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The geniuses in the UK government decided to take £10,800 from every UK household to cool the world by a figure which, rounded to the nearest tenth of a degree, is 0.0 degrees C a century from now.
Hot air: Bombshell report shows green levies backed by government will cost the economy £319bn by 2030 Continue reading »
It’s probably nothing …
Temperature falls to minus 16C.
Average daily temperature below normal by 3 to 5 degrees.
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All over the planet, global weather patterns have gone completely nuts. Just over the past few days we have seen “life threatening” heatwaves, extremely dangerous wildfires, vicious tornadoes and unprecedented flooding – and that is just in the United States. And of course this is just the continuation of a trend that stretches back to last year, when extremely weird weather created “apocalyptic-like conditions” in many areas around the world. So why is this happening? For decades, we could count on weather patterns falling within fairly predictable parameters, but now that is completely changing all of a sudden. All over the globe we are seeing things happen that we have never seen happen before, and the weather just seems to get even more crazy with each passing month. Continue reading »
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People around the world are noticing that our planet’s weather is dramatically changing. They are also beginning to notice the long lingering trails left behind airplanes that have lead millions to accept the reality of chemtrail/geoengineering programs. Could there be a connection between the trails and our severe weather? While there are many agendas associated with these damaging programs, evidence is now abundant which proves that geoengineering can be used to control weather. In this documentary you will learn how the aerosols being sprayed into our sky are used in conjunction with other technologies to control our weather. While geoengineers maintain that their models are only for the mitigation of global warming, it is now clear that they can be used as a way to consolidate an enormous amount of both monetary and political power into the hands of a few by the leverage that weather control gives certain corporations over the Earth’s natural systems. This of course, is being done at the expense of every living thing on the planet.
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Snow totals for western and central parts of Turkey and down to the city of Jerusalem
At least 8 villages isolated – Normally sun-drenched islanders lose power and water
SNOWFALL RATES…OVER 3 INCHES PER HOUR AT TIMES.
It feels like a Siberian winter in Romania.
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– 16% Of US Stations Did Not Make It To 90F (32C) This Year (Real Science, Oct 26, 2014):
A record percentage of active US HCN stations (16%) did not make it to 32C this year. Many stations as far south as North Carolina did not make it to 90 degrees.
Here is the list: Continue reading »
– Snow and cold endanger harvest in Kyrgyzstan and Mid-Ural (Ice Age Now, Oct 7, 2014):
Storm warning – Rain expected to change to snow in Kyrgyzstan on October 8 and 9 in the Chu and Talas valleys, and foothill and mountainous areas, it is reported by Kyrgyzhydromet.
Meanwhile, freezing is forecast for the nights of October 9-10 in Chui, Talas, Kemin valley, in the agriculture areas of Issyk-Kul and Naryn oblasts.
In the foothills of Osh, Jalal-Abad and Batken regions, frosts are expected down to -1 to -3 degrees.
“Such freezings are dangerous for unharvested fruit and vegetable crops, and for dug up and uncovered potatoes and sugar beets.”
“These weather conditions complicate the most agricultural activities, including grazing on pastures, work vehicles, energy and utilities.” Continue reading »
Snow is making an appearance in Rockford earlier in the fall than all but one time since they started keeping records.
The city set a temperature record with O’Hare Airport recording a high of 47 degrees, marking the lowest maximum high temperature in 79 years, the NWS reported.
Light snow followed a cold front into the Chicago area Saturday morning, the third earliest we’ve seen a trace of the stuff dating back to 1881.
It may be the first week of October, but already snow was falling in Michigan’s lower peninsula on Saturday. Continue reading »
– Snow arrives early in Northwoods (FOX 11, Oct 4, 2014):
NORTHWOODS – Parts of Wisconsin saw their first flakes of snow for the season Saturday morning as temperatures dipped below freezing.
The accumulating snow was basically confined to the Northwoods where as much as eight-tenths of an inch was detected in Arbor Vitae in Vilas County. Antigo in Langlade County recorded one-tenth of an inch. Continue reading »
– NOAA – 1695 Low Max Records Broken or Tied From Sept 11 to Sept 20. One record broken by 25F (Sunshine Hours, Sep 27, 2014):
Wow. One record was broken by 25F!!!!
1695 Low Max Records Broken or Tied From Sept 11 to Sept 20 according to the NOAA.
A “Low Max” means that the maximum temperatures for the day was the lowest it has ever been. This indicates daytime cooling.
Below is a screenshot showing location and the biggest difference between old record and new record. Continue reading »
– Sao Paulo on ice (Al Jazeera, May 20, 2014):
A rare hailstorm blankets parts of Brazil’s largest city.
