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Regions of Russia Forecast to Receive their “Largest November Snow Totals ever Recorded”

A string of powerful, early-season snowstorms have already disrupted thousands of flights and caused untold chaos on the roads of transcontinental Russia, and there’s much more where that came from.

Yelena Temakina, chief forecaster at Moscow’s Meteorological Office, reports that heavy early-season snow is settling just north of the capital city. She added that the falls are expected to continue in NW Russia well into the month, and could even bring the “largest November snow totals ever recorded”.

And the big accumulations aren’t just confined to NW Russia either — Southern and Central regions are also receiving substantial totals for the time of year, including the Siberian city of Krasnoyarsk:

While far-eastern Federal subject Chechnya received its first November snowfall in four years –on the 2nd day of the month no less— when a jaw-dropping 20 cm (8 inches) of global-warming goodness buried large parts of the Northern Caucus Republic.

“The last time snow in November was in Chechnya [was] 4 years ago,” reports the local Hydrometeorological Center. “A sharp cooling is due to the cyclone that has reached the south and the European part of Russia.”

Latest GFS runs reveal further astonishing totals will bury practically ALL of the transcontinental nation over the next two-or-so weeks, including much of Kazakhstan, Mongolia and central China too.

Totals of 100+ cm (39+ inches) of powder will easily be achieved across a large swathe of Asia…


…adding to the already crazy levels of Total Snow Mass for the Northern Hemisphere:

Other regions of Europe have also experienced their first (and at times historically early) snowfalls of the season, with heavy accumulations reported in –among many other countries– Italy and Norway:

The cold times are returning to the lower-latitudes in line with historically low solar activity. NASA has revealed this coming solar cycle (25) will be “the weakest of the past 200 years,” and they’ve correlated previous solar shutdowns to prolonged periods of global cooling here.

Prepare — grow your own.

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