The Ice Age Cometh! Forget Global Warming!

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La Mongie start of hostilities this evening 50cm expected tonight @hugo2po

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Heavy snowfall in #Uttarakhand , India.In recent hours, snowfall has increased in the region and temperatures are very low, forcing access roads to several communities to be closed.

Polar Heat


Several regions of Guatemala, especially in the western zone, experienced the lowest minimum temperatures in the last four years for the month of December. Vehicles skid on the Interamerican highway, despite the fact that the police removed the ice.

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The sharp drop in temperatures, which have even reached values below 0°C in the western regions of the country, has caused Guatemalans to experience a colder period during this season.
What is the explanation behind this sudden change that marked the cold sensation?
The answer lies in a series of meteorological factors and a high pressure system that, combined, have triggered this climatic phenomenon.
Everything starts at the North Pole, explains Jorge Chinchilla, forecaster of the National Institute of Seismology, Volcanology, Meteorology and Hydrology (Insivumeh). A mass of cold air that detached from its icy environment begins to be transported by a high pressure system to regions further south, following a downward trajectory that first crosses other countries such as the United States and Mexico until it reaches Guatemala.
Chinchilla explains that both this cold air mass and the characteristics of the high pressure system combined, are fundamental to understand the reasons why the cold sensation has persisted in these days. Specifically, the expert highlights the high speed of wind gusts and the absence of humidity. He added that these systems are characterized because the air they transport descends from higher altitudes towards the earth's surface.
This high pressure system caused the air to descend, reduced humidity and also dispersed the clouds, resulting in a dry and cold environment. But it also introduced the polar air mass into the atmosphere, creating conditions conducive to the formation of meteorological frosts due to sub-zero temperatures.

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Fresh blanket of snow forecast in half a dozen states
Published Dec 23, 2023 6:17 AM HST | Updated Dec 23, 2023 10:29 AM HST Video
A blossoming storm in the central U.S. is set to deliver some wintry weather in the coming days. For some, the snow will fall just in time for Christmas. But, AccuWeather forecasters warn that some locations may instead have the snow disrupting holiday travel in the final week of December.

The same storm that produced heavy, flooding rain across Southern California in recent days will collide with some cold, Canadian air, to bring a fresh helping of snow to the central U.S. this weekend into early next week.

"This storm will come just in time to bring a White Christmas for some in the Rockies and Plains," AccuWeather Senior Meteorologist Tyler Roys said of the storm's timing.


While snow lovers may enjoy the picturesque landscapes come Christmas morning, the timing of the snow is not ideal for travel across the region through Christmas Day.

Snow first began in Utah, Idaho, and western Wyoming on Saturday morning, with snow showers expected to fill in across the region through the weekend. The steadier snow across Nebraska and the Dakotas is set to begin early Sunday morning and continue through Sunday night.

In total, widespread snow amounts of 1-3 inches are expected from western New Mexico and the higher terrain of central Utah to North Dakota and northwestern Minnesota through the weekend. However, snow totals of over 1 foot are possible in the mountains of Colorado.

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Snow amounts in the Denver area could vary greatly depending on the location. Northeast of the city may only see 1-2 inches, while southwest of downtown could see 6 or more inches. As such, among the airports in the region that can be impacted by the storm, Denver International will be the most susceptible to flight delays and cancellations.

"Travel along portions of Interstate 70, as well as Interstate 25 through the Palmer Divide, could be difficult for a time this weekend," Roys warned for motorists hitting the road the weekend before Christmas.

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On Christmas Day, snow will be winding down in the Rockies. However, the storm is set to strengthen in the Midwest, bringing another swath of snow from Monday into Tuesday.

"While the snow in this zone will come too late for it to be a White Christmas technically, it could certainly add to the wintry feel through midweek for any holiday activities," Roys explained.

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Once again, the storm will produce widespread snow amounts of 1-3 inches, this time from northern Kansas to central Minnesota. The steadiest and heaviest snow is likely just to the west of the Interstate 29 corridor in Nebraska and South Dakota, where the AccuWeather Local StormMax™ of 18 inches is most likely.

Gusty winds, especially as the storm strengthens Christmas Day and Christmas night, may also contribute to difficult travel. In this zone, several inches of snow could fall in just a few hours; combined with the gusting winds, there could be reduced visibility and whiteout conditions. A quick burst of snow could also make roadways slippery.

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In the final days of December and 2023, the Rockies may see another swipe of snow, but most of the Plains look dry and chilly going into New Year's weekend.

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Are you dreaming of a #Noël white this year? Contrary to popular belief, #neige during these holidays is not as common as one might think. For example, in Strasbourg, there have only been 12 white Christmases since 1936, the last dating back to 2010.

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A man looks on a greenhouse that was destroyed by a snowstorm in Gunsan, North Jeolla Province, Friday.

As winter tightens its grip across the globe, South Korea has found itself in the throes of its most intense cold wave of the season. On December 22, 2023, the nation was plunged into a deep freeze, with temperatures plummeting to perilous lows and snow blanketing the landscape in a scene as disruptive as it was picturesque. The Korea Meteorological Administration (KMA) recorded some of the season's harshest conditions, with mercury levels dropping below minus 20 degrees Celsius in areas of Gangwon Province and the nation's capital, Seoul, witnessing a chilling minus 14.7 degrees Celsius.

