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The State of Queensland just Averaged its Coldest May Day on Record

Following an historically-chilly weekend ACROSS the Australian continent, the Bureau of Meteorology (BOM) has warned the record-cold will linger well into the week — welcome, Australia, to the onset of the next Grand Solar Minimum.

A myriad of Queensland towns suffered their coldest May days in more than a century over the weekend, with Saturday, state-wide, averaging as Queensland’s coldest May day on record. Yes, you read that right — in what we’re led to believe is a catastrophic spiral of endlessly-rising temperatures, an entire Australian state has never experienced a colder May day…

In Mackay, located on Queensland’s east coast, a high temperature of just 15.6C was observed on Saturday, making it the city’s coldest May day in 113 years.

Charters Towers, at 11.5C, and Gayndah, at 14C, both suffered their coldest May days in 127 years.

While Bundaberg, at 13.2C, observed its coldest in 129 years.

Queensland’s capital, Brisbane, has also suffered historic cold of late, with a high of just 15.1C recorded on Saturday making it the city’s coldest May day since 1922.

Senior BOM forecaster Sam Campbell admitted the weekend was “unusual” especially for those in the state’s far north. “It’s very unusual to see temperatures this cold for the north of the state,” he said. “Particularly those morning temperatures getting close down to one degree in the Atherton tablelands.”

Australia’s cold weekend came on the heels of a frigid Friday, when multiple towns and cities –including Blackall and Windorah– experienced their coldest May days on record.

Windorah local, Marilyn Simpson, said she and her family felt the chill: “Not normally until July, August do you need this many woollies,” she said.

Looking forward, the cold isn’t expect to shift anytime soon with Mr Campbell revealing temps across Australia will hold below-average for the majority of the week.

In fact, already this Monday morning in Innisfail the mercury has plummeted to a record-busting 10.8C — the town’s coldest May morning in nearly five decades.

The COLD TIMES are returning, there’s no getting away from it, and they’re arriving in in line with historically low solar activitycloud-nucleating Cosmic Rays, and a meridional jet stream flow.

Even NASA agrees, in part at least, with their forecast for this upcoming solar cycle (25) revealing it will be “the weakest of the past 200 years,” with the agency correlating previous solar shutdowns to prolonged periods of global cooling here.

Don’t fall for bogus warm-mongering political agendas — our future is one of ever-descending COLD.

Prepare according — learn the cycles, relocate if need be, and grow your own.

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[Featured Image: Sunset near Capella, by Brittany Muntelwit]

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