Sunday, December 31, 2017

Happy Freezin’ New Year: Canada’s (Most of the US too) Extreme Cold To Extend into 2018

So, it’s been a week of extreme cold already.... Starting December 25th and still going. News from the local FREEZE- This morning hubby and I were out to take our daughter to the GO stop in St Kitts aka St Catharines.

 It was -24 C or -11 F at 8:00 am December 31/2017. Wind chill sitting at -29 C
 It is presently 1:08 pm EST and it's -15 Celsius or 5 Fahrenheit 


Gosh that map makes me think of the glaciation maps during the last ice age...

The image above shows Alaska as being "mild". However that is measured?

You'll  notice that Alaska was not totally glaciated. As above, so below.
However, where I live, it was! Miles deep of ice.


The Laurentide Ice Sheet extended well into the US too!

Cold in Canada & US to Extend Into 2018

As we move into the new year, it looks like the cold temperatures are going to be coming with us.

According to Brett Anderson, senior meteorologist with AccuWeather, 80 per cent of Canada will experience temperatures significantly below normal over the next one to two weeks.

“On average, we’re probably looking at temperature anywhere from 6 C to 12 C below normal, which is pretty significant for the next ten days or so, on average,” Anderson said.

This widespread cold air mass concentrated across the eastern two thirds of North America, going all the way down to Texas and Florida, is the coldest relative to normal in the northern hemisphere, with Europe seeing near to above normal temperatures this winter.

“The coldest air relative to normal is going to be centered right across much of North America over the next one to two weeks,” Anderson said. “This large area of cold air is pretty rare, you don’t see them too often.”

Various parts of Canada

Ottawa and region- Cancelled the New Years Eve Festivities
A Canada 150 celebration on Parliament Hill, along with many outdoor events across the city, have already been cancelled due to extreme cold.

Montreal: Extreme Cold To Last into the New Year


The extreme cold conditions will impact outdoor New Years Eve celebrations from coast to coast.


Extreme cold covers nearly two-thirds of North America on this New Years Eve, with widespread weather warnings in place from the Prairies to Atlantic Canada and into the deep southern US

Toronto
The year will be coming to a bitterly cold end in the City of Toronto.

At 4:37 a.m. today, Environment Canada continued its extreme cold warning, advising people to expect a “multiday episode of very cold wind chills”.

"A fresh surge of Arctic air is encompassing the entire province in its icy grip,” explained Environment Canada. “Although winds are relatively light, the extreme cold is expected to produce wind chill values below minus 30 this morning, and again tonight.
Energy Use Soars- Saskatchewan-

Cha-ching cha-ching the  carbon tax cash register rings!

“This is the greatest use we’ve seen ever in our history,” Burdeniuk remarked. “Usually when we have a peak day it will be one, maybe two days. To have seven in a row? That’s unheard of.”

While the cold is setting consumption records for SaskEnergy, it’s also going to leave a mark on people’s wallets

Multiple First Night Boston events canceled due to extreme cold

City of Cleveland to keep several 24-hour warming centers open due to extreme cold

St. Louis County ends carriage rides in extreme cold

One of the longest longest running AGW prediction  was disappeared from the net in 2015- It’s now 2017, so 17 years later the Global Warming Cult, led by banks and big oil along with their phony green shills, still couldn’t be more wrong, but, they can at least hide their lies. Which explains why I couldn’t find any sign of the wrong, as usual, claims.

“Children won’t know what snow is”

    However, the warming is so far manifesting itself more in winters which are less cold than in much hotter summers. According to Dr David Viner, a senior research scientist at the climatic research unit (CRU) of the University of East Anglia,within a few years winter snowfall will become “a very rare and exciting event”.
    “Children just aren’t going to know what snow is,” he said.

Record Breaking Winter Cold? Don’t Worry, the Climate Explainers Have it Covered

For temperatures and duration of chill...

A general interest story

Trekking to the South Pole- During the  beginning of the warm season

Qobin, 36, had trekked 85 kilometres of the 111-km journey on skis over five days, according to Datuk Akmar Hisham Mokhles, advisor of the 7 Continents Exploration Club (KE7B).

"I received a satellite telephone call from Qobin who informed me that the current expedition was his most difficult. The extreme cold, of negative 26 degrees Celsius, had numbed two fingers of his left hand and he cannot feel anything at all with them.
Thinking to myself as I read the Trekking news-, Wow... Extreme cold of negative 26 degrees Celsius in Antarctica- beginning of the warmer season- and my temperature today at 8:00 am was minus 24 celsius- beginning of winter.

"Qobin said several explorers from other groups had to be rescued and failed to complete their ski exploration to the South Pole due to the prolonged numbness of the hands and it is feared that they had suffered frostbite," he said in a statement here today.

Qobin began his trek over 111km to the South Pole last Friday.....

Happy Freezin’ New Year- Never Stop Questioning the Endless Stream of Lies!

4 comments:

  1. People who are agape at this cold weather either don't know the past weather or their too young to remember.

    30-40 years ago, in the US Midwest, we could count on a couple of Arctic blasts each year where temps would fall to 15-20+ F degrees below zero. And at least one blizzard per year, which we haven't had around here since around 1994.

    Last night, it dropped to a minus 6F, well below the cold of old.

    A little over a month ago, in November, around here it was so warm, dandelions were blooming and even tulips had popped out of the ground and started flowering.

    Back then, Winter's saw an average of 23" of snow. Last year, we got 2" and this Winter, less than 1".

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    1. Oh, I'm not agape of this weather, because I recall the '70's being quite cold- This weather reminds me of that- except it came to early.

      However I do not recall the ice age- haha I'm not that old!

      The point of these posts is to show the so called carbon heating the planet, agw is a fail. I was a concocted theory to push a specific agenda- control of carbon and carbon is all life.


      regarding ice age and map: Greg it indeed has been much colder here still- as I mentioned where I lived, during the ice age, my city and region, were under two miles of ice- I do not long for those "good old days". No one would.

      When you talk about those extreme cold winters, of I'm not sure what time period, you'd have to consider how harsh and difficult that was to get through. This winter cold snap has already resulted in dozens of deaths all over the place.
      It's going to hit us in the wallet- big time.
      Between heating the house and warming cars and I'm not sure if my battery will hold up as it continues. And people are dying- soon water mains will begin bursting.. and surely there will be affects I haven't even considered.

      Cold weather is way harder on us (and other living creatures) then warm


      https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2015/05/150520193831.htm

      Cold weather kills 20 times as many people as hot weather, according to an international study analyzing over 74 million deaths in 384 locations across 13 countries.


      http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/health/news/12015735/Winter-deaths-soar-as-elderly-suffer-in-cold-weather.html

      Winter deaths have reached a 15-year high amid warnings from experts that worse may be to come, amid growing pressures on NHS services.

      There were almost 44,000 “excess deaths” between December and March last year – the largest annual rise in such figures for almost five decades.

      In 2012/13, one of the worst winters on record, with the coldest March for 50 years - there were 31,000 excess deaths.

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  2. Here's one more thought: Iran is experiencing a warmer than normal Winter, making it perfect for riots to break out.
    Maybe this Northern Hemisphere cold blast is man-made?

    http://www.tehrantimes.com/news/419869/Warmer-winter-looms-large-amid-low-precipitation-high-air-pollution

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    1. Yah, I saw Iran is a bit warmer... I don't think the Northern Hemisphere cold blast is man made. It's too large in my opinion. I also question how it could be an Arctic blast when the Arctic is so warm. Allegedly.

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