As we reach an early peak in the current solar cycle, anomalous extreme weather and geological phenomena are intensifying alongside social and geopolitical unrest.

A rare quadruple solar flare exploded almost simultaneously on 23 April, followed by an X-class solar flare on 30 April, causing widespread radio blackouts across the Pacific region.

This activity could be responsible for some energetic events in the last part of April:
  • USA: Unusual tornado outbreak in at least 5 states.
  • Guangzhou, China: Unusually strong tornado kills 5, injures 33.
  • Saudi Arabia: Heavy rainfall and widespread flooding.
An unexpected drop in temperatures in some parts of the northern hemisphere led to unusually heavy snowfall in mid to late April. Unseasonably cold weather is expected to continue into May.

However, el Niño caused extreme heat, and dry conditions in parts of North, Central, and South America, affecting crops and leading to water rationing in some countries, such as Mexico and Colombia.

An earthquake measuring 7.4 on the Richter scale struck Taiwan's east coast on 3 April. More than 100 aftershocks, including one with a preliminary magnitude of 6.5, rattled the island. At least nine people were killed and more than 1,000 injured in the strongest earthquake to hit Taiwan in 25 years.

It is worth adding that Ventusky and other weather mapping systems picked up two large wave anomalies between Antarctica and southern Africa on the 10th and 25th of April. Ventusky tried to sweep the first one under the rug, but there was silence after the second. These events have led to much speculation, but the patterns and measurements most likely indicate massive outgassing.
antartic anomaly
All this and more in our SOTT Earth Changes Summary for April 2024:

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