Plunging Temperatures Around the World

According to the University of Wisconsin, Madison, on June 11, 2012, the South Pole Station measured a new record low temperature. The mercury dropped to -73.8°C (-100.8°F), breaking the previous minimum temperature record of -73.3°C (-99.9°F) set in 1966. The coldest places on earth are getting colder and that means the entire planet is cooling down, so everyone will eventually feel it.

The German Herald reported on March 31, 2013, “German meteorologists say that the start of 2013 is now the coldest in 208 years. It was May of 2013 that the headlines in Forbes Magazine read, “To the Horror of Global Warming Alarmists, Global Cooling Is Here.” Scientists, the ones who still have their wits about them, have known for as long as 19 years that the world has been cooling and have predicted exactly where we now are.

Four years ago in 2010, the headlines were, ‘Britain could be heading for coldest winter in 300 years,’ forecasters warned. Average temperature since December 1 has been a perishing –1°C. That makes it the second coldest since records began in 1659. The chilliest on record was 1683-1684, when the average was –1.17°C and the River Thames froze over for two months. But with January and February to come, experts believe Britain could suffer the most freezing cold winter in the last 1,000 years.

An area twice the size of Alaska was open water two years ago and is now covered in ice after the arctic ice cap has expanded for the second year in a row

The trend down in temperatures has been happening for the last few years and is presently accelerating to the coldest we have seen in our lifetime. January through March 2015 ranks as the coldest first three months of the year in history for Lancaster County, according to Millersville University Weather Center data in Millersville, Pennsylvania. It has been the coldest January-March in the 101 years for which weather records have been kept in Lancaster County, said Millersville meteorologist Eric Horst. Combined, those three months averaged 7.1 degrees below the normal temperature in the county. Individually, January was 4 degrees below normal, February was 11.3 degrees below normal and March was 6 degrees below normal.

On the morning of January 16, 2015, as New England was under the grip of an arctic blast, an all-time low temperature of -50° Fahrenheit was recorded for Maine. It was recorded at 7:30 a.m. EST at a U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) stream gauge on the Big Black River near Depot Mountain in northwestern Aroostook County. The previous record, -48° Fahrenheit, was set in Van Buren, Maine almost 84 years earlier, on January 19, 1925. In Vostok Antarctica, temperature of -80.3 degrees was recorded. That is the coldest since observations began.

In this photo taken on Sunday, Jan. 14, 2018, Anastasia Gruzdeva poses for selfie as the Temperature dropped to about -50 degrees (-58 degrees Fahrenheit) in Yakutsk, Russia. Temperatures in the remote, diamond-rich Russian region of Yakutia have dropped to near-record lows, plunging to -67 degrees Centigrade (-88.6 degrees Fahrenheit) in some areas. ( photo via AP)

The headlines about what is happening in Russia read: EVEN THE EYE LASHES FREEZE, RUSSIA SEES MINUS 88.6 DEGREES F (MINUS 67 DEGREES C). Exceptional cold in Russia. On Wednesday, February 21, the minimum temperature in Moscow will drop to -14 to -19°C. On Thursday, February 22, the temperature will drop to -18 to – 20°C. The coldest day will be February 23, when the temperature will drop to -20 to – 25°C. The average daily temperature will be below the norm by 12 degrees! Temperatures near Moscow eventually dropped to -30°C.

Timothy Mytton-Watson, who runs renovation and repair pool business in Austrailia, which is being hurt by lower summer temperatures said, “You can feel the desperation out there. It’s really strange. I’ve only jumped in my pool three times this whole summer. Usually it’s 40 times.” Its been running a chilly 15 to 17 degrees at night and it’s the height of the summer! This will be the first time in 16 years that Pert will not deliver a 40-degree day this summer.

Bozeman Yellowstone Airport is reporting a colder than normal February. Average temperature through the 22nd is 15.7°, which is -10.6° below normal and the 13th coldest on record so far.

Temperatures in parts normally warmer Bangladesh dropped to 2.6 °C (36.7 °F) on Monday, January 8, 2018. At least 12 people, including 6 children, died of cold-related ailments in just 4 days. “It is the lowest temperature since authorities started keeping records in 1948,” Shamsuddin Ahmed, head of the Bangladesh Meteorological Department (BMD), told AFP. The previous record low of 2.8 °C (37 °F) was recorded in 1968, he added.

On January 6, Worcester, Massachusetts, reported record snowfall of 16.8 inches (42.7 cm), far surpassing the city’s previous record for the date of 9.8 inches (25 cm) set in 1994. Also on January 6, the high temperature in Worcester reached just 6F (-14.4C), tying the previous record for this date set in 1896. At the end of the first week of January we had record lows from Richmond, VA to Boston, MA.

Rankin Inlet freeze

Rankin Inlet in a deep freeze of -60C a couple weeks ago. Susan Enuaraq photo.

Here is the news from the Artic Circle where record breaking temperatures are supposed to be melting all the ice:

Temperatures are getting to –40 C before the wind-chill and when the winds are factored in, it feels colder than –60 C.

