Nova Scotia Agriculture Decimated – Video

“If these agriculture failures continue we are looking at losses of
billions in population, not millions, says reader David DuByne.
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Insurers Reel From Cold Claims

Apple orchards decimated.

Potato planting 2 to 3 weeks behind schedule.

Niagara wine crop decimated – Only 1 percent survival rate on buds and vines

Records broken back to the 1870s

Thanks to David DuByne for this video

If David is correct, we will indeed be fighting in the streets for food.


19 thoughts on “Nova Scotia Agriculture Decimated – Video

  1. It’s May 8, so of course it’s snowing!
    CBC News Newfoundland and Labrador, May 8, 2015.
    We are well into the month of May, our snow tires have already been removed (if you follow the law), and naturally, it’s snowing.
    CBC meteorologist Ryan Snoddon said a band of snow from the north is to blame for raising blood pressure and causing people from central Newfoundland to the island’s northeast coast to unpack their winter gear.
    http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/newfoundland-labrador/it-s-may-8-so-of-course-it-s-snowing-1.3066203
    Pictures from Edmonton:
    http://www.edmontonsun.com/2015/05/07/photos-snow-blasts-edmonton-on-may-6-2015
    http://storage.edmontonsun.com/v1/dynamic_resize/sws_path/suns-prod-images/1297697469664_ORIGINAL.jpg?quality=80&size=650x
    http://storage.edmontonsun.com/v1/dynamic_resize/sws_path/suns-prod-images/1297697472508_ORIGINAL.jpg?quality=80&size=650x

  2. “If David is correct, we will indeed be fighting in the streets for food.’
    The people on sites like this will win the food fight because many of the low-information voters will be too busy looting big screen TV’s before they realize there’s no food left.

  3. Food production can simply shift to other areas. They got too much snow, while Alaska got barely any snow. I didn’t even need to use my snow blower or plow during the winter. My planting season is several weeks ahead of schedule.

    The planet isn’t getting more snow, it’s just moving to specific areas.

    • I believe the cryosat system is able to report on this factor, my understanding from reports starting in November that the snow started earlier and was more widespread in the Northern hemisphere than the previous two winters. The North West of North America and the West Coast of Europe has benefited from a warm, wet Jet Stream from a South Westerly direction. The same jet stream re enforces the drought over the South West of North America. As it loops over to begin its southerly plunge, it brings very cold weather to the North East of North America and in Central Europe and then the Middle East.
      The geological record for North America indicates long term periodic droughts of 30 or 40 years in duration, it is my assumption that a significant number of these are linked to periods of Solar Minimums.

  4. “Rapid City, South Dakota averages 1.1 inches of snow in May and has received snow in June, with the latest date of measurable snowfall being June 13, 1969.

    “Interestingly, according to the NWS-Rapid City NOWDATA database, the record May monthly snow in Rapid City is only 11.6 inches in 1950. So, this event has the potential to set a May record for the city.”

    http://www.weather.com/storms/winter/news/snow-mothers-day-weekend-west-plains

    WWUS43 KUNR 081004
    WSWUNR
    URGENT – WINTER WEATHER MESSAGE
    NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE RAPID CITY SD
    404 AM MDT FRI MAY 8 2015

    SNOW STORM POSSIBLE THIS WEEKEND. A STRONG LOW PRESSURE SYSTEM WILL AFFECT THE NORTHERN PLAINS THIS WEEKEND. WIDESPREAD RAIN WILL DEVELOP ON SATURDAY AND AS TEMPERATURES COOL ON SATURDAY NIGHT THE RAIN IS EXPECTED TO CHANGE TO SNOW OVER NORTHEASTERN WYOMING AND FAR WESTERN SOUTH DAKOTA. THE SNOW WILL CONTINUE INTO SUNDAY MORNING. HEAVY SNOW IS POSSIBLE … WITH SNOW TOTALS OF 6 INCHES OR MORE POSSIBLE ON THE
    PLAINS AND A FOOT OR MORE OF SNOW POSSIBLE OVER PARTS OF THE BLACK HILLS … THE EASTERN FOOTHILLS AND ON THE PLAINS EXTENDING NORTHEASTWARD FROM THE BLACK HILLS.
    REMEMBER…SIGNIFICANT CHANGES TO THE FORECAST MAY BE NEEDED AS THE STORM SYSTEM APPROACHES AND THE FINE DETAILS COME MORE INTO FOCUS … SO STAY TUNED FOR LATER FORECAST UPDATES.

