Sunday, September 29 was a record breaking day for many areas of NW Oregon/SW Washington.
The National Weather Service (NWS) has confirmed that temperatures in downtown Portland, OR reached a high of just 10C (50F) on Sunday which ties the record for all-time coldest September day set back in 1934 (solar minimum of cycle 16)
That reading also busts the old daily record lowest high for Sept 29 — the 12.2C (54F) set in 1971.
Furthermore, at least another five all-time low temperature records were toppled in the region on Sunday, according to NWS data — at Portland Airport, Hillsboro, Troutdale, McMinnville, and Astoria.
To clarify, the above cities set new all-time never-before-seen lows for the month of September in record books going back well-over 100 years.
The cold times are returning, in line with historically low solar activity.
There is no such thing as CO2-induced warming, let alone catastrophic warming.
It is a lie, likely perpetrated in an effort to redistribute global wealth.
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