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Antarctica’s Latest -60C (-76F) Reading Ever Recorded; NOAA: ‘Cold Pool’ Returns In Bering Sea; + Sun

Antarctica’s Latest -60C (-76F) Reading Ever Recorded

After logging its coldest ‘coreless winter’ (April-Sept) on record in 2021, and routinely suffering colder-than-average months ever since, Antarctica is at it yet again.

Defying AGW Party orders, the mercury across Antarctica has been holding astonishingly low in recent years, and 2022 is proving no different.

“For the second day, Concordia measured a new cold record,” writes Stefano Di Battista on Twitter, a journalist who regularly follows the goings-on at the ‘bottom of the world’: “This fact is extraordinary.”

On Nov 10, the Italian-French station Concordia, located 3,200 meters (10,500 feet) above sea level in the middle of Dome C, on the East Antarctic Ice Sheet, touched -59.7C (-75.5F). This comfortably usurped the previous record for the day (the -57C (-70.6F) set just last year), and also, more impressively, it turns out that Antarctica has never before been this cold so late into the season.

Moreover, just as day later the station sank even colder, reaching a minimum of -60.2C (-76.4F) on Nov 11. This was the latest sub -60C registered in Antarctica since at least 1978, when records began–but likely far longer, states Battista in a thread:

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NOAA: ‘Cold Pool’ Returns In Bering Sea

Traversing north, to the Arctic region — anomalous chills have been transpiring here, too.

The Bering Sea’s cold pool, a critical part of the seafloor ecosystem, had shrunk in recent years. This, predictably, sent those jittery, coffee-spitting climate alarmists-types into full-blown panic mode.

However, with some patience and a little trust in Earth’s naturally waxing-and-waning climate system, the pool is now returning to multidecadal norms, as shown by NOAA’s bottom trawl survey which gathers temperature readings via a trawl net dropped to the bottom 6 to 10 feet of the water column.

Panic over.

Duane Stevenson, senior lead for the Bering Sea bottom trawl survey for NOAA Fisheries, presented the results in a Strait Science presentation in early November: “This year, we had a relatively cold pool of water in the northern Bering Sea and actually extending south of St. Matthew Island onto the central part of the Bering Sea shelf,” he said.

“This is interesting, because over the past several years, we haven’t really seen much of a cold pool, certainly not extending down into the eastern Bering Sea survey area. This year, we definitely saw more of a cold pool than we have in recent years.”

These colder-than-average conditions manifested above the surface, too. The coldest July airmass of the past 70 years bloew through the Bering Strait this summer, bringing rare –and at times unprecedented– summer snow to the Diomede islands, Ear Mountain near Shishmaref and the mountains near Dexter and Banner Creek, too.

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When seasonal sea ice melts, very cold water sinks, creating a persistently frigid layer at the seafloor that tends to stay under 2C (35.6F) throughout the majority of the summer. It is believed that this cold pool acts as a barrier that keeps some species from crossing into the eastern Bering Sea shelf and northward toward the Bering Strait.

But declining sea ice in and around the Bering Sea was said to be disrupting this phenomenon.

“2019 was the year that we saw the smallest cold pool of any year that we’ve done these surveys,” added Stevenson. “However, we saw a little bit more cold water in 2021, and even more so in 2022 … it looks like temperatures are moving back to the long-term mean.”

As a result, Stevenson reported that species showed encouraging signs that they might be increasing in numbers in the northern Bering Sea. Saffron cod, for example, also called tomcod, seems to be bouncing back after a few bad years. Their biomass was estimated to be 27,738 metric tons this year—a whopping 178% increase estimated last summer.

The researchers saw a similar pattern with Arctic cod, too: “It looks like the colder water is allowing them to come back into the Northern Bering Sea,” said Stevenson. The biomass of Arctic cod was estimated to be 387 metric tons, up 367% from 2021.

Similarly with blue king crabs, the researchers only recorded about 50 individuals last year, but collected about 150 this year.

The numbers are moving in the right direction, Stevenson concluded.


A fast-moving stream of solar wind is expected to hit Earth’s magnetic field on Nov 19 or 20.

It is flowing from an emerging hole in the sun’s atmosphere:

High-latitude sky watchers should be alert for auroras at the end of this week, but other than that solar activity remains relatively low:

Sunspot AR3141 has a ‘beta-gamma’ magnetic field that harbors energy for M-class solar flares [SDO/HMI].

The COLD TIMES are returning, the mid-latitudes are REFREEZING in line with historically low solar activitycloud-nucleating Cosmic Rays, and a meridional jet stream flow (among many other forcings, including the impending release of the Beaufort Gyre).

