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Wavy Jet Stream = Big Temp Contrast (-38F in MT, +87F in AL); Record Cold And Snow Hit Alaska; + Saskatchewan Breaks 16 Low Temp Records, Sets New Power Usage

Wavy Jet Stream = Big Temp Contrast

The global warming hypothesis can’t explain this one: The boundary of a buckling, meridional jet stream flow–brought about by historically low solar activity, is cutting right through the heart of America, causing anomalous heat on one side (+87F in Alabama) and a bone-chilling freeze on the other (-38F in Montana).

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, such as it is now, 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.

The jet stream reverts from a Zonal Flow to a Meridional Flow and, depending on which side of the jet stream you’re on, you’re either in for a spell of unseasonably cold or hot weather and/or a period of unusually dry or wet conditions — it just so happens that boundary is currently cutting down the middle of the CONUS:

GFS 2m Temperature Anomalies (C) Jan 1 []

This is the true mechanism behind the U.S.’s, and indeed the planet’s, growing temperature contrasts, rather than the benign increase of atmospheric CO2–with the latter gaining such traction in the MSM, I suspect, due to it being a key component of The Great Reset: the plot to reform society in the interest of the few, to ‘build back better’ for the elites.

Look to the lack of investment in fossil fuels over the past few decades, at how out of favor this crucial commodity has fallen; look at the shortages and record energy prices currently gripping every developed corner of the planet, hurting the purse strings of everyday families. Before you can ‘build back’ you need a collapse, and this is what’s being orchestrated now — it appears those on high intend for us to take each other out in the form of civil war–the best answer to which is to start getting along; to find common ground; to reject ideological groupthink; to realize that there is no Left vs Right, rather there are simple beings with complex emotions and crippling confusion, forever bumping into walls of depression in search of meaning.

Left vs Right is itself a construct — one which serves the system, not we the people.

Turning our attention back to the weather (ha!), in a further blow to the AGW Party, the anomalous cold looks set to prevail — low temperature records will be challenged across the CONUS, and indeed across Canada and Alaska, and even Mexico, too:

GFS 2m Temperature Anomalies (C) Jan 1 – Jan 16 []

Record Cold And Snow Hit Alaska

Alaska ‘Icemageddon’ warning”, is how the BBC puts its, so you know it must be bloody cold…

The BBC article begins with record warmth (the 19.4C (66.9F) logged on Kodiak island, Sunday: AGW hypothesis in tact), but as discussed above, AGW can’t in any way, shape, or form explain the historic cold gripping a much larger portion of the state.

In the south-eastern town of Ketchikan, for example, temperatures dropped to -18C (-0.4F) on December 25 & 26 — the town’s coldest Christmas period of the past century+, with the old records being the -14.4C (6F) in 1967, and the -15C (5F) from 1917.

The extreme freeze prompted warnings of an “Icemageddon” from authorities, continues the BBC article, as torrents of rain and snow have left ice as hard as cement coating the roads.

“Ice is extremely difficult to remove once it has binded to the road surface. Even though air temps were warm… roads were at sub-zero temps, which caused ice to bind to the surface,” tweeted the Alaska Department of Transportation and Public Facilities.

The ice is expected cling to the roads until at least March or April, said Climate Scientist Rick Thoman, of the Alaska Center for Climate Assessment and Policy.

The snow has been just as extreme as the cold.

The Fairbanks area has been hit by its fiercest mid-winter storm since 1937. So much fell on Sunday that it caved in the roof of the only grocery shop in the town of Delta Junction, 95 miles (153km) south-east of Fairbanks. While an observation site at Denali National Park has now registered 74.5 inches (1.9 meters) of snow this month, making it the snowiest December on record.

These are scenarios Thoman is keen to put down to climate change: “When all the pieces come together in a warming world we’re going to get these unprecedented events, that’s what we expect,” he said.

However, and as discussed many times before, the establishment’s global warming hypothesis has been drastically altered over the years so as to fit observations due to it failing to predict them — but these extreme weather events we’re seeing, and particularly these dramatic swings between extremes, are due to less energy reaching the jet streams due to low solar activity, and not to man’s insignificant atmospheric CO2 contributions.

IPCC, 2001: “Milder winter temperatures will decrease heavy snowstorms…” was the original prophesy:

Saskatchewan Breaks 16 Low Temp Records, Sets New Power Usage

I’ve reported on British Columbia and Alberta in recent days, but the historic cold is no by no means confined to the east of Canada — the far east has seen record snow in recent days, and in Saskatchewan, record cold has prevailed.

