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Northern Hemisphere Predicted an “Extreme Deep Winter Freeze” by one of Russia’s Top Forecasters, a Foot of Early-Season Snow Hits the Alps, as Gas Prices Surge Another “Astonishing” 30%

The lower-latitudes are cooling in line with historically low solar activity, and energy prices are soaring.

The needless ‘green’ policies rolled-out over the past decade+ are biting back, and the poor/unprepared are expected to struggle to heat their homes this winter.

These are the facts — here’s hoping the brutal reality of the next 6 months can stir the brainwashed masses out of their orchestrated stupor.

Northern Hemisphere Predicted an “Extreme Deep Winter Freeze”

As reported by, one of Russia’s top forecasting centers has warned that “extreme weather” will grip the Northern Hemisphere this winter.

Anomalously-harsh conditions are predicted to hit vast pockets of the hemisphere in early January, according to the meteorological center Phobos, which also sees snow levels in Siberia, for example, surpassing levels “twice as severe as the average.”

This season’s snow mass is already off to an impressive start.

As I reported on Tuesday, NH accumulations have opened some 250 Gigatons above the 1982-2012 average:

According to to this year’s Farmers Almanac, a cold and snowy setup will play out in North America, too.

“It’s going to happen again!” reports regarding Texas, which suffered a deadly Arctic blast last winter.

Quoting the Farmers Almanac, Texans may be “Chilled to the Bone” again this year, and as result, news sources, area officials and local citizens are urging their families, friends and Texas/Arkansas residents to get prepared now — this includes stocking up on items such as blankets, water bottles, canned goods, candles, shovels, batteries, flashlights and firewood.

A Foot+ of Early-Season Snow Hits the Alps

This week, the European Alps are witnessing an early taste of the winter to come with multiple ski resorts registering snowfall totals of more than a foot (30+cm), reports

Italy’s Passo Stelvio (pictured below) has seen a healthy 10 inches (25 cm) of fresh snow.

Stelvio is one of eight glacier areas in Austria, Italy and Switzerland to have already opened its slopes for the ski season — four more are due to open this coming weekend, along with the first two centers up in Finland, Levi and Ruka.

Italy’s Passo Stelvio ski resort logs 10 inches of fresh snow.

The Stubai glacier, due to open on Friday, along with already open Hintertux (pictured below) and Pitztal, have reported more than a foot (30+cm) so far, with further flurries in the forecast.

Hintertux registers more than a foot of early-season snow.

We recall those ‘hints of the winter to come’ even back in August and September, when notable summer snowfall hit Europe’s highest elevations; however, this latest event is “much heavier”, continues the article, and has “pushed the snowline down below 1,000m (3,280ft) altitude in some areas”.

The majority of the European continent has been suffering extreme temperature anomalies of late.

And looking ahead (see latest GFS run below), the chill won’t abate anytime soon–particularly for central and eastern regions where departures from the norm are set to slide double-digits below average.

This week, the Balkans region, for example, will suffer freezing nighttime lows a whopping 16C below the seasonal average:

GFS 2m Temp Anomalies (C) for Oct 8 [].

Conversely, Western and Northern Europe is currently enjoying a pocket of mild weather; but this is isn’t expected to last.

A white Halloween is actually on the cards for the UK. According to Met Office meteorologists, “cold and unsettled weather will hit the UK in the coming weeks” and “we’re likely to see some snowy weather as October moves into November”.

Gas Prices Surge Another “Astonishing” 30%

This threat of a cold Fall and Winter is one of the components driving energy prices to new all-time highs.

In recent weeks, much of Europe has seen a rapidly growing energy crisis, with some parts of the continent experiencing a 500% increase in the price of gas for the heating and fueling industry as supplies run historically low.

In England, The City reacted with “astonishment” yesterday “as natural gas prices continued soaring to unheard of levels,” reports day ahead natural gas prices jumped another 78p to 355p per therm, a rise of almost a third in just a few hours.

Jim Reid, a strategist at Deutsche Bank, called the price moves “astonishing”.

Natural gas prices have soared 500% so far this year, repeatedly reaching new all-time highs.

This climb is due in no small part to the historically cold winter of 2020-21 suffered across Europe and Asia which depleted supplies, but failed renewables and a lack of forward-thinking by hamstrung politicians dutifully towing the AGW Party line haven’t helped.

In the UK, gas has already well-exceeded the previous record of 120p per therm reached in 2018 when the “Beast from the East” battered the British Isles. Understandably, such sky-high energy prices are stoking fears about the UK economy — factories have already been forced to shutdown due to costs and consumers are likely to face soaring bills in the near future when the energy price cap is next reviewed.

“This is a big deal,” said George Saravelos at Deutsche Bank.

“The importance of these moves on inflation, growth and external accounts are not to be underestimated.”

As hinted at above, another frigid winter will plunge the world into a genuine crisis (if it isn’t in one already). A difficult winter could cause the continent to slip deeper into an even worse energy catastrophe, is how puts it: Simon Thorne, the UK’s global director of generating fuels at S&P Global Platts, has said that “a very cold winter would be disastrous for many — even marginally cold would be very difficult.”

Throw all notions of a ‘climate crisis’ out of the window — the controlling elites, via their MSM lapdogs, are spinning us a yarn on that front. Instead, we all need to prepare for a future of self-reliance as the empire crumbles. Don’t wait.

