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Arctic Blast Brings October Snow to the UK, + Manam Volcano Pops to 50,000ft

Arctic Blast Brings October Snow to the UK

Just in time for the COP26 summit (aka “Climate-Con”), October snow is settling in the northern UK.

The month of October started mild across much of Britain with temperatures regularly rising above 20C. But the winds have now changed and brutal Arctic air is being funneled into the home nations–as well as into northern, central and eastern Europe.

Early-season snow was falling in Braemar, Scotland at around 8:30 PM on Wednesday evening.

The Aberdeenshire village is no stranger to cold weather, making headlines in February this year after shivering through a record-breaking low of -23C (-9.4F) and being buried by an unprecedented 70cm (28 inches) of snow.

Yesterday’s flakes were far more conservative, but still managed to shock many locals:

Scotland’s transition from 20C to freezing lows and early snows has indeed been stark, but we’ve been here before…

The fall of 2008 was another very strange one for the UK. The beginning of October saw days in the low 20s (C), yet by the end of the month snow was settling. A similar setup occurred in the mid-90s, too. Unsurprisingly, at least for those who track the activity of the sun, both 2008 and 1995/6 were years in or around solar minimums, just as the year 2021 is.

Solar Cycles 19 – 24, including a forecast for 25.

See also:

Looking ahead, further masses of polar lows and early snows will descend into the UK and mainland Europe as the calendar approaches November, although it is very mess setup — the models are forever changing:

GFS 2m Temperature Anomalies (C) Oct 25 [tropicaltidbits.com].

The winter of 2021-22 is setting up to be truly brutal:

Manam Volcano Pops to 50,000ft

On Wednesday, October 20 Papa New Guinea’s highly active Manam Volcano produced another stratospheric eruption, continuing its uptick which began in 2010.

A thick volcanic ash plume rising to at least 50,000 feet (15.2 km) was registered by the Volcanic Ash Advisory Center (VAAC) Darwin at 11:43 local time on October 20 via HIMAWARI-8 satellite imagery.

Such as high-level eruption is noteworthy because particulates ejected to altitudes above 32,800 ft (10 km) –and into the stratosphere– often linger, where they have a direct cooling effect on the planet.

Volcanic eruptions are one of the key forcings driving Earth into its next bout of global cooling, with their worldwide uptick tied to low solar activity, coronal holes, a waning magnetosphere, and the influx of Cosmic Rays penetrating silica-rich magma.

Manam eruption, October 20.


Stratovolcano: 1807 m / 5,928 ft  
Papua New Guinea: -4.08°S / 145.04°E  
Current statusERUPTING (4 out of 5)

Manam volcano, located 13 km off the northern coast of New Guinea near Bogia town, is one of Papua New Guinea’s most active volcanoes.

It has one of the longest records of historic eruptions in the SE Pacific region. The larger eruptions of Manam produce pyroclastic flows and sometimes lava flows. Both have repeatedly reached the coast and affected populated areas. 

The volcano’s current ongoing eruptive phase technically began back on June 29, 2014 and it has already registered a “4” on the Volcanic Explosivity Index (VEI). Manam’s eruptive history is peppered with VEI 2s and 3s, but it also has two previous confirmed VEI 4s, from 2004 and 1919 — see volcano.si.edu for more.

Eruption list: ongoing since Aug 2010 (31 July 2015: large vulcanian explosion), 2000-2004 (small subplinian eruptions), 1974-1999, 1965-66, 1963-64, 1963, 1962, 1961, 1959-60, 1959, 1956-58, 1954, 1953, 1946-47, 1936-39, 1932-34, 1926-28, 1925, 1924?, 1923, 1922, 1920-21, 1919, 1917, 1909-14?, 1907?, 1904, 1904, 1901-02?, 1899, 1887-95, 1885, 1884?, 1887, 1830, 1700, 1643, 1616 — for more see VolcanoDiscovery.com.

ASO Volcano also Erupts

The Japan Meteorological Agency (JMA) raised the warning level for Mount Aso to three on a scale of five, warning hikers and residents to avoid the mountain at all costs.

NHK national television aired footage of a massive smoke column above the volcano — the smoke rose as high as 11,480 ft (3.5 km) above the crater, with pyroclastic flows streaming some 0.8 miles (1.3 km) down the mountain’s western slope.

The explosion fired-off volcanic rocks as far as 2,950 ft (900 m) and ashfalls were detected in several towns in the Kumamoto and neighboring Miyazaki prefectures, while some structural damage has also been reported, namely to roads.