Saskatchewan continues to grapple with frigid weather as 2021 draws to a close, leading to a host of records being broken across the province, reports

SaskPower says the province has broken its peak power record as homes and businesses used 3,868 megawatts to fight the freeze. The previous all-time record of 3,792 MW set four years ago to the day, on Dec 29, 2017 — and SaskPower says the new increase (of 76 MW) represents the electricity required to power some 76,000 homes.

Honing in on the records, some sixteen communities across Saskatchewan experienced record low temperatures on Tuesday alone. Furthermore, many of the busted benchmarks were truly historic, including Regina’s moose-hugging low of -38.6C (-37.5F), which beat out the all-time record of -37.2C (-35F) set in 1884(!); Swift Current’s -39.1C (-38.4F), which bested 1917’s -36.1C (-33F); and Leader’s crippling -42.6C (-44.7F), which smashed the previous record of -37.2C (-35F), set back in 1924.

Environment Canada have an extreme cold weather alert in place for much of the province, forecasting an extended period of dangerous temperatures; as a result, their meteorologists have urged people to take “extraordinary precautions“, while SaskPower have asked folks to be self-sufficient for at least 72 hours: with water, non-perishable food, a flashlights, a clock and radio, a first aid kit, blankets, and also a copy of Al Gore’s book “Our Choice” and Greta Thunberg’s “No One Is Too Small To Make A Difference”–you know, to burn…

The COLD TIMES are returning, the mid-latitudes are REFREEZING in line with historically low solar activitycloud-nucleating Cosmic Rays, and a meridional jet stream flow (among many other forcings, including the impending release of the Beaufort Gyre).

Prepare accordingly — learn the facts, relocate if need be and grow your own.

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51 Thoughts to “Wavy Jet Stream = Big Temp Contrast (-38F in MT, +87F in AL); Record Cold And Snow Hit Alaska; + Saskatchewan Breaks 16 Low Temp Records, Sets New Power Usage”

  1. DIrk Pitt

    Heat from volcanos rise, cold air sinks to replace it:

    From solar flares. NOT FROM NO FLARES !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

      1. DIrk Pitt

        Heat from volcanos make the wavy jet stream. Heat rises, then cold air sinks. This is from solar activity. Watch it again on the anoms loop.

        1. DIrk Pitt

          See that cyclone in the Gulf of Alaska today? Right off the Alaska volcano that’s been pumping HEAT into the atmosphere:

          NW WIND AT 95mph !! Pulling cold down from the Arctic:

      2. DIrk Pitt

        Heat from Kamchatka volcanos is pumping heat and pushing up the jet stream AGAIN like it has been doing for two and a half years along with other volcanos, from solar activity:—add-more-layers/overlays?tcso2,54.220,159.631,6

    1. DIrk Pitt

      Minor solar flares have been creating super typhoons from the heat from the volcanos erupting when the solar flares erupt. The cyclones pull the cold air down and create the high pressure and record cold.

  2. Deb

    As it gets colder and colder, and more and more people wake up to the global warming scam, dupes like Al and Greta, who have allowed themselves to be the faces of global warming, ought to worry about more than their books being burned. People get ugly when they are cold and hungry.

    1. Jacqui Ehninger

      I think little Greta is more the face of idealistic youth, brainwashed into believing the whole global warming theory and determined to do their part and change what they see as a disastrous future. It’s not kids like her that are to blame – it’s the sinister forces engineering the whole thing. If they’ve duped some scientists into believing it, there’s no wonder they’ve convinced some well-meaning teenagers. I just hope she’ll switch over to fishing garbage out of the ocean, which would be much more worthwhile!

      1. Deb

        But the PTB who have engineered it all are smart enough to keep a low profile, and evil enough to sacrifice their “middlemen” to the angry hordes roaming the streets with torches, looking for scapegoats.

        As for Greta, how old is she by now anyway? Children don’t remain so forever. And her parents have a great deal to answer for.

        You may have a forgiving mindset, but don’t expect people with children who are freezing and starving to death to feel the same way.

