, which include broccoli, sprouts, cabbage and beans.


The COLD TIMES are returning, the mid-latitudes are REFREEZING, in line with the great conjunction, historically low solar activitycloud-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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18 Thoughts to “Anchorage to Tie Earliest Snowfall on Record Today, + Migrants Freezing to Death on Belarus-Poland Border as Early-Season Arctic Cold Grips Europe”

  1. Stanley

    Hello,
    Would you consider adding a one time donation option for your patreon? I would like to send a one time donation. I am thankful for your weather news, I read it daily. I currently dwell in Oklahoma.

  2. Anonymous

    When the broccoli is done producing let it go to seed and then use them for indoor sprouting. Delicious!
    Way to go, Poland! If I hear “humanitarian crisis” one more time I’m gonna toss my cookies. The crisis is an INVASION. They can erect a fence around the WH in record speed with thousands of troops but can’t secure the southern border.

    1. Cap Allon

      Broccoli produces A LOT of see.
      Good idea.

  3. CENTURION

    The Racist WHITE people of Europe must provide housing, heat, food and clothing for these Arabs and Asians invading their country. How dare these Racist White People refuse to hand over their homes and money.

  4. TW

    “The creatures outside looked from climate science to COVID science, and from COVID science to climate science, and from climate science to COVID science again; but already it was impossible to say which was which.”

    If they don’t get it, eff ’em. I don’t mind you posting COVID stuff.

    1. prioris

      The entire Covid leak story is a distraction to get people to point at this or that country as being at fault.

      Once the major countries around the world participated in fake containment and shutdown fraud, the covid leak is irrelevant. They are all involved in the crime.

  5. kathrin

    we are also started our winter garden now. What kind of beans do you plant? Favas? or others too.

    1. Cap Allon

      Favas are the main beans I grow.
      I have a lot of English peas, too — and some Mangetout.
      Tasty!
      Best,
      Cap

      1. kathrin

        favas is in, Carrots and alho francaise also, peas and we try potatoes in the “winter garden” in Sao Luis. What is English peas?

  6. matt dalby

    I’ve just been looking at the maps for snow cover available at http://www.climate4you.com and the area that is snow covered in Alaska, as well as Siberia is absolutely phenominal compared to last year, although I couldn’t find any charts for previous years for a proper comparison. Winter has definately come early to large parts of the Northern Hemisphere. I also saw the first forecast for winter proper, from a U.S. outfit called DTN, which predicted a higher than average chance of cold weather over N. Europe with February likely to be the coldest month. Obviously this is exactly what a theory based on solar activity and a La Nina in the Pacific would predict.

  7. Non-jabberwokey

    Hi Cap. I’m starting to think that the earths magnetic field is far weaker and more unstable than most people realise. Came across an interesting compilation of videos from the last two days https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=VPHE_39b6zU&feature=youtu.be

    Also check out the recent blast/shockwave video from La palma volcano.
    I’m thinking a full pole reversal could be coming and that all world govts are aware of this. Saw some dates online indicating it would happen in Feb 2023. Please look into this for us. Thanks for all that you do.

  8. LAURENCE D MCKECHNIE

    I was wondering is there some sort of list that schedules the recent (last few years or so) cold weather events and establishment of new records? Or even for this year would be a big help.

    Cheers
    Laurence

  9. DIrk Pitt

    Snow forecast for most of Alaska , East Russia and W Canada over the next 10 days, global warming cancelled AGAIN:
    https://www.windy.com/-Show—add-more-layers/overlays?snowAccu,2021092718,63.135,-134.648,4

    La Palma Acid Rain for EU:
    https://www.windy.com/-Show—add-more-layers/overlays?tcso2,38.479,36.035,3

    Etna’s last blast already swept Club Med, went through China and is mixing with Kamchatka and Alaska volcanic ash and will hit US West coast Tuesday for days followed by La Palma leftovers into next month. Go long long johns

  10. DIrk Pitt

    Alaska volcano popped the day it snowed in Anchorage:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4kdImA44M6Q

    It was a very busy day in the electroverse;)

  11. DIrk Pitt

    Typhoon South of Tokyo Thursday forecast gusts 155mph waves 51′ every 14 seconds. Typhoon of volcanic origin headed for Kamchatka then Alaska active volcanic areas. While it skirts the N ring of fire it pulls down Arctic air into it and there is snow. Snow from solar flares because of Mercury crossing Jupiter.
    https://www.windy.com/-Show—add-more-layers/overlays?gust,2021100109,32.976,141.581,7,m:eyJaj4j

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