Starting tomorrow, Sept 6, a series of cold air masses looks set to engulf practically ALL of Greenland for the remainder of September — it’ll be worth checking-in on the DMI’s “Latest Greenland Ice Sheet Totals” chart over the next few weeks (located in the sidebar of Electroverse) for the associated spikes.
Temperatures across the entire island are forecast to hold as much as 16C below average from Sept 06 until at least Sept 21, with heavy snow (18+ inches) expected in the south.
GFS TEMP ANOMALIES (up to 16C below-norm):
This season’s Ice Sheet Gains and Loses chart (from the DMI) has just been rolled out.
September 2019’s icy forecast looks set to give the 2019-20 SMB one-heck of a healthy start.
I look forward to the MSM reporting on this in the coming weeks — our popular news outlets have painted such a gloomy picture during what was a normal summer melt season that, in the pursuit of impartiality, this latest news should be greeted with wild celebrations and perhaps even a jamboree.
The cold times are returning, in line with historically low solar activity.
NASA has come out and said this next solar cycle (25) “will be the weakest of the past 200 years”:
The time to prepare is now.
Grand Solar Minimum + Pole Shift
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