Waves of anomalous cold are coloring the majority of the 11.73 million mi² African continent “blue” and “purple” this week, as the Grand Solar Minimum continues its intensification.
Latest GFS runs (below) reveal temperature departures some 4C – 10C below the seasonal norm will stretch the length and breadth of Africa today, June 19 — from Morocco in the north down to South Africa in, well, the south:
Much of Madagascar is also included:
The Zambia Meteorological Department (ZMD) has urged its people to keep themselves warm during the coming cold.
ZMD meteorologist Peggy Thole said the lowest temperature recorded yesterday was the 4C in Kabwe — a reading well-below the average for the time of year, with today’s temp expected to sink even lower.
The Kenya Meteorological department has also warned its residents to brace for a brutal three-month cold season.
“Chronic diseases such as arthritis and pneumonic attacks may increase due to the cold weather so people need to dress in warm clothes and eat well,” warned Murang’a’s director of meteorology Paul Murage.
The cold temperatures will also pose a challenge to this year’s harvest.
“If farmers do not properly dry and store their produce then the entire harvest will be lost due to the low temperatures,” added Murage.
And unless you live in either the Arctic, Alaska or the Southern Greenland you won’t be spared from the sharp decline in temperatures brought on by the coming Grand Solar Minimum (GSM).
Above is NASA’s temperature reconstruction map from the Maunder Minimum (the previous GSM). It reveals that some regions of the planet actually warm during periods of ‘global’ cooling.
Today, we find that these same regions –the Arctic, Alaska, S. Greenland– are once again warming slightly, while the lower-latitudes are cooling. This serves as further evidence that the period we’re entering is indeed one of solar-driven cooling.
Note, there is also no such thing as ‘global’ cooling — or ‘global’ warming for that matter. Nothing is simple when it comes to the climate, it doesn’t shift in one homogeneous blob. Instead, it is a frustratingly complex system containing cycles upon cycles upon cycles upon cycles — and there is no scientist on the planet that understands it (despite what the IPCC would have you believe).
The full picture of Earth’s weather events are never revealed by the mainstream media, their agenda-driven reporting allows only for one side of the story — heat and drought.
That’s why you’ll never about the African Continent and its anomalous cold.
Prepare for the COLD — learn the facts, relocate if need be, and grow your own.
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Grand Solar Minimum + Pole Shift