The Ice Age Cometh! Forget Global Warming!

Get a nice tan, hahaha 😂
Thanks for making me laugh! And thank you for pasting those transcripts. I had read the first one before. but not the 2nd.
I do grasp the concept, but it's hard to implement day to day. I'll be working on that.

One thing is for sure: I hate the winter, I hate the cold, and I've been wanting to move out of Canada to live in a warm/tropical country, near the Pacific Ocean since at least 2010. Bonus if it's on an off-grid self-sustainable farm, or close to one. Learning about the possibility of SHTF scenario discussed here just anchored my desire even more.

And when I say I wish the C's had given some clues, it's because of this transcript :


One thing is for sure, the "Globalist Control Agenda" is deployed in full force, in all major cities of Quebec province (Montreal and surroundings, Quebec, Sherbrooke). From what I've witnessed during COVID, people here are brainwashed sheep, thus there's almost no resistance (the "resistance" is a very marginal amount of people), and the media easily weaponized people against each other, so that the marginal amount of people are considered retarded dangerous selfish idiots...

The positive side of this: it's safer (less violence).
Another positive aspect of Canada: there is plenty of large wild space to settle far from cities... For someone who don't mind cold and being buried under snow.

I found another bit about impending earth changes for us Northern peoples from the session on June 7, 2014:

Q: (L) So we have our Finnish group here tonight. And we also have a lot of things going on here in the house and elsewhere. So, we don’t have any particular questions, so we’re just going to ask them what their first question is. Go!

(Breton) So, as you know, there’s five of us in the Finnish group. I would be moving from here soon, but the Finnish group has been thinking quite a bit about where they should focus their energy best to serve the aims and the goals of the Fellowship. We’re feeling a little exposed being in a Northern country with all the climate changes. One of the things that we’re doing at the moment is making a web page and trying to translate a few articles in Finnish with the goal to try to attract more interest from people who speak Finnish. Now, the question is, is that a good use of our efforts - to do this web page and translation?

A: Indeed. In your spare time. It is service to others. Giving of the self sends a special signal to the environment, both immediate and cosmic. As to other concerns, do not make precipitate moves. Support is needed in several ways. If you are easily able to come and help with prep, it is good. {letters come faster now} But trust that if you are sending the correct signal that at the right moment you will know what to do.

Q: (L) Alright. Next question? Was that clear? Do you want that expanded on, or do you need to ask supplementary questions?

(Aragorn) The climate thing… Should we expand on that? We could, I think. It’s bothering us.

(Breton) I think what Aragorn is getting at is what I alluded to before: feeling a little bit exposed in this part of the world. But is it something that should be very high on everyone’s agenda to be making plans to leaving this place, or…

A: {letters come very quickly} If everyone is paying close attention to reality, you will receive the warning in time. And if the preparations made by this group proceed apace with support, there will be a place to “land” and time to get there.

Q: (Breton) Yeah, okay.

So giving or serving others sends a special signal to the universe - and could perhaps allow us to attune and receive a lifeline in the troubling times ahead.

There are also indications in other sessions that this giving should be a giving back to the network. If someone is taking from the network without giving in return, this could be a cause of for all kinds of imbalance, leading to physical, emotional, mental issues, etc. Giving back to the network can help clear issues or blockages by balancing the energies.

From May 17, 2014:
Q: (L) Okay. I’m going to start the discussion with what’s on my mind. Actually, there are two things. The first thing is that I noticed that after the last session, a lot of people discussing it in the forum thread volunteered information about what they were doing to help to do this, to do that, and the other thing. We had the impression here that when the information came through that a person must put another on the step behind them, that that meant directly in terms of the Work… That it had to be someone on the ladder, or on the stairway, or on the path so to speak. So, could you clarify that? Is that, in fact, what was meant? That you meant somebody who was really asking and engaged in working on themselves, etc?

A: More than that, it means that total engagement in energy exchange with the network. If a person benefits from the efforts of others and there is no return energy, there will be blocks of all sorts in their lives.

Q: (L) Okay, when you say, “There will be blocks of all sorts in their lives”… Blocks of what kind?

