Not just August, but the rainiest of ANY month on record
As of August 25th Moscow had already set the record for the rainiest month in the city’s history of meteorological observations.
According to the Moscow Meteo-Bureau, the city had received about 170 mm (6.69 inches) of rainfall the first 25 days of the month.
“The previous monthly record was set in August 1973 when 163 mm of rainfall was recorded”, a bureau spokesman said. Continue reading »
“Snow-hit power lines could take weeks to fix,” says Radio New Zealand.
“We’re dealing with a metre of snow in some of those cross country areas,” said Unison power company spokesperson Danny Gough.
“It’s almost like a war zone – we’ve got poles that have just been been broken like twigs, trees and vegetation and all sorts of other rubble across the lines and the poles.”
“Help on way to Hawke’s Bay homes cut off by snow,” reads the headline.
“Communities and farmers on the snow covered Taupo Plains are being warned to expect to be without power for more than a week. Continue reading »
Heavy snowfall leaves many areas isolated.
Many parts of the island remained isolated after 50 to 70 cm (20 to 28 inches) of snow closed highways.
Meanwhile, the temperature in the city of Queenstown, South Island, dropped to -6.5 ° C (the historical record for August is -7.8 ° C), making this one of the lowest levels recorded in the last hundred years! Continue reading »
WOW this is massive
Large hail driven by strong winds damaged virtually every home in a Wyoming town Wednesday evening, prompting help from the Wyoming National Guard.
The Wyoming Tribune Eagle reported around 500 homes were damaged in the town of Pine Bluffs, about 40 miles east of Cheyenne near the Nebraska state line. Continue reading »
Record snowfall hits Northern Northwest Territory (N.W.T. ).
It might not quite feel like a Northern Christmas in July, but some people in parts of the N.W.T. certainly aren’t welcoming the winter-like weather.
This week, snow has been falling in at least three N.W.T. communities — Sachs Harbour, Inuvik and Paulatuk. Continue reading »
A group of adventurers, sailors, pilots and climate scientists that recently started a journey around the North Pole in an effort to show the lack of ice, has been blocked from further travels by ice.
The Polar Ocean Challenge is taking a two month journey that will see them go from Bristol, Alaska, to Norway, then to Russia through the North East passage, back to Alaska through the North West passage, to Greenland and then ultimately back to Bristol. Their objective, as laid out by their website, was to demonstrate “that the Arctic sea ice coverage shrinks back so far now in the summer months that sea that was permanently locked up now can allow passage through.”
There has been one small hiccup thus-far though: they are currently stuck in Murmansk, Russia because there is too much ice blocking the North East passage the team said didn’t exist in summer months, according to Real Climate Science. Continue reading »
Every grand Solar Minimum there is a VEI 6 or VEI 7 eruption, when it happens again we can expect 4C drop in European temperatures. The Sahel area in Northern Africa is getting wetter and rains are beginning to abound in the once desert areas allowing for corn growing to start again.
ENSO Drop in Temps http://notrickszone.com/#sthash.VM1tO…
369 Year Temperature Reconstruction Tree Rings http://notrickszone.com/2016/07/17/ne…
1816 Year Without a Summer http://www.clim-past-discuss.net/cp-2…
Jul 18, 2016
“Record Warm” temperatures in Alaska are not records after all, it has been warmer by 1C in the last few years, also it was warmer in 1815 followed by a drastic drop in temperatures. We are repeating a cycle, forests are being found under glaciers that are now retreating. NASA changes temperature record in Nuuk, Greenland and Iceland to remove 1940’s warm spike.
Record Heat Alaska http://mashable.com/2016/07/14/deadho…
Warmer Alaska Before https://stevengoddard.wordpress.com/2…
http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~aka… Continue reading »
Snow continues to fall across Europe in July 2016. A total of 10 days of snow in this extremely rare round of bizarre snowy weather during the European summer. Strawberry crops lost in Switzerland due to cold and rain. India suffers extreme drought effecting tomato crops country wide along with the dairy industry.
Snow has fallen on six of the Earth’s seven continents in July 2016. This runs contrary to claims of the warmest year ever. The Grand Solar Minimum has commenced, and instead of combining global resources to prepare our citizens, the rhetoric of warmest year ever continues. When the cooling commences this winter, governments will be changed as food prices skyrocket.
Argentinians told to wear their coats in the house to save electricity http://www.bubblear.com/macri-tells-a…
NOAA way hot over the rest of the world http://notrickszone.com/2016/04/02/hu…
NOAA adjusted ENSO down after they were caught push high temperatures http://www.bom.gov.au/climate/model-s…
Snow patches across Scotland are the most reported and the thickest since the 1800’s. Bees are dying at an alarming rate due to pesticides and groups are starting across the world to help save the bee population. All Hives Matter. A quick look at drought and wet cycles across North Africa.
In the town of Atuncoya in Buenavista, Puno, inhabitants do not remember a winter with frost as strong as this.
17 July 2016 – In Atuncoya and Cachipascana cold kills. Extreme cold in Puno. Temperatures reaching 15 degrees below zero.
- 13 children under five have died in the Puno region from April to date.
- 19 thousand hectares of crops have been ruined by hail and bitter cold.
- More than 18,000 animals have died.
Juana Díaz Quispe collects manure of sheep and alpacas and uses it in her tiny kitchen of stones and adobe to keep the fire alive. She has no wood or coal. Nor electricity and gas. Continue reading »
JULY Snow in Five European Countries
More than a foot (30 cm) of snow in the passes.
A total of 10 days of snow in this extremely rare round of bizarre snowy weather during the European summer.
Even the locals are saying how strange and unusual this is.
Strawberry crops lost in Switzerland due to cold and rain
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Some 44.426 alpacas, 3902 llamas, 4370 sheep and 4183 cattle have died because of low temperatures, according to the Regional Directorate of Agriculture Puno.
Meanwhile, in Arequipa, about 5,000 alpacas have died since this cold period began in May this year, said Mirko Avendao, regional manager of Agriculture. Continue reading »
13 July 2016 – Low temperatures in June influenced the quality of some products in São Paulo, causing losses and consequent price increases.
Three polar masses of strong intensity caused the temperature to drop below 10 ° C for several consecutive days. Continue reading »
October like temps are expected across the western USA along with SNOW over the next week well into July. Interesting how the warmest year ever has snow in July. A unique ice whirlpool visible from space off the coast of eastern Canada. The “Cold Blob” has switched oceans and become hot, well at least in the media.
El Nino comparison 2015-1997 http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetec…
Cold Blob http://i.dailymail.co.uk/i/pix/2016/0…
Sea Surface Temp Plot http://weather.unisys.com/surface/sfc…
Atlantic Cold Blob http://www.naplesnews.com/weather/hur…
UAH global temperatures have dropped the 2nd most since the satellite era began. The Sun continues to stay sun spotless for its 9th day, which is years ahead of the norm. Massive dust storms bellow off west Africa all the way to Europe. New reports link our Sun to Earths climate, but IPCC says they dont’ care.
With the new solar minimum upon our planet, think about prosperity and thriving with your communities during this next 30 years. Life will change for billions of people on our planet.
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