    SDZ024>029-072-074-WYZ057-082200-
    /O.EXT.KUNR.WS.A.0002.150510T0000Z-150511T0000Z/
    NORTHERN BLACK HILLS-NORTHERN FOOT HILLS-RAPID CITY-SOUTHERN FOOT HILLS-CENTRAL BLACK HILLS-SOUTHERN BLACK HILLS- STURGIS/PIEDMONT FOOT HILLS-HERMOSA FOOT HILLS- WYOMING BLACK HILLS- INCLUDING THE CITIES OF… LEAD… DEADWOOD… SPEARFISH… RAPID CITY… EDGEMONT…HOT SPRINGS…HILL CITY…MT RUSHMORE…
    CUSTER…STURGIS…HERMOSA…SUNDANCE…FOUR CORNERS
    404 AM MDT FRI MAY 8 2015

    WINTER STORM WATCH NOW IN EFFECT FROM SATURDAY EVENING THROUGH SUNDAY AFTERNOON
    THE WINTER STORM WATCH IS NOW IN EFFECT FROM SATURDAY EVENING THROUGH SUNDAY AFTERNOON.
    * TIMING…WIDESPREAD RAIN WILL MOVE INTO THE AREA SATURDAY MORNING…WITH RAIN CHANGING OVER TO SNOW SATURDAY AFTERNOON. SNOW WILL CONTINUE THROUGH SUNDAY AFTERNOON.
    * MAIN HAZARD…6 TO 12 INCHES…OR MORE…OF HEAVY WET SNOW WILL BE POSSIBLE.
    * IMPACTS…RAIN CHANGING TO SNOW AND FALLING TEMPERATURES MAY LEAVE CALVES AND LAMBS VULNERABLE TO HYPOTHERMIA.
    * ADDITIONAL IMPACTS…TRAVEL MAY BECOME HAZARDOUS FROM HEAVY SNOW AND LOW VISIBILITY. THE HEAVY SNOW ALSO COULD DOWN TREE BRANCHES WHICH COULD AFFECT POWER LINES.
    PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS…
    A WINTER STORM WATCH MEANS HEAVY SNOW… STRONG WINDS… FREEZING PRECIPITATION… AND COLD TEMPERATURES ARE POSSIBLE. MONITOR NOAA
    WEATHER RADIO…LOCAL RADIO OR TELEVISION…OR THE INTERNET FOR UPDATES ON THIS POTENTIALLY DANGEROUS STORM. TAKE TIME TO PREPARE FOR SEVERE WINTER CONDITIONS BEFORE THE STORM DEVELOPS.

    http://weather.noaa.gov/cgi-bin/iwszone3

  5. This global warming is really killing the crops. I know it’s not funny,far from it, but the stupidity of those promulgating this farce is laughable. They choose not to see what is visible .

  6. The situation will now get much worse for the next 10 years until the very low, in fact much lower solar max during SC25, and then get even more sever during the decline to the end of SC25
    The Sun is supposed to still be in Solar Max at the moment and even now we are getting periods of Wolf sized spot free days, the max may well last for another 9 months, after that it will decline rapidly and then bump along the bottom of the Sun spot cycle until the start of SC25 some time around 2020-24.
    The Niagara grape will not be able to be grown after next winter in the Great lakes region until 2050 at the earliest. Even cold weather suitable grape varieties may find the extreme winters weather which will be experienced in the US North East until 2040, to harsh to survive.
    Given the experience of the UK’s electorate in rejecting more borrowing proposed by Labor using a “Late break” and voting with their pockets. The Democrat Gullible Warmists has better realise the US next election will not be a shoe in as they expect.
    The Cool Sun and the cold climate it produces for the US will bite them in places they would rather not be bitten.
    The Solar Minimum WILL cause the next series of economic crises for the Northern Hemisphere, it will drag the US into a series of yearly technical recessions, just in time for the next US election, time to fix the economic roof, before the snow, ice and rain collapses it.

