Rare ice fog gripped the northern Chinese city of Mohe after temperatures plunged to a bitter -43.5C (-46.3F) on Dec 6, Chinese media reported.
Authorities were subsequently forced to issue the city’s first-ever red warning for cold weather, with the Heilongjiang Meteorological Bureau also quick off the mark to issue an orange warning for the entire province.
Mohe is located in the Heilongjiang Province bordering Russia, and is the northernmost city in the country. It’s often referred to as “China’s Arctic town” where winter begins in mid-October and lasts until late April.
When a subarctic climate city like Mohe complains of the cold, you know something’s afoot.
History is repeating, folks.
Cold times are returning.
Grand Solar Minimum
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