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  • End of the world: Bizarre desert snowfall 'Biblical end of times prophecy' believers claim

    01/19/2021 5:29:18 PM PST · by nickcarraway · 18 replies
    Express (U.K.) ^ | Wed, Jan 20, 2021 | Manon Dark
    BIBLICAL believers have compared snow falling in two different deserts as a sign that the end times are near.On Sunday, snow fell in Saudi Arabia’s Asir Province for the first time in 50 years. Temperatures in the area fell below -2C, according to local weather reports. On the previous Wednesday, it also snowed in the Algerian town of Ain Sefra. The region is commonly known as the Gateway to the Sahara. It was the fourth consecutive winter to have snow fall or ice in the normally dry area. Before the first snow and ice in Ain Sefra, it had been...
  • Record Cold of 2021 Reminds Us: Be Wary of Climate Predictions and Energy Priorities

    01/17/2021 7:37:54 AM PST · by Kaslin · 26 replies
    Townhall.com ^ | January 17, 2020 | Vijay Jayaraj
    Japan reported 13 deaths and hundreds of hospitalizations in the past week due to the intense snowfall in the country. Residents in Spain were in awe over the record snowfall in their streets. Here in India, Delhi experienced one of its harshest winters in recent memory, with intense cold waves.Does this disprove global warming? Certainly not! However, the extreme cold events bring about questions over the media narrative that climate change is causing milder winters and temperatures increasing to dangerous levels.The most worrying aspect is that these extreme cold events are a reminder that we could be in great danger...
  • The polar vortex is coming—and raising the odds for intense winter weather

    01/12/2021 6:11:21 PM PST · by Berlin_Freeper · 51 replies
    nationalgeographic.com ^ | JANUARY 11, 2021 | SARAH GIBBENS
    EVERY YEAR, WEATHER enthusiasts eagerly watch and wait for signs that the polar vortex, a mass of cold air spinning around the Arctic, might meander south, sending cold and snow into the lower latitudes. Their wait might soon be over—and if you’re not a meteorologist, you may be surprised to learn that it’s because of a recent spike in Arctic temperatures. Specifically, temperatures high in the stratosphere above Siberia. In the first week of January, they increased from about minus 92 degrees Fahrenheit to 8 degrees Fahrenheit. While these “sudden stratospheric warming” events happen to some extent every year, this...
  • Scientists discover a 280-million-year-old fossil forest in Antarctica.

    01/07/2021 11:21:24 AM PST · by Rakhi Sarkar · 14 replies
    Archaeology World ^ | JANUARY 4, 2021 | ARCHAEOLOGY WORLD TEAM
    Antarctica wasn’t quite a region of ice for most of the year. It is widely believed that millions of years ago, when the planet earth was already a massive landmass called Gondwana, trees flourished near the South Pole. Now, newfound, intricate fossils of some of these trees are revealing how the plants thrived — and what forests might look like as they march northward in today’s warming world.
  • Antarctic Sea Ice Nov. 22 2020 Third Highest On Record

    11/23/2020 6:17:03 PM PST · by brookwood · 30 replies
    Antarctic Sea Ice on November 22, 2020 was the Third Highest on Record (since 1979).
  • House Speaker Nancy Pelosi signs G7 declaration about ‘existential threat of our time’ (only 10.35 years left)

    09/13/2020 6:58:23 PM PDT · by Libloather · 10 replies
    The Sun ^ | 9/13/20 | Adam Schrader
    HOUSE Speaker Nancy Pelosi, and her counterparts in G7 member states, issued a declaration from its virtual summit to name the climate crisis “the existential threat of our time.” Pelosi joined the leaders of parliament from Canada, the European Union, France, Germany, Italy, Japan and the United Kingdom for the online summit where the legislative leaders discussed both the environment and the coronavirus. **SNIP** "Atmospheric carbon dioxide concentrations in 2020 are among the highest averages ever recorded. The planet suffered through the second hottest year ever in 2019,” the declaration reads. They added: “As the Earth heats up, climate-related impacts,...
  • Norway records coldest summer in nearly 60 years

    08/01/2020 5:24:57 PM PDT · by 11th_VA · 43 replies
    Watchers.news ^ | July 29, 2020
    Residents in Norway have been reeling from the country's coldest summer in nearly 30 to 60 years. Early in July, more than 10 m (32 feet) of snow accumulated in parts of the southern region, which was unprecedented for this time of the year. According to state meteorologists, Oslo has recorded an average temperature of just 14.7 °C (58.5 °F) this month, which was the coldest in nearly 30 years. Meanwhile, Bergen's average has been even colder at 12.8 °C (55 °F). Trondheim hit 12.1 °C (53.8 °F), the coldest for almost 60 years. “ In Oslo, we have to...
  • Sun Goes Into Cooling 'Lockdown' -- Greta Thunberg Hardest Hit

