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More U.S. Ski Resorts Open Early as “Superstorm” Hits, “Cold Wave Conditions” Already Sweeping India, + La Niña To Deepen The Global Energy Crisis With A Brutal Winter

Studying the JET STREAM has long been an indicator of the weather to come, and to study the jet stream attention must turn to the SUN.

When solar activity is HIGH the jet stream is tight and stable and follows somewhat of a straight path. But when solar activity is LOW that meandering band of air flowing 6 miles above our heads becomes weak and wavy, it effectively buckles which diverts frigid Polar air to atypically low latitudes and replaces it with warmer tropical air.

As is the case in North America right now (shown below), the jet stream has reverted from a Zonal flow to a Meridional flow and is currently driving unseasonably cold weather into much of the continent leading to record-breaking snowfall:

GFS Total Snowfall (inches) Oct 25 – Nov 10 [].

Here is a look at the CONUS as the calendar flips to November:

GFS 2m Temperature Anomalies (C) Nov 2 – Nov 4 [].

More U.S. Ski Resorts Open Early as “Superstorm” Hits

California’s Mammoth Mountain ski area has announced it is opening around a month earlier than normal as a major winter storm descends into Western North America.

While the lower elevations of California are set for drought-easing bursts of torrential rain, higher up the state’s ski areas will be measuring snowfall in the feet as record-busting October accumulations roll through.

As reported by, Mammoth has moved its opening date forward from the (already early) November 13 to this Friday, October 29, in time for Halloween weekend. While elsewhere, Keystone has become the third Colorado ski area to open for the 21-22 season, with Wolf Creek the first (on the 16), followed by Arapahoe Basin (on the 17).

Most other ski regions in North America have reported heavy snow and/or cold weather in the past few days meaning the season is also expected to start imminently in New England, the Midwest and also across the border up in Western Canada, continues the article.

To give you an idea of how just substantial the snowfall has already been, Colorado’s snowpack was standing at 346% above the median on October 20, with some regions a whopping 1,680% above the norm:

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As revealed by the latest GFS forecast (scroll up), there’s plenty more early-season snow to come.

Cold Wave Conditions and Heavy Snow Are Already Sweeping India

Meteorologists have predicted a harsh winter across India this year, particularly in the north where ‘cold wave conditions’ have already begun, reports

Regional Met Center data reveals that as many as 13 locales in the state of Odisha have logged minimum temperatures below 20 degree Celsius in the last 24 hours, highly unusual for the month of October.

In addition, heavy early-season snow has also been pounding the higher elevations of India of late. As reported by, two people were killed after the vehicle they were travelling in became stranded in deep snow on Sinthan Pass in south Kashmir’s Anantnag district — adding to the 13+ that perished late last week.

All this doesn’t bode well for India’s winter season which is expected to hold colder than normal due, in part, to a La Niña emerging in region 3.4 of the Pacific. As explained by Todd Crawford, Director of Meteorology at Atmospheric G2, La Niña is a weather phenomenon that forms when equatorial trade winds strengthen to bring colder and deep water up from the bottom of the sea — the pattern is known to deliver harsher-than-normal winters to the Northern Hemisphere.

Furthermore, a weakened jet stream –linked to low solar activity– is primed to exaggerate the chill by funneling colder Arctic air masses into northeast Asia, as well as the NH as a whole (as discussed above).

La Niña To Deepen The Global Energy Crisis With A Brutal Winter

With a La Niña building, national weather agencies have started issuing warnings of the frigid winter ahead which threatens to worsen the world’s ongoing energy crisis.

According to Bloomberg, several nations (including China, the top energy consumer) are grappling with surging fuel prices, power shortages and/or curbs on supply to heavy industry — coal and gas prices are already elevated and a bitter winter will add heating demand that’ll likely spur further gains.

“We are expecting temperatures to be colder than normal this winter across northeastern Asia,” said Renny Vandewege, a vice president of weather operations at data provider DTN.

“Weather forecast data is a critical component of predicting how much energy load will be required.”

Here’s the outlook for some key Asian nations (data compiled by Bloomberg):


Temperatures plunged early last week across most of eastern China, and are already colder than usual in some northern areas, according to the country’s National Climate Center.