A storm has brought marble-sized hail to Sao Paulo. The city, which is the largest in Brazil and will host the opening game the football World Cup on 12 June, was coated in a layer of ice up to 20cm in places. Continue reading »
– Snow closes roads in central Portugal (The Portugal News, May 21, 2014):
While most of Portugal is currently experiencing strong winds and lower than average temperatures, residents in the Serra da Estrela in central Portugal have seen roads shut down due to heavy snow falls.
Access to the peak at Torre were cut on Tuesday evening and remained closed on Wednesday morning, local CDOS rescue services said.
The cooler weather is expected to last until Friday before clearing for a more spring-like weekend across Portugal.
– Second Storm Hitting Northeast Halts Planes, Schools (Bloomberg, Feb 5, 2014):
A second winter storm this week swept into the U.S. Northeast, grounding more than 2,000 planes, closing schools and threatening power lines. A third system is expected in about four days.
Freezing rain was falling in New York as of 5:51 a.m local time and the city may get as much as 2 inches (5 centimeters) of snow and sleet, according to the National Weather Service. Light snow was falling in Boston, with as much as 9 inches forecast for the city today.
– Europe in grips of exceptionally bad weather (PressTV, Feb 1, 2014):
Heavy rain and snow have created chaotic conditions in parts of Europe, namely Italy, France, Serbia, and Romania.
Areas of Italy and France have been placed on flood alert.
Hundreds of people have been forced to evacuate their homes in the Italian city of Pisa. France’s Atlantic coast is also expected to witness flooding. Continue reading »
Last month’s seasonal total was higher than any since 1767 and three times the average level
– January was England’s wettest winter month in almost 250 years (Guardian, Feb 1, 2014):
The deluge that has engulfed southern and central England in recent weeks is the worst winter downpour in almost 250 years, according to figures from the world’s longest-running weather station.
The rainfall measured at the historic Radcliffe Meteorological Station at Oxford University in January was greater than for any winter month since daily recording began there in 1767, and three times the average amount.
– Geoengineeringwatch.org Weather update January 12 2014 (GeoEngineeringWatch):
California had yet another chance of rain completely “sprayed away”. The total precipitation from this storm for parts of Northern California where I live was only a few hundredths of an inch, the weather makers absolutely will not let the rain fall in our state for now. To give prospective to this my location is now some 250 inches short of rain for the last 7 years, that’s over 20 feet of rain. In contrast to the intentionally induced California drought, on Friday Palm Beach Florida got pounded with almost 24 inches of rain. Almost 2 feet of rain in a single day. This is geoengineering, this is literally “weather warfare”.
– Breaking News: Air Raids, Chemical Weapons Hit California (GeoEngineeringWatch, Dec 29, 2013):
The Chemtrails – HAARP Combination And The Killer Drought
– California Governor Declares Statewide Drought Emergency (USA Today, Jan 17, 2014):
This image obtained from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration shows snow and water equivalents in the Sierra Nevada mountain range in California abnormally low for January 2014 compared to the same time in 2013.(Photo: NASA/NOAA, AFP/Getty Images)
Watch the satellite photos down below.
– California drought: Scientists puzzled by persistence of blocking ‘ridge’ (Christian Science Monitor, Jan 21, 2014):
While much of the United States has experienced a weather year with fewer extremes and an easing drought, the record-breaking California drought – the worst since 1895 – is not leaving the region anytime soon, according to climatologists.
The unseasonal balmy but dry weather is the result of an equally unprecedented high pressure ridge lurking offshore and blocking the typical winter storms needed to drop precipitation all along the West Coast.
– On The Coldest Day In America In 20 Years, Here Are Al Gore’s Stupidest Global Warming Quotes (The American Dream, Jan 5, 2014):
America could actually use some global warming right about now. It is being projected that low temperatures across the Midwest could be 30 to 50 degrees below average on Monday morning. On Sunday, fans that attempted to tailgate before the playoff game between the 49ers and the Packers at Lambeau Field in Green Bay, Wisconsin were discovering that their beers were actually turning to ice before they could drink them. That is cold. But things are going to get really chilly when nightfall arrives. In fact, it is being projected that much of the nation will experience wind chill temperatures of more than 40 degrees below zero, and wind chill temperatures of more than 50 degrees below zero are expected in parts of North Dakota and Minnesota. The weather is expected to be so cold that the governor of Minnesota has actually decided to close public schools statewide on Monday. The last time that happened was back in 1997. The reason why the governor of Minnesota did this is because when temperatures get this low they can literally be life threatening. When wind chill temperatures get down to about 50 below zero, if your skin is exposed you can literally develop frostbite in about five minutes. This is being called the coldest day in America in 20 years, and these cold temperatures have many Americans wondering what ever happened to all of that “global warming” that Al Gore and other “climate scientists” have been warning us about for so many years. Continue reading »
– Thursday Snowstorm to Affect More Than 70 Million (The Epoch Times, Jan 1, 2014):
A pair of major snowstorms will join forces to affect about 70 million people in the Midwest and the Northeast, AccuWeather predicted.
