“Unusually Cold” Weather To Blast Eastern U.S. Next Week…
A blast of Arctic air is set to invade the eastern United States next week, offering an early taste of winter for many, with snow possible for some.
Freezing lows and killer frosts are forecast to extend all the way south to Birmingham, Alabama, with temperatures in the 30s reaching the Gulf of Mexico. Also, flakes are expected to fly across the Great Lakes, Midwest and New England.
The early-season polar cold looks set to descend Monday, lasting about a week. But even thereafter, anomalous chills could stick around during the run-up to Halloween.
A minor cold front is hitting parts of the north/northeast now, which, although weak, is still managing to fell a host of cold records, including in Bismark and Parkesburg. This smaller front is paving the way for the more potent blast of cold air to follow.
This second, more robust front will take shape in south central Canada near the international border late Sunday, and by Monday night, temperatures will hold 20F below average in Chicago and across the majority of the Midwest and Great Lakes.
The entire Upper Midwest is expected to dip into the 20s on Monday night, with themometers across the remainder of the Midwest and Great Lakes crashing through the 30s. Kansas City will even dip below freezing, with both Indianapolis and Columbus set to hover around 32F.
The lows will intensify and spread through Wednesday, with readings in the 20s and 30s extending from the Midwest to the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic — such frosts and freezes will end the growing season for these locales.
The chill will continue surging south and east through Tuesday, soon reaching the Gulf and Atlantic coastlines.
Temps in the upper-30s could even make it to the Florida Panhandle.
Lake-effect snow could develop, thanks to the comparatively mild waters of the Great Lakes. An inch or more on the eastern shores of lakes Michigan and Erie is likely. There’s also a chance that a few additional flurries make it to Ohio or western Pennsylvania by Tuesday morning, with “upslope” snows also possible on the western side of the Alleghenies in West Virginia.
Some models are hinting at additional lake-effect snow later in the week, too; with late-October currently on course to deliver the season’s first sizable accumulations to Colorado, New Mexico and Northern Texas:
Across the West, however, next week will bring a rather different story.
Here, a northward bulge in the jet stream will be the dominant feature, causing heat to swell. Hot, dry weather is expected in the Pacific Northwest, with temperatures routinely holding above seasonal norms.
Isaac Newton’s third law states, “for every action, there’s an opposite and equal reaction.”
In a sense, that will be the case in the atmosphere next week. The Arctic outbreak in the East will be countered by a late-season heat dome in the West — i.e., the jet stream is dipping south in the eastern United States, but is riding north in the western half:
And to the shills working within the MSM: the West’s incoming heat won’t be due to ‘Anthropogenic Global Warming’, just as the East’s cold won’t be. Rather, this setup is driven by a weak and wavy meridional jet stream flow, a natural phenomenon that we see to be exaggerated during times of low solar activity, such as the historically low output we’re receiving now.
Eyeing further ahead, that snow forecast for Colorado, New Mexico and Northern Texas later in the month will be accompanied by a more all-encompassing blast of cold, which, according to the latest GFS run, will drive-out the majority of the West’s warmth:
…Winter Predictions Call For “A Cold One”
For the third year in a row, a La Niña winter is on the cards for the Northern Hemisphere — driven by colder-than-average sea surface temperatures in the central and eastern Pacific.
According to The Old Farmer’s Almanac, this winter will be a frigid one, to say the least: “The eastern half of the U.S. should brace for potentially record-breaking cold to define the season,” reads their forecast. And in addition to the fierce Arctic chills, snowfall across the U.S. is expected to be above average, with North Carolina and New England copping some of the largest anomalies.
The west, although colder-than-average, will see dry conditions prevail, according to AccuWeather, who note that the winter rain and snow track has shifted north, leaving parts of California, Nevada and much of the southwest looking dry.
It’s shaping up to be cold one.
A Word On Europe
According to the warm-mongers at the Copernicus Climate Change Service, which updated its seasonal outlook Thursday, temperatures across Europe will likely be significantly above normal during the peak heating season (Dec through Feb).
Europeans, similar to American’s living on the East Coast, are more likely to experience mild temperatures than a deep freeze this winter, so says the service — a forecast aimed at easing potential heating-fuel concerns as the continent’s energy crisis rolls on.
The service provides its outlook using data from a host of resources, including the UK Met Office and Météo-France — in other words, it can almost certainly be written off as warm-mongering hogwash, or, in this year’s case, blind hopium.
These ‘official’ forecasts for a warmer-than-average winter season will now do the mainstream rounds, and whatever conspires in reality almost won’t matter: “The Science” proclaimed it would be cold, and ‘thy will be done’.
It stands that mainstream forecasts have a horrendous track record, though. Just take NOAA and Feb, 2021. The government agency called for a warmer-than-average month, but in reality, and when circumnavigating NOAA’s lies and obfuscations, the U.S. actually suffered its coldest February since 1989 last year, and its 19th coldest in record books dating back to 1895.
Tom Harris: “There Is No Climate Crisis”
Former climate alarmists, now realist, Tom Harris has called the entire climate movement a scam.
Harris is a former mechanical engineer and is the current executive director of the International Climate Science Coalition.
During a recent interview with Fox News, Harris stated that “there is no climate crisis” and that there is “no consistent correlation between carbon dioxide and Earth’s temperature … at times CO2 was 1300% of today and we were stuck in very cold conditions.”
Harris adds –contrary to the ‘settled science’ narrative– that there are in fact “thousands of scientists (and references) which talk about the fact that there is no foundation to the climate scare, that it is all based on models that don’t work.”
He also labels climate research “a very immature science,” adding that “we don’t even know if it’s going to be warm or cool in the future.” In fact, Harris is open to the possibility of cooling. “Various people who study the Sun, for example Dr Patterson, show that we’re headed into a Grand Solar Minimum around 2060, and that we’ll see gradual cooling over the next few decades.”
Tom Harris advocates preparing for any eventuality, namely by hardening our infrastructure via fossil fuel usage, including coal, and pleas with the establishment “not to turn off our solid, reliable energy source for flimsy wind and solar power.”
For the full 4-minute interview, click below:
The COLD TIMES are returning, the mid-latitudes are REFREEZING in line with historically low solar activity, cloud-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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