In an extraordinary turn of events, the frigid weather forced Jeju International Airport to suspend runway operations for over seven hours, leaving thousands of travelers in limbo as 286 flights were canceled. The heavy snowfall, which reached more than 30 centimeters on Jeju Island and up to 60 centimeters in western coastal regions, created an almost standstill condition, affecting daily life and mobility significantly.

The toll of the cold snap was not limited to air travel alone. Over 200 incidents of frozen and broken water meters, collapsed livestock sheds and greenhouses, and disruptions to passenger ship operations and national park access were reported. On the ground, the snow and ice precipitated a slew of traffic accidents, stranded vehicles, and injuries due to falls, casting a long shadow over public safety and transportation.

At the start of next week, a hit of #froid is expected on #France . Temperatures will be on average 7°C below seasonal norms. Such cold weather has not occurred for almost 6 years (27 and 28/02/2018) which accentuates the remarkable nature of the episode #hivernal to come

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Twin Blizzards For the Midwest | AccuWeather
Jan 4, 2024
In today's "Chaos to Clarity" Bernie goes into the long-range -- yes there's this weekend's snowstorm for the Northeast -- but starting next week, two full-out blizzards are coming for the Midwest. Batten down the hatches! Those wondering where winter is, in the Midwest, it's coming and after it's over you're going to be saying "no more."

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Extreme cold wave hits northern Europe,❄️ -43,6 °C enregistrés en Suède❄️

In Sweden and Finland, water pipes froze in several municipalities.

Sweden on Wednesday recorded its lowest January temperature in 25 years at -43.6°C in the far north, a cold snap that is also affecting neighboring Finland and Norway.
Mattias Lind of Sweden's national weather agency SMHI confirmed to AFP that it was the lowest January temperature "To put things in perspective, this is the lowest January Temperature Sweden has experienced since 1999."
Measured at the Kvikkjokk-Årrenjarka station in northern Sweden, "This is the lowest temperature recorded at this precise location since measurements began" at the site in 1888, he adds.
At several other northern stations, such as in Lapland, temperatures below -40°C were recorded.
The extreme weather completely disrupted traffic and the lives of local residents. Snow blocked traffic, water pipes froze and hundreds of homes were without power for six hours. Although the region is used to very low temperatures, the exceptional cold snap forced bus companies and the local railway to suspend operations for several days. In Stockholm, 10 to 20 cm of snow were expected on Wednesday, according to SMHI.
The thermometer in several other resorts in northern Sweden, such as Lapland, showed temperatures below -40°C on Wednesday. "I ordered a takeaway yesterday, and after a thirty-minute walk, the Coke had frozen," joked an Internet user called Linda on the SVT television group's website.

Although the region is accustomed to very low temperatures, the recent cold snap has forced local bus companies to suspend operations, and local railway company "Vy" announced on Tuesday that it had cancelled all trains running north of the city of Umeå for several days.
In Helsinki, where temperatures hover around -15°C, people remained unperturbed by the even colder weather forecast by the meteorological services over the next few days. "I really like it. It's a question of mindset, I suppose," enthused Katja, a young woman from the capital. "It's a question of clothes," she added, slipping on a thick black winter jacket with the hood pulled down over her head.

A cold snap is also expected in Norway at the end of the week. In the capital Oslo, temperatures could fall to -27°C this weekend, according to the Norwegian Meteorological Institute. Heavy snowfall has also caused chaos in the south of the country, where schools have closed and flights have been cancelled.


Enchanting frozen waterfalls amaze visitors in China’s Shandong province during record low temperatures​

A true winter wonderland, made of snow and ice, has been shaped by the stunning frozen waterfalls in Qingzhou, China's Shandong province.

The country has been facing a major cold spell with record low temperatures, that also helped nature create beautiful landscapes.