  7. Heavy snow expected in 5 states in May!

    NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE BILLINGS MT
    MAY 8 2015

    NORTHEAST BIGHORN MOUNTAINS-
    INCLUDING THE LOCATIONS OF…BURGESS JCT

    …WINTER STORM WARNING IN EFFECT FROM 6 PM THIS EVENING TO 6 AM MDT SUNDAY…

    THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE IN BILLINGS HAS ISSUED A WINTER STORM WARNING FOR HEAVY WET SNOW AND POOR TRAVEL CONDITIONS
    …WHICH IS IN EFFECT FROM 6 PM THIS EVENING TO 6 AM MDT SUNDAY.

    * TIMING…SNOW WILL BEGIN TONIGHT AND CONTINUE THROUGH SATURDAY NIGHT BEFORE DEREASING EARLY SUNDAY.

    * SNOW ACCUMULATION…7 TO 14 INCHES WITH THE HEAVIEST AMOUNTS ON NORTHEAST FACING SLOPES.

    * IMPACTS…POOR TRAVEL CONDITIONS ON AREA ROADS INCLUDING HIGHWAY 14. LOCAL POWER OUTAGES AND TREE DAMGE IS POSSIBLE AS WELL.

    ——————————————————————————–

    NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE RIVERTON WY
    MAY 8 2015

    …A RETURN OF WINTER THIS WEEKEND…

    .A STRONG STORM SYSTEM CONTINUES TO MOVE TOWARDS WYOMING. IT IS CERTAIN
    RAIN AND SNOW WILL INCREASE EARLY SATURDAY MORNING…BECOMING MOSTLY
    SNOW THROUGH THE MORNING HOURS AS TEMPERATURES FALL. SNOW SHOULD THEN
    SPREAD EAST AND INTENSIFY BY SATURDAY AFTERNOON. THIS STORM HAS THE POTENTIAL TO PRODUCE SIGNIFICANT SNOW AMOUNTS IN THE
    MOUNTAINS. AS A RESULT…THIS WINTER STORM WILL ADVERSELY IMPACT TRAVEL AT MOUNTAIN LEVEL PASSES. LOWER ELEVATIONS WILL SEE ADVERSE
    CONDITIONS IMPACTING AGRICULTURAL INTERESTS. MORE OF AN IMPACT ON THE ROADS WILL BE FELT SATURDAY NIGHT INTO EARLY SUNDAY.

    LANDER FOOTHILLS-GREEN MOUNTAINS AND RATTLESNAKE RANGE-
    INCLUDING THE CITIES OF…LANDER…JEFFREY CITY
    MAY 8 2015

    …WINTER STORM WARNING IN EFFECT FROM 6 AM SATURDAY TO 9 AM MDT SUNDAY…

    THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE IN RIVERTON HAS ISSUED A WINTER STORM WARNING FOR HEAVY SNOW…WHICH IS IN EFFECT FROM 6 AM SATURDAY TO 9 AM MDT SUNDAY. THE WINTER STORM WATCH IS NO LONGER IN EFFECT.

    * SUMMARY AND TIMING…LOW PRESSURE WILL SPREAD SNOWFALL ACROSS THE AREA LATER TONIGHT…INTENSIFYING SATURDAY MORNING.
    SNOWFALL WILL CONTINUE THROUGH EARLY SUNDAY MORNING BEFORE WEAKENING.

    * SNOW ACCUMULATIONS…8 TO 14 INCHES WITH LOCALLY HIGHER AMOUNTS TO 16 INCHES POSSIBLE. FORECAST OF SNOWFALL FOR JEFFREY CITY
    SHOULD BE 5 TO 8 INCHES.

