Norwegian ski resorts are cheering the heavy early-season snow forecast for this week — in fact, across much of western Europe it’s set to feel like autumn as a meridional jet stream flow sends cold, Arctic air anomalously-far south.
Rare heavy summer snow is forecast for large parts of central and northern Norway and could actually spill into Sweden’s Norrland region, too.
The flakes have already started accumulating –as of Sunday evening– and are expected to intensify through Monday and Tuesday. According to latest GFS runs, as much as 30 cm (1 foot) could fall on the peaks, while fall-like temperatures will infect much of Scandinavia (as well as much of western Europe):
Norwegians have had very little opportunity to visit the beach or light the barbecue this summer season. July’s average temperature came out at 0.6C below the norm, making it the country’s coldest July in 50 years, while an “unusual” 35 cm (14 inches) of early-summer snow was suffered at the start of the month. This week’s late-summer snowfall now bookends what has been an incredibly short growing season ACROSS Scandinavia, as well as much of Europe: a pattern long-predicted by those following the activity of the Sun and its impact on Earth’s climate.
FURTHER EVIDENCE THAT THE ARCTIC COLD IS SHIFTING SOUTH
While Norway was suffering a historically cold July, the nation’s northern archipelago of Svalbard (located between mainland Norway and the North Pole) was enjoying record heat.
Svalbard Airport’s reading of 21.7C on July 25 set a new record for the warmest July temperature ever breaking the previous record set back in 1976.
Notice any similarities between 1976 and 2020?
In addition, July 2020’s Arctic ice distribution was the lowest since satellite observations began more than 40 years ago–however, this is entirely expected during a Grand Solar Minimum (GSM).
NASA, and others, have revealed that while Earth’s overall temperature cools during a GSM –as the Sun’s output drops lower and lower– not all regions experience the chill. As with the previous GSM (the Maunder Minimum 1645-1715), areas like the Arctic, Alaska, and S. Greenland/N. Atlantic actually warm during bouts of otherwise “global” cooling. NASA reveals the phenomenon in their Maunder Minimum temperature reconstruction map:
Climate is cyclic, never linear –despite what the MSM may be feeding us– and historical documentation is calling this the return of the COLD TIMES. The Arctic appears to be warming again –slightly– but the warming is line with the historically low solar activity we’re currently experiencing and its impact on the jet streams and NOT due to Man’s wholly-beneficial CO2-excretions.
Thankfully, real-world observations have been doggedly persistent of late and even through the noise and obfuscation oozing out of fraudulent political bodies like the IPCC they have been easy to spot.
Low solar activity = global cooling: a baffling notion to some, but one that makes total sense when you drop the modern political dogma and instead incorporate the science of cloud-nucleating Cosmic Rays and a meridional jet stream flow. Even NASA themselves appear to agree, if you read between the lines, with their forecast for this upcoming solar cycle (25) seeing it as “the weakest of the past 200 years,” with the agency correlating previous solar shutdowns to prolonged periods of global cooling here.
Don’t fall for bogus, political agendas.
Prepare for the COLD — learn the facts, relocate if need be, and grow your own.
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