    05/17/2020 7:08:11 AM PDT · by SeekAndFind · 37 replies
    PJ Media ^ | 05/17/2020 | Bryan Preston
    The New York Post reports that the big, flaming ball in the sky is about to go into “lockdown” just like the rest of us. The sun is currently in a period of “solar minimum,” meaning activity on its surface has fallen dramatically.Experts believe we are about to enter the deepest period of sunshine “recession” ever recorded as sunspots have virtually disappeared.Astronomer Dr. Tony Phillips said: “Solar Minimum is underway and it’s a deep one.”“Sunspot counts suggest it is one of the deepest of the past century. The sun’s magnetic field has become weak, allowing extra cosmic rays into the...
  • Mother's Day Weekend Snowstorm Could Bring Bomb Cyclone, Thundersnow to Northeast

    05/08/2020 8:15:16 PM PDT · by nickcarraway · 35 replies
    NBC News ^ | May 8, 2020 | Kathryn Prociv
    Mother Nature wanted to make an impression this Mother's Day weekend, in what could be a once-in-a-generation May snowstorm.Mother Nature wanted to make an impression this Mother's Day weekend, in what could be a once-in-a-generation May snowstorm poised to drop snow across portions of the Northeast and New England. Snow will begin Friday afternoon across the interior Northeast and spread into New England by Friday evening and continue overnight, when snowfall rates could be heavy at times. This will be a heavy, wet snow, so power outages are likely (especially with leaves on the trees, which will make them heavier...
  • Record-Breaking May Snowstorm Headed for Northeast

    05/08/2020 1:11:10 PM PDT · by Morgana · 78 replies
    BREITBART ^ | May 7, 2020 | Katherine Rodriguez
    A potentially record-breaking snowstorm is headed for the Northeast this weekend, and it could bring historic snowfall totals to the inner Northeast and New England. A storm system barreling into the Northeast will clash with winter cold associated with the polar vortex on Friday, bringing the potential for heavy, wet snow across the inner Northeast. At the same time, the rest of the I-95 corridor could see heavy rain. Snowfall totals could range from a dusting to more than a foot in isolated areas of the extreme north of New England. Either way, a snowstorm in May could shatter May...
  • Hidden Viking trade route emerges from melting ice in Norway

    04/17/2020 10:29:42 PM PDT · by CheshireTheCat · 25 replies
    Science Magazine ^ | April 15, 2020 | Andrew Curry
    In 2011, hikers in the snowy mountains of central Norway came across a 1700-year-old wool tunic, likely belonging to a Roman-era hypothermia victim. As ice in the region has continued to melt, researchers have made hundreds of additional finds. Now, archaeologists have made their biggest discovery yet: a lost Viking trade route that may have been used for hundreds of years to ferry everything from butter to reindeer antlers to far-flung European markets.
  • Florida water parks shutting down as freezing temperatures hit state

    01/20/2020 1:06:39 PM PST · by Hojczyk · 60 replies
    Fox News ^ | January 20, 2020 | Michael Hollan
    January is no time for splishing and splashing, even in the Sunshine State. Vacationers looking to escape winter weather by taking a trip to Florida are in for some bad news: cold weather is on the way. In fact, things are about to get so cold that some of the state’s water parks are shutting down. Universal Studios tweeted out that its Volcano Bay water park will be closed Monday through Wednesday due to the unusual wave of cold weather slated to hit. Arctic air is funneling into Florida starting Monday, causing the coldest temperatures of the winter so far,...
  • 'Relieved and Thankful': Woman Missing for Nearly a Week Found Alive in SUV Buried Under Snow

    01/16/2020 5:02:39 PM PST · by nickcarraway · 8 replies
    KSBW ^ | Jan 16, 2020 | Emily Maher
    A 68-year-old California woman who's been missing for almost a week was found alive Wednesday in her SUV that was buried under snow, officials said. Paula Beth James of Oroville, California disappeared Jan. 9, triggering a Silver Alert. The Butte County Sheriff's Office said James has medical conditions that may have disoriented her. “Her tracks were covered in snow,” said Dan Newman, who works for Butte County Search and Rescue. “We knew if we were going to find her and find her alive, we were going to have to do it really quickly.” A sheriff's helicopter was searching near Butte...
  • How Cold Has It Been? Colorado’s Had The Lowest Temperature In The Lower 48 States For Two Days In A Row