A: The blocks will reflect what it is that they are unable to give. If a person cannot be sincere, they will experience people in their personal lives who are not sincere with them. If a person devalues another’s efforts, they will find their own efforts devalued. If you need to unblock a certain area of your life, make the effort to give what you want or need yourself.

Q: (L) But are you talking particularly about people engaged in the Work, or just anybody in general?

A: Anybody, but double in the work.

So, participating in the energy exchange with the network might help with both (1) receiving some kind of aid from above and (2) clearing up all kinds of blockages. Sounds like a pretty good package deal to me!

May 10, 2014:
A: If you know about something that can act against you, then you have won half the battle assuming that your heart is in the war.

Q: (L) Okay, so the next question is: We have numerous activities that are creative for people to be able to release some of their pent up emotions about all of the things that are happening in the world that make everybody unhappy. They can get on SOTT, they can write commentary, they can work on the forum, they can write things on the forum, they can have exchanges, they can have meetings with other people. There are many things that people could be doing, but it’s like the excuse always comes down to, “Oh, the frequency fence. I can’t do anything because I’m depressed, or I’m this, or I’m that or the other thing.” You’re saying that they’ve won half the battle, but it seems to me that it’s harder than that. There is something else. How to get over that initial resistance?

A: Taking the bull by the horns is always fearful in the imagination, but when you approach the beast, he usually lays down and submits.


Q: (L) That doesn’t answer my question. Okay, what constitutes “approaching the beast”? Since that seems to be where everybody gets stuck…

A: As Yoda said, no try, just do, if only a little. That will break the logjam. Butterfly wings and all that.

Q: (L) Let me give a specific example. We have 108 editors on SOTT. We have 108 people who volunteered to work on SOTT. How many actually do? (Mr. Scott) Not very many. (Chu) 15 or 20? (Mr. Scott) I haven’t checked lately, but probably about 15 or 20. But the people who post the most, it’s usually like 3 or 4 people. (L) And the people who do the most are usually 3 or 4 people. And the same with some of the other languages. We have millions of readers, and this is a platform for people to actually be creative and say things and do things, and get messages across, and begin that creative process. But they can’t do it because - and I know why - because it’s so freaking depressing! I mean, you read the news, and you say, “Oh Geezus! Why don’t I just go out and jump off a cliff because everything is so awful?!” I mean, I understand that…

A: See previous answer and do not underestimate the cumulative effect over time. All of you should just remember where you were five years ago, or ten years. The changes did not happen overnight now did they?

Q: (L) Can anybody think of another question to get me where I want to go here? (shellycheval) As individuals, what’s the single most important thing we should do to Do, and to not try, but to actually take actions? What can we do to motivate ourselves as individuals? Is there something we can say or do…?

A: Service to others. Notice that the people with the most problems that always talk only about themselves and their troubles, are the ones who do and give the least. They do not have confidence in the universal law of LIFE: Get things moving and you create a vacuum in your life into which energy can flow.

Q: (L) So, basically what you’re saying is that people should think of it as a kind of a law that when you…maybe like the old biblical expression: “Cast your bread on the waters, and after many days, it will return to you” sort of thing? Just do it, and keep doing it without anticipation?

A: Absolutely! And it is true and works. Just notice people who do and give a lot: Are they spending time focused on the self? No!

Q: (L) Yeah, but everybody’s got wounds and issues and all that kind of thing to work on. I mean…

A: [letters come very quickly] Balance! A portion of a day can be spent on reflection, but not too much. This is the Wetiko Virus: obsession with the self and subjective personal issues. The next time you feel yourself slipping into despair, just tell others how you are feeling and think of something you can do for another to prevent them from suffering the same feelings. [letters come more slowly now:] Thus you will witness the birth of true empathy.

It's not the usual physical prepping advice for pending catastrophe, but seems to me that this kind of 'Soul prepping' is the bread and butter of getting through the troubled times ahead.
 
I found another bit about impending earth changes for us Northern peoples from the session on June 7, 2014:



So giving or serving others sends a special signal to the universe - and could perhaps allow us to attune and receive a lifeline in the troubling times ahead.

