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Record Cold Headed For Delhi, -10C Freeze To Batter Britain, Californian Slopes Open Early, + New York Forecast Snow Next Week

Record Cold Headed For Delhi

Anomalously cold conditions have continued across Kashmir Valley this week, with the famous resorts of Pahalgam and Gulmarg registering freezing lows, officials said Wednesday.

Pahalgam, for example, logged lows of -1.1C (30F) and -1.7C (28.9F) over the past two nights — rare feats for the month October.

Heavy, early-season snow has also blanketed northern Indian in recent weeks, a setup that is now driving temperatures in the south of the country well-below the climatological norm for the time of year as streams of cold air traverse the plains of Punjab, Haryana and Delhi.

As reported by skymetweather.com, “minimum temperatures have already dropped below the normal over Dalhousie, Dharamshala, Shimla and Manali by 3 to 4C (37.4 to 39.2F). These are following suit over the plains of Punjab, Haryana, North Rajasthan and Delhi.”

The nation’s capital recorded 16C (60.8F) on October 21 — early in the season for such a low reading.

And with the blanket of snow persisting over the northern hills, further chills are forecast to sweep Delhi over the weekend with the mercury forecast to dip below 13C. “It may just be a  repeat of last year,” continues the skymetweather.com, when the minimum temperature dropped to a record-breaking 12.5C (54.5F) on Oct 29, which helped make October 2020 the city’s coldest October since 1962 with a mean minimum of just 17.2C (63F).

Below are the GFS temperature anomalies for Thursday morning, October 28:

GFS 2m Temperature Anomalies (C) Oct 28 [tropicaltidbits.com].


-10C Freeze To Batter Britain

Remember, remember the fifth of November Gunpowder, treason–and bloody cold weather.

A powerful Arctic air mass is set to descend into the UK (and Northern/Western Europe) on Friday, November 5.

Temperatures are set to fall some 8C below the season average, with lows of -6C to -10C possible in the Scottish Highlands.

GFS 2m Temperature Anomalies (C) Nov 5 [tropicaltidbits.com].


Heavy snow will accompany the cold, most notably in Scotland, however, flakes could also fall as far south as northern England:

GFS Total Snowfall (cm) Oct 27 – Nov 12 [tropicaltidbits.com].


Looking further ahead, the UK Met Office is forecasting brutally cold nights throughout the second half of November.

A recent BBC Weather forecast for Nov 8-Nov 21 reads: “As we head into the second half of November, we think the blocking high will be in place and linger just to the west of us. This means north westerly winds bring in colder North Atlantic air from Greenland, so temperatures should tend to be below average.”

Blocking highs are a phenomenon long-expected to increase during times of low solar activity.

Such a setup led to ‘The Best From The East’ in 2018–the start of the solar minimum of cycle 24.


Californian Slopes Open Early

A monster snowstorm hitting North America’s West Coast has dumped as much as 105 cm (42 inches) of global warming goodness on Californian ski slopes in just 36 hours — some are now opening their slopes a full month ahead of schedule.

Mammoth Mountain logged an impressive 3 feet (90 cm) and has since announced that it will open two weeks earlier than originally intended, this coming Friday, in time for the Halloween weekend.

Mt Rose posted 42 inches (105 cm) during the recent storm:


While nearby Palisades Tahoe (formerly Squaw Valley) logged at least three feet (90cm):

Palisades Tahoe received at least three feet (90cm) of snow in just 36 hours.


As is the case with Mammoth, both Mt Rose and Palisades are cashing-in on the early-season powder with both opening their lifts far earlier than expected.

Opening before Halloween weekend marks “one of the earliest openings in the resort’s history,” Mt Rose resort said in an announcement, and a full month ahead of the average, according to sfchronicle.com.

Early-season snowfall is allowing two of Lake Tahoe's premier ski areas to open sooner than expected.
Mt Rose is opening its slopes a month earlier than normal.


