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Recap Of East Coast’s Historic Snow Totals–With Intensification Due This Week; Saudi Arabia Logs Lowest Temp In 30 Years; Moroccan Provinces See Snow; + Egypt On For Its Coldest Winter Ever

Recap Of East Coast’s Historic Snow Totals...

The MSM can’t ignore this one and are widely covering it, so I’ll keep my recap brief: Parts of the Northeast were buried under 30+ inches of snow over the weekend as a “historic nor’easter” and record-breaking cold tore up the entire East Coast.

Maine, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Connecticut, New York and New Jersey, along with much of the Delmarva Peninsula in Delaware, Maryland and Virginia all faced blizzard warnings over the weekend — and the elements didn’t disappoint.

On Saturday, Boston tied the record for its biggest single-day snowfall in recorded history — 23.6 inches.

Just 20 miles to the south, in Stoughton, Massachusetts, the most snow of the storm was logged — 30.6 inches.

Massachusetts Lt. Gov. Karyn Polito spoke Sunday from the state Emergency Management Agency’s “bunker” in Framingham after 100,000 lost power across the state. Polito urged residents to stay off roads so plows could do their work.

“The storm delivered just what experts predicted … with 20-30 inches, they were about right,” she said. “If you can stay home and enjoy the day and maybe take in some football games, then do that”–just whatever you do, don’t go letting all this record-breaking snow have you questioning the AGW narrative. We want you to close your curtains, switch on the idiot box (so long as the historic snowstorm hasn’t knocked out your power, that is) and wait for this anomaly to pass. IPCC, 2001: “Milder winter temperatures will decrease heavy snowstorms…” — don’t let them forget it…

More than 2 feet of snow fell on the South Shore–a region of Massachusetts. At 27.5 inches in Milton, it pushed the region over the top for the snowiest January in history at the Blue Hill Observatory:

Sections of New York City were also blanketed by more than foot of snow over the weekend.

Central Park received 7.3 inches on Saturday alone — a new record for Jan 29, smashing the old benchmark of 4.7 inches which had stood since 1904 (The Centennial Minimum). As much as 11 inches of snow was recorded in other parts of the city. While New York State’s biggest snowfall was recorded on Long Island at Islip Airport — at 24.7 inches.

The NWS New York sent out a warning for those preparing to dig out: “The day after our big nor’easter will be mostly sunny but 10-15 degrees below normal. Wind chills will make it feel like the teens for most, so bundle up when shoveling!”

NOAA reported that 100% the wider New England area was covered in snow, with an average depth of 12.4 inches.

Providence, Rhode Island broke a snowfall record on Saturday, too, after logging a whopping 18.8 inches.

“I was around for the Blizzard of ’78, and this one was worse,” said local Joe Brescia, 72, Sunday as he shoveled his sidewalk.

The snowstorm stretched from Maine to the Carolinas, reports usatoday.com; but the cold reached even farther: The temperature in Tallahassee, Florida, dipped below 20 degrees for the first time in more than 10 years. The low-temperature Sunday at the Florida Keys Marathon International Airport reached 46F, breaking a record set more than 65 years ago.

Looking below at the unofficial new temperature records, complied by coolwx.com, we can see ≈100 benchmarks were either toppled/tied over the past 24 hours alone:

…With Intensification Due This Week

Looking ahead, these recent wintry troubles could pale in comparison to what’s in store this week.

After my warning on Friday, latest GFS runs have doubled-down on the potential for a continent spanning Arctic invasion due to engulf ALL of North America starting Tuesday, Feb 1 for the North, and Wednesday, Feb 3 for the Southern and East.

Running the model through (below), note the speed of the front’s decent, as well as its ferocity — Texas, for example, can expect temperature departures some 20C below the winter average ACROSS the entire state as soon as Wednesday evening:

GFS 2m Temperature Anomalies Feb 1 – Feb 5 [tropicaltidbits.com].

And looking further out, the extremes aren’t set to abate anytime soon — this is currently what mid-month could have in store:

GFS 2m Temperature Anomalies Feb 13 [tropicaltidbits.com].

Accompanying the descending polar cold will be additional, potential record-breaking snowfall totals.

Note, in particular, that band of green forecast to sweep from northern Texas all the way up to New England Wednesday through Friday. If this plays out, they will be measuring snow in the feet across much of Missouri, Illinois, Indiana, Ohio and New York:

GFS Total Snowfall (inches) Jan 31 – Feb 16 [tropicaltidbits.com].

A word on Texas:

Last year’s devastating winter storm hit on Feb 14. West Texas was walloped with freezing temperatures and record snow, conditions which led to burst pipes, downed tree limbs, widespread power outages and the deaths of an estimated 702 people.

And while the exact timing and severity of this week’s Arctic blast remains uncertain, meteorologists are warning that the freeze could indeed compare to 2021’s; and in light of the possibility, Texans are being urged prepare now: This is a serious storm, reports sanangelolive.com, and residents should make ready “while the weather is still good.”