There are also indications in other sessions that this giving should be a giving back to the network. If someone is taking from the network without giving in return, this could be a cause of for all kinds of imbalance, leading to physical, emotional, mental issues, etc. Giving back to the network can help clear issues or blockages by balancing the energies.

From May 17, 2014:


So, participating in the energy exchange with the network might help with both (1) receiving some kind of aid from above and (2) clearing up all kinds of blockages. Sounds like a pretty good package deal to me!

May 10, 2014:


It's not the usual physical prepping advice for pending catastrophe, but seems to me that this kind of 'Soul prepping' is the bread and butter of getting through the troubled times ahead.
Thank you @iamthatis. Very useful reminder. Starting now!
 
I found another bit about impending earth changes for us Northern peoples from the session on June 7, 2014:



So giving or serving others sends a special signal to the universe - and could perhaps allow us to attune and receive a lifeline in the troubling times ahead.

There are also indications in other sessions that this giving should be a giving back to the network. If someone is taking from the network without giving in return, this could be a cause of for all kinds of imbalance, leading to physical, emotional, mental issues, etc. Giving back to the network can help clear issues or blockages by balancing the energies.

From May 17, 2014:


So, participating in the energy exchange with the network might help with both (1) receiving some kind of aid from above and (2) clearing up all kinds of blockages. Sounds like a pretty good package deal to me!

May 10, 2014:


It's not the usual physical prepping advice for pending catastrophe, but seems to me that this kind of 'Soul prepping' is the bread and butter of getting through the troubled times ahead.
Thank you so much for that homework! Perfect timing :) Greatly appreciated
 

LOW TEMPERATURE RECORDS AS DOES THE SNOW​

Northern Hemisphere snow mass​

+ Northern Hemisphere snow mass is enjoying a tremendous start to the season, aided in no small part by Russia.
Some 80% of transcontinental Russia’s 17.1 million km² land mass is currently under a blanket of snow:

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+ Adding to the host that fell over the weekend and Monday, hundreds more low temperature records were busted during the past 24-hours (10:00, Oct 31 – 09:00, Nov 1 UTC).
Daily as well as monthly low temperatures have been broken from Montana to Mississippi, with central states such as Kansas, Oklahoma, Missouri, Arkansas, Kentucky and Tennessee looking to have copped the worst of it.

+ Chicago just endured a top-five coldest Halloween on record. While elsewhere, Dickinson, North Dakota posted a record-setting -2F (-19C); Lawton, Oklahoma broke a record, as did Carbondale, Illinois — to name just three (of the hundreds that fell).

“In terms of a late October/early-November Arctic blast, I’m astounded by the historical scale of the record lows — completely underestimated the intensity of the cold during El Niño,” posted meteorologist Ryan Maue on X.

+ Michigan, for example, posted a myriad of new snowfall records this week, such as in Muskegon, which saw 8.8″ (some reports say 10″); in Flint, which registered 1.1″; in Saginaw with its 0.5″; and also Detroit with 0.2″ — all new records.

Oct 31st 2023! Muskegon Michigan 10inches of snow! Record setting day! pic.twitter.com/oKZR9go6kd
— MICHIGAN Inventors (@MICinventors) November 1, 2023

+ 18 inches clipped the North Dakota town of Lankin. Other double digit totals were noted in Washburn and Harvey (14 inches) as well as Minot and Williston (11 inches). Further east, Leeds reported 8 inches and Larimore and Grafton saw 8.5 inches.
Record low temperatures then swept the snow-covered areas, holding daily highs below freezing for days.

+ Records for both cold and snow have been falling across Canada, particularly in Alberta, Saskatchewan and British Columbia. October 31 brought with it the fifth sub-zero (C) reading of the of the month to Vancouver, which is the second-highest during a month of October since records began was back in 1943. For reference, record is 6 days achieved in 1949.

Southern Hemisphere, snow in summer​

+ Snow in South Africa. A late season polar blast has gripped Southern Africa of late, where temperatures in some areas plunged 20C in 24 hours.
The mountains of Lesotho are freezing and rare snow is falling. Likewise, parts of the Eastern Cape, Free State and KwaZulu-Natal awoke to breathtaking scenes as their gardens matched the snow-tipped peaks of distant mountains.