Provinces including Heilongjiang, Shaanxi and Shanxi began the winter heating season between four and 13 days earlier than in previous years. Local government-controlled systems –typically powered by coal or gas– are fired up to warm residents’ homes in many areas.

This reality of course jars with the anthropogenic global warming narrative, but in a ridiculous attempt to square those decidedly round pegs, Zhi Xiefei, atmospheric science professor at Nanjing University of Information Science & Technology, recently said that extreme cold weather conditions could happen more regularly as a result of global warming — that’s right, we have more Orwellian doublethink to contend with: “Cold waves could lead to greater temperature drops, but unusual warm events could also appear,” added Zhi which, if you actually think about it, is the equivalent of saying nothing.

The climate center expects the country to enter La Niña conditions this month, the official Xinhua News Agency said Saturday.


Japan will likely see lower than normal temperatures next month, according to the Japan Meteorological Agency.

The nation, which has been relatively insulated from the energy crisis, is staying vigilant after last year’s deep freeze that saw wholesale power prices spike — utilities were caught without enough fuel as demand surged, forcing them to buy costly spot liquefied natural gas shipments.

The trade ministry has already been meeting with major power, gas and oil firms to prepare for the winter months.

South Korea

South Korea will see colder weather in the first half of winter, thanks, in part, to the effects of La Nina, according to the country’s meteorological administration.

The country saw its first snow of the season earlier than the climatological average and 15 days earlier than last year amid an unusually cold October:

The nation’s government is already taking steps to bolster fuel supply and mitigate the impact of higher prices.

Fuel taxes and LNG import tariffs will be temporarily lowered, Vice Finance Minister Lee Eog-weon said Friday.


As touched on above, temperatures in India are expected to fall hard this winter season, to as low as 3C (37F) in northern locales by January and February.

In addition to La Niña, there are also indications that the “polar vortex” –modern buzzwords used to explain-away outbreaks of record breaking cold during this time of supposed catastrophic global warming– could be weaker than normal at the start of winter, which would lead to frigid air spilling south.

This setup is what we expect to see during bouts of low solar output.

Things are progressing exactly as predicted.


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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26 Thoughts to “More U.S. Ski Resorts Open Early as “Superstorm” Hits, “Cold Wave Conditions” Already Sweeping India, + La Niña To Deepen The Global Energy Crisis With A Brutal Winter”

  1. Fishnski

    I’m so hoping your right and I check the daily world temp anomaly to confirm but this summer we were averaging about .2 degrees above normal and now we are running at .5 degrees above the 1979/2001 standard….Antarctica was way below average for whatever reason and that helped to keep the temp anomalies down but now Antarctica has warmed a little…
    ……I guess the Anomaly at .5 above really isn’t Alarming at all and maybe influenced by UHI so yeh…let it Snow!!!

  2. Wizard

    I gotta ask:

    What are we looking at all around, in case Beaufort Gyre entirely shuts down the Gulf Stream?

    Are we looking at a “Day After Tomorrow” scenario, or is that still an exaggeration?

    Assuming Beaufort Gyre doesn’t initiate it, how do you see this ice age playing out, coming ever so closer in the next 10-20 years?

    I’m still skeptical about this whole story of how the ice age is around the corner, but I sure don’t think we as humans can affect this planet as much as the MSM/IPCC claims we can and that have done so for the past 200 years.

    1. prioris

      The Beaufort Gyre takes around 80-100 years to play out. It isn’t quick process. Europe will drop in temperatures of 6C-6C degrees.

      It really is unknown what exactly initiates the ice age. I think particulates blocking out the Sun could do it. There are ancient stories in that regard.

      1. Wizard

        The question kinda still stands:

        On a drama scale, what would you ( kinda aiming at the author, but anyone commenting as well, really) say the incoming event will play out like?

        Three hours to scramble and light a bonfire and pray, or is this going to be a crawling, slow event?

        Granted that climate is a slow thing for us humans, but that twist moment when we go from + to -, how dramatic and intense do you speculate that will be?

        1. AZ1971

          Don’t take a fictionalization like “The Day After Tomorrow” as being based in any kind of reality. You have exactly zero risk of that kind of event happening.

