“The contiguous U.S. saw 19.05 inches in total precipitation in the past year, 3.74 inches above the average and the wettest such period in the 125-year record,” says ABC11.com
On top of this over 4000 building destroyed.
The thermometer reached -9.2°C at the station Epagri-Ciram in Urupema,
Bomb-shell press release from Kobe University confirms what I’ve been saying for years, that geomagnetic reversals can trigger ice ages – perhaps almost instantaneously.
The ADAPT 2030 Climate Revolution book by David DuByne is finished, 220 pages about the Grand Solar Minimum, how the Sun drives our climate in mappable patterns, and the problems we face moving from 2019 through 2035.
New cold records in the forecast.
16C below-average across vast swathes of the continent – But where’s the balanced reporting?
5 July 2019 – In Char, the thermometer dropped to 1.9°C, a new absolute minimum,
“Multiple All-Time Low Temperature Records set across Germany — Rare July Frosts Ravage Saxony,” reads the headline.
Don’t miss it! The most-important climate conference of the year in the nation’s capital