Snow during summer in South Africa pic.twitter.com/Bw86uLhuw7
— NatureIsAmazing (@OurNatureRocks) October 30, 2023


“It is strange, it is just that it is really not frequent during this time of the year due to the dynamics that usually dominate the weather,” said local meteorologist Lelo Kleinbooi. “It’s spring/summer now.”

+ Snow in South Africa - cold in Botswana
Snow in South Africa & cold and hail in Botswana! In October, the very height of summer.
If we had any sense we'd be scared. https://t.co/iWFIdJYFLm
— Dr Nella Mugoni (@nellamugoni) October 30, 2023

+ ANTARCTICA RARE NOVEMBER COLD (-60.4C)
Antarctica is cooling, the data are clear.
October was anomalously-cold month across Antarctica, with averages ranging from -1C to -1.9C below the multidecadal norm.

Continuing the trend, all of the Antarctic Plateau held well-below average during the month of October.
At the South Pole Station, last month averaged at -52.8C (-63F), which is -1.9C below the multidecadal norm.
October 2023 reading’s for Vostok are in, too. The monthly average there gave a reading of -57.7C (-71.2F), which is a full -1C below the multi-year reference which made for the coldest October since 2010’s -58.1C (-72.6F).
The freeze has now spilled into November, too.
On Nov 1, the French–Italian research facility Concordia posted a low of -60.4C (-76.7F), which isn’t far off the station’s record monthly minimum of -62.2C (-79.9F), set on Nov 2, 2006
Antarctica is cooling, the data are clear.


 
Time For A Generator? New Warning Says Half Of US At Risk Of Grid Down This Winter | ZeroHedge
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https://www.nerc.com/pa/RAPA/ra/Reliability Assessments DL/NERC_WRA_2023.pdf

The 2023-24 Winter Reliability Assessment (WRA) report by the North American Electric Reliability Corp. warns of a heightened risk of "insufficient energy supply" during extreme cold spells. This concern extends over large swaths of the US and Canadian power grid, affecting approximately 180 million people. Those living in the highlighted regions should consider securing backup power generation sources.

Power grid operators from Texas to New England are "at risk of insufficient electricity supplies during peak winter conditions," the report said.

The report continued that the reliable operation of the Bulk Power System (BPS) and the availability of fuel for natural gas-fired generators are at risk during severe, widespread cold snaps. It said that recent winter incidents have shown that over 20% of generating capacity can be knocked off online by freezing temperatures in areas of North America that are not accustomed to such cold. When power supplies are limited, BPS operators may experience a sharp rise in demand due to the increased use of electric heating systems in colder temperatures.
According to Bloomberg, this year's WRA is "even more dire than last year's report, which said a quarter of Americans were at risk of cold-weather power emergencies. It includes for the first time some of the most densely populated areas on the East Coast, a region that relies heavily on natural gas as it transitions to renewable energy. Gas generators there widely failed during a brief but fierce winter storm last December because they broke down or couldn't get fuel."

Earlier this year, PJM Interconnection, the power grid operator in 13 states that stretch from Illinois to New Jersey with over 65 million customers, published a study that found an alarming trend of state and federal decarbonization policies across the grid that "present increasing reliability risks during the transition, due to a potential timing mismatch between resource retirements, load growth and the pace of new generation entry." America's rising grid vulnerabilities come as the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration recently released a new forecast that shows El Nino conditions this winter could produce wetter-than-average conditions across Mid-Alantic states.
The shift towards 'green energy,' with the phasing out of fossil fuel generation in favor of unreliable solar and wind power, contributes to the risks of a grid-down event in freezing weather. It also comes as power demand surges while more Americans than ever are charging their EVs.

But the Biden administration was supposed to bolster the nation's power grid with billions of dollars in green spending... If that was the case, there wouldn't be these warnings.

For those living in states now susceptible to elevated risks of grid-down events due to cold weather, consider a home generator. Additionally, securing a Starlink for backup internet could make life easier.

