Record cold this and tomorrow morning across much of the south-central U.S. – Heavy wet snow headed for northeast

Below normal temperatures, sometimes record cold (20-25 degrees below average for late April) will shift to parts of the eastern U.S. Thursday morning. So much for the global warming fraud.

21 Apr 2021 – A strong cold front will bring heavy wet snow from the eastern Great Lakes into northern New England and strong thunderstorms with damaging winds in the Mid-Atlantic and Northeast, according to the NWS Weather Prediction Center in College Park, MD.

An intensifying low pressure system is forecast to move across the central Appalachians and into New England through tonight.

A swath of wet snow is expected from New York into northern New England through Friday morning. Snowfall amounts of 6 to 10 inches are forecast with up to 12 inches possible in northern Maine through Thursday morning.

Well below average temperatures will continue behind this storm system or east of the Rockies, as numerous record low temperatures are likely.

Light snow lingers across the central Rockies as another surge of cold air brings additional snowfall into the northern Rockies.

Subfreezing record cold this morning across much of the south-central U.S. will shift to parts of the eastern U.S. Thursday morning…

Unseasonably cold air – sometimes record cold – will continue to surge into the central U.S. toward the eastern U.S, leading to widespread Freeze Watches and Warnings that cover much of the central U.S., Midwest and the interior eastern U.S.

Numerous daily record low temperatures are forecast to be tied or broken this morning and Thursday morning as temperatures dip to below freezing–around 20-25 degrees below average for late April. Residents in these areas are encouraged to take preventative measures to mitigate the impacts of sub-freezing temperatures on vulnerable vegetation if possible. By Friday, low temperatures will remain around 10 degrees below normal in the Central U.S., with lows hovering in the mid-30’s to 40’s.

The western U.S. can expect lingering light snow across the central Rockies for the next few days while another surge of cold air from western Canada reaches the northern Rockies/High Plains on Thursday. Temperatures will once again tumble, along with a quick burst of snow, as the cold front passes through much of Montana by Thursday evening. The snow should move further south into Wyoming by Friday morning.

14 thoughts on “Record cold this and tomorrow morning across much of the south-central U.S. – Heavy wet snow headed for northeast”

  1. My lifestyle these last four years gives me a unique, though purely anecdotal view of so called “anthropogenic global warming”.

    I have spent winters south Georgia for the past four years.

    Interestingly enough, upon arriving my first year, it actually snowed. This in a town a mere stones throw from Florida. I can remember going to the local cafe to yet a sandwich, and everyone there (including the employees) was outside taking pictures with there cell phones.

    That year (2018) I was back in Vermont by April 1st. The following year I came back roughly a week later. In 2020 I came back on April 15th. This year I arrived back in my home state yesterday (the 20th)

    Today, it was not only unseasonably cold, but it actually snowed. SNOW on the 21st of April, exactly 4 weeks after I got back FOUR years ago.

    Is it just me or is winter getting a week longer every year?

    I would be remiss if I failed to mention that I have left earlier every year as well.

    Four years ago, I left just after New Years, last year, I spent Christmas in Georgia.

    I basically fled Vermont before a snow storm delivered 42 inches.

    It’s probably all a coincidence, but it feels like summers are getting shorter, and the winters are getting longer.

    How much longer we’ll be able to grow crops north of the Mason-Dixon is a question I think we all should be asking.

  2. I woke up very late this morning. And looked out of the window. There was white as far as the eye could see. And more coming down. As heavy wet snow. And the sky had the appearance that it has in the middle of January. There was no substantial accumulation. But, it snowed “on and off ” all day. And the snow continued into the evening.

    And it was cold. I was out today. And I had to dress as if were January of February. I wore an heavy winter coat, an hat, an scarf, and gloves. And I did not consider myself over – dressed.

  3. Barely eighteen months into a looming 88-year Super-Grand Solar Minimum through AD 2108, we ain’t seen nuttin’ yet. Already, bemused Finnish meteorologists note that unmelted 2020 snowfalls will begin accumulating successive winter layers from Summer 2021.