          I would suggest you look into the Milankovitch cycles that deal with the shape of Earth’s orbit (its eccentricity), the angle that Earth’s axis is tilted with respect to Earth’s orbital plane (its obliquity), and the direction that Earth’s spin axis is pointed (its precession). All of them are on 40,000-100,000 year cycles. Precession seems to be the trigger for ice ages in past epochs.

          We’re between ice ages at the present time but are on a slow, 5000-year decline towards the return of the next one. If CO2 is the warming bogeyman the IPCC/MSM claim it to be, it’s only to minimize the inevitable return of 2-mile thick glaciers covering the northern hemisphere as was the case 10,000 years ago.

          Relax, have a cup of tea, and enjoy this great planet we call home.

          1. Imrich

            Relax, have a cup of tea, and enjoy this great planet while she have magnetic field strong enough to protect you from Sun. Watch magnetic poles accelerate towards themselves faster and faster while you are sipping your tea. You guys will be in pure shock when shit hits the fan. Full on ice age is a long way into the future but extinction level event isn’t. Don’t relax too much and prepare yourself, your whole bloodline depends on it. Don’t get too comfortable, situation can change literally overnight while you are are occupied by distractions.

          2. AZ1971

            October 25, 2021 at 5:05 pm
            Watch magnetic poles accelerate towards themselves faster and faster while you are sipping your tea.

            How, exactly, do magnetic poles “accelerate TOWARDS themselves”? They aren’t on separate axis independent of one another. You—like the reader above I was responding to—are one of those crockpot conspiracy theorists on the level of actually believing the stupidity of “The Day After Tomorrow”.

            When SHTF it’s not going to be because of magnetic poles, or a new ice age, but because geopolitical malaise has been allowed to go unchecked for far too long as we distract ourselves fretting over petty, useless shit.

            So go ahead, keep sipping that tea. There’s nothing you can do about it because you’re not a head of state.

        2. Homo Erectus

          “On a drama scale, what would you ( kinda aiming at the author, but anyone commenting as well, really) say the incoming event will play out like?… how dramatic and intense do you speculate that will be?”

          Well Wiz, if during the next few years the very possible event of you being culled during this gigademocide eugenics agenda/exercise underway I would expect that you’ll likely experience some sort of “severe emotional event” that should be fairly “dramatic”… for you at least… avoid the poisons, avoid the traps [both kinds] for as long as possible to hopefully avoid becoming a “drama queen”. Cheers.

          1. Wizard

            Don’t care about eugenicists because that one is too transparent to anyone with two functioning eyeballs and a working sight center underneath the haircut. I knew that con was coming since 2006, but this climate thing, which seems more concerning passed me by somehow until very recently (say, a month or two)
            Humanity, or whatever is left of us, will deal with this eugenics agenda easily, once enough sheeple die of fear spread through the media and poisons spread through the lethal injections with a delayed action (less immunity, ADE(“allergy”), clots(heart problems) )

          2. Deb

            “This climate thing…somehow passed me by until very recently…”

            What planet have you been living on?

            Robert Felix published his landmark book, “Not by Fire But by Ice” 20+ years ago and had been lecturing and blogging about it ever since, until his recent death “coincidentally” shortly after he got the jab.

            And a lot of other intelligent people have picked up the idea and run with it.

            You just now noticed, and then you expect us to buy your ideas about eugenics, incidentally brought to you by the same people who invented global warming.

            I don’t think so.

          3. Wizard


            What you may or may not acknowledge is the fact that the eugenics program of the 21st century and the idea that the planet is actually cooling cannot be easily or directly related.
            Of the eugenics agenda & warming hoax I’ve known for about 15 years (2006,2007 was when I was exposed to the truth) but at that time I was still completely oblivious to the fact that the truth about climate was that it was cooling, rather I thought that warming was a hoax and climate is not an issue and would not become one.
            What got me thinking was seeing on the ground some very strange climate effects in the last couple of years, and whenever I did try to dig something up, I couldn’t penetrate the bubble.
            I only recently learned of and that only thanks to some political party from the land down under that promoted it;
            Otherwise, I would *still* be oblivious to all these facts/studies.