Furthermore, the almost 4 feet observed on nearby Donner Summit makes it the region’s second snowiest October in recorded history, according to the UC Berkeley Central Sierra Snow Lab.

October 2021’s snow totals currently stand at 44.7 inches, which is just 1.9 inches shy of the all-time record.


Eyeing the latest forecasts, that all-time record (from 2004) looks set to fall.

GFS Total Snowfall (inches) Oct 27 – Nov 12 [tropicaltidbits.com].


In the backcountry, this much early snow is guaranteed to induce a feverish frenzy among the most dedicated skiers and snowboarders for powder turns beyond the boundaries of the ski resort, reports sfgate.com.

However, the Sierra Avalanche Center, which issues daily forecasts about avalanche conditions in the Tahoe Basin, is not fully operational until mid-November –another indication of just how early this season’s first substantial accumulations have been– so backcountry skiers should exercise even more cautious decision-making if they venture into avalanche terrain.


New York Forecast Snow Next Week

Although admittedly within the unreliable time frame, Western New York is currently forecast snow next week.

“All the early forecasts and even the Farmer’s Almanac called for snow the first week of November across Western New York,” reports wyrk.com. “It looks like the long-range forecasts are going to validate all those early forecasts.”

WIVB’s Mike Cejka tweeted that more than 2 inches of snow could accumulate in parts of the region during the first week of November, adding that “there are a lot of things going on globally that point to an early onset of winter”:


As hinted at above, these longer-range predictions should be taken with a pinch of salt; but saying that, Northern Hemisphere snow mass is growing at an above-average-rate this season, and with low solar output continuing to create a weak and wavy meridional jet stream flow, all bets are off…

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.



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24 Thoughts to “Record Cold Headed For Delhi, -10C Freeze To Batter Britain, Californian Slopes Open Early, + New York Forecast Snow Next Week”

  1. That lovely short video explaining the jetstream going into meridional behaviour could be very instructive for loony lefties. I have tried several times to grab it with screen capture but the adds ruin it and then the buffering finishes the ruination. Do you have it anywhere on social media ? With better bandwidth ? Could you send it to my email ?.

    Steve in Sydney

  2. DIrk Pitt

    10 day forecast shows snow in Texas end of next week when Joe is at the UN meeting bitching about global warming. What a joke.
    https://www.windy.com/-Show—add-more-layers/overlays?snowAccu,2021110506,49.239,-89.297,4

    The forecast will probably change by then but Joe won’t, what an idiot.

    1. DIrk Pitt

      Texas snow still forecast down to Sonora, snow forecast Knoxville Tennessee and up into N E twenty inches NY. Eighteen feet forecast Alaska ! Snow forecast Algeria Africa and on and on it goes.

      ZH had article yesterday US coal supplies at two decade low, expect power outages. https://www.zerohedge.com/commodities/us-coal-stockpiles-slump-two-decade-low-power-plant-demand-surges

    2. I expect the BBC and CNN will soon be telling us that the cold weather is caused by global warming

  3. Terry Shipman

    The news media screamed that the heavy rain in California was evidence of climate change. It seemed to me, however, that it simply meant the beginning of a bad winter. One simply has to look at historical records to see that it has happened before.

    1. Jeff

      It’s funny how they will go from bitching about the drought to bitching about heavy rain and snow. Pick one, will you?

    2. Deb

      It’s not the imbeciles who are saying stupid things that we have to worry about, it’s the morons who believe them.

    3. DIrk Pitt

      The cyclone that made Cali snow was the lowest pressure ever recorded off Pacific coast. Three days prior another cyclone was third lowest pressure.
      Forest fires out, rivers flowing again it’s a win win deal.