        1. Jacqui Ehninger

          She’s 18, about to turn 19. Definitely still in that age where you think you can change the world.
          Heck, they’ve had me convinced of this narrative for years! Our kids have been spoon-fed this story since kindergarten. You NEVER hear the term solar cycles ANYWHERE in the mainstream. Once I finally did, it was like “OMG, yes – of course the sun has an impact on climate!”
          So I’m not going to blame some kid for having fallen for it hook, line and sinker. The unfortunate thing is how they have used her to further their agenda. And you may well be right, that she may end up as one of the scape goats…

          1. Fran

            @Jacqui Ehninger I agree with you on Greta. I think, believe, that she is honest enough to change her views in a few years when she start to realize that “global warming” is just not happening, but the Earth changes continue.
            It takes a few years, in my experience at least, to start to have a more objective intuition about the [very complex] climate of our Planet.

  3. Jim Arlington

    Meanwhile back in North Devon we are experiencing anomaly warmth for this time of year. I rather suspect it will be short lived but I will take it. Locals are saying things like ‘ it’s not natural’ but it is 100% natural I tell then explaining the current state of the jet stream. Here in South West UK it seems that we have escaped any bad weather and 2021 was really good for us, the correct amount of rains and loads of 🌞 also. Let’s see what weather 2022 brings, more of the same would be good

    1. Deb

      In Missouri, we have done pretty well by the meridional jetstream as well. We’ve had an unusually mild November and December. But when the cold finally does set in, I expect it will be a force to reckon with.

      We got hammered with 2 1/2 weeks of deep freeze last February. The norm here is constant change, but time stood still for awhile and it was pretty unpleasant. Every year is different here. It’s wise to stock up good and then just go with the flow.

    2. TW

      Yes it’s incredibly mild in the UK. Although it is good, given energy prices and the state of the energy markets/companies, some sustained extreme cold would allow some truth to be accepted.

  4. Dallas Schneider

    Knew something big to happen Jan-Feb 22 but had no idea!
    The following link could be it. Scroll to bottom, click on your area,
    or city for detailed maps. For instance, Austin Texas underwater but
    not Fredericksburg to the South West in Hill Country, due to elevation.

    Spiritually speaking, if you want to do something about it, just spiritually, mentally, envelope the earth, then “Make it More Solid”!
    Make whatever you want a little more solid, so that we all may endure!

    Thank you for your support and assistance,

    1. Deb

      That’s funny
      I live about 300 miles from New Madrid and haven’t noticed any signs of earth movement. When your “few weeks” have come and gone and the US has not split in half nor Ireland gone under a tsunami, are you going to post a retraction and an apology for blatant and sensationalistic fear- mongering?

      Whether you do or you don’t, thank you for letting us know where you are coming from.

      1. Deb

        PS Illinois has been cracked (politically speaking) for a long time, and if they want to split off from Missouri, it won’t hurt my feelings any, lol!

    2. Al Tinfoil

      Beforeitsnews is the internet equivalent of the National Inquirer: the headlines are good for gossip and laughs when you are waiting in the lineup to pay at the grocery store, but rarely a good source for news, IMHO.
      But newspapers and TV news are so busy pushing some agenda that they are no better sources of facts. “Never let the facts get in the way of a good story!”

    3. DIrk Pitt

      Jan-Feb there is a high probability there will be X flares because Mercury retrograde and may other alignments. NOT GSM, solar max. Geomag storms will cause volcanos to go off, heat will rise and thennnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnn cold will sink. VOLITILITY FROM SOLAR ACTIVITY.NOT GSM. Warm fronts with cold fronts, just like it’s always been.

  5. Mystic’s Mystic

    The jet stream pulling warm tropical air mass into polar darkness is a large portion of the threat. At the moment with a dormant sun, the replenishment cycle for cold is much more vigorous than the replacement cycle for heat.
    Warm air forced into polar darkness provides more hours for radiation into space. I think there is reason to believe cold air lobes leaning on the warm air mass creates compression raising the temperature of that hot air mass.
    Along with being forced into polar darkness it is compressed hotter and radiates more relative to the background temperature of space. Cold air masses can produce heat but heat produce cold? All part of the cooling process.

    1. Deb

      That’s another factor in the cooling/warming scenario that I have not heard mentioned before. Makes good sense.
      I wonder exactly how much extra heat is being radiated during the long northern nights.

      We can add that to the cooling side, along with less light/heat from the sun, increased cloud formation from cosmic radiation, increased volcanic ash in the stratosphere, and Bill Gates spreading aluminium particles ( or whatever) up there.

      Speaking of which, do you think he’s actually doing that to mitigate the effects of solar flare(s) and predicted mininova? As far as I can tell, though the elite despise the rest of humanity, they seem to want to protect the rest of nature. That is surely why we now have bears, wolves, mountain lions and elk in the Midwest, where none existed a few decades ago. Somebody knew the disaster cycle was dur to repeat.

