The Danes just experienced a truly frigid weekend with temperatures plummeting to levels not seen since Nazi occupation in the early 1940s. Super-rare May snow is also reported to have fallen.
Frederiksberg Municipality, part of the City of Copenhagen, Denmark recorded a low of 0.8C (33.4F) on Saturday morning, May 4, 2019. That was nippy enough to break the all-time May cold-record set way back in 1941.
May 1941 marked the 13th month of Nazi occupation of the small Nordic nation, and one month before Hitler’s launch of Operation Barbarossa — the code name for the Axis invasion of the Soviet Union.
Denmark isn’t forecast to warm up anytime soon, as the much documented Arctic Blast continues to ravage vast regions of Europe.
The cold times are returning.
Grand Solar Minimum + Pole Shift