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  • Fierce Cold Sweeps Antarctica, Drives The Continent -4.4C Below 1979-2000 Average; Persistent Chills Reduce Central Washington Cherry Harvest; + Slumberous Sun

    06/28/2022 8:01:57 AM PDT · by george76 · 39 replies
    Electroverse ^ | JUNE 27, 2022 | CAP ALLON
    FIERCE COLD SWEEPS ANTARCTICA, DRIVES THE CONTINENT 4.4C BELOW 1979-2000 AVERAGE.. Not that the MSM cares, but Antarctica has suffered a fiercely cold last 18-or-so months — cold that is refusing to abate. According to the official data, yet contrary to the mainstream’s ‘heat induced catastrophe’ narrative, between April and September 2021, the South Pole’s temperature averaged a penguin-hugging -61.1C (-78F). Simply put, this was the locale’s coldest six month spell ever recorded, one that comfortably usurped the South Pole’s previous coldest ‘coreless winter‘ on record, the -60.6C (-77F) from 1976 (solar minimum of weak cycle 20). ... Also worth...
  • Later snowpack melt means more water this summer

    06/13/2022 9:23:08 AM PDT · by fireman15 · 35 replies
    Cascadia Daily News ^ | June 11,2022 | JULIA LERNER
    Western Washington’s cold and wet spring continues, as record amounts of rain and low temperatures contribute to high snowpack in north Puget Sound. On June 7, snowpack levels reached 157% of normal in the Nooksack River basin, according to data available from the United States Department of Agriculture’s (USDA) Natural Resources Conservation Service. “We definitely are holding the snow up there,” said Scott Pattee, a water supply specialist at the USDA’s office in Mount Vernon. “It’s just the cold temperatures and the cool, wet weather we’ve seen this spring.” Across the region, snowpack levels remain high late in the season,...
  • Doctors see increase in prolonged cold, flu symptoms

    04/04/2022 10:46:58 PM PDT · by BenLurkin · 25 replies
    WOOD ^ | Meghan Bunchman
    “Distinguishing COVID from flu can be difficult because the symptoms overlap so much,” explained Dr. Brooke Bozick, an NIH expert on respiratory diseases. Spectrum Health reports it is seeing patients who are fighting the cold and flu for up to a week. “We rely on getting [exposure to the flu and cold] every so often, so it gives a little boost to our immune system,” Sullivan said. “That way when we do get them, the symptoms are limited to three or four days until you start to feel better.” There is no cure for the common cold. Typical treatments include...
  • Millions of Americans will be forced into an involuntary polar plunge this week

    02/21/2022 8:12:24 AM PST · by Diana in Wisconsin · 52 replies
    Channel 3000 News/CNN ^ | February 20, 2022 | Allison Chinchar
    After a mild end to the weekend for many states, Old Man Winter will make a comeback as we start off the new workweek. “Temperatures will be 10 to 20 degrees below average over the northern tier states by Monday morning,” the Weather Prediction Center said Saturday. And that’s just the beginning. The thermometer will slip to 30 to 40 degrees below normal by Tuesday and Wednesday, as a strong high pressure system begins to spread Arctic air farther south and east. Some people voluntarily choose to do a polar plunge, as seen here. This week, many will experience plunging...
  • Italian woman found dead seated at table in mummified state

    02/09/2022 7:47:51 AM PST · by BenLurkin · 39 replies
    The Guardian ^ | Tue 8 Feb 2022 09.32 EST
    Italian police have discovered the mummified remains of a 70-year-old woman sitting at a table more than two years after she died, prompting calls for better care for older people in the country. Marinella Beretta, who had no living relatives, was found in her house in Prestino near Lake Como in northern Italy. Police stumbled upon her remains when they made a house call during high winds in Lombardy, which risked uprooting neglected trees in her garden. She had not been seen by neighbours for at least two and a half years, according to Italian media reports. Her neighbours, who...
  • GOP Rep. McCaul: We Are in a New Cold War with Russia

    01/16/2022 7:30:50 AM PST · by ChicagoConservative27 · 60 replies
    Breitbart ^ | 01/16/2022 | Pam Key
    Representative Michael McCaul (R-TX) said Sunday on CNN’s “State of the Union” that the United States was in a “new cold war” with Russia. Discussing Russia gathering troops on its border with Ukraine, McCaul said, “I’m seeing tough rhetoric but not a lot of action. I talked to Deputy Secretary Wendy Sherman prior to her negotiations that. You know, you have to put things on the table, like sanctions. You have to talk about more arms sales, weapon sales to Ukraine, and this Nord Stream.”
  • LeBron Sparks Controversy After Posting Meme Comparing Covid, Common Cold, and Flu

