Latest GFS runs show a wide-reaching polar blast could be on course to descend deep into North America come the end of September. This looks cold, and has the potential to drive the snow line anomalously far south for the time of year (stay tuned for updates).
Temperatures are set to sink some 10C below-average across huge portions of the U.S. and Canada.
Those ‘blues & pinks’ could also infect practically ALL of Central America, affecting Mexico, Guatemala, Honduras and El Salvador:
GFS TEMP ANOMALIES (C) — SEPT 30
This pattern is what we’d expect to see during the onset of a Grand Solar Minimum. And it’s not only those wide-reaching ‘blues & pinks’ which confirm this, but also the locations of those ‘reds & oranges’.
Looking below at NASA’s Maunder Minimum Temperature Reconstruction Map, some regions of the planet actually warm during periods of global cooling.
The Arctic, North Atlantic and Alaska being the ‘big three’:
Furthermore, and in addition to late-Sept’s anomalous cold, the snow line is also encroaching south.
The models show heavy powder falling across much of North America over the next 10 days — from vast swathes of Canada down to the U.S. states of Montana, Idaho, Wyoming Colorado and Utah:
GFS TOTAL SNOWFALL (inches) — thru to OCT 02
The winter of 2019-20 is shaping up to be a doozy, in line with historically low solar activity.
The global thermometer record has exaggerated –and is now extending– an entirely natural warming trend caused by historically high solar activity.
Agencies –such as NOAA– are using the Urban Heat Island (UHI) effect, as well as careful cherry picking, to show warming where there simply is none (click here for more on that from Roy Spencer PhD).
The reality we’re living is actually one of falling global average temperatures and increasing snowpack.
Since the start of 2016, global temps have dropped 0.5C (UAH Sat-Based GLA).
And ‘Total Snow Mass for the Northern Hemisphere’ for the 2018-19 season reached historic highs, and has started well-above average for this 2019-20 season, too.
Our future is one of continued cooling, unfortunately, not warming.
NASA have revealed this next solar cycle (25) will be “the weakest of the past 200 years,” and have linked past spells of reduced solar output with cooler global temps here: earthobservatory.nasa.gov.
Analysis by Professor Valentina Zharkova has us entering the next Grand Solar Minimum as early as 2020, as all four of the sun’s magnetic fields go out of phase:
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