This is starting to look ominous. Record snowfalls across the Northern Hemisphere. So much for all that CO2 caused warming. The global warming scam is all but over! Delingpole can tell it like it is, at a UK press conference.
[…]They hated it. (Especially the bit where Ebell told them that Trump would definitely be pulling the U.S. out of the Paris climate treaty) They couldn’t believe what they were hearing. They curled their lips. They laced their questions with the bitterest scorn. But they didn’t really tune into Ebell’s measured, silken, soft-spoken answers because, hell, they knew what he was saying just had to be wrong and they didn’t really understand what he meant anyway.
The reporter who set the tone – and if nothing else, you’ve got to admire his honesty – was the one from Channel 4 News who told Ebell: “It will occur to you that this room is full of people like myself who consider that nothing you say has any basis in fact. So what you’ve been telling us is essentially meaningless.”
The next mini-ice-age is looking a bit ominous, so it’s a double-whammy for the true believers. Those same journalists should be asked why they haven’t a condo in Siberia yet. Ice Age Now, compiles this:
Blizzard warnings – Extreme wind chill values down to -55 C (-67 F) Continue reading Cold returning to northern Canada.
“Whatever, the sign says, it doesn’t help very much,” say Jake Gronseth and Rex Berkey, who uploaded the photo of the buried sign. Continue reading So much snow that it buried an avalanche warning sign 11-feet snow depth in Gurez – Avalanches kill 18, so far Continue reading Record snowfall in Kashmir Two passes between Durango and Silverton have received more snow this month than any other January since at least 1993, when records began. Continue reading Record snowfall in Western Colorado Current snow depths more typical of peak numbers in April Continue reading Near record-breaking snowpack in Utah As much as $100 million in damages after dozens of onion storage sheds and facilities collapse during the harshest winter in memory. Continue reading Snow causes catastrophic loss to onion crop Japan blanketed by intense sea-effect snow. Highways cut, millions of people stranded, power outages. Continue reading Full year’s worth of snow in one day – Video
Cut off from the outside world for the fourth consecutive day.Continue reading India – Record snowfall cuts off Kashmir Valley
Well, all that is a worry. Golly, even in Tropical Broome the long time January average maximum temperature remained below the average for 26 days. Then in the middle of the Kimberley:
“Another one that’s really extreme is Fitzroy Crossing… the average rainfall for January is 176 millimetres, and they’ve had 281 millimetres. The other thing that’s interesting is that in January their average maximum daily 37.6, and their average has been 34.5, so three degrees below average.” (ABC)