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Record-Breaking Flurries Hit Prince George, + “Snow To Pile As High As A One-Story Building” In Parts Of The US

Record-Breaking Flurries Hit Prince George

A Heavy Snowfall Declaration has been declared in the B.C. City of Prince George after a record-breaking 35cm (13.8 inches) accumulated in just 24 hours.

When PG receives snowfall of 20+cm (7.9+inches) in a 24-hour period a Heavy Snowfall Declaration is issued, explains myprincegeorgenow.com. An additional 24 hours is added for every 8cm (3 inches) of snow the city receives, meaning it won’t be until Saturday before clearing crews begin working residential areas.

Meteorologist Trevor Smith told MyPGNow.com the snow will now make way record-challenging cold.

“As we get into Christmas weekend, we are looking at low around minus thirty and minus thirty-four,” he said–with PG’s all-time December low being the -48.9C set on Dec 31, 1927.

Residents have been advised to avoid non-essential travel and if they must travel; exercise patience, drive to conditions and take extra time to plan their routes. Drivers should also bring winter gear and an emergency kit in your vehicle with them.

Record snow wasn’t just confined to the inner city, either: Environment Canada’s Prince George-Massey station recorded 15cm (5.9 inches) on Tuesday — a new record for Dec 21 (comfortably busting the old benchmark of 11.4cm (4.5 inches) set in 1949.

“Snow To Pile As High As A One-Story Building” In Parts Of The US

A significant winter storm is set to wallop the Northwest U.S. over the Christmas weekend, potentially delivering record-breaking snow at or near sea level to places like Washington and Oregon.

The snow will be widespread over weekend, according to latest GFS runs (shown below) — a white Christmas could be on the cards for cities like Seattle and Portland, where the climatological odds of such an event usually stand at just 1% to 3%.

GFS Total Snowfall (inches) Dec 23 – Jan 8 [tropicaltidbits.com].

Meantime in the Sierra Nevada mountains, isolated snow totals could pile high enough to reach the second story of a building — up to 10 feet, according to meteorologists at the Sacramento National Weather Service office, and as reported by those bastions of truth and enlightenment CNN, while most Sierra Nevadas locales will more likely see 5 to 8 feet.

“Travel across the Sierra will be difficult to impossible at times through the holiday weekend,” the Reno weather service office warned Wednesday.

Parts of the Intermountain West will also measure the snow in feet, while the Midwest and Northeast could also cop a healthy dumping of multiple inches (I’m discarding that band of green that extends east out of Texas early Jan, but we’ll see).

GFS Total Snowfall (inches) Dec 23 – Jan 8 [tropicaltidbits.com].

Beyond the holidays, Canada’s and the NW’s polar chill looks set to finally descend south and spread east by the New Year — this will prove a stark shift for many, as many regions flip from anomalous warmth to an exceptional freeze, almost instantaneously:

GFS 2m Temperature Anomaly (C) Dec 29 – Jan 4 [tropicaltidbits.com].

See ‘Grand Solar Minimum and the Swing Between Extremes’:

To all those that celebrate it, have a Merry Christmas.

I’m taking a few days off to enjoy the holidays with my family.

I’ll be back Dec 27/28 (depending on how much Blue Curacao and soft cheese I consume).

Thank you for your support this year — it’s been a long one…


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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29 Thoughts to “Record-Breaking Flurries Hit Prince George, + “Snow To Pile As High As A One-Story Building” In Parts Of The US”

  1. Bwana Neusi

    Have a Merry Christmas Cap,
    We look forward to your posts with interest

  2. The Claret

    Sadly, the UK is trending warmer this Xmas. We all crave a bit of snow and the return of proper seasons but it never seems to materialise. Forecast to be mid teens by New Years Day…oh well, at least it’s a plus for the heating bills!

    1. Matt Dalby

      Here in the U.K. we associate Christmas with snow, however apart from over the hills and mountains in Scotland it rarely happens. Therefore the weather we have at the minute i.e. above freezing and wet should actually be considered normal. The idea of of a white Christmas, or at least significant lying snow seems to have come from the novels of Charles Dickens who was writing in the period 1820-1840 otherwise known as the Dalton Minimum (a period of sustained low solar activity, low temperatures and frequent incursions of polar air for the U.K.) Therefore we might have to wait another 10+ years until the upcoming Grand Solar Minimum is fully developed before we start seeing frequent white Christmases again.

      1. The Claret

        I agree, we don’t often see snow at Christmas but back in the late 70’s and early 80’s, our winters produced much more frost and snow than the 90’s onwards.

        This winter in the UK, there’s been far less Atlantic based weather up to now due to blocking, which would usually mean we were in with a chance of colder weather and snow. Instead, we are forecast south westerlies, bringing temperatures of 17c to some parts.

        It really begs the question why we should be spending massive amounts of public money on so called super computers for more accurate weather forecasting, especially longer range.

  3. Wendell Else

    Thanks for all your work. Sent your website to many friends. Thanks for you reference to the End Times the other day. Yes it’s coming!
    Have a great holiday in the Netherlands Islands.
    Wendell & Linda

  4. Rikki

    Happy Christmas, Cap. I just started reading your website few months ago and I enjoy it a lot. Thanks for the interesting information posted here.

