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New South Wales, Australia just suffered its Coldest Summer in a Decade

It wasn’t just Facebook giving Australia the cold shoulder this southern hemisphere summer — according to data from the Bureau of Meteorology (BoM), the eastern Aussie state of New South Wales (NSW) has just suffered its coldest summer season since 2011.

March 1 is the start of autumn down under. December 1 to February 28 is summer, and those 3-months delivered lower than average temperatures across the majority of Australia — NOAA reveals that 823 new low temperature records were set during that time-period in Australia, while the latest data from the BoM (released today, March 1) shows us that the southeastern Aussie state of NSW, distinguished by its coastal cities, national parks, and capital city Sydney, just endured its coldest summer since the end of the previous solar minimum (late 2010/early 2011).

As reported by the dailytelegraph.com.au, the average NSW temperature for the summer of 2020-21 was the coldest on record since 2011 when the average temperature reached a relatively cool 23.2C (73.8F).

According to the BoM –even with their UHI-ignoring bias– “mean maximum temperatures were cooler than average for much of the Aussie mainland,” with mean minimum temperatures “below average for the northern interior of Western Australia and adjacent Northern Territory, areas of southern inland New South Wales, north-west Victoria, and south-east and northern South Australia.”

The below image visualizes the Aussie summer just gone. It shows mean maximum temperatures held “very much below average” for the states of Northern Territory, South Australia, and Western Australia, with “below average” temps dominating NWS and Victoria to the southeast:

Aussie max temp deciles for Dec, 1 to Feb 28 [BoM].


In addition, “rainfall for summer was 29% above average for Australia as a whole,” with December 2020 coming out as the “third wettest December since national records began in 1900”–which I guess means no ill informed celebrities bleating on about the climate at this year’s golden globes…?

Aussie rainfall deciles for Dec, 1 to Feb 28 [BoM].


Australia is returning to its climatic conditions of the early 1900, and of the Centennial Minimum — researching the weather from this time-period in your local area will give you a far better indication of what’s on the horizon than any warm-mongering BoM forecast.

Historical documentation warns us time and time again that prolonged reductions in solar output correlate with a devastating impact on regional climates and in-turn the food production systems the civilizations of the time have in place.

Brace for extremes Australia — Malcolm Turnbull, 2018: “Now we are the land of droughts and flooding rains”.


The COLD TIMES are returning, the mid-latitudes are REFREEZING in line with the great conjunction, historically low solar activitycloud-nucleating Cosmic Rays, and a meridional jet stream flow (among other forcings).

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.

Furthermore, we can’t ignore the slew of new scientific papers stating the immense impact The Beaufort Gyre could have on the Gulf Stream, and therefore the climate overall.


Prepare accordingly— learn the facts, relocate if need be, and grow your own.

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4 Thoughts to “New South Wales, Australia just suffered its Coldest Summer in a Decade”

  1. Michael Williams

    Western Australia just had an unusually cold and wet February too and March has kicked off with the same anomalous weather today. In the recent two decades, we would sometimes get tropical wet weather in the aftermath of cyclones from up north but I don’t ever remember cold, wet weather. It’s almost like the GSM model predictions are…happening.

  2. Bill In Oz

    The BOM’s map of South Australia is plain wrong.
    We here in SA have just had the cold ‘summer ‘ ( ?) for 20 years.

    No tomatoes or capsicums or basil till late February. No eggplants either ! And the pumpkins and sweet potatoes in my garden are all sulking from the cold.

    Even John Lamb ion the ABC radio 891 gardening show last Saturday morning admitted it’s been a piss poor Summer.

    But the BOM ‘s climate scientists ? Well they all live in an air conditioned high rise tower in Adelaide. And never come out into the waether !

    Crystal screen gazers ! No better than astrologers of former times.
    Not worth a tinker’s fart !

  3. Matt

    Pretty sure this has nearly everything to do with the La Nina that’s (still) ongoing. If I recall correctly, La Nina typically produces cooler, wetter summers across Australia; in fact, just like this year, 2010-11 featured a fairly strong La Nina, and produced extreme flooding across Queensland.

  4. Colin Harkin

    I’m 72 and have followed the weather for decades. We live (10 years) on the southern tablelands 80kms north of Canberra, where we lived from 1974 – 1992. We we are very familiar with the weather in this part of Australia.

    This summer – spring was like it would never get started. Cool and rainy. The summer (December) arrived. By mid month, we were into a run of continuous cloudy days with drizzle rain mainly from the south east. This went on to around mid January after which we didn’t get any of the typically hot summer days of years past. I’m talking about daily averages of +30 degrees. Actual temps tendered to be in the low to mid 20’s. And there were more scattered clouds around during this period. Nights were much cooler.
    Rainfall during this period has been similar to past Jan – Dec results (we keep a record) but because it’s been cooler and more cloudy, evaporation has been extremely low. We have entered autumn 2021 with everything greener than most spring times let alone end of summer, when everything is usually brown and dry. Sporadic rain events are continuing helping growth of trees and grass.
    I’m convinced we are experiencing a major change in weather and the 25th Grand Solar Minimum the explanation. What else can affect the weather all over the country like this period? I don’t believe this weather is El Nino / La Nina driven, while there is likely to be some influence from Pacific Ocean temps. The effects are too wide spread and too extreme vs . normal. There are greater forces happening to bring this pattern into play.
    Summed up, winter in Australia / NZ this year will confirm what is actually developing. I’m predicting a longer cooler winter vs. normal.

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