This year’s punishing winter has shown few signs of abating, even as May fast-approaches.
Across the European continent, the majority of nations are suffering their coldest April’s in decades–in around 100 years in Germany and the UK. This climatic reality (aka cooling) is in response to the historically low solar activity we’re been experiencing, as a decrease in output from the Sun weakens Earth’s jet streams and increases their tendency to flow in more of a weak and wavy manor — this “meridional” flow, as it’s known, increases the prevalence of Arctic outbreaks and “blocking” phenomenons.
The year 2021 is also further ‘uncorrelating’ the link between global temperatures and rising CO2 emissions. For decades, the agenda-driving doomsayers have decreed that our planet’s average temp will rise on an endless march upward unless crippling economic and social reforms were immediately implemented (recently renamed “the Great Reset”) — well, does this (chart linked below) look like catastrophic global warming to you?
According to the 15 NASA/NOAA AMSU satellites –that measure every square inch of the lower troposphere (where us humans reside)– Earth has COOLED by a model-debunking 0.6 deg. C during the past 12 months.
And while we’re on the topic of failed climate modelling, linked below is the top-cited ERSST-v5 observational data, which reveals that Earth’s oceans haven’t warmed anywhere near as much as the prophecies (emphasis on the feces) threatened they would:
Unprecedented Cold Invades Europe
Record freezes have been suffered across Europe this week.
In Germany, Czech Republic and Poland, temperatures have plunged to -6C (21.2F), and beyond, even at low elevations — readings that are “really rare for the end of April,” according to @extremetemps on Twitter:
While in Denmark, you have to go all the way back to 1981 to find a spring day as cold as last nights this late in the season, reports cphpost.dk, who have called the intensity of the cold “eyelid freezing.”
On the morning of April 27, the vast majority of Danes awoke to freezing temperatures.
Thermometers plunged to as low as -6.2C (20.8F) near Horsens, located in central Jutland, nearing the all-time late-April record low of -6.9C set in Nørre Sørig (North Jutland) back on April 29, 1981.
In addition, April as a whole is also on course to be Denmark’s coldest for at least 35 years (with more freezing nights on the way). And furthermore, the country hasn’t suffered three consecutive spring mornings this cold (below -5 deg. C) since 7-9 May, 1957.
In nearby Finland, temperatures are expected to remain colder than average in into the weekend, meaning May Day celebrations threaten to be an historically chilly affair, reports yle.fi.
“Cool air has been flowing into most of Finland in recent days, and the air continues to flow in from the north. No significant rise in temperature is expected by May Day, which means that the chilly spring weather continues,” said Yle meteorologist Matti Huutonen.
“We are experiencing colder-than-average weather,” confirmed Huutonen: at night, temperatures are forecast to dip below freezing throughout the entire country, and even as we head into May, “There is no indication that we are headed for more summery weather. The winds continue to flow from the same (northerly) direction,” said Huutonen who recommends finding warmth in the sauna.
And finally, the nation of Belgium is also suffering its coldest April in at least 35 years.
According to observations compiled by the country’s Royal Meteorological Institute (RMI) on Wednesday, and as originally reported by brusselstimes.com, “the average temperature in April has not been as low as this year since 1986” (solar minimum of cycle 21).
With an average temperature of 7.3C (45.1F), an average minimum of 2.5C (35.5F), and an average maximum of 11.9C (53.4F), April 2021 is coming out well-below the climatological norm, according to the RMI, with yet more cold on the way (see below link). Tellingly, the RMI has said the cold weather is due to the north-east wind that dominated, whereas in April the wind usually comes from the north-east (east) or south-west (west) — one further example of the prevalence of a “meridional” jet stream flow versus a usual “zonal” one.
As reported by Reuters, electricity prices this week traded higher on wholesale markets as unseasonably cold weather drove up demand across the European continent. The cold is having a bigger bearing in nations like France as much of its domestic heating comes from electricity.
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The COLD TIMES are returning, the mid-latitudes are REFREEZING in line with the great conjunction, historically low solar activity, cloud-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.
Prepare accordingly— learn the facts, relocate if need be, and grow your own.
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