The UK, unlike much of the rest of the planet, has experienced a relatively mild 2020 thus far. The occasional blast of Arctic air has still managed to engulf the nation –such as the early May snowfall and record-cold— but on the whole, it’s been mild.
The long-running Central England Temperature record (CET) reveals that the mercury in England has held some 2C above average so far in 2020.
2C…? 2C..? 2C..? That increase rings a bell…
Isn’t that the figure we’re all desperately trying to avoid in order to fend off a climate catastrophe…? Doesn’t 2C of warming represent the “tipping point” after which uncontrollably spiraling temperatures melt asphalt and render Earth uninhabitable…?
Well, from January to June the UK has already been there. During the first 5 months of the year, Britain’s average temperature held at almost exactly 2C above the 1961-1990 norm (an historically cool era btw — no wonder the WMO have chosen it as their standard period for reference for climatological data).
The UK has been at the point of no return for all of 2020; it’s been at the brink of societal collapse unable to cope with the ravages caused by the rising mercury — and just look at some of the scenes:
And spare a thought for this poor bastard:
But thankfully –as warmth is considered detrimental to life and biodiversity on Earth (a stance which goes against hundreds of millions of years of evidence btw)— the climate tables are turning, and, as we enter early June, the devastating heat looks set to subside.
The meridional (wavy) jet stream flow –linked with low solar activity– has buckled the other way, meaning cold, Arctic air will now descend southwards and “save” large portions of Europe by the end of the week:
Even the BBC has picked up on it:
“On Friday, the wind starts to pick up especially so across northern Scotland and Northern Ireland, it’s a cold northerly,” said presenter Carol Kirkwood.
“It’s worth mentioning too that on Friday night and into Saturday morning what we are looking at is the risk of some sleet and snow above 700 metres in the hills of northern Scotland. Can you believe that?”
Yes, Carol — yes I can.
Because the COLD TIMES are returning in line with historically low solar activity, cloud-nucleating Cosmic Rays, and a meridional jet stream flow–a meridional jet stream flow that is also capable of dragging warm tropical air northwards, as it did in western Europe through the second half of May. The predominate feature, however, as the Sun sinks ever-deeper into its next Grand Solar Minimum cycle, will be an overall refreezing of the lower latitudes.
It’s been a chilly May across the Planet
While the UK experienced a slightly warmer May than average (CET +1.3C), many other (larger) regions of the planet registered a month of record-breaking cold.
North America is approximately 81 times bigger than the UK, and it suffered an historically chilly May:
North America has also been on a stark cooling trend since 2015 — one 29 times the official avg. rate of increase since 1880, according to the NOAA report released Jan 2020: “The global annual temperature has increased at an avg. rate of 0.07C (0.13F) per decade since 1880.”
Australia is 32 times bigger than Britain, and it suffered a May where recording-breaking cold temperatures comfortably outstripped heat records:
A solar-driven cyclical chill is returning.
Even NASA agrees (if you read between the lines), with the agency revealing that this upcoming solar cycle (25) will be “the weakest of the past 200 years,” and it correlating previous solar shutdowns with prolonged periods of global cooling here.
Don’t fall for bogus warm-mongering political agendas.
Prepare for the COLD — learn the facts, relocate if need be, and grow your own.
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