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Multiple Cold Records Toppled in British Columbia — Grand Solar Minimum

The historic September snowstorm shattered record after record over the weekend, dropping more than 4 feet of powder in some regions. So far we’ve concentrated on the all-time, monthly and daily cold records toppled in the NW U.S., but now it’s Canada’s turn, more specifically, B.C.’s.

Heavy harvest-disrupting snow and record-low temperatures were registered in British Columbia:

A total of 48 cm (18.9 inches) of powder accumulated at Paulson Summit over the weekend. The Kootenay Pass received 35 cm (13.8 inches), while Pennask and the Coquihalla received 14 cm (5.5 inches) and 7 cm (2.8 inches) of snow, respectively.

Multiple all-time daily low minimum temperature records were broken too, in at least 3 sites:

  • Burns Lake plunged to -7.4C (18.7F) on Sat, Sept 28 busting the previous record of -6.1C (21F) set back in 1983 (solar minimum of cycle 21), and to a bone-chilling -8.4C (16.9F) on Sun, Sept 29 surpassing the old mark of -7.5 from 1991.

  • The mercury in Bella Bella dropped to 0.4C (32.7F) on Saturday, smashing the old record of 4C set in 1977 (solar minimum of cycle 20), and to 0.7 on Sunday, tying the record low set in 2009 (solar minimum of cycle 23).

  • While Port Hardy set a new record on Sunday when the temp in the northern Vancouver Island community sank to 0C (32F), breaking the previous record of 0.7C (33.3F) set in 1985 (solar minimum of cycle 21).

I’m certain more record lows fell in B.C., and I’ll be checking with the official NOAA data once it’s compiled, but these are all I could find for now.

Note how almost every previous record was set during a solar minimum (check the years against the chart below). Solar activity plays a crucial role in earth’s climate, and for the IPCC to ignore it in their reports is absurd at best and fraudulent at worst.

Demonstrating the double peaks and skipes in the observed solar cycle as measured in the sunspot area data.

The cold times are returning, in line with historically low solar activity.

NASA themselves have said this next solar cycle (25) will be “the weakest of the past 200 years“:

Those who can put two and two together see a prolonged period of global cooling just over the horizon (research the Dalton and Maunder Minimums — start by clicking the link at the bottom of the page).

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