      1. Deb

        Cap, I wish your comment section had an edit function!

      2. Mystic’s Mystic

        The road to global cooling appears to be paved with an abundance of regenerative feed back combinations. A still growing list I might add. I think there is a very clear picture being painted of a cooling planet and all implications thereof. I’m sure you are suspicious that the advanced governments of the world
        have been aware of this for years. Probably starting with the first global warming smoke screen.

      3. Anonymous

        Dec sunspot count more than double predicted, cosmic rays on the way DOWN. GSM was two years ago.

        We are getting record cyclones from M flares and C flares because of the weak mag shield. What are X flares going to do ?? Same as last solar max only worse and it will all get blamed on climate change.

  6. 31 December 2021

    “I’ve reported on British Columbia and Alberta in recent days, but the historic cold is no by no means confined to the east of Canada — the far east has seen record snow in recent days, and in Saskatchewan, record cold has prevailed.”

    Correction: British Columbia and Saskatchewan are provinces in the West of Canada, not in the East. Western province of Alberta lies between B.C. and Saskatchewan.

    Keep up the good work revealing climate truths !! Demolish the evil politicisation of climate science by sleazy opportunistic AGW mediocrities.

    P.S. See my Expressway Traffic Optimization (ETO) technology concept for practicable cost-effective elimination of expressway (freeway) traffic congestion.

  7. DIrk Pitt

    I’m snowbound on lockdown in the compound, with more snow on the wayyy…—add-more-layers/overlays?snowAccu,next10d,47.646,-123.089,10

    I got those global warming blues, it’s another snowy day.

    1. Deb

      Did you write those lyrics yourself? You ought to send them to Hugh Laurie- he’d probably love them!

      1. DIrk Pitt

        I just drove 40 miles to Walmart and the power was out and they were evacuating the store. I waited a half an hour, no power in the area, traffic lights out, gas stations closed. That was my weather window ’till ???? It’s 40 miles of twisting two lane with over hanging second growth forest, Highway 101 a scenic route along the base of the Olympic Mountains on the edge of Hood Canal with 18 wheelers doing 60mph.
        Made it back before the road iced up too bad, locked the chain link gates and now I’m snow bound on lockdown in the compound. Nobody is getting in the gates if they’ve had the jab or tested positive or has been in contact with anyone who has had the vax or had the bug which is…. everyone can just stay the frick out.
        I got those global warming blues and they just won’t go away.

  8. DIrk Pitt

    Sunday’s forecast here is epic, I’m a bit on edge:—add-more-layers/overlays?rain,2022010300,47.654,-122.981,7

    Trees down, power out, more snow and then rain, flooding. Oh goody.

    1. Themronz

      Climate catastrophists are screeching from the rooftops in exasperation as IPCC sanctioned models prove to be farther and farther from the observed truth.
      Even when faced with multiple examples effortlessly dismantling their dogma they still reserve the right to dictate social and political policy.
      Ironically, although to suffocate Western society is the climate warriors’ real goal, it’s the old school industrial East they need to target because unless global emissions of CO2 start to fall very soon and in line with global temperatures, the grand sham will be exposed for all to see not just the few of us who are more inquisitive than most.

      1. Deb

        Why do x number of people have to be killed at an intersection before they will put in a stoplight? Why will x numbers of people have to freeze their tushes off before the majority faces the truth and fires up those retired power plants?

        I think there is a form of psychological inertia in the human race that ensures that most people will always be behind the curve, responding to conditions long after they first appear.

        Some of us prefer to jump on things a little quicker, sometimes even-OMG!- trying to prevent disasters from happening in the first place! Not enough of us, though.

  9. JNS

    You can be sure that all those running this show from behind the curtains have known about this Grand Solar Minimum, planetary alignments, weakening magnetic fields for decades! They timed their depopulation/global takeover to take full advantage of ‘Mother Nature’s’ cycles! They have successfully conditioned much of the world population with their global warming spin, the Green New Deal, and the health crisis, into looking left, when they should be looking right! It will get ugly, especially in those densely populated cities and regions. Also, not sure which will be worse, cold/snow in the north, or trying to survive the heat/humidity across the south when there is no A/C or electricity.

  10. Deb

    Old houses/buildings had high ceilings, windows that opened, attic fans, lots of trees and walkout basements to help people survive the summer heat without AC. My Mom said they used to live in the basement in summer. You would probably boil to death in a modern office building without AC. Lots of glass, windows don’t open, no shade.

