Tag: Weather

Halftime: Germany May Mean Temperature Running 7th Coldest Since 1881 – More Snow In The Forecast!

Wet, cold…very little sunshine. That’s been the month of May so far for many parts of Europe The halfway point of May has been reached and Snowfan here has looked at the the mean temperature so far this month in Germany. Citing the German DWD national weather service, he reports: May in Germany so far […]

New Study Crushes IPCC Alarm…Hails A 22% Global Decline In Natural Disaster Death Risk Since 1990s

With data showing individual death risk from natural disasters (floods, droughts, hurricanes, tornadoes…) declined from 7.2 per million population in the 1990s to 5.6 in the 2010s, a new study takes aim at the IPCC’s “subjective opinion” labeling method in the manufacture of climate alarm. Per an exhaustive data analysis (Broccard, 2021), both the global-scale […]

Absent Spring: First Day Looks Like Mid Winter From Siberia To Spain, Canada Near 100% Blanketed!

The official start of spring comes this weekend. But you wouldn’t know it looking out the window in many places. Hat-tip: Snowfan The CFSv2 predicts a continuous snow cover from Siberia over Eastern and Central Europe to Spain for the calendrical beginning of spring on March 20, 2021 and days beyond. It’ll be pure March […]

Yawn…Central Europe Sees Near Normal Summer As Earlier Predictions Of Record Heat, Drought Fail

Earlier this year in spring, the WMO and others warned of another record hot summer and drought. The German media went bonkers in response warning that 2020 could even be hotter and drier than the 2018 and 2019 summers. But now that the meteorological summer (June 1 – August 31) has ended, the data show […]

German Green Party Co-Chairperson Declares Heat Wave With Temps In 20s, Snow In Forecast!

Low pressure system “Jantra“ is about to bring an early preview of fall across Central Europe as it readies to sweep in cold, wet weather.  Hat tip: Snowfan The following NOAA GFS chart shows the accumulated amount of precipitation forecast for Europe from now until September 1st in millimetres of rain: Source: WO-GFS-forecast Snow! Moreover, […]

Snow In Alps Down To 2300 Meters Elevation – In August! July In Germany Comes In Cool

It’s been a rather cool summer in much of Europe so far. And just before some hot weather is about to sweep across Central Europe starting tomorrow, winter made a brief comeback – at the peak of summer – in the Alps! Image for illustration only. Source: NASA Snow down to 2300 meters “At high […]

The Coldest Temperatures Since the 1960s Responsible For A Rapid Rise In Recent Cold-Weather Deaths

A new study finds China’s 2016 “cold wave” – a sudden 6°C temperature plunge below the average, sustained over several days – resulted in a dramatic increase in cold-related deaths for a period of 5 weeks. Since the 1980s, there have been 20 times more deaths attributable to cold weather than to hot weather (Gaspirrini […]

North Germany Cool Summer: Max Daily Temp Finally Reaches 80°F First Time This July

Germany has been seeing the opposite of the hotly projected “another record hot” summer the media blared on about earlier in May. Instead it’s been pretty cool this month. Looking at the maximum temperatures reached so far this month at major northern Germany cities, today is the first for many to see readings finally hit […]

“Rare” May Snow & Cold Forecast Silences Climate Alarmists: “Over A Foot Of Snow” In Maine

Unusual cold and snow are expected to sweep across North America and Europe over the coming days, thus threatening crops.  Not that mid May is approaching, global warming alarmists tell us we should already be expecting heat waves. But right now the opposite is in the forecast: snow and extreme cold! Who would have thought? […]

Easter Season Cold, Frost Ends Onset Of European Spring… And Italy Air Quality WORSENS After Curfew!

Widespread frost to grip Europe The past winter has been an unusually mild one for most of Europe, which has led many people to think spring was here to stay. But the weather pattern has since switched. Instead of westerly winds bringing mild temperatures and rains across Europe, as they did all winter long, we […]