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Europe’s Polar Cold to Intensify through April, as North America Braces for a similar fate — Grand Solar Minimum

Land masses across the northern hemisphere are experiencing a true taste of the GRAND SOLAR MINIMUM this spring, as while brief pockets of heat have intermittently prevailed, Arctic cold has never been far away, forever-threatening to wipe out those tender early-season crops that have been “tricked” into sprouting.

Overall, Earth’s temperature is falling (the UAH for March 2021 was 0.01C BELOW 30-year baseline), but brief pockets of heat will ALWAYS occur–even during the depths of an ice age. It is actually these swings between extremes that will hasten the failure of our modern, and surprisingly fragile, food production systems — constants are workable, even if those constants are cold, it is climatic unpredictability and extreme flip-flopping that is a growers most bitter foe.

Europe’s Polar Cold to Intensify through April

Recently, Europe has suffered a sharp reversal of fortunes — the continent has shifted gears, going from enjoying some of its warmest March temperatures on record, to a historic blast of polar cold and snow.

The low solar activity we’ve seen over the past few years has weakened the jet stream, reverting its usual strong zonal flow to more of a wavy meridional one. At the end of March, this flow was pulling warm African air anomalously far north, which resulted in the likes of Holland, Germany, France, and Belgium registering some of their warmest March temperatures ever recorded; and now, barely a week later, this loosey-goosey jet stream has conspired to drop brutal, record-breaking Arctic air over these exact same regions.

Scottish meteorologist Scott Duncan sums it up on Twitter:

Unfortunately, Europe shouldn’t expect another “amazing season flip” anytime soon — this record cold is here to stay, and is actually forecast to intensify as April progresses:

GFS 2m Temp Anomalies for Wed, April 6 []

Britain, for example, is on course for freezing nighttime temps for the foreseeable, as a second round of April SNOW threatens northern parts — the UK Met Office has Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland under yellow warnings for more snow and ice, following on from the historic Easter blizzards of Sunday and Monday:

In fact, disruptive and potentially historic spring snowfall is forecast to sweep the majority of Europe:

GFS Total Snowfall (cm) for April 6 – April 22 []

Some models even indicate the potential for snow in Venice and along the shores of the Mediterranean, with snow also favored in Turkey and over the Black Sea.

As in the UK, heavy snow was already falling in Germany on Monday:

The events of the past week-or-so haven’t come as a surprise to those who follow the activity of the Sun and its impacts on Earth’s climate — swings between extremes and a disrupted/shortened growing season have been long-predicted, this most-recent out-of-season freeze is only proving the decades of study by researchers such as Dr Theodor Landscheidt and Dr Habibullo Abdussamato correct.

Also, these “swings” can’t be blamed on the increased variability seen in spring. These recent flips are proving unprecedented, and their prevalence and intensity are increasing: back in February, Germany registered its biggest temperature swing since records began–an increase of 41.9 degrees Celsius in just seven days. Climate researchers at the German Weather Service said the country had never before experienced a swing this pronounced in record books dating back to the 1800s — in the central German city of Goettingen, a low of -23.8C (-10.8F) was recorded on Feb. 14, and then just a week later, on Feb. 21, the city registered a high of 18.1C (64.6F).

We either adapt to these shifting conditions, or we suffer.

North America Braces for a similar fate

After a hit of spring heat, North America is also about to suffer a sharp cool down.

By the second week of April, much of the CONUS, along with northern/central Canada, will have returned to temperatures far better suited to winter.

The GFS reveals the pattern shift:

GFS 2m Temp Anomalies for April 14 []

With potentially record snow accompanying the chill:

GFS Total Snowfall (inches) for April 6 – April 22 []

Cover-up those tender crops, or bring them indoors if possible. AGW won’t save them — the hypothesis is pure fantasy, propped-up by hokey prophesies and aging scientists with too much on the line to admit they got it wrong. Politics has also been intertwined into the ruse, and with the level of fear-mongering now in overdrive an attempted overhaul of society is at hand. It has already begun. We must reject AGW, fully and at every corner, and instead prep for the next great cooling epoch, we need to brace for the next GRAND SOLAR MINIMUM the inevitable societal collapse that both it AND an ever-weakening magnetic field will bring.

Things are about to get tough.

And it takes years to prepare.

Start now.

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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  1. Gerry, England

    Sunday was so nice my neighbours had lunch outside but cue the change come Monday and only the brave would be lunching outside. Bitter wind pulling the temperature down. Just a few snow flakes drifted down during the day here in the SE of England. Overnight it was colder enough to freeze my birdbath and while warm in the sun – especially if wearing black – it is cold otherwise and a north wind blowing.

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