Winter Has Arrived Months Early
Ian Campbell writes, “The media have to report the record snowfall in the Canadian Prairies, but they tiptoe around the subject, and certainly don’t discuss the ramifications for agriculture. We are in the midst of a federal election campaign here in Canada. Media and politicians are shrieking about “climate crisis”, while the Prairies are buried in winter at the beginning of autumn.” This week high temperatures will be 10 to 40 degrees below average. For those totally hypnotized by the media read that last line again, it does not say above average, it below average meaning to anyone with some rationality left-its getting cooler not warmer.
The elephant in the room, that the press is still trying to hide from us, is the total devastation of crops from the rain and snow and the early arrival of winter in Canada and the United States. Instead of winter coming later, as one would expect if one believed in man-made global warming, the cold is coming earlier.
Peter Sinks, Utah –east of Logan– broke the Lower-48’s cold temperature record for the month of October on Monday morning with a staggering reading of minus 35 degrees. What you are going to read in this essay is cold. Historic cold as winter crashes down into the northern hemisphere months early. Its a long story as the cold news events come in hot and heavy. No pun intended but the global warming religion is facing a deep freeze. When there is not supposed to be any snow in winter we were having winter storms in September and devastating winter storms in October burying the unharvested crops. The media, which is really not an honest public serving press any longer, does not see fit to tell the rest of us about new record-low yields, like it does not matter and the rest of the crap they report on does.
“Cold Air Invasion Today,” warns the National Weather Service. A strong cold front will move into the Southern states last Thursday and Friday. High temperatures will be 10 to 30 degrees below average.
Planting delayed in the spring, then harvesting hampered in the fall is an important untold story. The early wave of low temperatures in early October threatened not only onion and potato crops in Idaho, but also sweet corn and dry bean production.
Here is a warm weather map for Halloween. We’re still in October, the U.S. has ALREADY suffered 3 historic harvest-wrecking snowstorms, broken 3,575 all-time low temperature records by the 18th, according to NOAA, and Halloween has a great chance of registering below-freezing temperatures in all 50 U.S. states.
Typically, such cold isn’t seen until late December through February. The previous premature big-freeze was on November 18, 2014, and even that was incredibly early, prompting meteorologist Tim Buckley to write: “This typically happens a few times during winter, but is very rare this early in the season.” And this year’s first 50-state-freeze is set to beat that by almost THREE WEEKS. Sounds like really warm news!
Why is this all happening? THE SUN HAS BEEN SPOTLESS FOR A TOTAL OF 224 DAYS IN 2019, AND COUNTING… LOOMING GRAND SOLAR MINIMUM. Just so happens that the sun has a bigger influence on climate than all the CO2 global warming alarmists can dream of.
There are no words to describe the theft of truth. Here we are, on the cliff of entering a mini-ice age, with stupendous consequences for life, civilization and our bellies, and we have criminal psychopaths screaming about the world ending, real soon, from man-made global warming. Who do they think they are kidding? They do have millions confused. We have been constantly bombarded with global warming news which tells us not to believe with our own eyes, hear with our own ears, feel with our own skin. There are people whose basic lust in life is to control citizens’ thoughts, speech and access to information.
If you think I making this all up we have a global network of 500 scientists and professionals testifying that there is no climate emergency, not an out of control hot one at least. That did not stop the BBC, which recently went into full climate hysteria warning us that we have only 18 months to get it together to avoid climate catastrophe.
Democratic Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez of New York warned in January that “the world is going to end in 12 years if we don’t address climate change.” Then in May Ocasio-Cortez said “you’d have to have the social intelligence of a sea sponge” to take her literally when she invoked a 12-year deadline to stop “world ending” global warming.
A low of -5.5C (22F) was observed in Scotland October 22 — which came within just a few degrees of the UK’s all-time coldest temperature for the date set back in 1880.