It looks like the potential for a really rough winter here in the States is a high probability. Hope everyone is making proper preparations and adjustments, just in case.
 
Jusqu'en octobre, l'étendue de la couverture neigeuse dans l'hémisphère nord est restée conforme à la moyenne des 57 dernières années. Mais au milieu du mois dernier, une période manifestement humide et froide a commencé, accompagnée de chutes de neige abondantes. Fin octobre, l'étendue des surfaces enneigées avait atteint une valeur rarement atteinte auparavant. C'est ce que montrent les données du Global Snow Lab de l'Université Rutgers
On parle d’une superficie d’environ 32 millions de kilomètres carrés au lieu des 23 millions de kilomètres carrés habituels. À propos : fin octobre, le minimum depuis 1967 était légèrement inférieur à 15 millions de kilomètres carrés. Mais une plus grande couverture de neige signifie également que le sol s’est déjà suffisamment refroidi pour que la neige tienne. Cela signifie également qu’une plus grande quantité de rayonnement solaire est réfléchie, ce qui est associé à des températures plus froides...
En général, selon une étude précédente , il existe certainement une certaine corrélation entre les températures de surface et l'étendue du manteau neigeux. Mais cela signifie également qu'il faut s'attendre à un hiver globalement plus froid en Europe, d'autant plus que l'étendue de la neige atteint déjà des niveaux records, ce qui aura également un impact correspondant sur les températures.
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Until October, snow cover extent in the Northern Hemisphere remained consistent with the 57-year average. But in the middle of last month, a noticeably wet and cold period began, accompanied by heavy snowfall. At the end of October, the extent of snow-covered areas had reached a value rarely achieved before. That's what data from Rutgers University's Global Snow Lab showsWe are talking about an area of around 32 million square kilometers instead of the usual 23 million square kilometers. By the way: at the end of October, the minimum since 1967 was just under 15 million square kilometers. But more snow cover also means the ground has already cooled enough for the snow to hold. This also means that more solar radiation is reflected, which is associated with colder temperatures...In general, according to a previous study, there is certainly some correlation between surface temperatures and snowpack extent. But this also means that we should expect an overall colder winter in Europe, especially as snow extent is already reaching record levels, which will also have a corresponding impact on temperatures.
 

Alaska's largest city declares 'snow emergency' after record snowfall - 65 inches in less than 24 hours at Thompson Pass

East of Anchorage, Richardson Highway over Thompson Pass (MP 19-63) was closed due to heavy snowfall and wind from the storm.
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East of Anchorage, Richardson Highway over Thompson Pass (MP 19-63) was closed due to heavy snowfall and wind from the storm.

A winter storm dropped record snowfall amounts in Anchorage, Alaska, with some areas outside of Anchorage proper receiving more than 2 feet of snowfall in just two days.

The largest city in Alaska broke its daily snowfall record on Wednesday when 9 inches of snow fell in 24 hours. For context, the previous record for Nov. 8 was 7.3 inches set in 1982. Another 8.2 inches piled up on Thursday, which also broke the daily record of 7.1 inches set on Nov. 9, 1956. That brought Anchorage's two-day total to 17.2 inches of snow.


By late Thursday, Anchorage had a 21-inch snow depth, or the total amount of snow on the ground. This was Anchorage's greatest snow depth for so early in the season, according to Alaska-based climatologist Brian Brettschneider. Already, 26.6 inches of snow has fallen in Anchorage this season, which is 17.5 inches above the average snowfall to date for Nov. 9.
The image above shows the amount of snowfall to the east of Anchorage along Richardson Highway over Thompson Pass on Wednesday. FOX Weather Winter Weather Expert Tom Niziol said 65 inches of snow fell in less than 24 hours at Thompson Pass during this winter storm. This 65-inch report was less than 10 miles from where Alaska's 24-hour snowfall record of 78 inches was set on Feb. 9, 1963, according to NOAA's National Centers for Environmental Information.

Snow totals from Matanuska-Susitna Valley, which lies northwest of Anchorage proper, ranged from 9.5 inches near Wasilla to 15.5 inches near Butte, the National Weather Service in Anchorage said on X. The community of Eagle River saw over 18 inches of snow, while more than 25 inches of snow was measured just south of the Anchorage suburb.

