Extreme Weather GSM 

Record-Breaking Cold and Snow Sweep South America

While the MSM seemingly revels in the unprecedented heat lingering over the NW U.S./SW Canada, a far-more widespread temperature anomaly is currently engulfing a part of our planet: in South America.

Anomalous bursts of heat are always possible during low solar activity — we have explained this phenomenon many times before:

A reduction in solar output weakens the jet streams. This loss of energy changes their flow from a straight ZONAL flow to a wavy MERIDIONAL one, which then, in turn, and depending on which side of the jet you’re on, either pulls Tropical heat unusually-far north, or drags polar cold anomalously-far south (click the link below for more).

And while states like Washington and provinces such as British Columbia are feeling the affects of being under a violently kinking jet stream flow, it is a different story across the rest of the United States: central regions are currently residing above the jet stream flow, and so are privy to an usual summer chill as polar air gets dragged anomalously-far south.

The GFS reveals the pattern below, which shows the temperature departures forecast for Tuesday, June 29.

Note the 16-20C below the norm on the cards for states such as New Mexico and northern Texas. These departures will –and already have– delivered record cold to these locales for the time of year.

GFS 2m Temperate Anomalies for June 29 [tropicaltidbits.com].

The obfuscating MSM doesn’t care for balance or impartiality — much like today’s scientific consensus.

When their masters say “bark” the MSM compete to see who can bark the loudest; and when the elites say “jump” each media outlet scrambles to leap the highest, they see who can please master the most by composing the most climate-catastrophe-laden prose.

What’s going on is clear for all to see–for all those whose brain is their own, that is; unfortunately though, the propaganda and indoctrination wielded by those on high is powerful and intoxicating, and many people –the majority of people– stumble through life devoid of even a single original thought, without even the genesis of a question against the orchestrated narrative and reality that has been built around them.

Sheep is an appropriate term.

Record Cold and Snow Sweep South America

While vast areas of anomalous cold are peppering our planet –such as in the central plains of the United States, northern Canada, and central Russia– outside of Antarctica there is no area experiencing such a chilly departure from the norm as the South American continent.

Thanks to a powerful Antarctic air mass, nations such as Argentina, Uruguay, Paraguay, Bolivia, and Brazil are suffering an extreme and unprecedented chill, with historic snowfall to match.

As reported by metsul.com, whose primary focus is on Brazil: “One of the strongest polar air masses in recent years is beginning to drop the temperature in Rio Grande do Sul … and the cold will intensify … The coverage of the polar air mass will be very large in South America, reaching many countries on the continent.”

Metsul goes on to warn that “intense frosts” will continue to impact practically all states in the Center-South of Brazil, in the South, Center-West and Southeast as temperatures plummet further: “significant damage” is expected to the regions’ agriculture.

Snow is even predicted for southern Brazil, even outside of the country’s high plains — a very rare occurrence.

“All numerical models analyzed by MetSul indicate the occurrence of snow in southern Brazil in this polar cold event,” continues the article, and note that each of the American, Canadian, German and WRF models ALL see snow for southern Brazil this week (below was the Metsul GFS run).

North American GFS model, snow projection [Metsul].

The projected snow brings back the recent memories of 2013 and 2020 when the states of southern Brazil logged their first significant snow in 60 years:

The cold spell has also impacted Argentina.

Incredibly rare flakes have been reported in the provinces of Buenos Aires and Santa Fe this week, with the capital’s observatory registered a daily high of just 8.5C (47.3F) on June 27 June, followed by record overnight lows.

Unprecedented cold has invaded much of the 2.78 million km² nation of late.

Below are a few fallen benchmarks from yesterday, June 28 (courtesy of @maxiviale on Twitter):

Mendoza Aero: -4.0C (24.8F)
Mendoza Obs: -4.4C (24F)
Saint Martin: -3.9C (25F)
San Rafael: -6.9C (19.6F)
Malargüe: -11.7C (10.9F)
Uspallata: -10.6C (12.9F)
San Carlos: -7.6C (18.3F)

Argentina’s big freeze has been persisting for weeks.

As I reported on June 17, “heavy snowfall has surprised residents of several areas of the interior of Argentina, including in the city of Córdoba which was blanketed in snow for the first time in 14 years … and only the seventh time in the past 100+ years”:

This is a truly wide-reaching and extensive Antarctica blast.

And it isn’t expected to shift anytime soon…

GFS 2m Temperate Anomalies for June 29 – July 2 [tropicaltidbits.com].

…yet the MSM is silent.

They’re happy to pick on some anomalous heat in Siberia, yet sidestep the record cold and snow in S. America.

The obfuscation is clear.

Reject the politicized dogma of the day; instead prepare for the collapse of the system (pick and chose your external straw that breaks the camels back–there are a myriad to chose from) — and start by growing your own.

Record Cold Caribbean

There have been numerous tropical cold records toppled over the past few weeks.

One of which occurred on the Caribbean island of Saba (Netherlands).

The mercury there tumbled to 22.3C (72.1F) — the island’s lowest temperature ever recorded in the month of June.

Today’s Temperature Anomaly

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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2 Thoughts to “Record-Breaking Cold and Snow Sweep South America”

  1. Rogério Penna

    Actually, there was significant and widespread snow also in a few years of the 70s (including several football matches played under snowfall) and the 90s.

    But the biggest snowfalls recorded were in the 19th century. 2 meters deep snow accumulation recorded in the city of Vacariaa round 1880s.

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