Arctic air will push into the Midwest and the Northeast, bringing dangerously low, subzero temperatures in places, the National Weather Service (NWS) predicted.
“Bitter cold will continue over the Northern Plains and Upper Midwest with temperatures running as much as 20 to 30 degrees below normal,” according to NWS.
– Mighty winter storm ‘Hercules’ heads to Northeast (USA Today, Jan 2, 2014):
A major winter storm could complicate the first post-New Year’s Day back to work and school for millions in New England and beyond.
The storm, predicted to affect the USA from the upper Midwest to the East Coast, is expected to bring the heaviest snow across southern New England on Thursday and early Friday.
– Severe and strange weather sweeps nation, threatens holiday travelers (CNN, Dec 22, 2013):
The weekend before Christmas, Mother Nature is gifting — or, rather, clobbering — the United States with a little bit of everything. Ice storms, snow, flooding, thunderstorms, tornadoes and record-setting warmth are all in store, and with this maddening mix comes a massive headache for more than 94 million expected holiday travelers.
Unless you’re on the West Coast, odds are the weather outside is frightful and complex. To make sense of it all, let us take you on a national tour. Continue reading »
– Deadly El Reno, Okla. tornado was widest ever measured on Earth, had nearly 300 mph winds (Washington Post, June 4, 2013):
The tornado that killed 18 people, including 4 storm chasers, west of Oklahoma City Friday was wider than any tornado ever observed or surveyed according to the National Weather Service and leading tornado researcher, Howard Bluestein. The massive El Reno, Okla. twister reached an unthinkable maximum width of 2.6 miles.
“This is the biggest ever,” Bluestein said.
— NWS Norman (@NWSNorman) June 4, 2013
The previous widest tornado record was the F4-rated (on the 0-5 scale) Wilber – Hallam, Nebraska twister that touched down on May 22, 2004. It had a maximum width of 2.5 miles.
The El Reno tornado, originally rated an EF-3 (on the 0-5 Enhanced Fujita scale), was also upgraded to an EF-5, the most intense class of twisters. The upgrade arose not due to the funnel’s width, but because of astonishing wind speed information sensed from several mobile doppler radar units that were in the field, staffed by research meteorologists.
Bluestein, a University of Oklahoma professor, said two of his graduate students clocked wind speeds as high as 296 mph on their mobile doppler unit while observing the storm from the east.
— Angela Fritz (@WunderAngela) June 4, 2013
That 296 mph gust came close to matching the highest wind speed ever measured on Earth. Joshua Wurman, another leading tornado researcher who runs the Center for Severe Weather Research, and his team clocked 301 mph winds in a tornado that struck near Moore, Okla on May 3 1999.
Continue reading »
– Weather radicalization worsening, global food supply at increased risk of regional failures (Natural News, May 3, 2013):
If you live in the USA, you’re probably experiencing some of the effects of a cold weather front and multi-state blizzard that’s sweeping across much of North America. While the weather felt like summer just a few days ago, suddenly much of the upper Midwest is blanketed in snow and reeling from freezing temperatures.
As weather.com reports:
On the final two days of April, Amarillo, Texas saw temperatures rise well into the 90s. A record high temperature of 97 degrees was set on April 30. A little more than 24 hours later on the evening of May 1, temperatures in this Texas Panhandle city plummeted into the 30s before bottoming out at 33 degrees on the morning of May 2. The wind chill at the time was 19 degrees.
A rare and historic May snowstorm continues to pelt Iowa, Minnesota, and Wisconsin with snowfall amounts unprecedented in the historical record for the month of May. Rochester, Minnesota has received 7″ of snow, smashing their all-time May snowstorm record of 2″, set on May 4 – 5, 1944. Over 3″ of snow has fallen in Omaha, Nebraska, breaking their all-time May snowstorm record of 2″ on May 9, 1945. It was the first one-inch-plus May snowfall anywhere in the state of Iowa since 1967.
Topeka, Kansas, Kansas City, Missouri, and Des Moines, Iowa are all expected to get an inch or more of snow on Thursday through Friday. This would be only the second May snowstorm in recorded history for those cities.
But wait a sec, isn’t it May? Isn’t this supposed to be spring?
Weather radicalization is here Continue reading »
– The MAN-MADE blizzard: Nuclear power plant causes freak snow storm in Pittsburgh (Daily mail, Jan 24, 2013):
Pittsburgh was coated in a layer of snow last night – but not from Mother Nature.
A nuclear power plant was responsible for the incredible swath of snowfall from clear skies, as warm, moist air from the power plant combined with the unusually frigid temperatures.
The snow began falling around 5pm last night, and ended around midnight, marking an event that only occurs every few years.