Early season snows have fallen on China’s northernmost city of Mohe, Heilongjiang Province. The city is considered China’s coldest with a record low of -52.3C (-62.14F) on its books from Feb, 1962.
Mohe’s ‘first snow’ of the 2019-20 season arrived on Sunday, Sept 15.
According to the local meteorological department, this was some 25 days earlier than last years:
“It’s my first time in Mohe,” said a tourist from Beijing.
“I originally planned to experience the cool and colorful autumn. I never imagined that I would enjoy wintertime in advance.”
Mohe’s anomalous cold is forecast to linger throughout the week, with lows of –3C (37.4F) predicted.
In addition, Qinghe County, located some 5,000 km (3,100 miles) away in the NW region of Xinjiang Uygur, also witnessed a shock drop in temperatures and some early season snow this week.
Qinghe’s ‘first snow’ doesn’t usually fall until October.
Tourists reportedly flocked to the region’s hills to experience the yurts and pine trees coated in the healthy dusting of rare September powder.
The cold times are returning, in line with historically low solar activity.
Even NASA agrees, in part at least, with their SC25 forecast revealing this next solar cycle will be “the weakest of the past 200 years” (for more on that click the article at the bottom of the page):
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