Following Spain’s weekend of surprise early-season-snow, ORANGE ALERTS have now been issued across the country as the prospect of yet more severe wintry-weather looms — residents have been urged to prepare.
Spain’s state weather agency AEMET had predicted last weekend’s “polar front” and subsequently placed parts of Mallorca and Menorca on orange alert. Now though, an additional 33 provinces have been placed under winter-weather alerts across the country -from Lugo in the north, to Malaga in the south- as further Arctic plunges appear set to engulf ALL of Western/Southwestern Europe this week.
A staggering 40 cm (15.8 inches) of snow buried Northern Spain’s ski resorts over the weekend, including Fuentes de Invierno, in Asturias — as reported by murciatoday.com.
Snow also fell in more unexpected areas, like Port de Pollenca — a small town in Northern Majorca.
And looking ahead, Thursday, Nov 14 appears particularly cold.
Latest GFS runs have temperatures across Spain, Portugal, France and NW Africa tumbling some 20C below the seasonal average:
GFS TEMP ANOMALY – NOV 14
And impressive snow totals are there to match, across the majority of Europe in fact — with the worst hit regions being Scandinavia, NW Russia, ALL of Poland, The Alps, and Northern Spain, while Scotland and Wales are also on course for some potentially disruptive early-season falls:
These accumulations will add to the astonishing, record-breaking totals suffered ACROSS the Northern Hemisphere so far this snow-year:
The lower-latitudes are refreezing in line with historically low solar activity.
Prepare for the COLD — grow your own.
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Grand Solar Minimum + Pole Shift