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Historic Cold continues to batter Brazil, with an unprecedented 33+ Rio Grande do Sul Municipalities seeing Snow on Wednesday

South America has been buffeted by extreme polar chills in recent months.

Historic snowfall hit Argentina in mid-June, while a host of new all-time low temperature records have been set across the South American continent throughout July–including the second coldest temperature ever logged in the tropics.

A new wicked freeze tore through southern Brazil this week, further damaging the nation’s coffee and corn crops–among others.

Rare and heavy snowfall also swept the country –on Wednesday (July 28)– leaving at least 13 cities across the state of Rio Grande do Sul blanketed in snow — an unprecedented feat.

Meteorologists began warning of this latest round of polar cold last week, saying it was set to be the coldest since 1955.

“The cold air mass has the potential to be one of the most intense of this century,” warned MetSul.

The weather agency saw a large mass of Antarctic air threatening to ride unusually-far north on the back of a weak and wavy ‘meridional’ jet stream flow (a phenomenon associated with the historically low solar activity Earth is currently receiving).

As result of the warning, health authorities met on Monday to prepare for the polar outbreak.

This was just in time, as on Tuesday the cold wave hit, and soon engulfed the majority of the South American continent:

GFS 2m Temperature Anomalies (C) July 28 – 31 [tropicaltidbits.com].

This extreme cold is forecast to persist throughout the weekend, with readings some 20C below the seasonal norms expected.

Such exceptional lows will further ravage the continent’s already decimated coffee and corn harvests, particularly in Brazil; but Uruguay, Paraguay, Bolivia, and Argentina are also suffering substantial losses.

This will result in serious ramifications on already skyrocketing global food indexes.

The mercury reached an all-time low -7.8C (18F) in the state of Santa Catarina on Wednesday.

While rare snowfall has been reported in at least 13 cities across the state of Rio Grande do Sul.

According to MetSul’s website, a record 33+ municipalities in Rio Grande do Sul saw snow on Wednesday.

Brazilians took to the streets to “celebrate” the arrival of the global warming goodness.

They shared photos and footage of the historic event on social media:

“In more than 30 years of weather forecasting in Rio Grande do Sul, we have never seen horizontal snow with such strong winds and greatly reduced visibility. It’s what North Americans call a snowstorm,” said MetSul.

I shouldn’t need to tell you, but these are incredibly rare scenes for Brazil:

The MSM may be obsessed with their heat-driving agenda, but they’re exclusions of ‘negative’ anomalies are telling.

As is their sidestepping of the inconvenient fact that Earth’s average temperature is currently holding below the 30-year average:

The AGW theory is collapsing like a flan in cupboard.

And if a crippling bout of global cooling wasn’t on the horizon, the collapse would be comical (saying that, watching the likes of Michael Mann and Gavin Schmidt see their years of fear-mongering and data-tampering exposed will still bring a smile to my face).

Spotless Sun

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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6 Thoughts to “Historic Cold continues to batter Brazil, with an unprecedented 33+ Rio Grande do Sul Municipalities seeing Snow on Wednesday”

  1. Thank you Cap.

    Here is another downside to cold weather:

    by Joseph d’Aleo and Allan MacRae, September 4, 2015

    We published this paper and then revised it when the excellent study by Gasparrini et al appeared in The Lancet. We can expect many cold-related deaths this season in South America and the African continent.

  2. Martin Siebert

    I live in southern Brazil (Curitiba) and this cold air wasn’t so low , so negative as Metsul predicted (-20…-25°C in RS/SC places), each year in winter it snows in some cities in SC and RS. If the next week it reach 25°C certainly they will turn it into a AGW catastrophe.
    Exactly because we are not used to such intense cold…they’ll say this extreme cold came to us it’s because to the hottest year in the world.
    Be carefull with these kind of news! There are a lot of them.
    I’m a Geoghrafer, I always look at the forecast wheater first and after the reality. Absence of heat = cold, we’ll have late cold this year, irregular rain, drought again and fewer hot days: that doesn’t mean more heat, it means more La Ninãs probably confirmed.
    I like and believe in:
    ‘Metsul’s website exaggerates in his predictions and they believe the A.G.W. hoax, a few days ago they said this was the hottest year and out of nowhere they use exaggeration and sensationalism to show up and get credibility.
    Understand why a major cold event is not the correct scientific argument for analyzing climate trends
    MetSul | 02/16/2021

    -Situations like these obviously raise doubts about global warming, but the cold doesn’t remove the fact that the planet is warming up and will continue to warm up in the long term without measures to mitigate greenhouse gas emissions.

    1. prioris

      DOUBT went out the window a long time ago. It is FRAUD to talk about global warming theory as any real possibility.

    2. Hello Martim. Wie gehts?
      I am “gaucho” too. METSUL with the departure of Eugenio Hackbarth, unfortunately is confused. In Brazil today only Felício, Moliom and Climaterra of Coutinho against consensus.

  3. Martin Siebert

    Climatologist explains cold snap in Brazil
    ‘In addition to being winter, we have a very specific confluence of factors,’ says Ricardo Felício.

    On the morning of Friday 30, the city of Campos do Jordão, in São Paulo, registered -2.6°C, a record for the last twelve years. During the week, it snowed in Rio Grande do Sul and in the mountains of Santa Catarina. The Civil Defense of Santa Catarina counts 51 cities with negative temperatures in the State. In one of them, São Joaquim, the thermal sensation reached -20°C, in a region known as Morro da Igreja. Oeste interviewed Professor Ricardo Felício to understand what is happening with the climate in the country. He holds a master’s degree in Antarctic meteorology and a doctoral professor in climatology. His most recent venture is a YouTube channel, where he addresses these issues in a didactic way.


    1. prioris

      Recardo Felicio has been on “climate denier” list

      In 2007, a UK judge banned the Inconvenient Truth

      Here is Wired media article talking out of both sides of it’s mouth


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