    12/31/2019 6:07:42 PM PST · by george76 · 42 replies
    CPR News ^ | December 31, 2019 | Andrew Villegas
    For two days in a row, Antero Reservoir in Park County has had the lowest temperature recorded in the United States at — brrr — 48 degrees below zero. That's not all. On Monday, Crested Butte recorded a temperature of -31 degrees Fahrenheit. Alamosa, Gunnison and Kremmling all recorded lows of -26 degrees. Jim Kalina, a meteorologist with the National Weather Service, said Antero Reservoir — which is about 75 miles west of Colorado Springs — typically gets that cold every year at least a couple times. It sits at nearly 9,000 feet of elevation, after all. The coldest temperature...
  • Colorado Weather: Park County’s Antero Reservoir Hit -48 Degrees

    12/30/2019 9:11:33 AM PST · by george76 · 32 replies
    CBS 4 ^ | December 30, 2019 | Chris Spears
    Bitter cold air settled into Colorado’s high country after a weekend snowstorm hit the state. By Monday morning most locations above 8,000 were at or below zero. ... The National Weather Service in Boulder says the temperature fell to -48°F at Antero Reservoir in Park County. A trooper with the Colorado State Patrol in Alamosa tweeted a picture of his car thermometer reading -28°F. Other low temperatures include… -26°F (6 miles NW of Kremmling)
  • Here's why there are fewer strawberries in stores

    12/26/2019 1:40:27 PM PST · by artichokegrower · 62 replies
    KREM ^ | December 24, 2019 | Nicole Hernandez
    If you're planning on buying strawberries for a holiday dish this season, you may want to have a plan B ready to go. There's currently a strawberry shortage originating from three of the major strawberry growing regions. The shortage is causing many stores to be unable to fully restock their strawberry shelves, because demand is exceeding supply.
  • Anger erupts at U.N. climate summit as major economies resist bold action

    12/14/2019 8:32:51 AM PST · by yoe · 58 replies
    OANN ^ | December 24. 2019 | Matthew Green and Valerie Volcovici
    MADRID (Reuters) – Major economies resisted calls for bolder climate commitments as a U.N. summit in Madrid limped toward a delayed conclusion on Saturday, dimming hopes that nations will act in time to stop rising temperatures devastating people and the natural world.[snip] The annual climate marathon had been due to conclude on Friday, but dragged on with ministers mired in multiple disputes over implementing the Paris deal, which has so far failed to stem the upward march of global carbon emissions.[snip] The Paris process has been weakened by a move by U.S. President Donald Trump to begin withdrawing the world’s...
  • Climate and the Solar Magnetic Field (Upcoming Grand Minimum 2020 - 2050)

    11/10/2019 9:21:20 AM PST · by 11th_VA · 49 replies
    YouTube by GWPF ^ | Nov 8, 2018 | Professor Valentina Zharkova
    Video at the LinkUpcoming Modern Grand Minimum To occur 2020 - 2050 Big Impact on the terrestrial temperature via SI and reduction of Magnetic field Shortage of vegetation periods can lead to possible food shortage in 2028 - 2032 (Conclusions at the 45:00 minute mark)
  • Record-breaking cold hits Utah

    10/31/2019 7:41:11 AM PDT · by EdnaMode · 33 replies
    FOX 13 NEWS ^ | October 29, 2019 | FOX 13 NEWS
    A cold like never before seen in October is hitting Utah on Tuesday and Wednesday as a record-breaking Arctic cold front brings freezing air straight from Canada. Parts of the state had highs only in the 20s, which FOX 13 Chief Meteorologist Kristen Van Dyke said has never happened before on an October day. On Wednesday, temperatures in Salt Lake City are expected to break all-time records. The coldest recorded October temperature in the city was in 1971 with 16-degree low and 35-degree high. Wednesday is expected to see a low of 11 degrees and a high of 31. Strong...
  • 120 years of climate scares

    10/06/2019 5:22:27 PM PDT · by Coleus · 13 replies
    American Thinker ^ | 08.04014 | Thomas Lifson
    Scientists seeking funding and journalists seeking an audience agree: panic sells.“Global cooling is going to kills us all!” “No, wait: global warming is going to kill us all!”All that’s  missing is a back-and-forth of “You shut up!” “No, you shut up!” That is reserved for those who doubt the need for panic.That’s the gist of an amazing chronology of the last 120 years of scare-mongering on climate, assembled by butnowyouknow.net and reprinted by the estimable Anthony Watts in Wattsupwiththat, who updates it to the present. It is truly mind-boggling: 1895 - Geologists Think the World May Be Frozen Up Again – New York Times, February...