“You’ve got blustery winds with some of the coldest temperatures that people have ever experienced,” said David Phillips, senior climatologist with Environment Canada, adding that his charts say skin freezes in two minutes at –55 C.

Blame for the 15 degrees colder than normal temperatures is being placed on the polar vortex, a combination of an aggressive weather system and frigid air temperatures. That’s a funny way of saying its 15 degrees colder than normal because global temperatures are plunging. Its cold because we are living on a cooling planet because of a decline in solar activity, and all that results from that.

Temperatures in parts normally warmer Bangladesh dropped to 2.6 °C (36.7 °F) on Monday, January 8, 2018. At least 12 people, including 6 children, died of cold-related ailments in just 4 days. “It is the lowest temperature since authorities started keeping records in 1948,” Shamsuddin Ahmed, head of the Bangladesh Meteorological Department (BMD), told AFP. The previous record low of 2.8 °C (37 °F) was recorded in 1968, he added.

Winter is here but it’s not a regular winter as just about every American can feel if they step outside. Boston tied a 100-year-old record on Tuesday when it marked seven consecutive days of temperatures that did not top 20 degrees Fahrenheit (-6.7 degrees Celsius). New York’s airports have registered new lows and Chicago has enjoyed its coldest New Year’s Day ever.

In Nebraska, temperatures hit 15 below zero (-26 Celsius) before midnight Sunday in Omaha, breaking a record low dating to 1884, which is 134 years ago. The temperature in Indianapolis dropped to -12°F (-24C) on the 2nd, tying the previous record for the date set in 1887.

Coldest in more than 120 years in Worcester MA

Coldest in more than 120 years in Worcester, Massachusetts

Coldest in more than 110 years in Syracuse NY

Coldest in more than 110 years in Syracuse, New York

Coldest in more than 110 years in Providence RI

Coldest in more than 110 years in Providence, Rhode Island. Only the blind cannot see the steep trend to cooling. Just stare at these end lines. Take a good look at these graphs and the straight lines down. Only deranged people would argue that those cooling lines means warming.

Smashing old record by 6 degrees the mercury dropped to 17°F (-8.3°C) in Lebanon, Pennsylvania, this morning, smashing the old record low for this date of 23°F set in 1973.

Cold records crushed in Minnesota 2nd day in a row. On Nov 9, the temperature fell to -13F in International Falls, shattering the old record of 0F set in 1979. On Nov 10, the temp in Ini’l Falls dropped to -14F, breaking the old record of -6F set in 1986.

Celina, Minnesota, reported a low temperature of -17°F on November 10th, a new all-time state record low for this date. Not just for Celina, but for the entire state.

New York City breaks 103-year-old cold record on November 11th, which blows away an old record set in 1914, says PhD meteorologist Ryan Maue. British Columbia broke many cold records as far back as 1914 at the same time as New Yorkers where experiencing their cold. It was cold everywhere with Ontario experiencing a “Mid-winter-like night,” which shattered a 97-year-old record low. Lebanon also shattered a record-low temperature smashing the old record by 6 degrees. Two weeks before that Houston shattered a 107-year-old cold record. The mercury fell to 36°F (2.2C) at Bush Intercontinental Airport (IAH) on the 29th of October, shattering the previous record low of 39°F (3.9C) set in 1910.

Actually winter, in some places started in early October when a record breaking winter snow storm hit the Rockies.

Cold and frost in southern Brazil in the height of summer. On the 28 Apr 2017 the mercury plunged to -5.2ºC, in southern Brazil, the strongest freeze in the month of April in the last 46 years. On the grass, the thermometers reached an impressive -11.4 ° C. The vast majority of cities in the state of Santa Catarina (southern Brazil) recorded the lowest April temperature in many decades, in some cases the coldest April temperature on record. Winter has come to Brazil two months early. In 2016, the last days of cold weather with temperatures close to zero were recorded in the middle of December, just about a week before the Summer season started.

Winter snow sets record not just for the date, but for the entire month of October – and it’s only October 3. The heaviest October snow in Montana in more than 100 years has caused widespread power outages and downed trees in parts of Montana and Colorado. All of Havre, Montana, a city of 9,800, lost power. With 37.6 cm (14.8 inches) of snow as of late Monday night, Havre experienced what was effectively a blizzard, NWS Great Falls said.

Even earlier, at the end of September we had heavy early-season snowfall forced closure of state Route 190 and Route 224 at Guardsman Pass, according to the Utah Department of Transportation (UDOT).

We also had record cold in Western Siberia at the end of September, cold enough to break records set more than 60 years ago. The mercury plummeted to -6.2 degrees C, breaking the previous record for the date of -4.5C, which was set more than 60 years ago in 1955. Temperatures in the area are abnormally cold, running 5-10 degrees C below the climatic norm.

On September 25th it was also very cold in Spain. The mercury plummeted in the Pyrenees, dropping to as low as -10C overnight.

