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Blizzards Batter The European Alps, Delivering 2M (6.6FT) Of Snow, + Rare Early-Season Snowfall Warnings Issued In Portugal

Blizzards Batter The European Alps

Heavy, early-season snow arrived Tuesday evening in the Italian ski resort of Livigno, and it hasn’t let up.

Totals of approximately 2 meters (6.6 feet) have accumulated on the peaks of “Little Tibet”, with the latest weather models suggesting further historic early-November dumpings are on the way.

Below are clips of the wintry scenes in and around the Livigno and Lombardy regions of Italy on Wednesday, November 3 (video courtesy Dangerous Planet), where heavy snowfall paralyzed traffic and resulted in more than 100 snow-clearing operations:

The next video (from Storm Center) is titled “A Terrible Snow Storm Buries Houses, Streets And Cars” — and it shows just that, again in the Livigno region of Italy:

Looking ahead, this week’s blast of polar cold is set to persist, and across the majority of Europe, too — latest GFS runs see anomalous lows and further heavy snows continuing to hit the continent as the month of November progresses:

GFS Total Snowfall (cm) Nov 4 – Nov 20 [tropicaltidbits.com].

Note also: northern Africa, namely Morocco and Algeria, can also expect rare November flurries starting this weekend.

Winter has begun early in the Northern Hemisphere this year, just as a prolonged bout of low solar activity predicted. Across large swathes of Europe, Asia, and North America (pictured below), the story is the same — the growing seasons are shortening.

Heavenly Resort, California this week [snow-forecast.com].

Rare Early-Season Snowfall Warnings Issued In Portugal

Europe’s heavy snows aren’t just being confined to the continent’s Alps, either — vast swathes of eastern Europe are currently experiencing exceptional totals for the time of year, as are the higher elevations of Spain, and even Portugal.

Authorities in Portugal have even issued weather warnings across the nation’s mountains.

At elevations of above 1,400 meters (4.600 feet) snowfall warnings have been put in place for today, November 4, by the Portuguese Institute of the Sea and Atmosphere (IPMA)–snow that the above GFS run isn’t actually picking up on.

As reported by theportugalnews.com, “the districts of Castelo Branco and Guarda will be under yellow weather warning for heavy snow until 15:00 on Thursday” as an Arctic air mass descends into the Iberian Peninsula.

I personally can attest to the cold — we registered a low of 4.6C (40F) on our land early this morning, which sits at an elevation of around 210 m (690 ft) — a highly unusual reading for early November.

The aforementioned accumulations have yet to be plotted on the FMI’s ‘Total Snowfall for the Northern Hemisphere’ chart (shown below), data-points that I’m fully expecting to accelerate the already above-average opening to the snow mass season.

[Finnish Meteorological Institute]

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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10 Thoughts to “Blizzards Batter The European Alps, Delivering 2M (6.6FT) Of Snow, + Rare Early-Season Snowfall Warnings Issued In Portugal”

  1. Christopher Edwards

    That picture of Heavenly is most defintely not from this week . After a big dump on the 24th we’ve reverted back to our typical 50° and sunny fall weather.

  2. Peter

    The weather in Sydney is shot.
    Im 55yo and as long as i can remember, the weather here is definitely not normal this year.
    It started in 2017.
    Its the spring that never happened this year.
    The weather reports are controlled by the deceitful ones.
    Just like they control just about everything these days.
    They have weather reports now like, its 17 degrees but feels like 19 degrees.
    Rome never lost control.
    All roads lead to Rome.
    And thats a fact.

  3. bryan

    A severe winter coming, and apparently no one wants to drive a snowplow in certain states this year: https://www.accuweather.com/en/winter-weather/snowplow-driver-shortage-slowdowns-clearing-roads-winter/1042342

  4. Logos Dialectic

    Forced Vaccination Was Always the End Game – Barbara Loe Fisher

    1. Deb

      Fisher makes a good argument for standing up. Thought you might be interested in someone who did- the governor of Alaska, Michael Dunleavy. I hope other governors will follow suit:


  5. For Cap Alon. What is the point of a COMMENT section at the bottom of a post if you don’t even acknowledge that you have received a COMMENT? I’m not looking for a reply from anyone else. I will reiterate my comment from last week. What is happening to the Antarctic Ice Area and Ice Extent curves??? I can only surmise that there is subsurface vulcanism that is heating the ocean down there. Or else an unknown/reported Antarctic extraterrestrial base has had a Herschel Island Melt Down (or up). A weak attempt at a pun of the China Melt Down. If Cap A. is too busy, would anyone else care to reply? Billy Best, Vancouver, Canada.

    1. Deb

      It has been well known that there is undersea volcanic activity under one side of Antarctica, melting ice, for some time. At least, it was common knowledge on the Iceagenow blog, which has since been wiped off the map along with its author.

      I don’t know which side and I’m too lazy to look it up.

  6. Max Richard

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