    * WIND AND VISIBILITY…GUSTY WIND WILL DEVELOP ACROSS THE GREEN MOUNTAINS AND RATTLE SNAKE RANGE TONIGHT. GUSTS UP TO 35 MPH
    WILL BE POSSIBLE…AND MAY COMBINE WITH ONGOING SNOWFALL TO LIMIT VISIBILITY AT TIMES ON ROADWAYS BY SATURDAY MORNING.

    * IMPACTS…MOTORISTS SHOULD MONITOR FOR CHANGING TRAVEL CONDITIONS. THOSE WITH OUTDOOR AND AGRICULTURAL INTERESTS THIS
    WEEKEND SHOULD ALSO PREPARE FOR COLDER TEMPERATURES AND SNOWFALL…WHICH MAY SEEM MORE BITTER WITH INCREASED WIND.

    ——————————————————————————–

    NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE RIVERTON WY
    MAY 8 2015

    …A RETURN OF WINTER THIS WEEKEND…

    .A STRONG STORM SYSTEM CONTINUES TO MOVE TOWARDS WYOMING. IT IS CERTAIN
    RAIN AND SNOW WILL INCREASE EARLY SATURDAY MORNING…BECOMING MOSTLY
    SNOW THROUGH THE MORNING HOURS AS TEMPERATURES FALL. SNOW SHOULD THEN
    SPREAD EAST AND INTENSIFY BY SATURDAY AFTERNOON. THIS STORM HAS THE POTENTIAL TO PRODUCE SIGNIFICANT SNOW AMOUNTS IN THE
    MOUNTAINS. AS A RESULT…THIS WINTER STORM WILL ADVERSELY IMPACT TRAVEL AT MOUNTAIN LEVEL PASSES. LOWER ELEVATIONS WILL SEE ADVERSE
    CONDITIONS IMPACTING AGRICULTURAL INTERESTS. MORE OF AN IMPACT ON
    THE ROADS WILL BE FELT SATURDAY NIGHT INTO EARLY SUNDAY.

    WIND RIVER MOUNTAINS EAST-
    240 PM MDT FRI MAY 8 2015

    …WINTER STORM WARNING IN EFFECT FROM 6 PM THIS EVENING TO 9 AM MDT SUNDAY…

    THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE IN RIVERTON HAS ISSUED A WINTER STORM WARNING FOR HEAVY SNOW…WHICH IS IN EFFECT FROM 6 PM THIS
    EVENING TO 9 AM MDT SUNDAY. THE WINTER STORM WATCH IS NO LONGER IN EFFECT.

    * SUMMARY AND TIMING…LOW PRESSURE WILL SPREAD SNOWFALL ACROSS THE AREA TONIGHT…INTENSIFYING EARLY SATURDAY MORNING. SNOWFALL
    WILL CONTINUE THROUGH EARLY SUNDAY MORNING BEFORE WEAKENING.

    * SNOW ACCUMULATIONS…10 TO 16 INCHES POSSIBLE…WITH LOCALLY HIGHER AMOUNTS UP TO 18 INCHES.

    * WIND AND VISIBILITY…GUSTY WIND TO 25 MPH WILL BE FOUND OVER THE SOUTH PASS AREA…POTENTIALLY BRINGING BLOWING AND DRIFTING SNOW TO THE MOUNTAIN PASS. VISIBILITY MAY BECOME
    REDUCED AT TIMES.

    * IMPACTS…MOTORISTS SHOULD MONITOR FOR QUICKLY CHANGING TRAVEL CONDITIONS OVER MOUNTAIN PASSES. THOSE WITH OUTDOOR INTERESTS
    SHOULD ALSO PREPARE FOR COOLER TEMPERATURES AND SNOWFALL… WHICH MAY SEEM MORE BITTER WITH THE INCREASED WIND.

