The mercury in San Francisco reached a high of just 8.8C (48F) on Thursday, November 28, tying the 1896 (solar minimum of cycle 12) record for the city’s lowest-max temp ever recorded in November.
And San Francisco wasn’t alone in dealing with below-average temperatures late last week. According to the National Weather Service, much of the interior North Bay suffered sub-zero readings overnight Thursday:
Novato Airport recorded a nipple-hardening -5C (23F).
Santa Rosa and Napa County Airport dipped to -3.3C (26F).
Sonoma Airport bottomed out at -2.8C (27F).
While temps touched freezing point at Livermore Airport.
2.8C (37F) at Oakland Airport and San Jose.
And 5C (41F) in San Francisco.
(Readings all highly unusual for the time of year).
Furthermore, Bay Area peaks, including Mount Diablo and Mount Hamilton, remained blanketed with snow from the most recent storm. And it was more than chilly enough for snow in the Sierra as well — temps in South Lake Tahoe, for example, fell to -8.3C (17F) early Friday morning and settling snow was reported.
Forecasts reveal yet more anomalous cold and unseasonable snow will hit this weekend, including in the Northern Rockies where blizzard warnings have been issued in central and northeastern Wyoming, while winter storm watches and warnings are in place throughout the rest of the state and in Montana.
The lower-latitudes continue to refreeze, in line with historically low solar activity.
Our future is one of ever-descending COLD — prepare accordingly — grow your own.
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Grand Solar Minimum + Pole Shift