Back in 2014 The Wall Street Journal reported, “The assertion that 97% of scientists believe that climate change is a man-made, urgent problem is a fiction.” Most scientists are not into fantasy like politicians tend to be. In fact more than 31,000 scientists believe “there is no convincing scientific evidence that human release of carbon dioxide, methane, or other greenhouse gases is causing or will, in the foreseeable future, cause catastrophic heating of the Earth’s atmosphere and disruption of the Earth’s climate.”
Physicist Vladimir Paar has already been predicting a time when most of central Europe will be covered in ice again. It is inevitable—a coming Ice Age—it’s Nature, it’s a cycle, it’s the sun doing what it always does and it probably also has something to do with orbital cycles.
The head of the Space Research section of the Russian Academy of Science, Professor Khabibullo Abdussamatov, in 2006, issued a press release, warning that the world should prepare for imminent global cooling. He predicted that the next ice age would start in 2012 – 2015, and would likely peak around 2055. He was looking to the most obvious reason global cooling is happening—the sun.
Violent Climate Change is Cold and Wet
In early October, Denver experienced bright, sunny, almost summer-like weather with 83 degree temperatures. But on Thursday, just before midnight, the temperature in the city plunged to a wintry 13 degrees — a record low for this time of year. That is a 70 degree drop! What did the mainstream press say about whats going on in the mid west, Another storm to keep chilly air in place across northern Plains through midweek
A few weeks ago the death toll rose to 5 as flooding paralyzes Houston area. The remnants of Imelda dumped up to 43 inches of rain within three days in the areas between Winnie and Beaumont, east of Houston. Most of that rain fell in just 24 hours.
Michael Snyder writes, “An unprecedented October blizzard that hit just before harvest time has absolutely devastated farms all across the U.S. heartland. As you will see below, one state lawmaker in North Dakota is saying that the crop losses will be “as devastating as we’ve ever seen”. This is the exact scenario that I have been warning about for months, and now it has materialized. Due to endless rain and horrific flooding early in the year, many farmers in the middle of the country faced very serious delays in getting their crops planted. So we really needed good weather at the end of the season so that the crops could mature and be harvested in time, and that did not happen. Instead, the historic blizzard that we just witnessed dumped up to 2 feet of snow from Colorado to Minnesota. In fact, one city in North Dakota actually got 30 inches of snow. In the end, this is going to go down as one of the worst crop disasters that the Midwest has ever seen, and ultimately this crisis is going to affect all of us.”
Spain had its worst storm in over a century in September but the American media did not report it. An extreme ‘Gota Fria’ –meaning ‘Cold Drop’–battered practically ALL of Spain in September. A succession of frigid polar fronts drove temps some 16C below-average across vast swathes of the country, brought torrential rain and floods to many, and even spawned a tornado in Alicante.
Nothing Unusual About Winter Coming in October?
Parts of the nation that were mowing lawns two weeks ago broke out snow shovels as a sprawling storm sweeping across the West threatened to develop into an “all-out blizzard” over the Dakotas, where a blizzard warning has been issued. AccuWeather meteorologist Geoff Cornish said some parts of Montana have seen a foot or two of snow.
In 2000, Dr. David Viner, a senior research scientist at University of East Anglia’s climate research unit, predicted that in a few years winter snowfall would become “a very rare and exciting event. Children just aren’t going to know what snow is.”
U.S. crops have deteriorating conditions, while harvest pace drops below half of the country’s average. As of a 15 days ago many farmers continued to wait on the sidelines to get into the fields. With freezing temperatures, heavy snowfall, and high winds set to hit the northern Plains last week, the corn in North Dakota was only 22% mature vs. a 75% five-year average, according to last Monday’s USDA Crop Progress Report.
Also, South Dakota corn was rated 36% mature vs. an 80% five-year average. Minnesota farmers have a corn crop that is just 39% mature vs. an 83% five-year average. In last weeks Crop Progress Report, the USDA pegged the U.S. corn harvest at 15% complete vs. an 27% five-year average. USDA rated the crop in the mature stage at 58% vs. 85% five-year average, the slowest on record.
A literal plague of new all-time cold records was already spreading across Western & Central U.S. last Friday, October 11.