Extreme Weather GSM 

North America Braces for Monster (potentially historic) Late September Snow

Latest GFS runs show MONSTER snow falling across much of North America over the next 10 days.

From Sept 20 thru Sept 30, higher elevations, particularly those in the west, are set to receive anywhere up to 72 inches (6 feet) of powder, in the month of September!

The U.S. state of Montana looks set be the worst hit with the largest accumulations there settling at Glacier National Park, adding to the sizable snowpack which, against all the global warming odds, survived 2019’s summer melt season:

The heaviest snow is expected to fall between Friday, Sept 27 thru Sunday, Sept 29.

These totals, if they indeed play out, will be truly historic.

“I have never in my life seen a GFS model [in late Sept] that looks like this”, reports Diamond of the Oppenheimer Ranch Project.

Regarding the shock models, Diamond added “I couldn’t believe what I was seeing, I couldn’t believe my own eyes. In some regions, we’re looking at up to 6 feet of snow. It’s like a conveyor-belt of global warming goodness.”

GFS TOTAL SNOWFALL (inches) SEPT 20 thru OCT 05

The Northwest is also on course for some bone-chillingly low temperatures.

All time September cold records will tumble, says I — which isn’t a particularly bold statement given that temp departures are forecast to exceed 20C below normal:


This is a brutally-early start to winter. But it was predicted, at least by those that take the sun into consideration.

Our star is now entering what will be its “weakest solar cycle of the past 200 years,” say NASA, who have also tied previous solar shutdowns to prolonged periods of global cooling, here.

This lack of solar energy is weakening the jet stream, reverting the band of fast-moving air high above our heads to more of a meridional (wavy) flow. This pattern pulls cold Arctic air anomalously far-south while pushing warm tropical air to unusually high latitudes — the swings between extremes in earth’s weather are exaggerated by Grand Solar Minimums, as they have been time-immemorial.

In addition, while some far-northern regions of the planet have actually warmed during preious cooling events –the Arctic and Alaska, for example– the overall impact of a GSM has always been one of a dramatic cooling of the climate (NASA).

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2 Thoughts to “North America Braces for Monster (potentially historic) Late September Snow”

  1. Drew

    Date ranges: “between Friday, Sept 27 thru Sunday, Sept 29” is incorrect English – should be “between Friday, Sept 27 and Sunday, Sept 29” or “from Friday, Sept 27 thru Sunday, Sept 29”

    Altogether scary stuff, man!!


    1. Cap Allon

      I agree, what I’ve written is clunky — I’ll do better.

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