According to the National Weather Service (NWS), the city of Duluth, Minnesota witnessed below average temperatures and record-setting snowfall last month.
Breaking it down, here are the port cities official NWS numbers for May 2019:
- Average High: 59.7F (2.5F below normal)
- Average Low: 39F (1.6F below normal)
- Average Temperature: 49.3F (2.1F below normal)
- Precipitation: 3.87 inches (0.64 inches above normal)
- Snowfall: 13.3 inches (a whopping 12.9 inches above normal)
That monster monthly snowfall total of 13.3 inches smashed the previous all-time record of 8.1 inches set back in 1954 (solar minimum of cycle 18).
In addition, three daily snowfall records were also toppled last month:
- On May 8 — 8.3 inches fell busting the previous record of 5 inches from 1924 (solar minimum of cycle 15)
- On May 9 — 2.3 inches accumulated beating 1990’s record of 0.2 inches
- And on May 19 — 2.4 inches fell breaking the previous all-time record set back in 1963 (solar minimum of cycle 19)
Furthermore, May 8’s 8.3 inches was also the most snowfall in any day for the month of May, breaking Duluth’s previous record of 5.5 inches set 117 years ago on May 10, 1902 (solar minimum of cycle 13).
The sun controls earth’s climate.
Wake up alarmists.
Climate is cyclic, never linear.
And the cold times are returning.
Grand Solar Minimum + Pole Shift