Mount Aso has repeatedly erupted in recent decades, sometimes fatally — the mountain’s 1953 eruption (solar minimum of cycle 18) killed six and injured more than 90, and another one five years later killed 12.

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.

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25 Thoughts to “Arctic Blast Brings October Snow to the UK, + Manam Volcano Pops to 50,000ft”

  1. Jacqueline Ehninger

    But what about the goats?
    OK, while I am interested in the goats, can someone please tell me where I would direct someone for data that the Earth globally is in fact cooling, even though CO2 has increased. Is that data relatively easy to find? Thanks!

    1. prioris

      temperature vs CO2
      CO2 lags temperature

      For long term, google
      greenland ice core temperature chart
      then look at images
      We have been trending cooling since around 900AD
      The global warming frauds will dismiss it by saying it is
      just one location

      The closest current measure is the UAH data.

    2. Dr. Strangeweatherlover

      Global Warming? Antarctica Has Coldest Winter On Record
      Published on October 20, 2021
      From months ago…

    3. Matt Dalby

      Go to http://www.whatsupwiththat.com then look at the reference pages such as paleoclimate.
      Try http://www.climate4you.org and look at their reference pages (listed on the left hand side of the home page)
      Google Medieval Warm Period for plenty of data showing that it was global and as least as warm as the present.
      All of these sources show that climate has constantly changed long before CO2 started increasing and the modern warming isn’t unusual or unprecedented.
      In terms of showing that the Earth is cooling, this is slightly harder as we’re only just at the beginning of a multi decade period of cooling (according to solar scientists). Temperatures peaked in the 2016 and the cooling since then is hard to distinguish from natural variability. It will be another 5 years IMO until there is an obvious, significant cooling trend. This will show up first on the UAH data, but the data sets supplied by warm mongers such as NOAA, NASA, etc. are adjusted to match the models on a regular basis so they may continue to hide any cooling for as long as possible.

  2. Kay


  3. No kidding... really?

    99.9% of Climate Scientists Agree with Whoever is Paying Them
    Published on October 21, 2021

  4. No kidding... really?

    99.9% of Climate Scientists Agree with Whoever is Paying Them
    Published on October 21, 2021

    Over 90% of a Hospital’s Admissions were Vaccinated for Covid-19
    Published on October 21, 2021

  5. Dr. Strangeweatherlover

    The BBC Stoops To A New [Climate Change Propaganda] Low
    Published on October 21, 2021
    BBC series Casualty, Coronation Street, Doctors, EastEnders, Emmerdale, Holby City and Hollyoaks will join together to air a virtue-signalling ‘climate change’ storyline, which will air in the first week of November.
    The Daily Mail reported on October 12th:
    Coronation Street, EastEnders and Emmerdale are among a number of soaps joining together for the very first crossover episode.
    The storyline will be focused on climate change and will begin airing from November 1.
    Soap queen Sharon Marshall appeared on This Morning to announce the news and hailed it as “amazing”.
    She told hosts Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield: “It’s the first time it’s ever been done. In November, we’re going to be having the world’s first soap crossover. Now for the first time, all five British soaps – and our continuing dramas – they’re all going to come together and tell the same story at the same time. That story is going to be climate change.”
    Among those involved include Casualty, Coronation Street, Doctors, EastEnders, Emmerdale, Holby City and Hollyoaks.
    She continued: “All of these people have been talking about it in secret for months and months to make this work and what they’re each going to do is film a scene, have a reference that is going to cover a different aspect of climate change and – this is the fun bit – a soap first.

    1. P. J. Flanders

      More brainwashing for the thinking-impaired.

      1. P. J. Flanders

        Checked out Mercola link. Most of what he said makes really good sense, except for the part about olive oil and avocado oil being bad for you.
        Put all of these nutrition doctors together, and pretty soon we’ll be subsisting on grass!

    2. P. J. Flanders

      Apparently Omega-6, which is what Dr. Mercola was warning against, is still controversial. I’ll cut down, but I’m no ready to give up nuts, seeds and those oils.
      The available pool of foods that have not yet been vilified by some reputable person is getting darned small!

  6. Looks like the arctic ice extent on nsidc is down again… I wonder why. It has been down for 3 days now, so this is pretty abnormal as usually it is just one day. Hopefully they aren’t manipulating data or anything.

