The Grand Solar Minimum appears to have its icy grip firmly around Marquette, Michigan this year with cold weather records tumbling left, right, and center.
The city has received 227.5 inches (19 feet) of snow this season, well-above the 203.9 inches average, and the whopping 5.4 inches that fell on May 01 smashed the all-time daily snowfall record of 1.2 inches set in 2005. In addition, the city has also busted the 1970 record for the longest streak of days with temperatures holding below 15.5C (60F) — see links below.
And now there’s yet another cold weather record under threat, with Marquette currently experiencing its second-longest streak of temperatures below 21C (70F).
The last time temperatures reached at least 21 degrees Celsius (70F) was September, 17, 2018 — some 239 days ago.
The current record-longest streak stands at 252 days, which will be tied if the mercury does not climb to at least 21C (70F) by May 28.
And based on the latest mid-range forecasts, it looks probable that a new record will be set.
Stay tuned for updates.
Grand Solar Minimum + Pole Shift
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