“July proving one of the coldest,” reads the headline on glenninnesexaminer.com.
Numerous regional centers record below-freezing temperatures.
Corresponded with a period of strong volcanism AND with low sunspot activity … and here we go again.
“With the unusually late, cold and rainy spring in the mountains,
Weather may force players to bundle up in the “equivalent” of long underwear instead of bathing suits.
Kick ‘em Jenny has erupted 12 times since 1939.
In late July !!
18.4 inches (460 mm) of rain in one day – Beijing in chaos
“In the region of Puno, province of San Roman, Peru, due to low temperatures
Just imagine if that rain had fallen as snow!