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Spring in Australia begins with Intense Polar Cold, as Greenland Ice Sheet ends Season ABOVE 1981-2010 Average

Spring in Australia begins with Intense Polar Cold

Exceptional low temperatures, large hail, and heavy snow — the first week of spring is set to break a myriad of cold records across the Aussie continent.

Bureau of Meteorology (BOM) forecaster Bob Tarr said the cold front would bring a sharp shift to the cold, with temperatures plunging on Thursday.

And if the forecast holds true, continued Tarr, then a host of all-time September low temperature records are expected to fall–particularly in locales within that band of ‘pink’ & ‘purple’ streaking through central and southeastern regions, on Sept 4:

GFS 2m Temperature Anomalies (C) Sept 4 [].

That band of cold will actually intensify on Sept 5, and push northwards:

GFS 2m Temperature Anomalies (C) Sept 5 [].

The GFS is pickup up on some truly exceptionally polar lows, yet there’s barely a peep coming from the MSM.

And note: this is no this is no speculative 384-hr model run, this forecast is well within the reliable time-frame.

Looking ahead, the chill will persist into early next week, too.

Here’s Monday, Sept 6:

GFS 2m Temperature Anomalies (C) Sept 6 [].

The southwest won’t escape the chilly lows.

In fact, Perth isn’t expected to warm more than 14C (57.2F) on Thursday. If this pans out, it would be the SW city’s coldest September day in at least a decade.

“With the cold air coming in, there is the chance of a thunderstorm and hail during this evening and continuing into tomorrow morning,” Tarr told West Live regarding Perth’s weather outlook.

“And we will see sharply colder air coming into the region overnight and then into tomorrow so a pretty cold start to the spring.”

Hail and widespread frosts are also on the cards for Perth.

Whle across the Stirling range, including Bluff Knoll, there is high probability of spring snow.

Tarr said the snow will likely settle down to as low as 500m (1,640ft).

Looking further ahead, and admittedly into the unreliable time-frame, here’s what’s in store for mid-Sept:

GFS 2m Temperature Anomalies (C) Sept 16 [].

Winter doesn’t look set to release its ice grip anytime soon.

Rug up Australia…

Greenland Ice Sheet ends Season ABOVE 1981-2010 Average

On the back of substantial Surface Mass Balance (SMB) gains since 2016 (which coincide with a stark drop in Earth’s average temperature), the Greenland ice sheet has increase that trend of GROWTH throughout the 2020-2021 season.

Despite MSM obfuscations, vast regions of Greenland gained record levels of snow and ice this year.

Back on May 26, a single day gain of more than 12 gigatons was logged which sent the official SMB chart –courtesy of the Danish Meteorological Institute (DMI)– into unprecedented territory.

The May 26 reading shot that blue line off the charts, literally:

May 26’s’of the charts’ SMB gains [DMI].

Further record-breaking GAINS were logged throughout June. Most notably on June 24, when a gain of 4 gigatons was logged. This was an astonishing accumulation for the time of year — never before in the month of June had the Greenland ice sheet grown by 4 Gts in a single day (according to DMI data which extends back to 1981).

These historic gains continued through the majority of the summer, punctuated by the odd spell of loss, spells which the obfuscating, warm-mongering mainstream media immediately leapt on — which I called out in this article:

According to the climate alarmists, the Greenland ice sheet should have melted into oblivion by now — yet here we are, at the end of the 2020-2021 season with growth comfortably exceeding the 1981-2010 mean (bottom image):

Bottom Image: Grey line is the 1981-2010 average. Despite MSM lies, this years acc. SMB (Gt) has tracked well-above the average for the entirety of the summer melt season. And now, it is once again building [DMI].

This adds to the ‘stabilizing’ of the ice sheet witnessed since 2016, and has turned the situation in Greenland on its head.

This is because Earth’s climate is cyclic, not linear — the spell of global warming we witnessed (between approx. 1980-2010) can be tied to high solar output, while the period of cooling we experienced prior to this (from around 1960 to 1980) can be linked to low solar activity. To believe that the natural order of things has somehow been thrown off course by human carbon dioxide emissions is sheer folly, it isn’t backed-up by the raw temperature data sets–you know, the ones before government agencies make their ‘adjustments’:

See also:


Earth’s magnetic field is about to get jolted by a pair of Coronal Mass Ejections (CMEs).

Estimated time of arrival: Sept 1 or 2.

NOAA forecasters expect geomagnetic storms as strong as category G2, which means folks as far south as Idaho and New York (geomagnetic latitude 55 deg.) could see auroras. Moreover, given Earth’s ever-waning magnetic field strength (due to the building GSM/Magnetic Reversal), localized radio blackout and grid failures are a high possibility.

Stay tuned for updates…

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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10 Thoughts to “Spring in Australia begins with Intense Polar Cold, as Greenland Ice Sheet ends Season ABOVE 1981-2010 Average”

  1. Bill Hankin

    Cap, you’ve posted way to early. It’s Wednesday the first of September here in South Australia.
    And it’s been a lovely warm day
    Tomorrow is forecast to be warm day with Northerly winds.
    The cold front wil arrive late Thursday or Friday the 3rd of September.

    1. Cap Allon

      Yes, the dates are in the article — this was a forecast.


  2. Dallas Schneider

    Here is our May 15 Tipping graph on the Greenland Ice Sheet SMB-Surface Mass Balance Mean Graph.
    Notice the SMB took a SHARP bounce upwards, then stayed.

    The other Tipping point on the graphs was March 1, 2021 when the Antarctic Sea Ice Extent – ASIE turned sharply north to the COLD side!!

  3. Richard Leslie Leslie Wise

    I have always believed that the weather follows a circular clock just like life itself. A report that was carried by BBC2 ten years ago said that in the near future we will need ice breakers to cross the channel in winter

    1. Cap Allon

      Do you have a link to that BBC report?

      1. John Vandervalk

        Russia and China are still building more ice breakers (most likely for military purposes.) Trump was spending 70 billion on building new ones for the U.S. but I’m sure the current disaster of an administration put an end to that. The link to that BBC report is probably long since deleted.

        1. John Vandervalk

          Sorry 70 million, typo on the billion.

  4. kathrin

    we definitly had the shrotest summer we ever had in Portugal

    1. Cap Allon

      It was a cool summer, for sure.
      Still waiting on the rain though.


  5. The Mronz

    Shortest summer here in the UK also.
    About 10 days and that’s your lot.
    Except for a brief warm period in July, Met Office repeated promise of heatwaves never arrived.
    Of course the BBC report the low temperatures as ‘disappointing’ but this disappointment has nothing to do with barbecues in the garden or days out at the beach.

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