Anchorage resident Stephen Richardson recorded video of the snowfall between 4 a.m. and 5 a.m. local time on Thursday. He said he received about 18 inches of snow, which is being plowed by a tractor in Richardson's footage.

On Thursday, Anchorage Mayor Dave Bronson declared a snow emergency.

"Snow accumulation was greater than what was forecasted, and due to the heavy snow, several fallen trees have been reported," said the mayor's office. "Street maintenance operations has responded to 40 downed trees in the last 15 hours."

Such heavy snowfall across Anchorage led to power outages, along with school and road closures, according to the Anchorage Daily News.
 
Strong snowstorms in southern Poland. Almost half a metre of snow in the Tatras [PHOTOS].
The last 24 hours have brought a major weather breakdown in the south of Poland. Heavy snowfalls lasting many hours occurred in the mountains. It also turned white in Zakopane and the surrounding area. In the Tatra Mountains, almost half a metre of snow is already lying in places, and very difficult road conditions prevailed in Podhale due to the precipitation.

Snowstorm in Podhale. "Tragic" road conditions​

The current cooling is so great that the foothills of the mountains are also white. The snow was particularly hard on the residents of the Tatra district. In the morning in the center of Zakopane there was 1 cm of white powder, but in Poronin it was 3 cm and in Bukowina Tatrzańska 7 cm. Due to the fact that it was snowing at a temperature close to 0 degrees Celsius, the roads and sidewalks became very slippery.

Source
 

Unusual amount of sea ice in the Fram Strait​


Vilde Ottersen Jagland, vildeoj@met.no and Kristin Rosnes Holte, kristinh@met.no 21.11.2023

- The situation we are observing in the Fram Strait is unusual, and must be monitored carefully, says William Copeland, researcher from the ice service at the Meteorological Institute.

The Forward Strait is the stretch of sea between Greenland and Svalbard. It is the world's northernmost sea area with ice conditions throughout the year. The strait connects the Arctic Ocean with the rest of the world's oceans.

From March this year to the end of June, the amount of sea ice has been much higher than normal in the Fram Strait. It then stabilised, before increasing markedly in late September and early October, according to analyzes from the Meteorological Institute.
William J. Copeland, Researcher at the Ice Service, Meteorological Institute. Photo: MET
- The increase in sea ice is mainly due to the fact that the weather over Greenland has been stable and cold with steady northerly winds over the Fram Strait. This has provided favorable conditions for the formation of new ice. In addition, sea ice north of Canada has been broken up and transported there after a summer with prolonged high temperatures, well above average, says Copeland.


Variations are normal​


He explains that the sea ice normally increases in extent at this time of year. It is common for large variations from year to year, but what the ice service is observing now is unusual.

It is difficult to predict how the sea ice in the Framstrad will develop during the winter season.

- It only takes a week of easterly winds to take us back to normal or below normal sea ice extent.
The sea chart shows with white arrows the movement of ice into the Framstrait which corresponds to the dominant wind direction in recent months.

Thinner ice takes over​


In the Arctic, we have three main types of sea ice: Multi-year, second-year and first-year ice. Multi-year ice is more stable and compact than second- and first-year ice, explains Penelope Wagner, also a researcher at the ice service:

- Multi-year ice has survived at least two melting seasons. It is usually thicker and more resistant to melting than first-year ice and helps maintain the Arctic's climate regulation and animal habitat. Multi-year ice also reflects more sunlight (albedo) than first-year sea ice, and has an important influence on climate change in the Arctic.

Better monitoring prevents ship incidents​


The Arctic is warming faster than anywhere else in the world. It is well documented that increasingly higher temperatures in the Arctic have led to a decline in Arctic perennial ice.

North of Canada, the situation is serious because the thin, drifting first-year ice is about to take over.
Penelope Wagner, researcher at the ice service, Meteorological Institute. Photo: MET
- We see that the stability of the multi-year and second-year ice is changing, especially north of the Canadian part of the Arctic. The first-year ice becomes more dominant and replaces the other ice types, says Wagner.