Stay tuned for updates.

Saudi Arabia Suffers Coldest Temperature In 30 Years

The entire Middle East has been dealing with record breaking cold and snow over the past few weeks. Iran recently had to halt gas exports to Turkey after its own domestic power demand soared to record high levels, forcing Turkey to impose 3-days a week power outages to cope.

Nearby Saudi Arabia –located in Western Asia– has been suffering its own anomalous wintry chills of late.

Over the weekend, the 2,150,000 km² nation, the largest in Western Asia, suffered its coldest temperature in 30 years — the -6C (21.2F) set in Turaif was confirmed by local meteorological agencies as Saudi Arabia’s coldest low since 1992.

Looking ahead, freezing, record-breaking lows –down to -3C (26.6F)– are expected in Riyadh during the final days of January.

Rare snowfall has been noted in six Saudi cities in recent days:

With heavier falls witnessed over the mountains:

Mountains of Saudi Arabia blanketed in snow.

Elsewhere in the region, record-cold conditions have also been reported in UAE, Qatar and Oman.

Moroccan Provinces See Snow

Severe conditions are gripping parts of Northern Africa — extremes that long-range models are suggesting will continue through March, particularly in Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia, Libya, Egypt, as well as further east in Turkey and the Middle East.

Rare and heavy snowfall has hit several provinces of Morocco in recent days, with the nation’s General Directorate of Meteorology (DMN) stating accumulations of between 20cm to 40cm (8 inches to 16 inches) have hit the provinces of Azilal, Al Haouz, Tinghir, Errachidia, Midelt, and Ouarzazate.

The snow even appeared in the lower elevated cities including in Tinejad.

While snowfall in Ain Sefra, located in nearby Algeria, logged snow for only the fifth time in the past 50 years.

Egypt On For Its Coldest Winter Ever

Egypt has been experiencing unusual chills since late last year.

With the mercury holding as much as 8C below the average, Egyptians are shivering through their coldest start to winter in at least a decade; and looking ahead, and as hinted at above, North Africa’s chill is set to persist well into spring, meaning Egypt could be on for its coldest winter ever.

As reported by CGTN Global Business (see Tweet below), harsh frosts have been reported since November, as has “rare snowfall [even] in the warmest regions of Egypt”:

And as a further indication of just how cold it’s been in this part of the world, the Kharga Oasis –located in the Western Desert, 200km west of the Nile valley, and known as ‘Southern Oasis’ to the Ancient Egyptians and ‘Oasis Magna’ to the Romans– is thought to have just witnessed its first frost in recorded history.

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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23 Thoughts to “Recap Of East Coast’s Historic Snow Totals–With Intensification Due This Week; Saudi Arabia Logs Lowest Temp In 30 Years; Moroccan Provinces See Snow; + Egypt On For Its Coldest Winter Ever”

  1. Dallas Schneider

    Please remember this beauty off the coast of Mass back in 2018.
    I just love the view and the music!!!
    “Entire Ocean Frozen, CRAZY! (Drone View)”

  2. Dallas Schneider

    Go to Ryan Canty channel for more footage with voice comments such as
    “twenty below” rather than the music.

    Music Video over a Million Views!!!

  3. berend mulder

    graag berichten blijven ontvangen
    goed werk wat je doet

    1. Deb

      I’m with you, Dutch guy- whatever you said. I love the Dutch-they’re so different!

  4. Terry Shipman

    But, but we’ve been taught by our betters that all things are possible with Climate Change. The magic molecule, CO2, can cause more and less snow, higher and lower temperatures, floods and droughts. We bow down and give them due reverence…

    Meanwhile, back in the real world, I’m glad I received my degree in history back in the early 1970’s when critical thinking skills were still taught in colleges and universities. I have a reverence for historical records which prove that what climate alarmists are saying is pure bunk. The article in today’s newspaper quoted climate scientists as saying the east coast blizzard was caused in part by climate change. What garbage! I haven’t forgotten that 20 years ago we were told that snow was going to be a thing of the past.

    1. Deb

      “Snow will be a thing of the past.”

      I wonder if this epidemic of memory loss accounts for why so few people seem to remember that?

      Or maybe people naturally take into account that politicians are going to lie every time they open their mouths. I know I do.

  5. RonnieB

    engulf ALL of North America starting Tuesday, Feb 4 for the North, and Wednesday, Feb 5 for the Southern and East.
    Last I checked, 5 minutes ago, February 4th is Friday and the 5th is Saturday. At least they are this year.

  6. Bwana Neusi

    Meanwhile, back in Oz the La Nina is playing havoc with the weather Down Under.
    Torrential rain down the centre has hit South Australia washing away the arterial roads and rail connecting East and West. The rail could be out for a month stopping the supply chain to Western Australia

    1. Ray

      It is true.