    12/24/2021 5:36:13 PM PST · by ChicagoConservative27 · 34 replies
    Breitbart ^ | 12/24/2021 | Dylan Gwinn
    LeBron James found himself in unfamiliar territory on Christmas Eve: He found himself on the receiving end of criticism from the woke mob. The NBA superstar and outspoken social justice advocate posted a meme on Instagram which compared the coronavirus to the common old and the flu.
  • Biden goes out to eat maskless in DC despite cold, with Kennedy Center event on Sunday

    12/04/2021 6:41:23 AM PST · by ChicagoConservative27 · 33 replies
    Fox news ^ | 12/04/2021 | Kelly Laco
    Despite battling a cold, President Biden has packed his schedule this weekend with a maskless dinner out on the town and plans to attend a Kennedy Center event. During a Friday speech on the disappointing jobs report, Biden spoke in a hoarse voice and coughed multiple times during the event.
  • Biden, sounding hoarse, says he has cold

    12/03/2021 8:54:09 AM PST · by ChicagoConservative27 · 41 replies
    The Hill ^ | 12/03/2021 | ALEX GANGITANO
    President Biden on Friday said he has a cold after sounding hoarse and coughing during remarks on the November jobs report at the White House. The president, in a raspy voice, said he has taken a test and that he doesn’t have COVID-19. Instead, he has a cold, which he said was given to him by his grandson.
  • German power prices soar as arctic blast to bring 'significant snow' Demand surges as people turn up thermostats

    11/26/2021 6:38:30 AM PST · by rktman · 26 replies
    wnd.com ^ | 11/25/2021 1905 hrs et | Tyler Durdin
    Europe's first cold spell of the heating season has arrived, pressuring power prices higher as freezing temperatures ushers in increased power demand to heat building structures across the central-west region. German day-ahead power prices jumped to the second-highest level ever, 273.89 euros per megawatt-hour. Day-ahead power prices are also higher in France and Netherlands. The Deutscher Wetterdienst (DWD), the German Meteorological Service, released a weather note on Tuesday warning of frigid and snowy weather.
  • U.S. Winter Outlook: Drier, warmer South, wetter North with return of La Nina [NOAA: others in first comment]

    11/22/2021 7:52:42 AM PST · by daniel1212 · 45 replies
    NOAA ^ | October 21, 2021 | US Gov.
    Warmer-than-average conditions are most likely across the Southern tier of the U.S. and much of the Eastern U.S. with the greatest likelihood of above-average temperatures in the Southeast. Below-average temperatures are favored for southeast Alaska and the Pacific Northwest eastward to the northern Plains. The Upper Mississippi Valley and small areas of the Great Lakes have equal chances for below-, near- or above-average temperatures. ..wetter-than-average conditions are most likely in parts of the North, primarily in the Pacific Northwest, northern Rockies, Great Lakes, Ohio Valley and western Alaska. Drier-than-average conditions are favored in south-central Alaska, southern California, the Southwest, and...
  • People Don't Want to be Freezing Cold: That is not surprising to anyone but, perhaps, the U.S. president and all his Ilk

    11/10/2021 9:12:29 AM PST · by SeekAndFind · 15 replies
    American Thinker ^ | 11/10/2021 | Shoshana Bryen
    The climate summit was expensive, energy-burning theater. One hundred eighteen private jets flew into the airport, President Joe Biden's motorcade had 24 vehicles, including SUVs and vans, and Greta Thunberg was angry. Demonstrators denounced Israel, which recycles and reuses 90 percent of its wastewater while ignoring the Palestinian pastime of burning tires containing multiple carcinogens.Sustainability, less, new technologies, clean technologies, and more less (yes, more less) were the watchwords. Use less, do with less. The President should have touted America's successes in reducing emissions: From 2005 to 2018, total U.S. energy-related CO2 emissions fell 12% while global energy-related emissions increased...
  • 172 Runners Started This Ultramarathon. 21 of Them Never Came Back.

    10/18/2021 12:00:29 PM PDT · by Tolerance Sucks Rocks · 51 replies
    Runner's World ^ | October 15, 2021 | WUFEI YU AND WILL FORD
    Yan Daixiang squinted through dense, freezing fog as she struggled to make out her surroundings. Runners were scattered everywhere—off the trail, in ravines, on the other side of the mountain—dotting the hillside in brightly colored athletic gear. It was hard to tell loose clothing and people apart. People trudged in every direction, struggling against freezing wind and rain. Others huddled around bushes or boulders. Some runners passed Yan, heading back down the mountain. They’d tried to reach the race’s third checkpoint at mile 17, but failed. They were retreating now, back to the second checkpoint, to drop out. “It’s way...
  • Was January 6 Part Of FBI’s Operation Cold Snap?