    On the heels of a 500-year Little Ice Age (LIA) from AD 1350 – 1850/1890, followed by diminishing 50-40-30-20 year “amplitude compression” phases of a 140-year LIA rebound through 2030, episodically extreme regional temperature-swings will shade to 102-kiloyears of Pliocene-Pleistocene glaciations covering some 60% of Earth’s habitable landmasses with ice-sheets two miles thick. For the first time in 635 million years, this lagged plate-tectonic phenomenon dates back 3.6 million years, due to last another 18 – 24+ mega-orbits.

    As RWF so aptly notes, “dead sun” intervals increase global cloud-cover, overcast, by thinning this system’s solar magnetic field (SMF), reducing total solar irradiance (TSI) by impacting cosmic rays. This of course is Svensmark-Zharkova’s empirically verified thesis from 2006 – ’18 as well.

    Conjoined with Earth’s cyclical, in-progress geomagnetic pole-reversal, which further decreases planetary shielding, this effect will surely accelerate new Würmian-type glaciations. On this long-term, geophysically objective basis, the 12,550-year Holocene Interglacial Epoch –a typical interstadial remission skewed by the 1,200-year Younger Dryas “cold shock”– ended right on-schedule in 12,550 + 3,200 – 14,400 = AD 1350.

    In face of this reality, anyone positing anthropogenic global-warning is either a willful ignoramus or a mendacious fraud.

  4. i see the cali coast and upwards moaning about drought already
    might be time people learned to be thoughtful about water use all the time?
    waiting till a dam catchment is under 50% and then speaking up is bloody stupid

    • There is no drought in Calif. They,the commies, have declared a drought every year for control if the water. Quit believing the boob tube. Yeah,south is desert , DUH…north state gets a lot of precip

  5. Once again, seems to be some correlation between what’s happening and the ice-age map to the left of your web page. The extent of ice was much farther south in the eastern 1/2 of the U.S. than the west … flat topography in the midwest, means nothing to stop the arctic air once it starts! And don’t forget the southern hemisphere … they are getting hit with similar cold breakouts from the Antarctic. GSM is happening.

    • Indeed. Down here in Tasmania (Australia ) we are getting hit regularly now by polar vortex’s coming up from Antarctica. Last year we got hit with the coldest temps and heaviest snowfalls since the 1950’s

  6. Yup they sure can forget about the global warming scam!
    But as usual, the news outlets will find a way somehow to blame it on GW or your 15 watt porchlight in about a month from now! They usually wait for the first hot day in Texas in May or June and then scream about it.
    If I forget to brush my teeth, is that because of GW??

  7. I’m losing track. Is this still really late snow or normal now. Probably really late still for New York City flurries I’m guessing, or the suburbs there at least.

  8. The econuts don’t call it globull warming anymore. They call it climate change now. And yes, when it’s colder, its all due to that climate change. Even though the earth has suffered this problem since it’s very beginnings.

  9. Laurel, there’s no shortage of water; only a shortage of knowledge about primary water under the surface:
    “Primary water” is newly produced by chemical processes within the earth & has never been part of the surface hydrological cycle. Created when conditions are right to allow oxygen to combine with hydrogen, this water is continually being pushed up under great pressure from deep within the earth and finds its way toward the surface where there are fissures or faults. Japanese researchers reported in Science in March 2002 that the earth’s lower mantle may store about five times more water than its surface oceans.
    Pal Pauer of the Primary Water Institute, one of the world’s leading experts in tapping primary water, says a well sufficient to service an entire community could be dug and generating great volumes of water in a mere two or three days, at a cost of about $100,000. The entire state of California could be serviced for about $800 million.

    Deeper science link is here

    I’ve an incredible file on this occult science, have even visited one of the wells.

  10. I’m in north GA. I hit 30 on the 22nd and 32 on the 23rd. These are by far the latest freezes in the 25 years I’ve been living here.

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