    ——————————————————————————–
    URGENT – WINTER WEATHER MESSAGE
    NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE RAPID CITY SD
    MAY 8 2015

    …HEAVY SNOW THIS WEEKEND…

    .A STRONG LOW PRESSURE SYSTEM WILL AFFECT THE NORTHERN PLAINS THIS WEEKEND. WIDESPREAD RAIN WILL DEVELOP TONIGHT INTO SATURDAY. AS
    TEMPERATURES FALL SATURDAY AFTERNOON…RAIN IS EXPECTED TO CHANGE TO SNOW FOR THE HIGHER ELEVATIONS OF NORTHEAST WYOMING INTO THE
    BLACK HILLS. RAIN WILL CHANGE TO SNOW OVER MUCH OF WESTERN SOUTH DAKOTA SATURDAY NIGHT AND CONTINUE INTO SUNDAY. THE SNOW WILL BE
    HEAVY AT TIMES…ESPECIALLY SATURDAY NIGHT. SNOW TOTALS OF 12 TO 24 INCHES IS POSSIBLE FOR THE BLACK HILLS…WITH LOCALLY HIGHER AMOUNTS IN THE NORTHERN BLACK HILLS. 6 TO 12 INCHES IS POSSIBLE
    FOR PORTIONS OF NORTHEAST WYOMING INTO WESTERN SOUTH DAKOTA.

    NORTH WINDS OF 25 TO 35 MPH WILL DEVELOP ACROSS WESTERN SOUTH DAKOTA ON SUNDAY…WHICH WILL RESULT IN AREAS OF BLOWING SNOW.

    THERE REMAINS SOME UNCERTAINTY TO SNOWFALL ACCUMULATIONS OUTSIDE OF THE BLACK HILLS AREA. THE SNOW ACCUMULATION WILL BE DEPENDENT
    ON HOW FAST THE RAIN CHANGES OVER TO SNOW…AND THE INTENSITY AND DURATION OF THE SNOWFALL.

    NORTHERN FOOT HILLS-RAPID CITY-SOUTHERN FOOT HILLS-STURGIS/PIEDMONT FOOT HILLS-HERMOSA FOOT HILLS-INCLUDING THE CITIES OF…SPEARFISH…RAPID CITY…EDGEMONT…HOT SPRINGS…STURGIS…HERMOSA
    MAY 8 2015

    …WINTER STORM WARNING IN EFFECT FROM 6 PM SATURDAY TO 6 PM MDT SUNDAY…

    THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE IN RAPID CITY HAS ISSUED A WINTER STORM WARNING FOR HEAVY SNOW…WHICH IS IN EFFECT FROM 6 PM
    SATURDAY TO 6 PM MDT SUNDAY.

    * TIMING…WIDESPREAD RAIN WILL MOVE INTO THE AREA TONIGHT…WITH RAIN CHANGING OVER TO SNOW SATURDAY AFTERNOON. THE SNOW WILL BE
    HEAVY AT TIMES SATURDAY NIGHT INTO SUNDAY MORNING. THE SNOW WILL DIMINISH SUNDAY AFTERNOON. .

    * MAIN HAZARD…SNOW ACCUMULATION OF 6 TO 12 INCHES. LOCALLY HIGHER AMOUNTS ARE POSSIBLE FOR THE NORTHERN FOOTHILLS FROM
    SPEARFISH TO STURGIS. GUSTY NORTH WINDS ON SUNDAY WILL RESULT IN AREAS OF BLOWING SNOW

    * IMPACTS…TRAVEL MAY BECOME HAZARDOUS FROM HEAVY SNOW AND LOW VISIBILITY. THE HEAVY SNOW COULD ALSO DOWN TREE BRANCHES WHICH
    MAY RESULT IN POWER OUTAGES. RAIN CHANGING TO SNOW AND FALLING TEMPERATURES MAY LEAVE CALVES AND LAMBS VULNERABLE TO HYPOTHERMIA.

    ——————————————————————————–
    NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE RAPID CITY SD
    MAY 8 2015