      1. DIrk Pitt

        Typhoon now S of Japan from volcano in New Guinea and Krakatoa now being fed by volcano Mariana Island and the plume from Etna and La Palma traversed China and Japan is also going into this typhoon. The cyclone is headed for Alaska and will make much snow in N America next week.
        https://www.windy.com/-Show—add-more-layers/overlays?gust,21.555,148.447,5
        https://www.windy.com/-Show—add-more-layers/overlays?tcso2,23.483,167.168,3

        Head west on the SO2 map and there’s Etna and La Palma heat plume feeding low pressure Siberia and pulling arctic air down, -15 F N of the low.
        Further west La Palma heat feeding low S of Iceland pulling Arctic air down on Greenland @ -42F, Joe. What the eff ?
        https://www.windy.com/-Show—add-more-layers/overlays?pressure,61.711,-20.918,4

        Westward, volcano in C America heat plume causing tornados in mid west today and further that way La Palma and Kamchatka volcanic heat plume has caused record cyclones there and an endless chain of storms to follow. Oh goody, time to light the woodstove now, peace out.
        https://www.windy.com/-Show—add-more-layers/overlays?tcso2,49.753,-160.225,4

    4. JaKo

      Sorry Terry, not about your realistic prediction, just about some comments.
      Jeff,
      Drought and floods are the same result of Climate Change — there’s no Good nor Evil as all is one — most of people live in HyperReal simulated world already, just read some other comments.
      Deb,
      Consider please that the “imbeciles” have planned and executed their agenda and there may not be any feasible way out of our current predicament of Mass Formation (mass hypnosis) — CAGW, Techno-Tyranny, covidism and ensuing Orwellian totality…
      Cheers, JaKo

      1. Deb

        I’m not one to surrender prematurely. 😏

        1. Deb

          Emojis go thru some sort of bizarre metamorphosis before they print on this site. What’s up with that?

          😋😠😇😟😀😮😷
          🍺👍🍻👍👍👍

  4. saveenergy

    Close … but no cigars.
    Shame we won’t get 2ft of globull Warming in Glasgow for Flop 26.

  5. Dallas Schneider

    All this is fine, close to the earliest onset of winter in history one should be prepared. Remember there was a freeze in Montreal where people in apartments were breaking up and burning their furniture to keep warm as the electric grid was down.
    But seems the BIG One will come in January 2022 more or less as the onset of the 26,000 year half cycle flip of the galaxy magnetic field hits us per the last year six month schedule of hitting the outer planets has demonstrated. Earth is NEXT, at four months past Mars now ONLY TWO Months away – January 2022!
    Take Note!!!
    DS

    1. TW

      Very interesting idea. Do you mean a weather event or a Carrington type event?

      1. Deb

        The Oracle of Dallas-

        I second that emotion!
        Are you talking weather or CME type?

  6. William Best

    What is going on with the Antarctic Ice Extent and Area charts? The Red 2021 curves seem to be setting records in the wrong direction. Is there some below surface level vulcanism causing the melt?

  7. C-Marie

    Sooo glad that God is real!!!
    God bless, C-Marie

    1. Wizard

      If God didn’t exist, we would need to make him up
      Sure enough, you’re on point, and he *IS* real!

  8. DIrk Pitt

    S America volcano now adding more ash S Hemisphere that is already loaded with PM2.5. North Hemi is as well :
    https://www.windy.com/-Show—add-more-layers/overlays?cams,pm2p5,-19.062,-66.094,3
    https://www.windy.com/-Show—add-more-layers/overlays?tcso2,-20.777,-61.040,5
    S America already in deep La Nina doo doo, as is Gulf of Alaska:
    https://www.ospo.noaa.gov/data/cb/ssta/ssta.daily.current.png
    It’s gonna be a long winter. Buy a snowmobile, have some fun 😉

    1. Petrichor

      Better to buy a woodburner; then look into “night bricks” –2 or 3 burnt according to directions emit 8hrs. low heat overnight. Improves your quality of living in the Eddy Minimum. Luxurious to get up in the morning to start a new fire, not seeing your frosty breath, and the cabin unlike a refrigerator– pure, decadent bliss.

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