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England’s Coldest April since 1922, Germany’s Chilliest since 1917

It may be late-April, but spring 2021 is a no show across much of Europe.

The continent is suffering a climatic reality similar to that of the previous prolonged spell of reduced solar output: not since the Centennial Minimum (1880-1920) have Europeans suffered an April this cold and snowy.

England’s Coldest April since 1922

Despite the cherry-picking, the UHI-sidestepping, and the unrelenting propaganda, the British Isles simply won’t heat up — the UK’s agenda-shoveling Met Office has admitted as much themselves.

Recently, one of the Met Office’s key data sets revealed that the 2010s actually came out cooler than the 2000s — a fact that goes against ALL mainstream logic: we were told average temperatures would rise “linearly,” always up and up and up on an endless march to catastrophe if no poverty-inducing action was taken…

The Central England Temperature record (CET) measures the monthly mean surface air temperatures for the Midlands region of England. It is the longest series of monthly temperature observations in existence anywhere in the world, with data extending all the way back to the year 1659.

The CET’s mean reading for April, 2021 (to the 18th) is sitting at just 5.8C — that’s 1.5C below the 1961-1990 average (the current standard period of reference for climatological data used by the WMO–an historically cool era btw), and ranks as the coldest April since 1922, and the 18th coldest since records began 362 years ago.

Germany’s Chilliest since 1917

With a mean temperature just of 4.5C, Germany is faring even worse than England — it is on for second coldest April since records began in 1881, and its coldest since 1917, according to German DWD national weather service records.

The following chart shows Germany’s mean temperature anomalies (through the 17th) — it’s been anomalously cold across the entire country:

In addition, this is also turning out to be one of Germany’s snowiest Aprils on record. According to, the month is coming out as the snowiest since 1986 (solar minimum of cycle 21).

More of the same into May

Looking ahead, more Arctic air looks set to spill unusually-far south–even as the calendar flips to May.

As per the latest GFS run, the final week of April will continue the trend of anomalous cold:

April 26:

GFS 2m Temp Anomalies for April 26 [].

April 28:

GFS 2m Temp Anomalies for April 28 [].

May 1:

GFS 2m Temp Anomalies for May 1 [].

The next 14-or-so days look incredibly snowy, too (by April standards).

As it stands, substantial snow is even forecast for the UK in May, with record-accumulations on the cards for Scandinavia and central Europe in particular:

GFS Total Snowfall (cm) for April 28 through May 3 [].

The northern hemisphere’s climatic REALITY this “spring” is clearly jarring with the mainstream narrative that extreme cold and snow are things of the past. Instead, the setup is falling in line with the Grand Solar Minimum predictions of an ever-prolonging winter, and the subsequent failure of harvests.

With that in mind, April cold is ravaging North America, too; there, reports are coming in warning that a colder second half of April will slow germination in the western and northern Corn Belt.

According to, widespread colder-than-normal temperatures will remain across much of the Central U.S. and may continue into the final days of April 2021. And while drier weather will help to accelerate planting in the Corn Belt, germination will slow as colder-than-normal conditions prevail. In fact, snow showers cannot be ruled out at times in the northern or High Plains, and maybe even into the central Corn Belt.

As forecast by, the Corn Belt is on for both its driest AND coldest close to April in many decades:

I’ll close with one final note from meteorologist Joe Bastardi, courtesy of Twitter.

Bastardi points out that mainstream climate models “can always see warm, but have become almost useless at seeing cold” — I don’t think its any coincidence that it’s that way round.

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.

Prepare accordingly— learn the facts, relocate if need be, and grow your own.

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13 Thoughts to “England’s Coldest April since 1922, Germany’s Chilliest since 1917”

  1. john gurley

    how can i mail you a donation by check thanks

    1. Cap Allon

      I’ve just setup a “one-time” donation option — it should be located at the bottom of the sidebar.

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  2. Moriyah

    The Gyre appears to have stalled overnight according to currents in the Arctic.,currents,71.882,-134.824,3
    Will it reverse?

  3. John Doran

    Keep up the good work.

  4. Kern

    Right on, Cap! Asheville NC Master Gardeners do not seem to be very aware of the cooling, and the shorter growing days. Interestingly, my wife (master gardener) was put in charge of the root vegetables in the public garden. We ourselves are growing root vegetables as these would tolerate lower temperatures. Most people are NOT aware of this cooling and are going on their merry ways. Unfortunately, people from Northern states are flocking to our area because they want to leave tyrannical north states.

  5. Peter M.

    Snow is blanketing the Wichita metro Tuesday a.m. with 1-3 inches expected. Ah, Spring in the heartland

  6. Anonymous

    Hello Cap, thank you for Joe Bastardi’s statement, that’s what I am experiencing too at It’s forecast for the second week ahead almost always says “temperatures above the season’s norm” or “around the norm” but never “below the norm”. Just never seen! I haven’t made a study, but I don’t remember having seen that!

    1. Cap Allon

      If you do get to drawing up a quick study, I’d be more than happy to post it on the site.


  7. Sandy Goldsmith

    Do you have any information on what will be happening in Australia? We are coming into our winter but not getting any information as what to expect. After seeing what happened in Europe and America ,would be very interested ,Thankyou .

  8. Gerry, England

    My 12 months running gas usage is still rising each week as the heating does a full spell each morning after the overnight cold and frost. The clear skies is allowing a lot of sun to warm the house during the day so not much heat needed in the evening. 1 May is turn off time which could mean cold mornings. If there is no sun then the fire will be lit. Latest fire last year was June 11 when we had 2 nights of frost.

  9. Matt Dalby

    Braemar in the Scottish Highlands has had frost most nights this month, I’ve not been keeping count but reckon it’s at least 16 nights so far, and with more cold nights forecast it looks certain that the April record of 18 nights of frost will be broken.
    I live in Inverness, which is only about 40 miles away, but because it’s on the coast overnight temperatures (on clear nights) this time of year are at least 5 degrees (centigrade) higher than inland. At this crucial time of year when there’s a lot of young plants this can literally be the difference between life and death for them.
    If anyone takes Cap’s advice and relocates to survive the coming GSM I would advise relocating to the coast in order to escape the worst of the spring frosts, plus you can harvest a lot of food (shellfish, seaweed etc.) to supplement what you grow.

  10. Carl F Schlemmer

    I received a Facebook picture from my Family in Warrensville Hts Ohio and they got 7 inches of snow 2 days ago.

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