Brutal Arctic Cold set to Engulf North America over the next 10 Days

It’s already been an anomalously frigid Feb for much of the United States (600 new all-time cold records).

19 Feb 2020 – Now, two more waves of anomalous Polar cold look set to sweep the continent in the final 10 days of February, 2020.

Over the past 7 days alone, the U.S. (CONUS) set a total of 600 new all-time cold records vs just the 239 for heat, according to the official data from filthy warm-mongers NOAA.

Thanks to Bill Sellers for this link

7 thoughts on “Brutal Arctic Cold set to Engulf North America over the next 10 Days”

  1. I’m not sure, though, how cold it will get far to the south into the SE and Florida though. The way this winter has performed so far in the SE US, it seems questionable of whether or not we’ll get a hard freeze deep into SC or not. The flow has been pretty progressive (zonal) with each cold spell so far, without much blocking in high latitudes. So far we’ve only managed to reach 28F this winter at CHS.
    It’s getting late.

  2. “” Don’t fall for bogus political agendas — our future is one of ever-descending COLD. “”

    Won’t be too long before we’ll be depending upon Musk Oxen for shelter, clothing and transportation as we hunt Polar Bears and Beluga Whales for food..

    • We are politically incorrect! We hunt black and brown bears bun we are not allowed to hunt the white ones. White supremacy??

  3. Reading thru the article in the link and near the end is some information from NASA about the upcoming Solar Cycle 25. They’re predicting a peak that is lower than any of the cycles seen in the Dalton Minimum. That was a time in the early 1800’s where people saw snow and freezing temps in June and July along the East Coast along with crop failures around the world. It will be interesting to see how this plays out over the next few years.

    • Early 1800’s was a massive volcanic eruption in Asia, Mt. Tambura blew up and threw a cloud of volcanic dust into the high stratosphere causing ‘a year without summer’ and crops failed and it was a terrible, difficult time.

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