She explains that the ice service's monitoring area is used by many different users, from recreational vessels to ice-breaking vessels.

- In addition, the communities on Svalbard and Greenland need accurate ice information to make decisions about safety.

Increased ship traffic in the Arctic​


Wagner says that the mixing of large multi-year ice floes in larger areas of first-year ice poses a greater risk to ships that may not be equipped to travel through sea ice, depending on the vessel's polar class and the experience of the navigator.

- Ice in this area can develop quickly, move quickly with wind and waves and can easily form ridges that pose challenges for ships, she says.

An example of this was in autumn 2021 when many cargo ships were caught in the ice on the northern sea route

- Ship traffic has increased in the Arctic. It is then important that we strengthen and improve how we monitor in these areas, so that we can provide reliable sea ice reports and prevent incidents, concludes William Copeland.


The graph from the ice service shows the sea ice in the area around Framstredet, with maximum and minimum from 1967 to the present day
The graph from the ice service shows the sea ice in the area around Framstredet, with maximum and minimum from 1967 to the present day


The ice service​


The ice service is part of the Weather Forecasting Division at the Meteorological Institute. The main responsibility is to monitor the Atlantic part of Artkis. You can read more about the ice service at Cryo.met.no
 
This morning in my place (Romania) winter came early - 26 Nov (I can't remember when was snowing in November); with added bonus of power grid being down.
At least the meteo prognosis was informing the people about this 2-3 days in advance.
 

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🥶 It is freezing over a large part of France this Sunday morning. We note -7°C in Aurillac, -6°C in Rodez, -5°C in Guéret, -4°C in Albi & Angers, -3°C in Dijon & Le Mans, -2°C in Toulouse and - 1°C in La Rochelle.

Thorens is on the northern border of France and Italy.

At the end of the night, the temperature dropped to -16°C in Val Thorens. This is not exceptional for this station (the highest in Europe), but it does not happen every year in November. It is the coldest in an inhabited place in France today. @skaping


A beautiful white coat has covered the Vosges—images of the snow in La Bresse at 635 meters this Sunday. ( © Mickael Vaillant)

Tourmalet Pic du Midi
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Sleeping with the stars at 2,877m altitude at Pic du Midi #picdumidi #pyrenees #Etoiles #occitanie
7:40 PM · Nov 25, 2023

Meanwhile, in Spain, Wax on
 
Ils vous mentent aussi sur le CO2. Les données recueillies depuis 1900 montrent clairement que l'effet de serre est principalement dû à la vapeur d'eau et à la formation de nuages. Le dioxyde de carbone ne joue en réalité aucun rôle. Une nouvelle étude confirme les études publiées précédemment.
Mais il est très difficile de taxer la vapeur d'eau et les nuages....
La dernière étude : https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/02626667.2023.2287047
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They also lie to you about CO2. Data collected since 1900 clearly show that the greenhouse effect is mainly due to water vapor and cloud formation. Carbon dioxide actually plays no role. A new study confirms previously published studies.But it is very difficult to tax water vapor and clouds....The latest study:
 
Projections for this current location (below) as records of past early winter starts are crushed.

Heavy rains will fall over the next 48 hours from the southwest to the eastern borders. Accumulations could reach 100 to 200 mm in #Alpes with a rain/snow limit going up to 2000 to 2500 meters! (via@wxcharts)
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Les corrompus globalistes, adorateurs des milliards de la taxe carbone, avaient déjà annoncé il y a plusieurs mois que l'année 2023 serait la plus chaude depuis quelques années. En oubliant au passage les millénaires avant celle-ci. Mais une année a 12 mois et force est de constater que depuis mi-octobre alors que le début d'année a été catastrophique aussi, les températures sont bien en deçà des normales saisonnières....
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The corrupt globalists, worshipers of carbon tax billions, had already announced several months ago that the year 2023 would be the hottest in several years. Forgetting in passing the millennia before this one. But a year has 12 months and it is clear that since mid-October, while the start of the year was also catastrophic, temperatures have been well below seasonal norms....
 
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