The Arctic port town of Pevek is one of the “wildest” regions of Russia. Much like in the well-documented –yet poorly explained– Verkhoyansk, the annual temperature range is a staggering 80 degrees, from -50C in winter to +30C in summer.
Pevek’s first snow of the coming winter fell all night on August 5, reports gismeteo.ru. Temperatures gradually sank as the evening progressed, hovering just above 0C by the early hours of the morning.
The town doesn’t usually see its first flakes until mid-September, according to weatherspark.com. But ‘swings-between-extremes’ are commonplace in this part of the world, something our misinformed eco-warrior-journalists haven’t been able to grasp. The weather very much depends on where the wind is blowing from, explains the gismeteo.ru article. Heat arrives via a “southern hairdryer,” whereas cold from the north comes down as “white flies” — “the winds of change”.
Serving as a good example is Verkhoyansk.
On the night of July 30, temperatures in the “Arctic-is-on-fire” town plunged to -2C — a fact never reported by the MSM. And then before that, just days after the town’s record-breaking 38.4C, rare summer snow was settling — again, not a sniff of impartiality from our propagandizing press.
Looking forward, the latest GFS run suggests a brutal mass of Arctic air is about to ride anomalously-far south on the back of a wavy meridional jet stream flow –the “white flies”– a phenomenon associated with the historically low solar activity we’re currently experiencing.
Vast swathes of the Russian continent, particularly central and western regions, as well as Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan (in fact, all of the ‘stans) will see temperature departures sink some 14C below the seasonal average by next week:
Even NASA appear to agree, if you read between the lines, with their forecast for this upcoming solar cycle (25) seeing it as “the weakest of the past 200 years,” with the agency correlating previous solar shutdowns to prolonged periods of global cooling here.
Prepare accordingly — learn the facts, relocate if need be, and grow your own.
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