Significant winter storm brings heavy snow and ice to Midwest, Plains

Significant winter storm brings heavy snow and ice to Midwest, Plains:

A strong winter storm is bringing heavy snow and ice from the Plains to the upper Midwest and western Great Lakes, US on Monday, January 22, 2018, causing major road and air traffic problems. The storm is named Jaxon by The Weather Channel.

Hundreds of flights were canceled across the Plains and Midwest on Sunday and Monday. About 400 into and out of Minneapolis-Saint Paul International Airport Monday morning before conditions deteriorated so much the airport had to be closed during the afternoon. More than 100 flights were canceled in Chicago and about 200 in Denver on Sunday.

A 320 km (200 miles) long stretch of Interstate 70 was closed this morning east of Denver to WaKeeney, Kansas. Travel was not advised in much of eastern Colorado and western Kansas as heavy snow produced extremely dangerous driving conditions. Similar conditions were reported in eastern Nebraska and western Iowa, both areas under blizzard warnings.

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AND NOW: 2017 Ranked Among Three Hottest Years Ever

What a load of BS.

You can’t make this stuff up!

The crop failures of 2017 due to global warming global cooling and severe weather patterns will be nothing compared to what lies ahead of us, because we are entering into the Grand Solar Minimum.

The people will (maybe) wake up, when there will be no more food, but then it will be way too late.

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Scorcher! 2017 Ranked Among Three Hottest Years Ever

H/t reader eric:

“Presumably on a parallel universe, I wonder which planet they were on.”

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Africa’s desert to become lush green tropics as monsoons MOVE to Sahara, scientists say

… as predicted for the Grand Solar Minimum

Africa’s desert to become lush green tropics as monsoons MOVE to Sahara, scientists say:

ONE of Africa’s driest regions could become very wet and green by a change in the monsoon circulation.

Scientists have discovered evidence in computer simulations for a change to heavy seasonal rainfall turning Africa’s arid Sahel region, which spans from the Sahara to the Sudanian Savanna.

Very dry regions, such as Mali, Niger and Chad, which have been struck by droughts, could receive as much rainfall as tropical climates.

Lead-author of the study Jacob Schewe from Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research (PIK) said: “More rain in a dry region can be good news.

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‘Grand Solar Minimum’ – Interview With David DuByne of Adapt 2030 (Video)

Flashback:

Telegraph Article Reporting “GLOBAL COOLING” On BILDERBERG Discussion Agenda Has Been REMOVED:

I had posted the article on Sep. 27, 2010 here:

Global Cooling and the New World Order

By James Delingpole
Last updated: September 26th, 2010

Source: The Telegraph

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Alcohol Prohibition to Begin During the Grand Solar Minimum (Video)

There will be a pole shift and the earth changes that precede the pole shift will bring huge changes & destruction and the sun has been predicted to rise in the west.

Also some scientists are expecting this to happen:

Sunrise in the WEST: Scientists warn North could be SOUTH as Earth’s magnetic poles SWITCH

Also predicted…

Lactantius: “Nor will the seasons preserve their regularity, winter & summer being confused.” – Saint Columba: “Only the leaves on the trees will show the difference between summer and winter.”

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Brutal cold in Russia: – 62 °C in Oymyakon and -53 °C in Yakutsk

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Major ice jam flooding, snow and ice as Arctic front moves toward eastern US

Major ice jam flooding, snow and ice as Arctic front moves toward eastern US:

A sharp arctic frontal boundary continues moving eastward towards the eastern U.S. into this weekend impacting travel. Significant freezing rain, accumulating snow, and gusty winds producing wind chills can be expected. Ice jams have been reported from Ohio to Pennsylvania as well as severe traffic problems.

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China paralysed by record snowfall: Millions without power

China paralysed by record snowfall: Millions without power:

CHINA warned of a second wave of snow and sleet hitting northern, central and eastern parts of the country after record snowfall paralysed parts of the country.

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Helicopters fly some of the 13,000 trapped tourists out of Swiss ski resort Zermatt after snow blocked roads… while other holidaymakers make the most of being stuck in winter paradise

Helicopters fly some of the 13,000 trapped tourists out of Swiss ski resort Zermatt after snow blocked roads… while other holidaymakers make the most of being stuck in winter paradise:

  • Snow has blocked all roads and the train leading to resort of Zermatt, a popular ski station in the Swiss Alps 
  • There are currently ‘around 13,000’ guests at the resort, head of the train station Janine Imesch has explained
  • Reconnaissance flight has been planned over area to determine how to deal with the extraordinary situation
  • Tourists have been making the most of the situation indulging in a spot of après-ski to pass the time
  • Helicopters have finally begun the process of evacuating the stranded skiers while trains begin to move again

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‘Global Warming’ In The Sahara Desert: “We Woke Up To See Snow!”

‘Global Warming’ In The Sahara Desert: “We Woke Up To See Snow!”:

It snowed 16 inches in the Sahara Desert near the town Ain Sefra in Algeria after a storm hit on Sunday. This is the third time in 40 years that snow has fallen on the city.

Residents also awoke to snow in 2016 and 2017.  But this time, they got about 16 inches of the white stuff.

While the actual town of Ain Sefra only saw a few inches of snow, the sand dunes in the desert, which is on the outskirts of the town, were covered.

“We were really surprised when we woke up to see snow again. It stayed all day on Sunday and began melting at around 5 pm,” said Photographer Karim Bouchetata.

When Bouchetata says “again”, the photographer is referring to another snowstorm not long ago. In 2016, the town known as “The Gateway to the Desert” saw deep snow shortly after Christmas and it caused chaos, with passengers stranded on buses after the roads became slippery and icy.

But children made the most of it, sledding down the desert sand dunes and building snowmen.

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