    …HEAVY SNOW THIS WEEKEND…

    .A STRONG LOW PRESSURE SYSTEM WILL AFFECT THE NORTHERN PLAINS THIS WEEKEND. WIDESPREAD RAIN WILL DEVELOP TONIGHT INTO SATURDAY. AS
    TEMPERATURES FALL SATURDAY AFTERNOON…RAIN IS EXPECTED TO CHANGE TO SNOW FOR THE HIGHER ELEVATIONS OF NORTHEAST WYOMING INTO THE
    BLACK HILLS. RAIN WILL CHANGE TO SNOW OVER MUCH OF WESTERN SOUTH DAKOTA SATURDAY NIGHT AND CONTINUE INTO SUNDAY. THE SNOW WILL BE
    HEAVY AT TIMES…ESPECIALLY SATURDAY NIGHT. SNOW TOTALS OF 12 TO 24 INCHES IS POSSIBLE FOR THE BLACK HILLS…WITH LOCALLY HIGHER
    AMOUNTS IN THE NORTHERN BLACK HILLS. 6 TO 12 INCHES IS POSSIBLE FOR PORTIONS OF NORTHEAST WYOMING INTO WESTERN SOUTH DAKOTA.

    NORTH WINDS OF 25 TO 35 MPH WILL DEVELOP ACROSS WESTERN SOUTH DAKOTA ON SUNDAY…WHICH WILL RESULT IN AREAS OF BLOWING SNOW.

    THERE REMAINS SOME UNCERTAINTY TO SNOWFALL ACCUMULATIONS OUTSIDE OF THE BLACK HILLS AREA. THE SNOW ACCUMULATION WILL BE DEPENDENT
    ON HOW FAST THE RAIN CHANGES OVER TO SNOW…AND THE INTENSITY AND DURATION OF THE SNOWFALL.

    NORTHERN BLACK HILLS-CENTRAL BLACK HILLS-SOUTHERN BLACK HILLS-WYOMING BLACK HILLS-
    INCLUDING THE CITIES OF…LEAD…DEADWOOD…HILL CITY…MT RUSHMORE…CUSTER…SUNDANCE…FOUR CORNERS MAY 8 2015

    …WINTER STORM WARNING IN EFFECT FROM 3 PM SATURDAY TO 6 PM MDT SUNDAY…

    THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE IN RAPID CITY HAS ISSUED A WINTER STORM WARNING FOR HEAVY SNOW…WHICH IS IN EFFECT FROM 3 PM
    SATURDAY TO 6 PM MDT SUNDAY.

    * TIMING…WIDESPREAD RAIN WILL MOVE INTO THE AREA TONIGHT…WITH RAIN CHANGING OVER TO SNOW ON SATURDAY. THE SNOW WILL BE HEAVY AT TIMES LATE SATURDAY AFTERNOON THROUGH SUNDAY MORNING. SNOW WILL DIMINISH SUNDAY AFTERNOON.

    * MAIN HAZARD…SNOWFALL ACCUMULATION WILL RANGE FROM 8 TO 14 INCHES IN THE SOUTHERN BLACK HILLS…WITH 18 TO 24 INCHES IN THE NORTHERN BLACK HILLS.

    * IMPACTS…TRAVEL MAY BECOME HAZARDOUS FROM HEAVY SNOW AND LOW VISIBILITY. THE HEAVY SNOW COULD ALSO DOWN TREE BRANCHES WHICH
    MAY RESULT IN POWER OUTAGES.

    ——————————————————————————–
    NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE RAPID CITY SD
    MAY 8 2015

    …HEAVY SNOW THIS WEEKEND…

    .A STRONG LOW PRESSURE SYSTEM WILL AFFECT THE NORTHERN PLAINS THIS WEEKEND. WIDESPREAD RAIN WILL DEVELOP TONIGHT INTO SATURDAY. AS
    TEMPERATURES FALL SATURDAY AFTERNOON…RAIN IS EXPECTED TO CHANGE TO SNOW FOR THE HIGHER ELEVATIONS OF NORTHEAST WYOMING INTO THE
    BLACK HILLS. RAIN WILL CHANGE TO SNOW OVER MUCH OF WESTERN SOUTH DAKOTA SATURDAY NIGHT AND CONTINUE INTO SUNDAY. THE SNOW WILL BE
    HEAVY AT TIMES…ESPECIALLY SATURDAY NIGHT. SNOW TOTALS OF 12 TO 24 INCHES IS POSSIBLE FOR THE BLACK HILLS…WITH LOCALLY HIGHER AMOUNTS IN THE NORTHERN BLACK HILLS. 6 TO 12 INCHES IS POSSIBLE
    FOR PORTIONS OF NORTHEAST WYOMING INTO WESTERN SOUTH DAKOTA.