      Portugal, like most Western countries, is full of people who have been trained to interpret every problem as stemming from ‘a crisis of Capitalism,’ in the glib Marxist phraseology, and vote accordingly. If they identified the situation more as a crisis of ‘Crony’ Capitalism they would know that things will only get worse with Socialist rulers who, when they are not making Socialist blunders, are weirdly enamoured of those cronies and their show business friends.

  7. https://wattsupwiththat.com/2022/01/31/facebook-spamming-climate-posts-with-climate-science-center-propaganda/#comment-3443786

    Facebook = Falsebook. See below re connections to Klaus Schwab World Economic Forum and its Marxist Agenda. The uber-rich looking down at all the poor peasants.
    Traitors! Poverty and Dictatorship.

    More “Global Warming”… Told you so 20 years ago…

    January 31, 2022 Cap Allon
    While the exact timing & severity of N. America’s NEXT Arctic blast remains uncertain, meteorologists have warned that it could compare to 2021’s deadly event. As a result, people –particularly Texans– are being urged to prepare now “while the weather is still good.”

    In this recent Video interview with Klaus Schwab, he is bragging about all the people who have has graduated from the WEF’s Young Leaders (or similar) programs who have infiltrated into positions of power. Canada is prominent in his claims – “Over half the Cabinet” are on board … Traitors!

    Looks like the Biden and Boris Cabinets are on board too. That is the only explanation for their gross mismanagement of the Covid-19 flu and their slavish adherence to Global Warming mania. No rational person can be this 100% wrong for this long.

    Facebook = Falsebook! The leaders at Facebook, Twitter, Microsoft, CDC, NIH, etc are all connected to the World Economic Forum’s Marxist Agenda – Poverty and Dictatorship.

    1. Ice Age Eugenics and Biodigital-convergence Now.Info

      Well at least they succeeded in getting a large portion of the woke and terminally stupid vaxxed and stacked up (with their big trucks in peaceful protest… ya, that’s gonna do it) in the Canadian corrals while watching the shelves go bare … now can (((they/TPTB))) also succeed in maintaining control over the corrupt (depends on perspective)…er.. controlled media, judiciary and military. Remember that ice age eugenics is for the “greater good”… just make sure you’re/we’re on the right side of this massive depop-op steamroller coming down the road Herr MacRae. The early whistle blowers (many martyred/sacrificed unfortunately) have been of great service for those with eyes/ears. Muchas gracias. (p.s. – I’m from Calg. too – Cheers)

      Corporate media refuses to report on Sen. Ron Johnson’s panel discussion exposing deadly covid “vaccines”

    2. Ballistic Logos

      Click on all of ’em… it’s definitely show time Gents.

    3. Deb

      If you want irrational, look to all the people who still believe 100% wrong is due to accident or mere ineptness. Even a moron ought to be right 50% of the time, or at least twice a day like a broken clock.

  8. Patrick Donnelly

    The Inferior conjunction with Venus, at a time of perihelion explains the additional precipitation. The flow of hydrogen ions from the Sun, aka protons, was steered towards Earth.

    Previous episodes should assist you in estimating the extent of this effect.

    Perihelion meant Earth closer to Venus than usual, due to the conjunction. We thus got hit with the tail of their plasmasphere. Earth’s tail does the same thing to Mars, triggerring sand storms for days across the entire planet.

    I was also expecting more vulcanism and earthquake activity, or an absence of such, with a resumption after Venus drew ahead of Earth in th e proton streams.

  9. Kitty

    Here’s the view from my window during the storm.

    1. Kitty

      Oops – that was the morning after.
      This should be the right one –

  10. Charlie Pereira

    “I was around for the Blizzard of ’78, and this one was worse,” said local Joe Brescia, 72, Sunday as he shoveled his sidewalk.

    Sorry folks I lived through both storms and this storm was dud compared to Blizzard of 78. We had 37 inches of snow and gusts near 100 during 78. This storm was not even close to those numbers.

    1. eckbach

      I lived in NW Wisconsin in the 70’s. I remember being so annoyed that storm missed us.

  11. Deb

    I may not be able to get out of my front door in a couple of days, and the Nazis of today may be doing a rerun of Germany in the 30’s, but by golly, today I can still laugh.

    If you need a chuckle, and you like cats, this is a good one:


  12. Colin Harkin

    Here on the southern tablelands of NSW Australia, we are not having our usually hot dry summer at all. Plenty of rain and cloudy days. Haven’t seen grass like we have now for >20 years and the trees are really growing fast. Temperatures struggle to reach the high 20’s centigrade.

  13. kathrin

    ans we do not get rain…January and until now 70mm the last 4 month. Did you ever expereince that less rain in Portugal`? It is frightening….


    nice and dry and mild in the uk for the last 4 weeks…nerver been on my pushbike so much this time of the year but i think things may change mid february and will get bitterly cold

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