Bitter cold in Poland

Next comes the snow.

Temperature dropped to -30 degrees C on the night of 17/18 January 2021

Behind us is an exceptionally cold night on 17/18 January 2021 this winter season in Poland.

The temperature dropped to -19 / -28 degrees C in places, and even to -33 / -35 degrees C at the ground!

The lowest temperatures were recorded in the east, northeast and the center of the country.

The lowest temperature of -28 degrees Celsius in a meteorological cage at a height of 2 m was recorded at the border with Russia in Gołdap in the Warmia-Masuria Province.

It was also very cold in Suwałki in Podlasie, where -26 degrees Celsius was recorded.

Relatively little frost was recorded in the south-east, at the seaside and in the west of the country, which was related to the influence of the sea and the persistence of high cloud cover.

Today, on January 18, 2021, in the afternoon and evening, an occlusion front will enter Poland from the west, with snowfall, in places from the west turning into rain and snow.

It will start to get slippery on the roads and sidewalks.

Thanks to Argiris Diamantis for these links

7 thoughts on “Bitter cold in Poland”

  1. The scatological material in motion proximal to the high RPM fan blades and Polish-American, Zbigniew Kazimierz Brzezinski’s Grand Chessboard will make for an inevitably interesting technetronic endgame Between Two Ages.

    Speaking of a future at most only decades away, an experimenter in intelligence control asserted, “I foresee the time when we shall have the means and therefore, inevitably, the temptation to manipulate the behaviour and intellectual functioning of all the people through environmental and biochemical manipulation of the brain.” – page 12 – Zbigniew

    Zbigjohn’s perspective

    Zbigmike’s perspective

    Under Section 3 of the 14th Amendment of the United States Constitution:
    “No person shall be a Senator or Representative in Congress, or elector of President and Vice President, or hold any office, civil or military, under the United States, or under any State, who, having previously taken an oath, as a member of Congress, or as an officer of the United States, or as a member of any State legislature, or as an executive or judicial officer of any State, to support the Constitution of the United States, shall have engaged in insurrection or rebellion against the same, or given aid or comfort to the enemies thereof.”

    Many West Coasters have strategically decided to watch 2020’s chess play out from Texas. Guter Zug.

  2. I am glad it gets down to -20 F around here at times. We were overrun by stink bugs up here in Yankee land 6-8 years ago. They were everywhere. Two and three years ago, it got down to minus 20 F for 2-3 days. Brrrrrr. Two years of that brief dip, killed off most of the infestation of stink bugs in the area. 85% killed and 85% of the 15% not killed off the first time around, means mostly killed off.

    Cold temps (thanks to big block 454 Cu In engines burning hot fossil fuels) can do positive things, if you look for them.

    Weather really killed the stink bugs, not AGW, whether you believe it or not. No trace gas in the biggest greenhouse gas of them all, water vapor in air, ever killed any bugs.

    Hat tip to water vapor, a lack of Sun spots, and the Sun’s dropping output for years. Thanks for the bug KIAs, er, KIMaGs, killed in mulch and grass actions.

    Most Poland stink bugs are a goner. 85% this year.


  3. One only has to look at your ice-age maps to see the growing similarities to today’s events. The only thing your maps don’t show are the other increasing extreme events associated with this major climate event … drought, heat, floods, winds, increasing seismic and volcanic activity! Roll the dice … pick your poison!

    • Well where I am (southern AZ) it was supposedly an inland sea during the last Ice Age. Not looking forward to drowning.

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