Look at all the record lows in November

Temperatures 20-30 degrees below normal for mid-November.

Sunday-Thursday temperatures versus normal tell the story…

This very impressive graphic is from meteorologist Ed Valley of Empire Weather.

See the animated version here:

Thanks to TRM for this link

“And after this one goes through the east half of the continent we’ll be talking about “Look at all the record lows in November,” says TRM.

9 thoughts on “Look at all the record lows in November”

  1. No global warming there ! Good luck America ! Drive carefully.
    A few tips from Wales !!
    Carry a sack of sand or grit in the trunk [ we call it the boot of the car in UK] ,plus a shovel. It could get you out of an icy spot on the road.
    Besides the WEIGHT of the sack will aid traction.
    Also warm clothing, boots , flash-light and a flask of hot coffee when travelling.

    • Steevo, we are already in the Modern Grand Solar Minimum which started in 2008 with SC24 and marked the start of the abrupt end to the previous Solar Warm Period 1945 to 2008.
      It takes 10 years for the climate change effects of the GSM to be recorded in the fossil record, given the NH continental weather experienced over the last 4 years I would suggest that fossil record has been well and truly updated.
      The Laymans Sunspot Count updated to June 2019, the last third of the cycle considerably lower than SC5.
      Given that modern sunspot equipment counts can see significant more fragment spots than could be seen by 40MM optics the modern sun spot count contains a very high percentage of fragment spots which makes comparison between Dalton Data and Modern data difficult.
      NOTE: (SILSO) values are pre July 15th 2015 (V1). Post June 2017 values are V2 x .43
      The Layman’s Sunspot Count has moved from a daily count to a Quarterly update because of a Computer failure with daily updates being unworkable. The good news is we have almost a whole solar cycle of data that can be compared to the SILSO V2 Sunspot Count. By applying a factor of .43 (instead of .6) we get a very good match.
      The .43 reduction factor is right in the ballpark when considering the SILSO value of .6 corresponds with about a 12% allowance for the Waldmeier error introduced around 1945. The Waldmeier correction factor needs to be around 20-22% along with other factors affecting the modern count. The new method of scaling the existing SISLO V2 sunspot record will allow the LSC to continue and to be utilised for comparison of SC24/25 to SC5/6.
      The monthly LSC and F10.7 flux comparison graphs will be updated on a quarterly basis, updates will be alerted via Twitter and Facebook.

  2. And of course the MSM will be fully reporting these record low temperatures!
    Maybe the events will become “the Thunberg warming cycle” !

  3. any chance to yell Panic!! its happening when a temp stat can be found to be a degree or so above”average” no matter how brief spurious etc its used as agitprop

    my areas avg for nov is 5.6 below avg
    not a peep will there be…. its inconvenient;-))) lol

  4. I’m cold just looking at this page. We are suppose to be 32 degrees in New Orleans Tuesday morning. If this is any indicator of what may come this winter, we may have a lot of people from northern states wanting to live down here soon.

  5. Cold and SNOW here in Nashville tonight .. high temp tomorrow only 14F !!! …. holy cow! .. that is cold (for us)! .. Coldest Nov. since I have lived in this area (15yrs).

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