A continent-spanning mass of Arctic air has parked itself over the eastern half of North America of late, rewriting the record-books in many states, districts, and provinces, including in New York, Washington, and Ontario.
The city of Syracuse, NY tied an all-time record low of 34F (1.1C) on Saturday morning, just after 6AM, a feat not achieved since 1943–during the solar minimum of cycle 17.
Buffalo also tied a low temperature record — the 38F (3.3C) registered on Saturday matched the record low for the day set back in 1995–solar minimum of cycle 22.
Many “Upstaters” woke to a rare September frost over the weekend –three weeks ahead of schedule!– with several, including local meteorologist Peter Hall, sharing scenes on social media:
Freeze Warnings and Advisories are in effect across New York State through Sunday, including in Cattaraugus and Allegany counties, meaning crop loss and damage to outdoor plumbing should be expected.
Further south, Washington, DC is suffering its coldest September temperatures in 20 years, with the chill forecast to persist into next week.
“A blast of cool autumn air has some of the DMV worried about frost and turning on their furnace,” reads a line from a wusa9.com article.
Two consecutive mornings in the 40s hasn’t been logged in DC since September, 2000, but this year the region is set for a stretch of at least four consecutive mornings with forecasts calling for three additional nights of record-breaking lows on Sunday, Monday, and Tuesday.
In addition, the mercury at Washington National Airport fell to 49F (9.4C) on Saturday morning, tying the previous all-time record set back in 2011.
Headed north, and across the border, the Canadian province of Ottawa has also been bust breaking/tying records for all-time September cold.
The final Saturday of Summer, 2020 saw the temp drop to 0.3C (32.5F) at the Ottawa Airport at 7AM, tying the record for coldest Sept 19 in Ottawa history, set in 2014.
It was a record-setting night elsewhere in Ottawa, too. According to Environment Canada, the overnight low of -2.2C (28F) logged at the Sault Ste. Marie Airport on Saturday morning was a new all-time record low, with the reading comfortably busting the old record of -1.9C (28.6F) set back in 1993–solar minimum of cycle 22.
Frost advisories remains in effect for Ottawa and eastern Ontario, with Environment Canada warning that “preventative measures should be taken “to protect frost-sensitive plants and trees.”
I can’t fit all these new cold-records in just one article.
The below GIF from coolwx.com will have to suffice:
The MSM would have you believe unprecedented HEAT is dominating the west, yet barely a handful of hot records are falling there–the dominating colors, as they have been and will be moving forward, are ones of “blue” & “purple” — please don’t fall for bogus political agendas.
The COLD TIMES are returning, the mid-latitudes are REFREEZING, in line with historically low solar activity, cloud-nucleating Cosmic Rays, and a meridional jet stream flow. 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.
Prepare for the COLD— learn the facts, relocate if need be, and grow your own.
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