  11. Nostradopus

    “Ice is extremely difficult to remove once it has binded to the road surface.” Does the Alaska Department of Transportation and Public Facilities know how to speak English?

  12. Gavin Shaw

    Here in Tulsa, the high is 68F today, December 31st, and tomorrow, January 1st, the temp is set to drop down to 9F with a chance of snow.

    1. Wizard

      But that’s due to global warming, don’tcha know?
      And pigs fly, FYI

      May your next harvest be as bountiful as the previous, if not more than last!

      Enjoy your few days free of capitalist job-slaving or slave-jobbing


      1. Deb

        Is that true about porcine aviators, lol? I’d given up expecting to see that in my lifetime. Must be the horrendous results of DNA fiddlin’.

  13. DIrk Pitt

    Temp anom chart above:
    Can you see the heat from the volcanos? Do you even know volcanos are going off EVERY DAY in Mexico, C America, S America? Month after month of nonstop heat rising making the wavy jet stream because there was solar activity. NOT FROM GSM. Watch the loop :
    Heat rises, then cold sinks.—add-more-layers/overlays?tcso2,36.102,-102.656,3

    I’ll go away now, leave you to your safe space.

  14. TheMronz

    16.2°C a New Year’s Day record in the UK.

    Then you read which location the observations: St James Park from where there stretches 35 miles of concrete in all directions.

  15. Mystic’s Mystic

    I look at the picture that opens Cap’s article and I can’t help wondering. What if all those cars were electric vehicles and the power went out in your neighborhood.
    So by all means make all government and first responder vehicles electric. Grind the world to a halt.

    1. Gordon G

      Damn good point 🤠

    2. Deb

      Let’s start with fed vehicles. No worries if the fed govt grinds to a halt, lol. 😏

      1. Mystic’s Mystic

        Upon further review 👏

  16. Ice Age Eugenics and Biodigital-convergence Now.Info

    Little Ice Age: Weird Weather, Witchcraft, Famine and Fashion
    The Little Ice Age (LIA) was a period of regional cooling, particularly pronounced in the North Atlantic region, that occurred after the Medieval Warm Period.[2] It was not a true ice age of global extent. The term was introduced into scientific literature by François E. Matthes in 1939.[3] The time period has been conventionally defined as extending from the 16th to the 19th centuries,[4][5][6] but some experts prefer an alternative timespan from about 1300[7] to about 1850.
    People living from 1300-1850 lived in a time colder than our own. Some scholars call this period the Little Ice Age, a period marked by several phases of climatic disaster. By far the most hotly debated period in historical climatology is the Little Ice Age. It’s not only the underlying cause of some of history’s most critical moments: the Black Death, the Thirty Years War, the French Fronde, the English Civil War, and the French Revolution… just to name a handful… The Little Ice Age is also and an example of how CURRENT history can be… like right here, right now.
    In the 1590s, the second half of the ongoing real cold fun began. Several cold and wet springs and summers in a row destroyed European crops. In England, the 1590s were a time of crisis. With nothing to sell or trade for money and very little food making it to market, Englanders entered periods of famine. Inflation destroyed their economies, many became homeless, and mortality rates jumped.
    The great majority of these deaths can be attributed to the unrelenting cold, wet weather, and harvest failures of the Little Ice Age… everybody get vaxxed… …… get vaxxed now while you still can. Sincerely, The Grim Globalist Reapers.

    1. Deb

      I read the first link- fascinating stuff, the more so because we are headed into such times ourselves.

      The following quote rang a bell with me:
      “Servants and lodgers were confined to upper stories where they benefitted from the heat of lower stories without taking up fuel of their own.”

      My mother, who was born in 1927, recalled a spell where her family lived in her grandparents’ home in St. Louis when she was a child. There was no heat in the upstairs bedrooms, but the floors had square holes, covered by grates, in them so that heat could rise from the downstairs, where stoves burned wood or coal ( don’t know which). Bricks were laid on the stoves, and at bedtime, they would wrap a hot brick in a towel and take it to bed with them to rest their feet on.

      So many survival skills and tips lost to most of us! Those big old houses they used to build were designed to handle extremes of weather. Modern crackerboxes, not so much, except for better insulation. Which keeps foul air in.

      A doctor once told me that in the “old days”, people would open all their doors and windows once a day to change the air. Even in winter, they put their coats on and did it. Smart!

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