    NORTH WINDS OF 25 TO 35 MPH WILL DEVELOP ACROSS WESTERN SOUTH DAKOTA ON SUNDAY…WHICH WILL RESULT IN AREAS OF BLOWING SNOW.

    THERE REMAINS SOME UNCERTAINTY TO SNOWFALL ACCUMULATIONS OUTSIDE OF THE BLACK HILLS AREA. THE SNOW ACCUMULATION WILL BE DEPENDENT
    ON HOW FAST THE RAIN CHANGES OVER TO SNOW…AND THE INTENSITY AND DURATION OF THE SNOWFALL.

    BUTTE-CUSTER CO PLAINS-PENNINGTON CO PLAINS-
    SOUTHERN MEADE CO PLAINS-NORTHEASTERN CROOK-
    INCLUDING THE CITIES OF…BELLE OURCHE…FOLSOM…WALL…UNION CENTER…COLONY
    MAY 8 2015

    …WINTER STORM WARNING IN EFFECT FROM 6 PM SATURDAY TO 6 PM MDT SUNDAY…

    THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE IN RAPID CITY HAS ISSUED A WINTER STORM WARNING FOR SNOW…WHICH IS IN EFFECT FROM 6 PM SATURDAY TO
    6 PM MDT SUNDAY. THE WINTER STORM WATCH IS NO LONGER IN EFFECT.

    * TIMING…WIDESPREAD RAIN WILL MOVE INTO THE AREA TONIGHT…WITH RAIN CHANGING OVER TO SNOW SATURDAY AFTERNOON. THE SNOW WILL BE
    HEAVY AT TIMES SATURDAY NIGHT INTO SUNDAY MORNING. THE SNOW WILL DIMINISH SUNDAY AFTERNOON.

    * MAIN HAZARD…SNOW ACCUMULATION OF 6 TO 10 INCHES. LOCALLY HIGHER AMOUNTS ARE POSSIBLE FOR THE NORTHERN FOOTHILLS FROM SPEARFISH TO STURGIS. GUSTY NORTH WINDS ON SUNDAY WILL RESULT IN AREAS OF BLOWING SNOW

    * IMPACTS…TRAVEL MAY BECOME HAZARDOUS FROM HEAVY SNOW AND LOW VISIBILITY. THE HEAVY SNOW COULD ALSO DOWN TREE BRANCHES WHICH
    MAY RESULT IN POWER OUTAGES. RAIN CHANGING TO SNOW AND FALLING TEMPERATURES MAY LEAVE CALVES AND LAMBS VULNERABLE TO HYPOTHERMIA.

    http://forecast.weather.gov/wwamap/wwatxtget.php?cwa=usa&wwa=Winter%20Storm%20Warning

  8. Considering the goals of the elites this would be very good news from their point of view. A smaller ant colony is easier to lord over.
    I know I am being a smart ass about it but it needs to be said to provoke the masses into waking up and smelling the coffee they soon won’t be able to get.

  9. No, we can do what the European civilization did during the Maunder Minimum: plant winter vegetables like turnips. Though we can also use technology they didn’t have, to grow fresh greens in climate-controlled buildings and greenhouses. We need to start doing that now.

    • It seems to me they could greatly reduce the 30,000 KWH required annually for their 100% grid powered artificial light system by allowing in some natural light, and I wonder why they don’t. They do mention that it is impractical to use solar panels on the roof, but why convert light to electricity only to turn it back into light with losses (and expense) at each conversion? That they even considered such a thing makes me question their overall technical expertise. Perhaps glass is too low tech?

  10. Who cares about Canada feeding the world? Will Canada be able to feed Canada? If we can’t even feed Canada the rest of the world doesn’t matter except as a source of food. We need to have a morality that includes our own existence.

  11. This seems like the arctuarian pole shift to me. They happen when earth is between vega and Polaris pole star. As the magnetic reconnection takes place the earths crust moves to reconnect . After the shift, things may calm down with the weather with more temperate zones and a new north and south pole.

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