Hey Climate Alarmists — Why Aren’t You Reporting THIS Record-Setting Weather?

Written by Wes Walker on November 6, 2019

If WARMING is the terror that keeps children from sleeping at night, record COLD should be a sign of GOOD news, right?

But why would anyone report good news when the real goal is producing the PANIC the Left needs for free citizens to voluntarily yield greater and greater power to an all-devouring government.

So it should come as no surprise that it was little noted by any of our favorite alarmists that October was an especially cold month. This cold is not the result of some sort of a climate anomaly due to human activity. It has a very sensible explanation. The sun is very quiet right now.

According to official NOAA data, more than twelve-hundred monthly low temperature records fell ACROSS the U.S. in October 2019 — multiple Arctic air masses rode anomalously-far south on the back of a wavy jet stream flow, itself associated with historically low solar activity.

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The sun is currently in its deepest solar minimum of the past 100+ years, and the jet stream has weakened as a result; its usual tight ‘zonal’ flow has more-often-than-not reverted to a loose ‘meridional’ one. This wavy flow has diverted brutal Arctic air into the lower-latitudes, and is responsible for the U.S. either busting or tying a staggering 1204 all-time MONTHLY low temperature records in October 2019 (double the number of new heat records).
Source: Electroverse

We’re busting temperature records that are more than a century old. In the Month of October:

— Eureka, Nevada broke a record set in 1971, and is the lowest recorded temperature in 131 years of recorded data.
— Lamar Colorado broke 1991’s record, marking the coldest day since we started collecting records 126 years ago.
— Haskell Texas blew past the record set in 1917, setting a new benchmark in books that have been kept since 1893.

Furthermore, many other towns and cities achieved the even-more impressive feat of averaging their coldest Octobers on record (for the month as a whole):

Spokane, WA just suffered its coldest October-ever in record books dating back to 1881. The National Weather Service data confirms the average temperature of 42.3F (5.7C) observed last month broke the city’s all-time record of 42.8F (6C) set way back in October 1905 (the Centennial Minimum).

Also worth nothing is that three out of four of Spokane’s coldest Octobers ever (in 138 years of records) have occurred this century — including 2002 and 2009.
Source: Electroverse

So if the temperatures are going lower, we can all relax now, right? Of course not. If anything, this will give them a new low benchmark against which to show us just HOW much the temperatures have risen by this time next year. (Record low temperatures will be conveniently left out of the conversation, we can safely predict.)

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