Almost 8 inches (20 cm) of snow, SMASHING the previous record of nine centimetres.
“A raging snowstorm going on TODAY in Gillam Manitoba, Canada,” says reader. “The bubble is about to burst. What goes up must come down and (temps) always have as in world climate records. Writing’s on the wall for all the warmists to see.”
“Gilliam has recorded snow in June before,” says Rob Davis, a meteorologist at The Weather Network, “but the historical average is 3 centimetres, spread out over the entire month.”
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“This snow will be reflecting the energy from the direct sunlight that that latitude is receiving,” says Alex. “Prepare for an ice age.”