The densely populated Indian city of Mumbai reported its coldest January day in over a decade on Thursday, January 17 with a maximum temperature of 25.3C — a full six degrees below the norm.
Daytime temperatures had been steadily dropping all week as cool northerly winds encroached anomalously-far south–a pattern exaggerated by the historically low solar activity we’re currently experiencing.
Thursday’s high of 25.3C was the city’s lowest for the month of January since 2009 (solar minimum of weak cycle 23). And Thursday’s low of 15.4C, while not a record, still came out a full two degrees below the seasonal average. The accolade for coldest January night ever is held by Jan. 22, 1962, when the mercury plunged to a nipple hardening 7.4C.
“Lowest maximum temperature indicates the severity of chill during the daytime,” said K.S. Hosalikar, deputy director general of meteorology at India Meteorological Department.
“The effect is due to the western disturbance in north India and northerly winds. Temperature will drop further on Friday … Minimum temperature will also drop further,” added Hosalikar.
–because it doesn’t fit the narrative Prarthana–
The lower latitudes are refreezing in line with historically low solar activity.
And SC25 is likely a stop-off on the sun’s descent into its next full-blown Grand Solar Minimum cycle:
Don’t be fooled by bogus political agendas — our future is one of ever-descending COLD, and of CROP LOSS — prepare accordingly — relocate if need be, and grow your own.
Social Media channels are restricting Electroverse’s reach — be sure to subscribe to receive new post notifications by email (the box is located in the sidebar >>> or scroll down if on mobile).
And/or become a Patron by clicking here: patreon.com/join/electroverse
The site receives ZERO funding, and never has.
So any way you can, help us spread the message so others can survive and thrive in the coming times.
Grand Solar Minimum + Pole Shift