October 2018 -March 8th 2019
Northern Hemisphere Winter Headlines.
Below is a compilation of winter headlines, there are many more, yet for the purposes of this post i have only included these. I have also left out of the mix the unusual warming recorded in the month of February 2019 experienced in the UK. Why?
The unusual warmth in small regions of the Northern hemisphere pale in comparison to the cold events occuring. To describe and promote isolated warming events as human induced climate change from global warming is simply ignoring the overwhelming & abundant evidence of a greater in magnitude cooling event over a warming one.
November 22, 2018
Record snowfall in Israel
Turkey – Snow thickness reaches 2 meters bring life to a standstill
Freezing cold and snow ravage North-western Tunisia
Alligators frozen in place with their snouts above the ice so they can breathe
Historic snowfall in Hamilton, Ontario
Temperatures 50 degrees below average Minnesota
Extreme Cold Breaks Daily Temperature Records Across Illinois
30th Jan 2019
Record-shattering Arctic blast keeps the Midwest in a deep freeze
31st Jan 2019
Coldest air mass ever recorded in Hokkaido grips prefecture
Feb 8th 2019
Hawaii recorded what may be the lowest elevation snow in state history
February 11, 2019
21 temperature records broken as arctic chill lingers in B.C.
Feb. 13, 2019
Jackson Wyoming Breaks February Snowfall Record
Oregon city sets snowfall record for entire month
Snow too thick to plow keeps skiers from California resorts
February 16, 2019
Record snowfall in Idaho for entire month
Sierra ski resort hits 300 inches of snowfall in February, and that smashed monthly records
FEBRUARY 27, 2019
National Weather Service: Record-breaking snowfall in Medford and Roseburg
February 27, 2019
Massive amounts of snow, rainfall break records across Idaho
February 28, 2019
March roars in like a lion: Millions to endure coast-to-coast snow, then ‘punishing’ blast of record cold
March 1, 2019
Record February snow Upper Midwest
March 2, 2019
Kennewick temperature plunge breaks 123-year record.
More snow expected this week
March 4, 2019