            That being said, you might want to go a little easier with the scorning and reprisals.

            I don’t see eugenics agenda as the main issue, since I do see that problem resolving itself when the sheer number of people dying starts to jar those that remain standing. Even if this resolution means a bloody war, someone will be left standing after the fact.

            The climate issue of cooling is a much more concerning issue since it cannot be resolved easily or by simply informing people of the truth.

          4. Deb

            The climate issue could easily have been dealt with starting 20 years ago with the technology that now exists, had not the same people who are now working to cull you and me out of existence then mounted a vociferous campaign to shut down all coal, oil and natural gas using power plants. We are now on the receiving end of that policy, and we are going to receive it like a boot up the wazoo this winter. Texas was just the beginning, and they are still getting away with it.

            I dont have your faith in the remnant to stand up and shake off the boot from our/their necks, esp since all of our military people, past and present, have been forcibly vaxxed and are probably just ticking time bombs.

            Who are you working for, Wizard? Nobody can be as inept as you claim to be.

          5. Wizard


            You misunderstand. I’m thinking globally, and you’re thinking locally. Any and every country that accepted and implemented this poisonous green agenda will reap what it has sown, that much is becoming obvious.

            I disagree on the resolution 20 years ago. Even if you did have more awareness 20 years ago, nothing could be done on a systemic level, because the changes would empower smaller communities and/or individual housings because that is the only reasonable way one protects from erratic precipitation and “freak” cold/hot spells that are the main effects of the shifting climate. Designing and building stuff custom and to last forever* doesn’t bring a continuous money supply to the companies. Similar reasoning can be applied to answer the question why we didn’t have wireless technology 100 years ago when Tesla had the designs for them. (Feel free to look that up)
            * – The term is used loosely, items/elements/systems that won’t be up for major rework or repair at least until your grandchildren come of age

            In a way, this LIE+FEAR epidemic exposed it all, dropping all, pun INTENDED, masks.

            As for the reliance on institutions of the system to bring you freedom from the system, your hopes are misplaced.
            As the old saying goes
            “If you want to do something right, do it YOURSELF.”

            The “campaign” you speak of is far older than 20 years, yet I admit I had only discovered the climate function puzzle of it very recently.It does make perfect sense, lie to people about warming even though in reality we’re in a cooling trend.

            As for the standing up, I never said all of us or most of us will survive. What I did say was, when *ENOUGH* sheeple die, the rest are going to have their survival mode kick in and realize the truth and then rebel and then will it be over.
            What “ENOUGH” means for you,me or any one of the sheeple, are distinct integers.

            As for employment, I work for two entities:

            1.A software development company where I’m alone among 50 people not freaking out over a sneeze or a cough and not watching and regurgitating MSM, not marked and not muzzled. Somehow I’m still “tolerated”
            2.Myself, the missus and three little kids for whose future I’m trying to pave the best way forward.

          6. Wizard

            Apologies if the previous post seems puzzling, I’m absolutely assuming going for growing your own and not relying on anyone/anything for food,water,heat…

            Electricity might be a tough one without some new system implemented, since from what I gathered so far, sunshine is gonna be in short supply soon
            We aren’t Amish, but we sure don’t need electricity to survive

          7. Deb


            Don’t know where you are-guessing West coast, or at least a city somewhere. For the sake of the wife and kiddies, I strongly suggest you put some money down on some rural property in the Midwest and get the hell out as soon as you possibly can.
            You seem to believe in God. Ask Him- He will probly tell you the same thing.

          8. Wizard


            Now we’re getting somewhere.
            FYI, I’m not in the US or anywhere near it, but that doesn’t mean I’m out of harms way.
            I live in the suburbs of a circa five hundred thousand souls city and I know where would I go in terms of where to go buy land and do what is necessary to prepare;

            What I can’t seem to get an answer to is this:

            How much time is there for me to prepare everything before SHTF?
            Is 2030 “the” year or could SHTF earlier?
            In your reply, please speculate and try to exclude political effects of other “issues” humanity is currently facing.
            Politics can only accelerate my dash towards the countryside and away from the concentration camps of the future
            Looking at just the climate, how much time is there before I have to have everything set up, including water,food,heating, possibly electricity etc?

