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California’s Snowiest December On Record (17 Feet), Duluth Declares First Ever Snow Emergency, + Record-Breaking Cold Continues To Grip Western Canada

California’s Snowiest December On Record (17 Feet)

Sierra snowpack accounts for 30 percent of the fresh water across the entire state of California, and the pack is currently at unprecedented levels for the month of December.

“We have gotten incredible amounts of snow over the last couple of weeks,” said CNN meteorologist Jennifer Gray.

As of December 27, statewide snowpack was standing at 153% of the average to date, and 50 percent of what is expected by April 1 (the end of the snow season).

“We have actual set records,” said Gray. “This has been the snowiest December on record.”

According to the latest data compiled by UC Berkeley Central Sierra Snow Lab, this month’s snowpack now stands at over 202 inches (nearly 17 feet / 5.2 meters), accumulations that comfortably best the prior all-time record of 179 inches set back in the December of 1970.

Berkeley researchers said the snow was “deep and hard to get through,” and it took them 40 minutes to get to where the measurements are taken just 150 feet away from the lab’s front door.

However, even in the face of all this, even as all-time, record-smashing snow literally smacks these researchers in the face, this was the message they felt compelled to convey: As climate change accelerates and winter temperatures increase, snowfall is expected to decrease.

Andrew Schwartz, lead scientist and station manager of the Sierra snow lab, continued: “Ultimately, what’s happening right now in terms of climate change with our precipitation here on the summit is that we’re actually seeing increasing precipitation, but the difference is we’re seeing a reduction in snowfall and an increase in rain” … “So that matches our warming signal; with that warming, we have actually moved away from some of our snowfall.”

They’re all over the place, aren’t they — warm-mongers, such as Schwartz, have been charged with keeping a spiraling, complex lie straight, and they’re failing, miserably. Their models and alarmist rhetoric are stretching ever-further from our climatic reality, yet their trust in The Message is unwavering, even as they spend 40 minutes wading through feet upon feet upon feet of snow to reach a measuring station just 50 yards away.

Mother Nature continues to mock the catastrophists, including those ‘scientists’ that –just a few weeks ago– produced a study claiming that snow in the Sierras could be all-but gone in just a few short decades: Should greenhouse gas emissions continue unabated, so the study goes, winters of low snow, or even no snow, could become a regular occurrence in as little as 35 years:

Schwartz said it himself, too, concluding: Record-breaking snowfall aside, “we’re not going to have [snow] for a whole lot longer. So when we have months like this, I’m very excited for them.”

Back in the real world, heavy snow is forecast to continue throughout the week (see GFS below), which will not only add to California’s already record-breaking December totals, but also to the Northern Hemisphere’s snow mass as a whole, which is now pushing approx. 350 Gigatons above the 1982-2012 average (as of Dec 27), according to the Finnish Meteorological Institute (FMI), and accelerating:


GFS Total Snowfall (Dec 29 – Jan 14):

GFS Total Snowfall (inches) Dec 29 – Jan 14 [tropicaltidbits.com].

GFS Temp Anomalies (Dec 29 – Jan 12):

GFS 2m Temperature Anomalies (C) Dec 29 – Jan 12 [tropicaltidbits.com].

Duluth Declares First Ever Snow Emergency

The West’s historic cold and snow is now spreading eastwards, including into the midwestern state of Minnesota where snow totals, as of Monday morning, had hit 18 inches in St. Mathias, south of Brainerd, according to the NWS.

The snow persisted through Monday and Tuesday, and by Tuesday afternoon, after another yet another storm hit the North Shore, the port city of Duluth declared its first ever snow emergency.

The emergency went into effect 1PM Tuesday and is set to end 6PM Wednesday (unless another round of snow sweeps the city) — all vehicles had to be cleared from snow emergency routes by 9PM on Tuesday to avoid being ticketed or towed.

Duluth snow getty
A snow plow drives up an icy Lake St. on Sunday morning in Duluth, Minnesota. [Alex Kormann]

Before now, Duluth did not have the criteria or infrastructure in place to declare a snow emergency; but over the summer, the city installed more than 2,200 snow emergency signs and created emergency routes for plowing — a curious move given that “global warming” is soon about to disappear snowfall entirely.

Record-Breaking Cold Continues To Grip Western Canada

In another blow to those AGW heat-seekers, extreme cold continues to grip the Canadian provinces of British Columbia and Alberta this week, which is holding many thermometers at record low readings.

The entire province of Alberta remains under an extreme cold warning, as a “prolonged deep freeze” is set linger well into next week, according to Environment Canada — temperatures are forecast to hold well-below the seasonal average with wind chill values continuing to touch –55C (-67F).

As reported by cbc.ca, the breathtaking temperatures saw at least 15 communities across the province set new daily temperature records on Monday alone, including Edmonton International Airport’s –41.6C (-42.9F), which busted the old record of -38C (-36.4F) set in 1992; the Airdrie area dropping to –40.6C (-41.1F), which broke the previous record of –36.1C (33F) from 1968; and Banff usurping the 1934 benchmark of -34.4C (-29.9F) with a new record of –37.2C (-35F).

Western Canada’s extreme cold forced B.C. ferries to shut down a ship due to frozen pipes and inoperable washrooms; snow-clearing workers sent home in Edmonton due to conditions being “too risky”; and Calgarians facing issues like bursting pipes, long wait times for battery boosts, and increased risk of frostbite as the wind chill there touches -43C (-45.4F).

It’s a similar scenario south of the border, too, in Washington sate, where record lows are also prevailing.

“Make sure all your hose faucets are disconnected and covered,” Dom Ulrich with Southwest Plumbing told KIRO 7 TV; “you can use a Styrofoam cover, you can cover it with rags, plastic bags, anything — just to help insulate it and keep it from the cold temperatures.”

