Why is the media ignoring the record low temperatures? – Video

Record Cold USA During Summer in Dakotas and the Great Lakes – Media Ignores

28 Jun 2017 – Dozens of summer cold records set  in Dakotas & Great Lakes and temperatures at least 10-15F below normal … and the media remains silent.

Last week all you heard was it’s so hot the airplanes can’t take off, but now with record cold during summer and 1/4 of the northern and N.E USA below normal … not a peep.

Also, global temperatures aren’t rising as expected this summer, another indication of the intensifying mini ice age. Snows in Russia  days earlier, meters of snow in South America and atmospheric compression events at dozens of locations planet wide.

The changes are beginning. We are entering a mini ice age.

Indeed, according to accuweather.com, September-like cool air is about to plunge into the midwestern and northeastern US.


Global temperatures have fallen back to levels of 20 years ago



Global Temperatures

2017 Global Temperatures


Record cold Dakotas https://pbs.twimg.com/media/DDNmsG7UA…

Thanks to Craig Adkins for these links

15 thoughts on “Why is the media ignoring the record low temperatures? – Video”

  1. The moment one hears that it’s so cold the airplanes can’t take off, then they will pay attention to the other side of global warming, cooling. There must be some kind of evidence to accept cooling. Overhere, the winter is still relatively warm and that is a sign that there isn’t a cooling present. Regarding media, one should better stop reading newspapers for relevant state of affairs cause you have to do al lot of work to get any idea what is it all about.

  2. Well it’s the end of June, and for the last week the UK has sat under a massive, static low pressure system with day time temperatures at 12C, instead of 19C to 25C dependent on how close to the South East you are, coupled with a Months’ worth of rain in two days.
    Yet this adverse period will be averaged out of the warmest ever shouts of delight from the UK Met Office. They are only interested in heavy jet wash assisted records from the Northern runway weather site at Heathrow.
    The UK may be heading for its usual July/August monsoon of cool, wet, and very windy.
    What the Northern US gets, we get 10 or so days later.

    • Been watching that cyclone on nullschool and was wondering it’s affect on Ireland and the UK. Thanks for the update. Lot’s of cyclones in the upper northern hemisphere this year. Even more over the southern part of the southern hemisphere.

    • 2/7/17, According to the weather man on Country File tonight
      June was the 5th warmest since records began in 1910.
      In my part of the U.K [coastal Cumbria] there has been nothing exceptional in temperature [hot or cool[ for June

  3. The establishment and their ministries of propaganda and brainwashing are not interested in the truth.

  4. Of course the media will ignore cold, doesn’t fit the narrative/agenda that they need for an excuse to socialize the entire world. No surprises here, really……

  5. Except for this site a very few others, the only sound I hear when temps go down to record levels are the sounds of crickets…….chirp…chirp!!!

  6. Here in southern Ontario (Great Lakes Region) many fields are ponded; we’ll be lucky to get half yields out of many crops. Can’t even start making hay. Normally, we would be pretty much done. The entire Spring has been the coolest and wettest in many years. Yet this situation hasn’t even been mentioned in national media. Why?
    1. It is a rural story. Who cares?
    2. Food supplies are still abundant.
    3. It doesn’t fit with the warming narrative (although God knows they would massage the numbers to make it fit).

  7. Our temps have been consistently on average lower than usual. The Weather folks mentioned tonight that we seem to be in early June like weather. Well it’s June but not early.

    This week we will see a shift into warmer weather with a dry period. It will be interesting to see if the temps are as warm as they expect and if they stay around as long as projected.

    North Idaho has experienced rather mild changes excluding the 2″ inches of rain we had in 30 minutes 2 days ago. We are seeing changes though. Two years in a row we lost berry crops
    due to frost thaw cycles that were out of sync with our normal weather patterns.

    Be well all.
    It was interesting.

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