  7. Jacqueline Ehninger

    I tried googling and it’s an exercise in frustration. All I find is people beating each other up with different graphs and different experts and different websites. And then of course there are statements like: “Where is the heat? It’s all going into the deep oceans. The oceans absorb most of the heat.” (although I would have thought that most of the warmer water would be on top, rather than going deep, but anyways – oceans are complex).
    All this to say that, unfortunately, I don’t think there’s really anything that will convince someone that climate change is NOT mostly man-made, if that’s what they currently believe.

    1. Anonymous

      Jacqueline, you’re right about the difficulty in changing an opinion when everyone can find ‘expert’ information that supports them. One comment though, re heat going into the oceans – why didn’t it go into the oceans last century when the global temp was higher, but has being doing so this century? Logically, the reverse would be true (ignoring the fact you raise, that it should also be warmer at the surface).

  8. Kay

    Climates change, it is a natural thing. We are looking at a grand solar minimum, it happens when it happens not as a result of humans.

  9. David

    People talk about “Googling” something, but you likely won’t find what you are looking for.

    Try using a search engine that doesn’t weed out what they don’t want you to learn.

    Try using duck duck go with no spaces.


    It’s the real internet. Not what Google wants you to see.

  10. Scott M.

    It’s a little weird how there’s an uptick in volcanic activity right when the heliosphere is at a wane. It’s almost as if there is correlation.. Hmmphf.

  11. Jacqueline Ehninger

    Thank you everyone for the lively debate and all the responses!
    Thank You also for the the tip about DuckduckGo – I totally second that suggestion and it is in fact the browser I am using (it seems the verb “googling” has become ubiquitous regardless of the browser of choice.)

  12. Gerry, England

    I doubt that anyone can forecast the UK weather months a ahead with any certainty given that we are an island on the edge of Europe warmed by an ocean current. The LIA jetstream pattern means that there can be rapid swings depending on if the flow is from the south or the north. And the different airflows can be close together such that Europe freezes while the British Isles doesn’t. While in that scenario we would not see a surge in demand for energy, if Europe does then gas prices will rise and there might not be much left to send to us either so we won’t get away scot free.

  13. P. J. Flanders

    Speaking of food, I just boiled a couple of chicken breasts in a pot of soup I’m making. The directions said to shred the chicken and return it to the pot- except it won’t shred!
    These chicken breasts ( from Walmart) came apart into many pieces, about 3/4″ cubes. They were modular chicken breasts!
    So were the modules grown in a vat somewhere and assembled into faux chicken breasts? They taste ok, but still…things are getting weird, people.
    And now I have to buy whole chickens, I guess. I hate dealing with all those bones.

    1. P. J. Flanders

      My reply slipped to the bottom of the page somehow.

      1. Hayden Redwood

        chicken stock is the best thing you could make from the bones.
        ”A good broth will raise the dead” native american saying.

        Roman drop egg soup is awesome.

        1. Hayden Redwood

          crush cut galic/onion/leek etc
          bring chicken stock to the boil,
          add scrambled eggs

          and serve add salt etc.
          its something you can add anything do really.

  14. tom0mason

    I note that there is a CME on it’s way (Oct 30 2021 @ https://spaceweather.com/ ) . Probable increase in seismic activity!

  15. tom0mason

    Probably an incomplete listing but here goes –
    New activity for November …

    Karymsky, Eastern Kamchatka [Russia]
    KVERT reported that during 8-12 November explosions at Karymsky generated ash plumes that rose as high as 5.5 km (18,000 ft) a.s.l. and drifted 300 km E and SE. A thermal anomaly was visible in satellite images.

    Turrialba [Costa Rica]
    OVSICORI-UNA reported that on 11 November a small area of incandescence was visible on the internal SW wall of Turrialba’s summit vent. Vigorous degassing from the vent was recorded.

    Plenty of ongoing activity in November…

    Nevado del Ruiz Volcano (Colombia)
    Ebeko, Paramushir Island (Russia)
    Sheveluch, Central Kamchatka (Russia)
    Fernandina, (Ecuador)
    Fukutoku-Oka-no-Ba, Volcano Islands (Japan)
    Aira, Kyushu (Japan)
    Ibu, Halmahera (Indonesia)
    Kadovar, (Papua New Guinea)
    La Palma, (Spain)
    Merapi, (Central Java — Indonesia)
    Kilauea, Hawaiian Islands (USA)
    Pavlof, (USA)
    Great Sitkin, Andreanof Islands (USA)
    Semisopochnoi, Aleutian Islands (USA)
    Stromboli, Aeolian Islands (Italy)
    Taal, Luzon (Philippines)

    Items I have mostly culled fron sott.net & watchers.news. &

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