Ulrich said you may not know the extent of frozen pipe damage until things warm up — that’s when the water will start to leak through any cracks that formed.

The COLD TIMES are returning, the mid-latitudes are REFREEZING in line with historically low solar activitycloud-nucleating Cosmic Rays, and a meridional jet stream flow (among many other forcings, including the impending release of the Beaufort Gyre).

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21 Thoughts to “California’s Snowiest December On Record (17 Feet), Duluth Declares First Ever Snow Emergency, + Record-Breaking Cold Continues To Grip Western Canada”

  1. Kathy Drake

    Hi Electroverse
    I live at the most S point of Africa in Agulhas. We are in the middle of summer here as you know and are having lovely sunny weather at the moment. But in some parts of SA there has been torrential rain, eg. George in the S Cape, due E from where I am. We had hail in Pietermaritzburg a few weeks ago which is on the E side of SA. For a few weeks befor this spell of good weather we had very strong wind from the SE. There is also drought in parts of SA.

    I know the weather here is geoengineered as it is everywhere else and follow it all online at various sites.

    Not sure where you all are but hope its not too cold there.

    Kind regards

    Kathy Drake
    Summer Place B&B

    1. prioris

      There isn’t enough money in the entire world to geoengineering the weather. They could do small things on rare occasions here and there but at the end of the day, the Sun and natural events controls virtually all our weather. The geoengineering stuff is mostly disinformation. Things like HAARP are failed weather experiments.

  2. Mystic’s Mystic

    It looks like the GSM can
    give you a larger snow job than the government. The government tries harder but they still come in second.

    1. Dallas Schneider

      Very Well Stated!!! LOL

    2. Deb

      Yes, but the govt and its friends are better paid. And if you have any doubts that the MSM are no longer on the side of the people, check this out:


      The best we can hope for is enough snow that lawmakers will be stuck at home where they are limited in the amount of damage they can do.

  3. pete

    no comment on the warm weather in the UK?

    1. Cap Allon

      Meridional jet stream flow. See eastern Europe for the anomalous cold.

    2. Alexa Smith

      Mild at present where we are on the north east of Scotland but snow in the Highlands. So much rain today we were drenched. My garden is a mire even after lots of work to drain away the extra water coming down the hill off other properties. We are over 365 ft above sea level on a very steep hill down to the main river and we still flood in parts of the village. Glad most of the blizzards are in central europe for now. They can keep them for their skiing season.

  4. JNS

    The unusual high temperatures in Kodiak Ak, and the bitter cold, snow in Canada, northern U.S., appears similar to the ice age maps I’ve seen.

    1. Matt Dalby

      They also perfectly prove the point Cap makes about low solar activity and the swing between extremes. Various places in Alaska had their coldest ever November, and some places may see their warmest ever December. You have to torture the man-made global warming theory to death to try and explain this, or you could use the much simpler natural explanation of low solar activity leading to a meridional jet stream.
      Incidently I actually feel sorry for scientists like Andrew Schwartz. They have to parrot the global warming lie and try to twist facts to make them fit the theory, as to do otherwise and actually speak the truth is suicidal for their career as shown by what happened to Peter Ridd.

  5. Nigel Rudlin

    Those paid fools working for the globalists pushing the false warming narrative are also likely foolish enough to have had themselves filled up with dangerous poison, so they wont be around for too much longer

    1. Deb

      That makes very good sense. I don’t wish harm to anyone simply for being stupid or naive, but a measure of natural selection still does apply, despite the nanny state. Logically, in the current predatory scenario, they ought to be the first to go.

      1. Alexa Smith

        ‘Natural selection’! Most of the folks taking the vax won’t be with us long. It’s a terrible shame they’ve been so fooled.

        1. Deb

          Once upon a time, it was understood that it is each person’s responsibility to watch out for themselves, to seek wisdom by listening to older, more experienced people, not to hand off that responsibility to one or another government agency. That inevitably leads to abuse. Those who think they are giving their responsibility to someone else are actually giving away control. And those who are willing to take that control will almost certainly be evil. Nice people don’t want it.

  6. Manfred Adam

    Very interesting! Something like this is not even mentioned in part in Germany, which is completely green. Our free, non-partisan press has clandestinely and completely backed the Greens and sacrificed any honest information. It hasn’t been that bad in 90 years!

    1. Themronz

      German green self righteousness v ‘I’m all right Jack’ uber hipocrisy at it’s best: Now they press to import 55,000,000,000 cubic meters / yr Russian natural gas into the country.

  7. Steve Smith

    Cap Allon, thanks for all the documentation and research you’ve provided over the years. Reading the latest and greatest from Electroverse is always a highlight, while providing relevant information to survive and thrive !

    Merry Christmas and Happy New year, looking forward to more weather news next year.

  8. ... and the beat goes on

    The CDC is withdrawing the COVID PCR Test and the media is not making this front page. The withdraw of the COVID PCR test as valid for detecting and identifying SARS-CoV-2 is critical for all the restrictions and lockdowns. The CDC has stated on its website:

    “After December 31, 2021, CDC will withdraw the request to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for Emergency Use Authorization (EUA) of the CDC 2019-Novel Coronavirus (2019-nCoV) Real-Time RT-PCR Diagnostic Panel, the assay first introduced in February 2020 for detection of SARS-CoV-2 only.”

    The CDC has finally admitted that the PCR test cannot even differentiate between SARS-CoV-2 and influenza viruses. As I was told personally that the test was invalid… and the beat goes on.

    Medical Martial Law Expanding as CDC Admits PCR Tests Invalid

    The Graphene Oxide Reality

    Heavy but must see information here – David Martin

    1. prioris

      Not true. Be careful of disinformation.

      1. The_Claret

        Which part is untrue please?

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