    I know what you mean by the “Swing of extremes ” Over here in the tropics where I live, I’ve seen a few minutes of heavy rain and followed by extremely hot weather. There were few occasions where the rain and hot sunny weather happened at the same time. Most likely caused by the wavy jet streams. This makes it harder to predict the weather beyond a couple of days.

  5. Jj Powers

    Thanks for your gift of Expertise!
    Merry Christmas
    JP Boston

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  7. HH

    Merry Christmas To you!
    Thank you for keeping us up to date on these very important issues and weather. Most appreciated!

  8. Anonymous

    Merry Christmas! Thanks for all your help, enjoy your vacation!

  9. MD

    Wishing you a great holiday.!
    Many thanks for all you’ve done and shared in 2021.
    Merry Christmas Cap!

  10. RAFO

    Cap, Merry Christmas to you and yours! Being rather new to this web site I’m trying to educate myself on why our weather does what it does. Your posts go a long way towards my education!

    I know you may not like to get into politics, but on other web sites I’ve read about weather modification being done by various governments (ours included). Is this something that would ever be addressed on this site? It appears not everything that happens is driven by nature, if you can believe what’s on the other sites. Take care!

    1. Ray

      “…weather modification…”

      If we assume that Man is puny in comparison with Nature, one is led to be sceptical of the idea that governments CAN modify weather. They may have tried,0 or be trying still.

        1. Ray

          Re Tibet.

          Cloud seeding with silver iodide spewing from ground burners, to increase snow-fall in a mountainous water-shed downwind.
          The USA had a research program for this, a half-century ago.


          As the video explains, the conditions have to be just right if the seeding is to work.

          I would tend to classify this sort of thing as being attempts at water management, rather than at weather modification. Anyway, it is not even close to being climate modification.

  11. Fred Behling

    Merry Christmas, Cap! ‘Always look forward to your Electroverse posts! I often forward them to friends, and always suggest they subscribe! Your work is essential and irreplaceable! Good ol’Sol is responsible for the “climate” on every planet in our solar system, and we are part of that system! When will the Al Gore’s and Greta Thunberg’s of this world WTFU? I know ,I know; it doesn’t fit the “narrative”!!

  12. Roderick MacIsaac

    Merry Christmas and thank you for the great work you do to help spread the truth. I very much look forward to your daily updates. BC Canada

  13. prioris

    The spring run off from mountains should help the reservoirs refill.

  14. Thomas Dunn

    I love this site. Very interesting reading. The pictures are also great, like yesterday’s volcano in Tonga.

  15. C-Marie

    When I grew up in Seattle, Wa., in th forties, it snowed every year!!
    God bless, C-Marie

  16. Deb

    If you’re worried about surviving the coming (mini) ice age, marry a Russian. The Russians regard snow the fish regard water! Amazing!

  17. Deb

    The way fish regard water.

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

    My ancestors were “Germans from Russia” but very few of those descendants really “get” what’s going on now.

    Mikey finally just now “gets” graphene/5G… so next to Electroverse also getting it long ago and spreading the word… well… best x-mas ever. Cheers, stay well Amigos. RWB… channelling RWF, AW and Rolfy… they’d all be very proud that Cap, our sentient sentinel, is still helping to carrying the IAN/IAA/CTTM torch for all of them.
    Situation Update, Dec 22, 2021 (Parts 1 and 2) – Harvard scientist Charles Lieber, graphene, nanowires, DoD, CCP, Wuhan, covid and vaccine bioweapons


    COMING SHOWS — Alan Watt Redux
    Saturday, Dec. 25, 2021
    “Cutting Through the Matrix” with Alan Watt Redux
    (A Blurb, i.e. Educational Talk/Genius From the Past) (DON’T MISS THIS X-MAS SHOW – you can bet AW will moisten you up)

    1. Matt Hess

      Has Rolf produced anything lately? I haven’t seen anything from him in the past 2 years.

    2. Deb

      I woke up at 2:30am and spent my morning with Alan Watt. Now I’m both impressed and depressed.

      What recourse do we have against the PTB? Some people seem to think that if enough people wake up to what’s going on, we will reach a tipping point in human consciousness that will take us down a divergent path. It’s an attractive thought, don’t know if it’s true or not, but as AW pointed out, most people are not inclined to question.

      It’s always a minority, isn’t it? Jesus himself said that only a minority will find the narrow way that leads to the kingdom of God
      That’s because only a minority are looking for it.

      The sad truth is that the majority of people are complacent sheep, content to follow their programming. Which is why only a minority of us have thrown away our TVs. Most people don’t mind the brainwashing.

      I particularly enjoyed the article entitled “Waking up-Religion Shopping.” I agree that ” religion” is simply another form of control. I found it interesting that AW had the same experiences I have had with a power who interacts at a personal level with me, creating experiences that fall far outside the realm of random happenstance. When it happens to you, it becomes part of what you know to be true of life. No ” blind faith” about it.

    3. Deb

      Looks like RF has not been expunged from Twitter. Thanks for the trip down memory lane.

  19. Philip

    Enjoy your site.
    Can you investigate why the drought map for California is not changing despite 2 to 3 large rain/snow events this fall?https://droughtmonitor.unl.edu/

    How long can they keep this lie going?


  20. Chris Norman

    Great job CA. thank you.

  21. Deb

    Feliz Navidad y Prospero Ano, todo el mundo!

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