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Big snowfall totals at ski resorts in Australia - up to 3.5 feet in 5 days

Falls creek

Falls Creek
Nearly a week of heavy snowfalls have brought great powder snow conditions to the slopes of Australia and total accumulations of more than a metre at some areas.

Aussie ski areas have been giving the huge snowstorm different names, some going for "Polar Express" others "The Godzilla Snow Storm."

Thredbo Resort has been one of the big winners with nearly three feet of snowfall since last Wednesday. It reported 15cm (6 inches) last night taking storm total there to 85cm (34 inches).

However Perisher has posted the biggest total at 106cm (3.5 feet).

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July snowfall on Mount Mussala in Bulgaria

Mount Mussala on July 14, 2019.

Mount Mussala on July 14, 2019.
Snow fell on Mount Mussala, the highest peak in Bulgaria, overnight into July 14 as much of the country faced warnings of potentially hazardous weather because of forecast heavy rain and thunderstorms.

There was enough snow on the peak of Mussala, which has an altitude of 2925m, to make snowmen, reports on July 14 said.

Temperatures at the peak have fallen below zero degrees Celsius in recent days.


Ice Age Farmer Report: Economic collapse 2020 - Cosmic "Perfect Storm" cause rising food prices

The continuing devastation to crops globally is causing food prices to rise, and ultimately will push the troubled global economy over the edge.

The powers that be plan for (and welcome) this, in order to lock people down and maximize the efficacy of their blood sacrifice.

Start growing food now.



Record cold in Hungary

Not just for an individual town, but apparently for the entire country.

10 July 2019 - Not only are Poles struggling with the cold, the national weather service reported that in the village of Zabar in Northern Hungary, the lowest temperatures were recorded on July 10 in history. Thermometers showed 3.5 degrees Celsius.

The previous low for the 10th of July in Hungary was set in 2000 in the village of Gagyvendegi, when the thermometer showed 4.3 degrees Celsius.

Thanks to X5266 for this link


July snow in Romania

Pietrosul Rodnei Peak
A sudden drop in temperatures led snow to Pietrosul Rodnei Peak in Maramureş County...and it may happen again over the next few nights.

Mayor Sorin Timis of Borsa published a photo on Facebook announcing the "first snow".

The mayor said it was the first summer snowfall on Pietrosul Rodnei Peak in 15 years, since August 2004.

Over the next few nights the temperature will continue to drop, so it is possible to snow again on the Pietrosul Rodnei Peak.


July snow in Poland - Nobody expected this!

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Poland Kasprowy Wierch in the snow. Nobody expected this!

10 July 2019 - "Snow in July sounds like a joke, but it's not a joke!" writes Jakub Orzechowski. "This summer is still amazing! After breaking records of heat, alternating storms and rain with hail, it's time for snow and record low temperatures."

"The situation changed by 180 degrees at the turn of June and July. For some time we have been dealing mainly with cooling. However, no one expected that it would snow in Poland.

"Snow in July - this surprised everyone. We remember times when it fell in April or even in May, but not during summer vacation.

Comment: Just over the border from Poland in nearby Slovakia but the over the same (Tatra) mountain range on the day following the above report, this footage emerged on social media:


Another summer snowfall surprise for Turkey

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Mehmet Gurler from Bayirbag village expressed his surprise. "For the first time in my life, I saw snow in the mountains. I'm shocked. It was raining in the morning, it snowed to the high spots."

The snow surprise took place in Erzincan on the eighth of July in the Monk Mountains.

The summit of the Kesis Mountains, which turned white, could be clearly seen from Bayirbag Village of Uzumlu district of Erzincan.

Thanks to Emviem for these links


Adapt 2030 Ice Age Report: Global volcanic feedback loop now causing unusual cold temperatures

Volcán Raikoke visto desde el espacio
An astronaut's photo of the Raikoke volcano erupting on June 22, 2019.
It is apparent that the feedback loop of volcanic ash in Earth's atmosphere is beginning to cool areas of the planet in the wrong season along with larger hail formation. The recent VEI 4 at Ulwun in Papua New Guinea and 20+ other eruptions of ash to 50,000 ft+ are having a cumulative effect. The Grand Solar Minimum - Cosmic Ray Effect are now in play. The cooling has begun in earnest.

Climate Revolution is a 'Must Read' for understanding our Sun driven climate as we progress deeper into the new Eddy Grand Solar Minimum. Weather extremes leading to Global food scarcity and high food prices are here now, and this book describes the expected changes, how to survive & thrive during future challenging times with practical preparations.

Comment: With the wandering poles, a significant weakening of Earth's magnetic field and cosmic rays rising for the fourth consecutive year, scientists are predicting that a geomagnetic shift is in process. At the same time we're seeing more extreme weather events, as well as an overall drop in temperatures around the globe, incredible hail storms, along with a variety of other unusual phenomena. Also check out SOTT radio's: Behind the Headlines: Earth changes in an electric universe: Is climate change really man-made?

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Record cold in Brazil

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The thermometer reached -9.2°C at the station Epagri-Ciram in Urupema, the lowest temperature ever recorded. The previous record of -8.8°C was set on June 28, 2011.

If I'm reading this correctly, this is the coldest temperature ever recorded in Urepema. Not just for the day, not just for the month, but EVER.

Urupema is a municipality in the state of Santa Catarina in the South region of Brazil.

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Several record temperature lows in the Trans-Baikal territory, Russia

5 July 2019 - In Char, the thermometer dropped to 1.9°C, a new absolute minimum, the previous + 2.4 was observed nineteen years ago.

Mogocha saw a weak frost of -0.8°C, easily beating the previous minimum for this day of +2.3°C set in 1965.

In Sretensk on July 5 a new record low of +4.8, which is 1.7 degrees lower than the previous one set in 1965.