Les agriculteurs allemands n'en peuvent plus des mensonges des écolos-bobos au pouvoir et de l'élite mondialiste qui veut tuer leur bétail pour réduire le CO2.
"La Terre brûle" a déclaré le président de l'ONU !
Oui tu parles, en 1 an la calotte de glace du Pôle Nord a augmenté de 1.380.464 km² !
Stop Mensonges et Manipulations !
German farmers are fed up with the lies of the eco-bobos in power and the globalist elite who want to kill their livestock to reduce CO2.
"The Earth is burning" declared the President of the UN!
Yes you bet, in 1 year the North Pole ice cap has increased by 1,380,464 km²!
Stop Lying and Manipulating!
Réchauffement climatique encore et encore !
️Les prévisionnistes ont mis en garde les Moscovites contre des gelées de 25 degrés pour le Nouvel An
Aujourd'hui, dans la nuit du Nouvel An, la température dans la capitale descendra jusqu'à -26 °C, dans la région -29 °C. Dimanche, de fortes gelées persisteront à Moscou et dans la région. La matinée sera glaciale et l'après-midi se réchauffera légèrement - jusqu'à moins 19, du brouillard et du vent sont attendus
Global warming again and again! ❗️Les forecasters have warned Muscovites of 25 degree frosts on New Year's Eve
Today, on New Year's Eve, the temperature in the capital will fall to -26°C, and in the region to -29°C. On Sunday, heavy frosts will persist in Moscow and the surrounding region. The morning will be freezing and the afternoon will be slightly warmer - down to minus 19, with fog and wind expected.
En 2018 les médias nous racontaient que la couche de glace la plus solide de l'Arctique se brisait pour la première fois, et que c'était très inquiétant !
En 2024 ils oublient de vous dire (pourquoi ?) que la banquise arctique atteint son niveau le plus élevé depuis 21 ans !
Le chiffre de cette année – jusqu'au 8 janvier – dépasse désormais largement la moyenne des années 2001-2010 et pointe directement vers le haut par rapport à la moyenne des années 1991-2000.
Tout comme le Groenland, l’Arctique continue de défier les prophéties dogmatiques des alarmistes du climat qui prédisaient la disparition de la banquise.
Il est temps d'arrêter leurs mensonges qui ne servent qu'à une seule chose, encaisser des milliards de taxes carbone et la mise en place d'une société de contrôle via le Pass Carbone Individuel.
In 2018, the media told us that the most solid layer of ice in the Arctic was breaking up for the first time, and that this was very worrying!
In 2024 they forgot to tell you (why?) that the Arctic ice pack had reached its highest level for 21 years!
This year's figure - up to 8 January - is now well above the average for the years 2001-2010 and points directly upwards compared with the average for the years 1991-2000.
Like Greenland, the Arctic continues to defy the dogmatic prophecies of climate alarmists who predicted the disappearance of the ice pack.
It's time to put an end to their lies, which serve only one purpose: to collect billions in carbon taxes and set up a control society via the Individual Carbon Pass.

Heavy snow and freezing rain causes flight cancellations in Germany​

AP | 17 Jan 2024, 10:26 PM IST

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Heavy snowfall and freezing rain across Germany Wednesday led to the cancellation of hundreds of flights and trains, crashes on icy roads, and school closures.At Frankfurt airport, Germany's biggest, more than 500 flights were canceled, while in Munich over 250 arrivals and departures were canceled.In western Germany, Saarbrucken airport closed for the day, as Düsseldorf and Cologne/Bonn airports were also affected by delays and cancellations.(AP)


More details on traffic and cancelations here: Flights cancelled at German airports due to ‘extreme’ conditions


Kids in the NRW region have 2 days off because of the snowfall. Here in Bonn, there is about 15cm of snow! 🌨️

Tesla and other E-cars in the cold: dead robots ⛄

Imagine it's winter and it's snowing. “Back then” it was “normal”, today the authorities are issuing warnings, traffic in big cities is collapsing and many people are wondering: what is all this about?
By the way, in the greater Oslo area, public transport breaks down almost regularly when temperatures are “too low” or when there is snow, as eXXpress, among others, had already reported in December : the batteries of the buses fail when temperatures are “too low”, which, by the way, is not a “conspiracy theory”. is, but a truism based on “common sense”. In general, the further north or further inland you live, the more diesel engines you will find.

The performance and storage capacity of batteries is highly dependent on temperature. When temperatures are below zero, both fall into the cellar. Since the end of November, this winter has clearly been colder than in previous years. This has quite a negative impact on the usability of electric cars, as the Tesla cemeteries in Chicago show.
The problem is that the electric buses purchased only have half the range. Cold batteries also have the unpleasant habit of suddenly dropping from, for example, 30% charge level to 5%. Then nothing is possible except towing with a diesel or gasoline-powered tow vehicle. But even when you get to the charging station, it doesn't work as usual if it's still cold. The battery charge either doesn't work at all or is extremely slow. Chemical processes take place in lithium-ion batteries during both charging and discharging. Falling temperatures also result in reduced chemical reaction rates. According to van 't Hoff's rule, a rule of thumb in chemical kinetics, chemical reactions occur approximately half to a quarter as slowly at a temperature reduced by 10 degrees. The chemical reaction speed is worlds apart between 10 degrees plus and 10 degrees minus. Preheating the battery is sometimes the only way out. But what if the battery is empty?

“We've got a bunch of dead robots out here”: drivers complain about Tesla's failure to respond to complaints despite being stuck in Chicago's Supercharger "Tesla graveyard" for days.


Snow thickness reaches 7 meters (23 FEET) in Hakkari, Turkey​


Efforts are being made by snow removal teams to open the roads providing access to villages and hamlets; however, progress is challenging due to the thickness of the snow.

The heavy snow in the Yüksekova district of Hakkâri has adversely affected daily life.

Snow removal teams are making efforts to open the roads providing access to villages and hamlets in the Dağlıca region, where the snow thickness reaches up to 7 meters in some places.

Despite the ongoing efforts by the District Special Provincial Administration Directorate's construction site teams to clear the blocked roads, the thickness of the snow is making their work challenging.

According to a report in Anadolu Agency, the teams are using construction equipment to create a "snow tunnel" and aim to quickly open the road for access to villages and hamlet.
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