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Record Breaking February Snowfall Buries the U.S. States of Montana and South Dakota

It was snowiest February on record across the U.S. states of Montana and South Dakota, according to the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) and the National Weather Service (NWS)…

The USDA’s Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) in Bozeman says new snowfall records were set last month at seven recording sites in southern and central Montana.

Preliminary reports from the Montana State University campus weather station suggest that almost 30 inches (76cm) of snow fell last month in Bozeman — edging out the all-time February record of 29 inches (73.7 cm) set just last year.

The NRCS adds that snowpack totals in the majority of Montana river basins are above normal for March 1, saying that streamflow prospects for spring and summer are shaping up to be above average.

Snow-Water Equivalent - Percentage of 1981-2010 Normal, March 1, 2020.
Snow-Water Equivalent – Percentage of 1981-2010 Normal, March 1, 2020 — USDA NRCS.

February in South Dakota went much the same way.

The NWS states that snowfall in Rapid City through February set a new all-time record — 60.7 inches (154 cm) — more than double the average of 27 inches (68.6 cm).

The record amount of snow for an entire winter season is the 90.2 inches (229 cm) set in 2008-2009 (solar minimum of cycle 23).

All that snowfall brings a lot of moisture with it, reads a kotatv.com article published March 2.

The NRCS March 1 report on the Black Hills snowpack reveals that the “snow water equivalent” at every one of the 10 locations is higher than last year, and well-above the 30-year average.

The cold times are returning, the lower latitudes are refreezing, in line with historically low solar activity and cloud-nucleating Cosmic Rays; and in addition, low solar activity is disrupting the jet stream, modifying its usual tight Zonal flow to more of 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:

The peak of past civilizations occurred during times of warmth, and their quick-collapse coincided with the subsequent and relatively “instant” temperature drop-off.

Don’t fall for bogus political agendas — our near-future is once again one of ever-descending COLD

…prepare accordingly — relocate if need be, learn the facts, and grow your own.

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