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8 Thoughts to “Antarctica’s Latest -60C (-76F) Reading Ever Recorded; NOAA: ‘Cold Pool’ Returns In Bering Sea; + Sun”

  1. Dallas Schneider

    Cap, thank you again for a great article!!!

    Electroverse.co is the first site in the morning I go to after taking my morning temp readings here locally!

    Seems today the world is really cooling off. Port Jervis NY is dropping into freezing every night out to the 25th per Accuweather with a 18 F low Sat. Washington DC is only a few days behind.

    With the Hunga Tonga eruption being blacklisted by the media and the extreme cooling predicted to peak in January I expect all current models to be wrong to the warm side for this winter and the next two at least. Then remember the planetary alignment peak in Nov 2024 takes 8 years to diminish, for the planets to go back to a normal spread!


  2. Marie

    I noticed a change already in northern Il. Back in July 2022. I noticed the Canadian Geese were starting to migrate south. They usually fly September not July.
    If the white hats shut HAARP down. Then the weather is going to right itself! I follow patterns, am no genius. I just watch animals! Thank you
    For reading. MS

    1. io

      Canada geese, not Canadian!

    2. Electroverse Secular Only Mingle - no peckerheads, globohomos, DS/BS or Church Lady Logos Trolls Allowed

      … a pretty lame attempt MS/jopeckerhead using a church lady type name to push some man-made AGW climate change dis-info during the GSM
      If the white hats shut HAARP down. Then the weather is going to right itself! I follow patterns, am no genius. I just watch animals!… some pretty sweet girly-glurge there… but thanks for playing though.

  3. AW's Altered Boy Plato

    The pink pill makes you sleepy, the orange pill makes you smart. – 13 November 2022
    “Psychiatric Drugs for the Healthy, Not Detrimental,
    Shades of Aldous Huxley, Sound Coincidental?
    ‘Chip and Drug Society,’ Experts Moaned,
    ‘Change the Laws, Let’s All Get Stoned,’
    Uppers for Work, Downers for Sleep,
    Forget Your Pill? — Brain Chip Will Beep,
    Don’t Overdo It, You’ll Become a Cropper,
    With Bloodshot Eyes, Saliva Slobber,
    ‘We’re Trained Intellectuals,’ Advocates Cried,
    Give Them Downers, They’re Insane Certified”
    © Alan Watt, December 18, 2008
    Alan sometimes said that at this stage of a very ancient war, the battle is now for the mind of each individual. He laid out the history, clearly, concisely and repetitively. Earlier in this piece I asked why all these excavations into the structures of control built so long ago matter. Why does it matter? Because without some sort of historical support and context we fall victim to “scientifically” designed cons. Alan gets the last word from his book Cutting Through volume one, because the Big Picture is what we cannot lose sight of.
    “The fact is, there have been many “ages” and humanity as we know it has been around for millions of years. [and through many ice ages] That is why the sciences, including language have been use, not to free humanity but to enslave it. The art of illusion is complete comprehension of how the human mind digests incoming information via the five senses and, by deliberate interference, bring the subject to the desired conclusion. When the subject thinks he has come to “his” conclusion, then all repetition of similar incoming information is automatically put into storage, by-passing all scrutiny. Faulty conclusions are then passed from parent to child and from generation to generation. This technique of IMPRISONING the MIND was well understood from antiquity…”
    © Not Sure [AW and Melissa were sure a long time ago, and now here we are, in the future]

    THX 1138 (Original Cut) 1971
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  5. Steven J. Blue

    After reading your statement about the ‘solar wind’ from the ‘hole’ in the Sun’s surface, I went to the https://sdo.gsfc.nasa.gov/ and examined every image of the Earth – facing side of our Sun and it looks more to me the the ‘hole’ in the corona of our Sun – faces towards the Sun’s South West, not toward Earth. To me, this means any ‘Solar Wind’ that hits Earth will remain ‘weak,’ as it did not exit our Sun facing DIRECTLY toward Earth,
    Not being an ‘expert’ about the sdo.gfsc.gov/ images, I have No idea what will happen and I don’t think we have anything to worry about, except maybe from other humans who like to experiment with HAARP and the NETRAD sites scattered all across America, which NETRAD has been accused by some on the internet of causing very destructive tornadoes and hurricanes.
    But I doubt such man-made causes. Especially since everything that happens here is “part of the script,” which ‘script’ has nothing to do with us humans, I think.
    Steven Blue

  6. Baba Looey

    “This fact is extraordinary.”… yes, indubitably extraordinary, Herr Quixdraw.

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