            Let’s just say area I’m in was on the border during the last “big” Ice Age, between the acceptable temperate climate and the surrounding north tundras

            And don’t be shocked why a non-American is watching all climate news, it’s a global infowar after all

  3. Petrichor

    I am convinced by the work of people like Prof. Valentinea Zharkova studying sunspot cycles and how they correlate to trends in earth climate.
    We on the edge of the Eddy Minimum would probably find it instructive to study the run-up to the Maunder Minimum, and how the Maunder Minimum affected fuel “industries” (coal and wood) and agriculture.

    1. Harry Davidson

      Her work is interesting, but there is a lot wrong with it,
      It is well worth reading, especially as Charles Rotter is one of those dreadful deniers.

      1. Homo Erectus

        “It is well worth reading”… really… so I did*. Well thank goodness we can put all that glaciation/global cooling history behind us now that the rising CO2 levels have fixed those cyclical sunspot problems. Looks like Charles sorted out Valentina’s high school math and physics problems plus fixed her little red wagon to boot. Trust this “scientism gibberish”…er… I mean the “Charles Rotter” new science and the Harry D. analysis/advice.

        *“Any generally knowledgeable peer reviewer should have rejected this paper on first principles of high school math and physics: CD basic digital music stuff. And that is why I reconsidered, now think Charles [Rotter] original opinion was correct, and then wrote up this ‘trivial’ guest post for him in thanks.”… wow Harold appreciate the ‘trivial’ guest post. Cheers… it’ s an infowar.

  4. OnTheFence

    interesting how climate change has slowly switched from “brutally hot heatwaves” and “increasingly milder winters” of the coming decades, to basically them saying that bitterly cold winters are a consequence of climate change now apparently


    Things are progressing exactly as we predicted – in 2002 and more precisely in 2013, as described in my latest paper:

    by Allan MacRae, B.A.Sc., M.Eng., October 2021

    The ability to correctly predict is the best objective measure of scientific and technical competence.

    Following are the correct predictions of Allan MacRae and colleagues on two important subjects:

    Our scientific predictions on both these subjects are infinitely more accurate than the mainstream narratives, which have been false and baselessly alarmist to date.

  6. Deb

    Can’t happen overnight? Tell that to the mammoths-if you can find any.

  7. Fishnski

    Trying to figure out what I commented on that you couldn’t post …

  8. Dallas Schneider

    Hi Deb,
    Like you say, tell that to the Mammoths!
    This year was a tipping point into the 3 year total drop into the new ice age out of the 10,000 year warm cycle.
    The GFS Total Snowfall map was of particular interest to me as I keep track of Port Jervis NY, located at the NY-Nj-PA junction. I saw this map last night on Magnetic Reversal News/Oppenheimer Ranch Project. The snow projection has moved 60 miles further south in a few hours during the 8-10 Nov interval.
    This means the trend would mean a major snowfall for NYC then.
    Let’s see what happens!

  9. Atom man

    “There’s nothing you can do about it because you’re not a head of state.”

    Now that is funny! Truthfully none of them can do anything about the weather – if there is to be a severe change it will catch them all flatfooted. Global cooling? Lack of coal fired power plants? People freezing to death in some cases in their homes? A shortened growing season? Famines? Food riots? All could be “just over the horizon”.

    “Can’t happen overnight? Tell that to the mammoths-if you can find any.”

    I read some of them were “flash frozen” – did they fall into an icy lake or did the temps drop that quickly? If the latter, that could portend bad news for us.

    One theory of the ice ages is that of the tilting rotational axis – just recently scientists did confirm the earth tilted some 84 million years ago – I wonder if there were any mass extinctions then, assuming their timeline is correct. There are scientists of a religious bent who have found evidence the Earth is younger than we have been told – as a scientist I am willing to look at data and the arguments for and against theories. “It is better to debate a question without settling it than to settle a question without debating it” – Joseph Joubert. The latter is what has happened with the “global warming” folly.


  10. Deb

    That’s a good quote. We should brand that onto the foreheads of all PhD’s so they can read it while they’re talking to each other, lol.

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