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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19 Thoughts to “Northern Hemisphere Predicted an “Extreme Deep Winter Freeze” by one of Russia’s Top Forecasters, a Foot of Early-Season Snow Hits the Alps, as Gas Prices Surge Another “Astonishing” 30%”

  1. Allen

    These snowy predictions are not supported by what is actually happening in Europe. Most of the Mediterranean and Northern Europe are experiencing balmy temperatures. No snow shown anywhere on the current weather maps nor any forecast.

    1. Cap Allon

      Central/Southern/Eastern Europe is freezing.
      Early snow is falling over the Alps, and much more is predicted ACROSS the continent.

    2. DIrk Pitt

      Western EU is being warmed by La Palma heat plume for now, other areas look like it’s already winter:
      Norway forecast 30″ snow next ten days:—add-more-layers/overlays?snowAccu,2021101218,64.783,20.347,5

      Central Eurasia, -15F, 32″ of snow forecast:—add-more-layers/overlays?temp,2021101218,69.565,103.359,3,m:fAqaiSj—add-more-layers/overlays?snowAccu,2021101218,69.548,90.747,7,m:fBfaiEb

      Kamchatka forecast, 53″ of snow forecast next ten days:—add-more-layers/overlays?snowAccu,2021101218,54.591,160.049,6,m:fb7akvE

      There is much snow in the forecast, just not the one you are looking at.

    3. I live in Belgrade, the capital of Serbia, my whole life and it is very cold for this time of year.

  2. matt dalby

    Sadly the U.K. government announced today that the rise in gas prices shows that we need to move away from fossil fuels and develop more renewables. This statement is so wrong that it’s hard to believe an otherwise (reasonably) intelligent minister could say it with a straight face. What the U.K. needs is to expand gas production, via fracking, and thus be less affected by global price fluctuations while at the same time investing in nuclear and stop pouring billions of pounds of subsidies into unreliable renewables. Sadly if the government can’t even identify the real cause of the problem there is zero chance they can start to solve it.
    Millions of people’s lives are going to take a turn for the worse this winter and many will die because of the government’s blinkered thinking. However this happened in 2020-21 because of crazy covid policies and very few people stood up and challenged the official line. Therefore I doubt that the majority of people will realise what is actually happening when the lights go out this winter and they can’t afford to keep warm.

    1. kathrin

      I do not think that fracking is a good idea. It has such a vast impact on the soil and the water, that you will run out of clean groundwater if you go on using this technique


        there is no need to frack,there are a few companies in britain that drill for gas by conventional means,angus energy is one of them that hope to be producing gas for the grid for 2022..another is ukog,however councils tend to block planning applications and slow down the timescales for these companies .

      2. Donald Allen

        Fracking is down thousands of feet below the water table. Minuscule chance of pollution

      3. kathrin,
        Fracking takes place thousands of feet below the water table for no effect on water quality.

    2. P. J. Flanders

      Sadly, the govt HAS identified the real problem. It’s YOU and millions/billions like you-and me.

      And they are solving their problem by erasing us from the face of the earth, through deadly energy policies, engineered diseases, poison vacs, and any other means that come to mind. They’ll just drown you in your bathtub if they have to.

  3. Ragnar Ravn

    Plato’s Noble Lie is everywhere.

    The energy crises we are heading into is fully on purpose to advance the “Greenflation” making fossil fuels so expensive that it will make, not, renewables competitive.

    The whole AGW shit show is based on the Noble Lie rationale of doing good justifies lying to the people for their own sake.

    But hopefully this winter and the suffering it will bring the people, will open a lot of eyes to the narrative managers overshoot.

    The big problem is the Karen and Ken’s fear of cognitive dissonance and fear of realising that their beloved leaders are waging a war against them. Because then, they would have to act and miss out on the comfortable life the “Brave new world” with eternal gratification from escapist pleasures like Netflix and fast food.

    My guess is that we are transitioning this year from “Brave new world” to 1984 where it’s the fear and retaliation that will keep the sheep in check. Not the escapist pleasures any longer.

    Covid restrictions was the first step. Economic meltdown will pave the way for “You own nothing, have no privacy and never been happier”

    The showdown between the will of the elite and the deceived peoples is about to get real and hunger and cold is a great incentive to fight back.

    The French Revolution happened because of food shortages and harsh living conditions.

    Let’s hope they run out of Soma so the Karen and Ken’s have to wake up to realities.

  4. DIrk Pitt

    Volcanic plume from Hawaii eruption last weekend now hitting NW Greenland. It went through the US and Canada already and has combined with other volcanic plumes from Mexico and C America and will bring 10′ of snow there.—add-more-layers/overlays?satellite,43.771,-58.711,3—add-more-layers/overlays?snowAccu,76.142,-64.962,7,m:fMDaeoZ

    The jet stream takes it South around Greenland around Hurricane Sam and into EU for another loop combined with La Palma ‘s ongoing eruptions.

  5. Haydn

    say bye bye to the world you once knew. we enjoy herding the cattle to here and there, we are legion for we are many(its the big club, George carlin).

  6. Eleonora

    Create VK page of Electroverse.
    There is no censorship on VK..
    I am posting there your articles.
    Create and VK link button for sharing article….

  7. Taco

    Here in the Netherlands we hardly had any frost so far (dec. 2nd ’22) and outside right now it is 12 degr. C. So where is that horror winter?

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