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Northern Hemisphere Snow Season off to a Monster Start — More Historic Accumulations on the Way

EARLY SEASON SNOW is currently blanketing vast swathes of the Northern Hemisphere, with the snow line encroaching anomalously-far south in both Siberia & N. America, as of Oct 8 — and before the second historic snowstorm in two weeks buries the Midwest U.S. this weekend.

Comparing the daily snow cover to previous years on climate.rutgers.edu, the NH doesn’t appear to have had this widespread of a covering on Oct 8 since back in 2002 when eastern Canada/western Russia had accumulated a little more powder:


This season’s snowpack is still piling- up far earlier than usual, however.

Aided in part by the record amount of powder that survived 2019’s summer melt:

Total Snow Mass for the NH (first plotted point of 2019-20 season is way above avg.)


And as mentioned above, yet another truly historic snowstorm –the second in two weeks!– is bearing down on Canada & the U.S., on course to hit this weekend bringing totals which will likely see us surpass the snowy start 2002 experienced.

GFS TOTAL SNOW FALL (N. AMERICA) – OCT 09 to OCT 25


A violent buckling of the jet stream –linked to low solar activity– will funnel brutal Arctic air anomalously-far south, with practically ALL states on course to get walloped at some point over the next few days.

GFS TEMP ANOMALY (C) for OCT 12


And story is similar in much of Russia as well, where up to a meter of snow is forecast to accumulate over the next 10-14 days. Same in China. And in Sweden and Norway, too — crazy early season snow shows no signs of abating as we continue through October, adding to the already widespread pack:

GFS TOTAL SNOW FALL (ASIA) – OCT 09 to OCT 25


GFS TOTAL SNOW FALL (EUROPE) – OCT 09 to OCT 25


This winter season has begun exactly as predicted.

We’re only on the 9th of October, and by the 13th the U.S. will have already suffered two HISTORIC snowstorms — both underplayed by the MSM.

These storms have significant consequences, particularly on our crop production — harvests are suffering and wheat futures are up as a result, climbing to a two month-high in yesterday’s trading.

Low solar activity is disrupting the jet stream, reverting its usual tight Zonal flow to a weak Meridional one. This wavy flow diverts Arctic air to the lower latitudes —where us humans reside— and for time-immemorial has heaped untold miseries on the established civilization of the day, rendering growing regions useless, leading to famine, unrest, and ultimately the society’s collapse.

Overlaying the peak of past civilizations atop the GISP2 Ice Core data clearly illustrates the pattern:


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

NASA has revealed this next solar cycle (25) will be “the weakest of the past 200 years” and have tied previous solar shutdowns to prolonged periods of global cooling here.


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2 Thoughts to “Northern Hemisphere Snow Season off to a Monster Start — More Historic Accumulations on the Way”

  1. flow in

    what’s with the snow mass graph not updating?

    21st september seems a long time ago now

    1. Cap Allon

      It should update daily once the winter season gets going.

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