Snow in New York’s Adirondack Mountains – On the 1st of September

Northern Illinois, northern Iowa, northern Nebraska, the Dakotas, Minnesota and Wisconsin could possibly see frost between September 6 and 10, On the morning of Sept. 7, lows could fall between 34 and 39 degrees Fahrenheit—between 15 and 18 degrees colder than normal, says Clark. That would be a “legitimate threat” of an exceedingly early frost. Record low temps in seven states – OH, CT, PA, NY, IL, NJ and RI

Hard freeze for parts of Michigan. The National Weather Service in Marquette, Michigan, has issued a frost advisory on the last day of August. Temperatures to drop into the mid 20s. This is 3-6 weeks earlier than normal.

Freezing in norther Minnesota – In August: “These are record low temperatures for many areas that typically see average August lows around 50 degrees (10C),” reports Fox9. Temperatures in northern Minnesota plunged to as low as 29°F (-1.67C) yesterday (Aug 24), according to the National Weather Service in Duluth.

Snowfall in Siberia – In August: “The temperature background is rapidly falling” in northern Siberia, with frost and snow expected. Arctic air will come from Taimyr, pass through the Krasnoyarsk Territory and further to the north of the Irkutsk region. The temperature will drop to 0 – minus 5 degrees at night.

Yakutia hit by rare summer blizzard in August: Heavy snowfalls in late summer, even to the northwest of Yakutia, are rare. Although similar Arctic invasions have previously occurred, the amount of snowfall “was noticeably lower.”

August snow disrupts life in Inner Mongolia: Rare August snow has fallen in north China’s Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, the local civil affairs authorities on the first of September. Strong winds and snow caused temperatures to drop to minus two degrees Celsius. Up to 5,200 hectares of crops were damaged, including 1,700 hectares completely destroyed by frost, the regional civil affairs department said in a statement. Although winter comes earlier to Inner Mongolia than most parts of China, but snow in August is still unusual.

‘Rare’ early freeze in Russia. In Magadan such frosts usually do not begin earlier than the third week of August. “In the central regions of the Magadan region, such early frosts are rare.” Expected to freeze to -3°C. In the central areas on July 31. In the village of Pechora the temperature fell to 1.3 ° C on August 8, a new cold record.

First ‘summer-less’ July in Denmark in 38 years. A ‘summer day’, which is defined as any day in which temperatures top 25C (77F) at least somewhere in Denmark. According to the Danish Meteorology Institute (DMI), July is likely to end without reaching 77F anywhere in the country. If that prediction holds up, it will mark the first time that Danes will have suffered through a summer-less July in nearly four decades.

In the United States, summers are getting much colder. Every single metric shows that summer maximum temperatures are cooling in the US, and that heatwaves are becoming shorter, less intense and covering a smaller area. Climate scientists say the exact opposite of the data, because they are consultants being paid to push the global warming scam.

In Örebro Sweden, the mercury dropped to -14C, making it the coldest April night since 1944. It is unusual for temperatures to fall below -10C in southern Sweden during spring nights. Big ski resorts awoke to a winter wonderland this morning, two months before the official start of the ski season. In Russia, temperatures are 4-8 degrees C below normal. Smolensk (where the air cooled to -6.8 degrees) and Tula (-6.5).

The record cold is not an isolated occurrence. In Canada record cold is being set against records go back to the 1870s when Ulysses S. Grant was president of the United States. Freezing temperatures threaten wine and fruit harvest in Central Europe. Over 90 percent loss of apples in Germany. Parts of Central and Eastern Europe have been hit by more than 30 centimeters (one foot) of snow in recent days.

According to the weather service MeteoNews, the weather in the second half of April has never been so cold in at least six places, at least since the start of the measurements.

On the morning of 4 Mar 2017, the temperature dropped to -66°F (-54C) at Mould Bay on Prince Patrick Island in Canada setting a new all-time record low for the area. Not just for the date mind you, but the coldest ever in Mould Bay. The previous record of -65°F in Mould Bay was set in 1967 and 1987.

The record-breaking cold at Mould Bay came close to being an all-time record low for all of Canada’s high Arctic region (north of 70°N). According to GHCN data, only two locations, Eureka and Lake Hazen (both on Ellesmere Island) have been colder, at -68°F and -69°F respectively.

“If you look at the low for the day, it was -38, but it had warmed up — using the term “warm” loosely — to -19.” Since Iditarod Alaska started measurements in 1973 that was the coldest start by a wide margin. Just two days before spring, we had wind chills near -55 C (-67 F) in Canada.

Boston – Coldest December 16 in 133 years. 16 Dec 2016 – The mercury in Boston plunged to 4°F (-16° C) this morning. This was the coldest for this date since 1883, when the temperature dropped to 1° F (-17° C), according to the National Weather Service.

The temperature at Hancock International Airport in Syracuse, New York, hit 2 below zero (-18.9C) this morning. The record for Dec. 16 had been minus 1, set in 1917

New Hampshire – MINUS 85 Degrees wind chill on Mount Washington. “It’s generally late January or February before we experience this sort of polar air outbreak.” said senior weather observer Mike Carmon in the weather observatory’s blog.


Global average temperatures over land have plummeted by more than 1C since the middle of this year. At the end of November people were already dying of the cold in Poland.

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