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Record Cold Caribbean; Colder-Than-Average Novembers For Brazil And Paraguay; State Of Victoria Just Set Its Coldest Summer Temp Ever; UK Freeze Breaks Records; + Ferocious Arctic Blast On Course To Slam U.S.

Record Cold Caribbean

It’s been holding cold across much of The Caribbean of late.

Guadeloupe, for example, has experienced a had a very cool beginning to December. From the 1st to the 10th, the island’s international Airport Le Raizet has registered its coldest start to any month in at least 30 years.

Meanwhile in Martinique on Sunday, the low of 12.1C (53.8F) logged at Morne-Rouge/Champflore is now the lowest temperature ever recorded on the island, besting the 12.6C (54.7F) set during the January of 1975 (solar minimum of cycle 20).


Colder-Than-Average Novembers For Brazil And Paraguay

Turning to South America, November in both Brazil and Paraguay finished colder-than-average.

For Brazil, it was particularly chilly across the eastern half of the country; while in Paraguay, it anomalously-cold across the country, with temperature minimums ranging from 1C and 2C below the multidecadal norm.


State Of Victoria Just Set Its Coldest Summer Temp Ever

Australia has been at it again.

Following the nation’s colder-than-average winter, spring and now start to summer (which included Australia’s lowest summer temp ever recorded), another nine December cold benchmarks have been busted this morning (Dec 14).

The most impressive was the -5.4C (22.3F) set at Mt. Hotham, a reading which felled the State of Victoria’s lowest December (and summer) temperature ever recorded, the -5.2C (22.6F) from Dec 20, 1978 (solar minimum of cycle 20).

Gabo Island is also worth a mention.

It reached 6.1C (43F) this morning, which bests an even-longer standing record than Hotham.


The AGW Party is keen to blame Australia’s persistent and historic cold on a rare third-consecutive La Niña. Fair enough. But what they fail to mention is that their global warming hypothesis decreed El Niño to be the dominant ENSO pattern moving forward.

La Niñas, on the other hand, are tied to planetary cooling.

This real-world observation shocked the climate modelers, who themselves admit they are now scrambling for answers:


UK Freeze Breaks Records

It’s been holding exceptionally cold across the UK over the past 10-or-so days.

The mercury plunged to -15.7C (3.7F) in Braemar, Scotland on the morning of Dec 12; one of the lowest mid-December temperatures ever recorded in books dating back to the 1800s.

The same location sank even lower the following morning, registering an astonishing -17.3C (0.9F) — a reading the AGW Party genuinely claimed would be an impossibility by now.

The days didn’t warm up much, either. Braemar struggled to just -9.3C (15.3F) on Monday; the UK’s lowest maximum since the historically-cold readings (again in books dating back to the 1800s) suffered during the December of 2010.


The country’s rare December snow is also proving disruptive.


While across Europe, the mercury has been plunging there, too, draining gas reserves far-quicker than hoped.

Switzerland, for example, suffered -27C (-16.6F) this week, in Ofen Pass, Graubünden.


Both Europe’s balmy summer heat and now ferocious December freeze can be FULLY explained by a low solar activity-induced meridional jet stream flow — no world-reshaping, CO2-driven ‘climate scam’ required.

For more:


Ferocious Arctic Blast On Course To Slam U.S.

It’s been incredibly cold and snowy across the pond, too, in North America.

And eyeing the latest GFS run (shown below), another truly frigid blast of polar air is on the way, due to invade the West initially, but with Central and Eastern provinces/states on course to cop the worst of it over the weekend and throughout next week:

GFS 2m Temperature Anomalies (C) Dec 17 – Dec 25 [tropicaltidbits.com].


The freeze is forecast to deliver temperatures some -30C below the seasonal norm.

It will also be accompanied by heavy, likely record-breaking snow:

GFS Total Snowfall (inches) Dec 14 – Dec 30 [tropicaltidbits.com].
GFS Total Snowfall (inches) Dec 14 – Dec 30 [tropicaltidbits.com].


This isn’t hyperbole, North Americans; if the forecast holds true, this will prove a disruptive, life-threatening cold event, and one arriving smack-bang in the middle of the holidays, too.

Prepare.

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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14 Thoughts to “Record Cold Caribbean; Colder-Than-Average Novembers For Brazil And Paraguay; State Of Victoria Just Set Its Coldest Summer Temp Ever; UK Freeze Breaks Records; + Ferocious Arctic Blast On Course To Slam U.S.”

  1. Dallas Schneider

    I made copies of a couple Christmas predictions from Accuweather today!
    For instance, Port Jervis NY, 24 F HIGH on the 24th, easy enough to remember!
    I took screenshots of the Daily prediction for the location.
    The reason I did this is last weekend P.J. had a 10 F degree low!
    Now I have been reviewing the forecast and did NOT remember this forecast
    in their predictions a few days earlier. I believed AW missed the boat on the forecast but I had no proof. So I now have a record of the forecast to see what
    actually happens! DS

    1. Deb

      Hasta la Vista, baby!

  2. Juha

    Brace for impact, planned blackouts and power outages have started
    In UK Island of Shetland, Darlington. Bangladesh: Half of the country.
    Please watch this video.. you will understand the big picture even this is in swedish.

    https://youtu.be/bV2tafW_fSo

    All of these power outages which are coming are planned.. Prepare accordingly.

    1. HotScot

      Shetland was apparently caused by snapped power lines.

  3. Well I wanted my MUD to freeze…ya know the mud they say is a drought…but that is redunculis!!!
    Well I got wood, food and Woman so i am fine…oh got Wine to!!!

  4. Dallas Schneider

    Good Video!!! DS

  5. Peter

    They’re being rounded up and they’re just about complete. From June there will be televised military trials and tribunals for these psychopaths.
    Theres been a lot of work behind the scenes..

    The traitors will finally be dealt with once and for all.
    https://www.bitchute.com/video/X8hkKCErpTBz/

  6. Peter

    Heres a little more on the freedom movement in Australia in connection with the above video.

    Theyre shittin themselves and scattering like cockroaches.

  7. Rosco

    Coldest Scotland temperature since 2010

    Funny that

    http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/uk_news/8447023.stm

    1. Matt Dalby

      The weather models keep chopping and changing for Scotland. Temperatures are going to go back to average or even slightly above for a couple of days next week before dropping again. Just how cold it gets is where the models keep changing, but some of the latest runs suggest that during the week between Christmas and new year one or two places could see lows of at least minus 20C, although as Cap likes to point out this is in the unreliable time frame for the models.

  8. Nick

    How are those windmills and solar farms doing in that UK arctic freeze eh? Without the amazing phenomenon of fossil fuels and nuclear the lights and heating go out. Time for a bit of gratitude to the energy industry methinks. The laws of physics and nature always win.

  9. Anthony

    Even with the city effect, sunny Manchester has hit -8,5C / 16F which is back down to 1970s temps for Northern England….

    I have a feeling, that people who are not used to such a temperature, may end up with burst pipes.

  10. TheMronz

    – 12°C in our Somerset frost hollow very early this morning.

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