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The Living Force
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The Solar Cycle Explained - Stanford Scientist Explains The Sun's Magnetic Reversal
Magnetic Reversal News •Jan 23, 2021 /
Solar physicist Phil Scherrer, also at Stanford, describes what happens: “The sun's polar magnetic fields weaken, go to zero, and then emerge again with the opposite polarity. This is a regular part of the solar cycle.” A reversal of the sun's magnetic field is, literally, a big event. The only thing he left out was the fact that each cycle is different and they are related by a Grand Solar Minimum and Maximum pattern...

Collapse of the atmosphere SOTT:
Cool breeze #fontromeu#pyreneesorientales Thomas clauzel

Possible impacts of a future grand solar minimum on climate: Stratospheric and global circulation changes
First published: 28 April 2015

Modern Grand Solar Minimum will lead to terrestrial cooling
Pages 217-222 | Published online: 04 Aug 2020

Kanto Koshin "Urgent announcement for heavy snow" Be wary of car stuck ・ There is a risk of heavy snowfall in the plains of the Kanto region as well as Nagano and Yamanashi prefectures over 24 days. ・ The Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism and the Japan Meteorological Agency made an "urgent announcement" to refrain from going out unnecessarily and strongly urge them to wear winter tires and chains when driving a car.

Interesting as a possible new draft horse for much colder freezing air from the pole is a depression that will come into the picture next weekend. As yesterday, the northern high pressure could build up further after that. However, the setting is still “fragile #EC#latermeer


The Living Force
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Tuesday – Thursday Storm: Jan 25, 2021 8:08 am
We will likely see a break Monday night through the day on Tuesday. We could see partly sunny skies in the morning and increasing clouds through the afternoon. Highs in the 20s at the base and teens up top.

A strong storm will be taking a position off the West Coast Tuesday night into Wednesday and will direct a stream of heavy precipitation into the Sierra. That will bring moderate-heavy snow Tuesday night into Wednesday. Snow levels look to stay below the base along with strong winds up top gusting to 90+ mph. We could see 1-2 feet of new snow on the mountain by Wednesday evening.

The question is then what happens with the atmospheric river aimed at the Sierra. The latest model runs suggest the moisture plume shifts to the south of Tahoe Wednesday with lighter snow, and then they shift it back north with heavy snow again for Wednesday night into Thursday. Then light-moderate snow Thursday night, with snow showers possibly lingering to Friday morning before the system moves east.

If we see the AR shift back north as the latest models suggest, we could see another 2-3 feet of new snow. So we will have to watch the trend on the models closely to see what happens with the position of the heavy precip streaming into the Sierra. By Friday morning we could see totals of 2-3 feet at the base, and 3-5 feet on the mountain. If the AR stays south Thursday we will see the lower end of the forecast.

This is how Naco Sonora is right now. Heavy snowfall throughout the region. Via: @VictorMendozaL .
MX. Jan 26, 2021

•Premieres Jan 26, 2021 Magnetic Reversal News


The Living Force
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An update on the situation in California as of Jan 28th just in case anyone has missed it.

8 FEET of snow now dumped on Mammoth Mountain - likely heading to at least 10 feet deep judging from the below report (with up to another 2 feet forecast to fall).

Thursday afternoon, a 50+ mile stretch of Interstate 80 had to be closed because of the treacherous driving conditions that existed.

The California Department of Transportation shared information that they were helping folks get turned around and back to safety, after witnessing multiple slide-offs, accidents, and having to retrieve stuck vehicles.

The status of roads is ever-changing. We encourage you to check the latest road conditions in California here:

California Department of Transportation | Caltrans

Snowfall was nearing 100″ as the sun was setting Thursday over Mammoth Mountain in California. Not far behind that was June Mountain, at 72″ or 6 FEET! Other noteworthy storm reports were in the four to five foot range in Northstar, Kirkwood, Alpine Meadows and Dodge Ridge.

The heavy snow will continue through at least midnight Friday morning. After midnight and through daybreak Friday, the heaviest snow should start to taper and give way to gradual clearing from northwest to southeast.

From Thursday afternoon through Saturday morning, another 12-24″ of snowfall is forecast for California's Sierra Nevada Mountains while 4-8″ will spread across much of the rest of the West.

Also heavy snowfall currently in th Alps -

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Castus in the snow in Arizona (26.01.2021):


Snow also fell in Las Vegas (26.01). Children are happy!


Light pillars are also visible, this time in Canada.(28.01)




Winter storm in the USA: four people killed, New York paralyzed by snowfalls:

The winter storm hit the northeast and east of the United States, where heavy snowfalls began. In New York, communications on surface sections of subway lines were stopped, public transport and commuter trains were stopped. Museums, zoos, tunnels, bridges were closed, schoolchildren were transferred to a distance learning format. There are problems with road traffic. Broadway shows, concerts and sporting events were also canceled, and vaccinations were closed.

The city authorities announced an emergency situation.

In the central park of the city, 63.7 cm of snow fell - this snowfall became the third largest rainfall in the entire history of the city.


In the city of Newton in New Jersey, the height of the snow cover has exceeded 80 cm. In New Jersey, an emergency regime has also been introduced.

Snowfalls have caused hundreds of flights to be canceled at New York and New Jersey airports.

A similar situation is observed in Washington, where President Joe Biden was forced to postpone his speech on US foreign policy. Due to the bad weather, there were fears that officials would not be able to arrive at the White House at the specified time.

According to media reports, the storm killed 4 people in Pennsylvania and Maryland.


Jedi Master
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Yes, the Ice Age has definitively begun:

During the past two months, Earth has cooled, rapidly.


The global lower atmosphere of our planet –the area that sustains all life– is colder TODAY than it was during much of the 2010s, the 2000s, large portions of the 1990s, as well as late-1987–and cooling!

Climate alarmists, pray tell how this is possible……and while you’re at it, explain how Total Snow Mass for the Northern Hemisphere is comfortably exceeding the 1982-2012 average (as it has been for the past few years), and now building exponentially:


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