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Record Cold and Late-May Snow Sweeps the Western U.S., + more MSM Obfuscation

Accumulating late-May snow is pummeling the higher elevations of the Western United States — the latest inconvenient real-world observation pouring cold water on the hot mess that is AGW.

A storm brought heavy snow to much of central and western Montana on May 20, causing a host of power outages across the state, tweeted the National Weather Service (NWS):

The NWS issued winter weather warnings and advisories for most of central Montana, advising that some areas could be on for over a foot and a half of global warming goodness by Saturday.

The snow has already been substantial.

Below was the scene at Augusta, MT on May 20:

And here was picture early Friday morning in Dupuyer, MT, which was already reporting 16 inches:

There is no fathoming the stupidity of those that blame such an event on global warming.

There is no mechanism in which a warming world leads to late-May snow and record low temperatures.

The actual mechanism –which I will keep repeating until it’s widely accepted by the mainstream– is that low solar activity is weakening the jet streams, reverting their usual tight ZONAL flow to a wavy MERIDIONAL one.

Click on the below link for more on that:

I’ve shown you the late-May snow, now onto those record low temperatures.

Western Washington was the coldest spot in the entire Lower 48 yesterday, a rare feat.

Temperatures dropped to “21 frosty degrees” at Hurricane Ridge on May 20, according to the NWS Seattle.

While a daily record low of 33F (0.55C) was logged at the Forks airport.

Record lows fell elsewhere across Montana over the past 24 hours, and also in California.

Many more cold benchmarks tumbled above the border, in Canada, with British Columbia the big winner.

Looking ahead, there appears to be more where that came from for many.

Here are your temperature anomalies for Saturday and Sunday:

May 22:

May 23:

And here is your late-May snowfall — nothing to see here:

GFS Total Snowfall (May 21 – May 31).

The pictures is the same in Europe:

May 22:

May 23:

This meridional jet stream flow is responsible for the extremes we’re seeing. It is culpable for both the heat currently being enjoyed in northern Russia (yes, warmth is something to be enjoyed–don’t let MSM spin fool you into thinking otherwise), and also the unusual late spring chills begin suffered at the lower-latitudes.

We’re seeing the Arctic effectively expand south.

Indeed, the Arctic circle does appear to be warming slightly as tropical warmth is more-regularly transported northwards, but the lower-latitudes (where us humans reside) are witnessing a dramatic cool down as all that displaced Arctic air is forced southwards.

World governments should deem the latter a cause for concern, not the former.

Research shows blocking persistence increases when solar activity is low — this causes weather patterns to become locked in place at high and intermediate latitudes for prolonged periods of time.

The historically low solar activity we’ve seen over the past decade-or-so has exaggerated this effect. Reduced solar output alone explains why we’re seeing regions become unseasonably hot or cold / dry or rainy. “Climate Change” is not a viable explainer for this phenomenon. Carbon dioxide doesn’t posses such magical powers.

Mikhaël Schwander, et al, 2017: “The zonal flow characteristic of westerly types is reduced under low solar activity as the continental flow for easterly and northerly types is enhanced. This is also confirmed by the higher blocking frequency over Scandinavia under low solar activity. The 247-year-long analysis of the 11-year solar cycle impact on late winter European weather patterns suggests a reduction in the occurrence of westerly flow types linked to a reduced mean zonal flow under low solar activity. Based on this observational evidence, we estimate the probability to have cold conditions in winter over Europe to be higher under low solar activity than under high activity.”

This research doesn’t even get into the influx of Cosmic Rays during times of low solar activity, and the impact this has on both cloud nucleation and volcanic activity–with an uptick of each resulting in overall global cooling.

As record heat scorches Russia and Canada, climate alarm bells ring,” reports the Washington Post today.

But where were such rags over the previous 4 months, when large swathes of Russia were suffering a prolonged winter of extreme cold where the mercury regularly dropped to -50C (-58F) and -60C (-76F)–some of the lowest temperatures ever recorded in the northern hemisphere?

How, for example, does the WP explain the tens of thousands of reindeer that perished this year due to the animals forage being locked under unusually thick ice? What does the publication have to say regarding members of a scientific expedition to the Yamal Penninsula and their call for “new urgent ideas to rescue herding in the region due to an increase in periodic glaciation.”

Basically, the WP wasn’t interested in central/northern Russia when it was stuck “above” the jet stream (and so open to surges of polar air). It only deems the region’s weather newsworthy now, as it resides “under” the stream (where it is susceptible to bursts of tropical warmth).

Tell me alarmists, did you hear a goddamn peep about Russia/Siberia in connection with climate change over the past four months? No? Well that’s because the area was suffering a record-breaking winter of extreme cold:

The obfuscation and cherry-picking is clear to see.

You just need to open your eyes.

Depressingly though, this is a big ask for many in a world of powerful propaganda.

Enjoy your weekend.

I’m off to transplant 500 “Golden Bantam” heirloom sweetcorn plugs.

Also, where are the mosquitoes this year…?

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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4 Thoughts to “Record Cold and Late-May Snow Sweeps the Western U.S., + more MSM Obfuscation”

  1. RK

    Most awesome reporting, as usual. Thank you.
    So, what are your thoughts around missing mosquitoes?
    Is it the UV C intensity?
    Please report on this.

    1. Juglans Nigra

      Mozzie larvae: Just on the go-slow because water temperatures have not come high enough yet to complete their growth. So, like the vegetables, probably will all come in a sudden rush after two weeks of enough warmth to get the soil warm.
      Until then: enjoy the sauerkraut and pickled olives left over from the extra ones y’all put away in 2020; out in the open without the blood-sucker whine. ( Not talking about the warmistas, here)
      Cheers, the walnutter

  2. Mike From Au

    Below zero again in parts of Scotland at the moment when i last looked using Nullschool. net

    1. matthew dalby

      There was heavy snow forecast for the Cairngorms yesterday (21st) with warnings of blizzards and full winter conditions. Sadly the web cams at the ski centre are only showing images from about a week ago so it isn’t possible to see how much actually fell.

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