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Adapt 2030 Ice Age Report: Bizarre weather phenomenon May 2020

The scene at Zogori on May 26.
The scene at Zogori on May 26.
May 2020 will be a month to remember and climate extremes are no exception. Cold and snow records shattered across the globe which indicate a reduction in growing season length. This happened during the Maunder Minimum in the 1600s and as the GSM intensifies today, we should expect crop yield reductions and sky high food prices.

Let me know what you think about the information presented, does it show a trend?


Snowflake Cold

14 all time low temperatures recorded in South Africa yesterday

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According to preliminary data from the South African Weather Service, a total of 14 new all-time monthly LOW temperature records were busted yesterday (May 28), versus the 0 for record high.

These record low May temperatures were set ACROSS the southernmost tip of Africa, although the east appears to have been disproportionately hit.

The "II AGR" weather station in Buffelspoort -located NW of Johannesburg- set a new "Lowest Minimum" temperature on Thursday, May 28 of -2C (35.6F) — a reading which comfortably usurped the station's previous all-time lowest May minimum of 0.9C (33.6F) set back on May 10, 1970.

Comment: See also: Sun's strongest solar flare since 2017, noctilucent clouds reach "rare" intensity over Sweden, cosmic rays up 18% since 2015


Norway suffers snowiest winter since 1958 - "Still absurd amounts of snow in the mountains right now"

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Recently released data from the Norwegian government has revealed this past winter was Norway's snowiest for over 60 years. And now, news website latestfromeurope.com reports that preparations are being put in place to deal with the "huge flooding this summer as the snow melts" — an event climate alarmists will no doubt cite as further evidence of their imagined heat-induced Apocalypse, so look forward to that...

According to official government data, you have to go all the way back to 1958 to find a winter with more snow than 2020.

In addition, the month of May is continuing that snowy trend, seeing "more than three times as much snow as usual in many places," said Heidi Bakke Stranden, spokeswoman for the Norwegian Water Resources and Energy Directorate. "Where it's usually one meter, it's three meters today. Compared to last year it is like night and day," she added.


Temperature extremes: India wilts under heatwave as temperature hits 50 degrees Celsius

Some Delhi men escaped the heat of the day by resting in the shade of trees
Some Delhi men escaped the heat of the day by resting in the shade of trees
India is wilting under a heatwave, with the temperature in places reaching 50 degrees Celsius and the capital enduring its hottest May day in nearly two decades.

The hot spell is projected to scorch northern India for several more days, the Meteorological Department said late Tuesday (May 26), "with severe heat wave conditions in isolated pockets".

As global temperatures rise, heatwaves are a regular menace in the country - particularly in May and June. Last year dozens of people died.

Met officials said Churu in the northern state of Rajasthan was the hottest place on record on Tuesday, at 50 Celsius, while parts of Punjab, Haryana and Uttar Pradesh sweltered in the high 40s.


Adapt 2030 Ice Age Report: Above the ecliptic energetic changes are now visible

Above the ecliptic
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It's as if governments around the planet know that the energetic changes sweeping our solar system and the spiral arm of our galaxy will usher in changes that will naturally reset humanity. This explains the unbelievably reckless money printing and ripping apart of the global economy unchecked. The Hollywood-esque headlines need to become more and more distracting to keep the populace unaware until they are not.

Comment: For more information on this and much more read, Earth Changes and the Human-Cosmic Connection by Pierre Lescaudron and Laura Knight-Jadczyk.


Meili Mountain Park in China closes after heavy snowfall, rain

Meili Snow Mountains in Deqen County, southwest China's Yunnan Province.

Meili Snow Mountains in Deqen County, southwest China's Yunnan Province.
On Tuesday May 26th southwest China's Yunnan Province bad weather forced authorities to lock Meili Snow Mountain National Park in Deqin County.

On Wednesday May 27th local authorities stated that the park's inside and outside roads suffered damage due to the continuous rain and heavy snow, and to guarantee the security of tourists and pilgrims, publicity department mentioned that the company operating the park carried out urgent situation effort.


Blanket of snow covers northern Greece in late May

The scene at Zogori on May 26.
The scene at Zogori on May 26.
Areas of north-western Greece were covered in snow on Tuesday, as severe weather, bringing thunder, lightning and heavy rain slammed into several other regions of the country.

Heavy snowfall at the the region of Zagori, near Ioannina, turned the landscape wintery. According to residents of the area, the snow reached 10cm while temperatures dropped to 2°C.

Roads were covered in snow and driving conditions were particularly difficult.


Snow shuts down major roads in Eastern Cape, South Africa

Matroosberg area
© Matroosberg Reserve, Facebook
Matroosberg area
Dangerous driving conditions due to consistent snowfall in the Eastern Cape has forced provincial transport authorities to close parts of major roads in the province.

Transport department spokesperson Khusela Rantjie announced on Tuesday night that the N9 between Graaff-Reinet and Middelburg, and the R61 between Cradock and the N9 would be closed off with immediate effect.

This comes as the SA Weather Service in Port Elizabeth warned of disruptive snowfalls on high grounds of the Eastern Cape on Tuesday night.


Ice Age Farmer Report: SOLAR LOCKDOWN: Plandemic & Grand Solar Minimum

A "SOLAR LOCKDOWN" has been announced across media outlets, and Forbes even declares we should fear! But why? And what is a Grand Solar Minimum anyway? Christian breaks down how the script is now in play for food shortages and offers a refresher on the impact of solar cycles.



End of May snowfall at Prokoško Lake, Bosnia and Herzegovina

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Snow fell on Prokosko Lake on Tuesday, Avaz news portal reports.

A sudden change in the weather and cooling also caused snow in the higher parts of Bosnia and Herzegovina.