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Calgary, Canada just suffered its Snowiest November since 1966 (solar minimum of cycle 19)

Calgary, Canada came close to busting a cold record dating back 53 years last month — the city marked its snowiest November since 1966, according to YYC Weather Records (solar minimum of cycle 19).

Monthly snow accumulations reached a staggering 47.4 cm (18.7 inches) between Nov 1 and 30, 2019 — just shy of 1966’s total which remains fourth on the list of Calgary’s snowiest Novembers on record in measurements dating back to 1881.

That means, in a supposedly catastrophically warming world, Calgary’s 2019’s November pack somehow finished fifth-snowiest in records dating back 138 years.

Third and second place totals were set in the 1890s, while Calgary’s snowiest November ever occurred in 1914 when 69.8 cm (27.5 inches) settled.

Earth’s climate is returning to the cold times of the late 1800s/early 1900s, as historically low solar activity continues to cool the lower-latitudes (where us humans reside).

And temperatures are predicted to drop further still.

NASA has recently revealed this upcoming solar cycle (25) will be “the weakest of the past 200 years,” and they’ve correlated previous solar shutdowns to prolonged periods of global cooling here.

SC 25 will likely be a mere a stop-off in the sun’s descent into its next full-blown Grand Solar Minimum:

Don’t be fooled by bogus political agendas — our future is one of ever-descending COLD.


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  1. John Meakin

    Check out the Spaceweather.com website. We are approaching a Space Age Record for 1) the number of blank days for solar spots, and 2) cosmic rays entering the atmosphere. This suggests COLD — precisely what we are experiencing!

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