    10/17/2021 4:17:59 PM PDT · by ransomnote · 20 replies
    GreatGameIndia ^ | October 17, 2021 | Julie Kelly, GreatGameIndia
    The tony, bucolic town of Dublin, Ohio would be one of the last places in America expected to host a convention of white supremacist militiamen. Nestled along the Scioto River, the Columbus suburb’s biggest claim to fame is hosting the PGA’s annual Memorial Golf tournament every summer.But in June 2020, days after the nation was roiled by Black Lives Matter looting and rioting, a man from Wisconsin named Stephen Robeson sponsored a “National Militia Conference” at a Dublin hotel. (Yes, that was the real name of the event.) According to BuzzFeed’s exceptional July 2021 investigative report on the FBI-led plot...
  • Energy Crisis May Unleash Winter Blackouts Across US, Insider Warns

    10/07/2021 7:12:46 PM PDT · by blam · 77 replies
    Zubu Brothers ^ | 10-7-2021
    The energy crisis that is rippling through Asia and Europe could unleash electricity shortages and blackouts in the U.S., according to Bloomberg. Ernie Thrasher, CEO of Xcoal Energy & Resources LLC., told energy research firm IHS Markit that U.S. utilities quickly turn to more coal because of soaring natural gas prices. “We’ve actually had discussions with power utilities who are concerned that they simply will have to implement blackouts this winter,” Thrasher warned. He said, “They don’t see where the fuel is coming from to meet demand,” adding that 23% of utilities are switching away from gas this fall/winter to...
  • South Pole posts most severe cold season on record, an anomaly in a warming world (It's obviously global warmings fault)

    10/02/2021 7:09:53 AM PDT · by jerod · 45 replies
    The Washington Post via the Seattle Times ^ | By Jason Samenow and Kasha Pate
    Amid a record hot summer in large parts of Northern Hemisphere, beset by devastating fires, floods and hurricanes, Antarctica was mired in a deep, deep freeze. That’s typically the case during the southernmost continent’s winter months, but 2021 was different. The chill was exceptional, even for the coldest location on the planet. The average temperature at the Amundsen-Scott South Pole Station between April and September, a frigid minus-78 degrees (minus-61 Celsius), was the coldest on record, dating back to 1957. This was 4.5 degrees lower than the most recent 30-year average. ...Scientists stressed the record cold over the South Pole...
  • Depleted Gas Stocks Force Europe To Use More Coal

    06/20/2021 6:42:29 AM PDT · by george76 · 21 replies
    Oilprice ^ | Jun 15, 2021 | Tsvetana Paraskova
    With power demand recovering from the pandemic, European utilities are using more coal as natural gas inventories are unusually low for this time of the year due to a cold snap in late winter and early spring. This year, despite the record-high carbon price in Europe, the use of coal for power generation has jumped by up to 15 percent, ... Gas storage is so low now that Europe cannot afford to run extra power generation with the fuel ... Natural gas stockpiles are some 25 percent below the five-year average, and with such a right gas market, utilities run...
  • Experts Warn Mask Freedom Could Increase Common Cold and Flu

    06/15/2021 7:25:45 AM PDT · by ChicagoConservative27 · 66 replies
    breitbart ^ | 06/15/2021 | Wendell Husebo
    Specialist infectious disease doctors warned Tuesday freedom from masks could increase common cold and flu resurgence. “I imagine it’s going to start expanding to all of the other states as well, as the mask mandates are lifted and as people start socializing more and spending more time together,” infectious disease specialist Dr. Helen Chu told the Boston Globe regarding respiratory syncytial virus (RSV), a cold-like respiratory illness.
  • England is on for its Coldest May since Record-Keeping Began back in 1659 (during the Maunder Minimum)

    05/10/2021 4:15:47 PM PDT · by george76 · 59 replies
    Electroverse ^ | MAY 7, 2021
    Following its coldest APRIL since 1922, England is now on for its coldest MAY since record-keeping began some 362 years ago–since the Maunder Minimum (1645-1715)! Back in 1659, England was still processing the death of Oliver Cromwell, who, after the execution of King Charles I, had ruled the Commonwealth of England for 5 years. The year 1659 is also the start date of the Central England Temperature (CET) dataset, which has proved an invaluable resource for meteorologists and climate scientists alike. Astonishingly, what the dataset reveals in 2021, in this time of supposed “catastrophic global heating,” is that England is...
  • Severe Arctic Cold Headed for Continental U.S. – And Record-Breaking Snowfall

    05/07/2021 5:26:18 PM PDT · by House Atreides · 105 replies
    www.iceagenow.info ^ | May 7, 2021 | Robert
    ‘What’s on course to hit the U.S. starting this weekend looks BIG,” says electroverse.net. “It looks unprecedented.” According to the latest GFS models (above) from May 6 through May 8, periodic pockets of out-of-season cold will bring temperature departures crashing down to some 8C to 16C below the seasonal average. But it’s on Sunday, May 9 that the real problems are forecast to begin…. … From Montana to Virginia, temperatures are scheduled to plunge as much as 20C below the seasonal norm. Then, from May 10 to May 12 (image below), a rare mid-spring freeze sinks south to engulf Texas,...