Second Blizzard This Week: More Global Warming News

We had well over a foot of snow here on my mountain and in Western Mass., double that.  Millions of people along the Northeast lost power due to branches that still had leaves, falling onto wires.  One man was electrocuted by fallen wires, a friend of ours, fleeing their home in Conn. had a tree branch fall on their windshield, breaking it.  This is most unusual to have this sort of cold and snow before Halloween.  The fact that we had not one but two entirely different snow storms in less than 5 days is extremely unusual.


The track of this latest storm followed the same track most of the previous, very snowy winter followed.  That is, the storm forms over the central Southeast or the Gulf and then joins a storm moving from the Great Plains and West Coast to balloon into a huge snow storm event when it reaches Washington, DC.  This happens to be the same track our hurricanes took this year, too.  No surprise that this track is continuing.


The ENSO ocean temperature models has a lot to do with this, that is, the Pacific Ocean off of Peru is welling up cold water, not an El Nino warm water event.  Meanwhile, the Atlantic is warm whereas the Gulf of Mexico has been quite hostile to hurricanes.  Even the last hurricane that menaced Mexico petered out when it strayed into the Gulf of Mexico and turned around and fled to warmer waters!


So, I expect this to be a most snowy winter due to the ocean conditions coupled with volcanic activity in the Northern Hemisphere as well as ongoing burps from various volcanoes in South America, Africa and Asia.  Sufficient fine volcanic dust and chemicals in the high stratosphere will create snowy conditions in North America and Europe.  This, of course, doesn’t fit the global warming models too well.



Tonight, for example, it is going down to 17 degrees which is January weather.  This isn’t snow and then melting fast due to it being unusually warm.  This is…brrrr….very cold indeed.  Worse, Thursday and Friday: more snow!  This is NOT normal at all but then, when we had volcanic activity in the past, such as mega-eruptions, there are no summers and this happened in the last 200 years, too, not the far, distant-mastadon past but during the Napoleonic Wars era.


I warned the global warming people to not ignore volcanoes.  I warned them all that if they don’t come honestly to people when discussing this topic, all we needed was one volcanic eruption and people would turn on the scientists.  Instead, the global warming people tried to eliminate the Little Ice Age, for example.  Explain it away.  This was a fatal mistake, one that still hasn’t been rectified.  That is, apologized for even trying to to erase this important history of our climate.


So here we are: people are grumbling about too much snow and it isn’t even Halloween, yet.  And I was out snowplowing today in deep snow, worried sick that this is a harbinger for a hard winter.

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20 responses to “Second Blizzard This Week: More Global Warming News

  1. Judah

    Maybe they are wise to leave the volcanoes out of popular media. I can just picture some idiot politician, forced to accept global warming, saying… “Well everything will be fixed if we just nuke a volcano until eruption, right? Let’s do that!”

  2. Peter

    Thanks for informing us of the IRIS site,Elaine.
    Very good graphics,easy to understand.
    Only thing is….I keep looking at our BC coast…earthquakes to the north of us in Alaska,and south of us in California.But our part of the coast is quiet…too quiet.The Cascadia fault is just sitting there …they say it is locked and building up pressure.Tick tock tick tock.
    I still remember hearing MT St Helen go off ,pretty good boom here,thought it was blasting.

  3. JimmyJ

    This month, Dr. Klemetti’s ‘Eruptions’ blog is calling for questions he will forward to an Andean volcano and wordlwide supervolcano expert, Dr. Shanaka de Silva in early November. This is open to any reader.

  4. Ritchie

    Strange, it is very warm here in Brittany for the time of year.


  5. zip

    Hello Ritchie
    you should look at the NAO to tell the weather in UK (or holland), when it drops below 0 we get arctic winds, and hence colds

    so it is ok until now….but for how long??

  6. LA radio announces ‘1000 trees in Central Park down or damaged’.

  7. phil

    Trees are falling down here in the Northeast all over the place.

    Could they be diseased? Could they have psychosemeticosis?

    Are not aluminum chemtrails lethal to all plants and animals?

    Yup, to all three questions.

  8. they said its the LEAVES that made the branches heavy….Oct. blizzard

  9. payattention

    The circus tricks are becoming more obvious now to all. From ‘bad lieutenant on ZH’

    “Once upon a time in a village, a man appeared and announced to the villagers that he would buy monkeys for $10 each. The villagers, seeing that there were many monkeys around, went out to the forest, and started catching them. The man bought thousands at $10, and as supply started to diminish, the villagers stopped their effort. He further announced that he would now buy at $20.

    This renewed the efforts of the villagers and they started catching monkeys again. Soon the supply diminished even further, and people started going back to their farms. The offer increased to $25 each, and the supply of monkeys became so little that it was an effort to even see a monkey, let alone catch it!

    The man now announced that he would buy monkeys at $50! However, since he had to go to the city on some business, his assistant would now buy on his behalf. In the absence of the man, the assistant told the villagers, ‘Look at all these monkeys in the big cage that the man has collected. I will sell them to you at $35 and when the man returns from the city, you can sell them to him for $50 each.’

    The villagers rounded up all their savings and bought all the monkeys. Then they never saw the man nor his assistant, only monkeys everywhere! Now you have a better understanding of how the stock market works.”
    – Author unknown

  10. payattention

    Forgot.. your favorite central bank just moved its currency by 4% in one hour. While Shurokawa may think this is extremely clever and profitable for his sake pals who got the word this morning, it makes it very difficult to know how to price anything, if one is a real business that depends on real products coming in at predictable prices. While Japan benefitted from being the carry funder for two decades, did they not expect that their counterfitting would come back at them? Every game has to have an ending after all.

  11. Peter

    If you were paying attention you would notice your comments have nothing to do with the post in question.I see this all the time…but why???????

  12. mobax

    Here in Manitoba, Canada, we have had a mild autumn. Typically, it snows on Hallo’een, with high daily temps near the 35 degree mark. Today will reach high of 48 degrees. Spring, though was different story with precipitation MUCH higher than normal with significant flooding.


  13. tio

    Scientist who said climate change sceptics had been proved wrong accused of hiding truth by colleague

    A rolling bandwagon garners many funds .. or .. thou shalt have a global tax?

  14. @Pay

    Never heard the monkey story before. I think the free flow of information provided by the internet has come slightly too late in the timeline of history for us sheeple to do anything about TPTB and their stranglehold on us through the power of finance.

  15. Urban Roman

    Global warming is not about the weather this week at your current location. It is also not about the cosmic neighborhood, even though said cosmos definitely has some influence.

    Here are some nice pictures from northern Europe:

    As for the financial fraud that is offered up as a solution, no, it will not change the picture.

    But it would be a good idea to apply taxes and tariffs to fossil fuels for several reasons:
    1. The above-mentioned anthropogenic climate effects;
    2. To stop sending barge loads of cash to countries where they don’t like us very much;
    3. Because it will encourage development in alternative energy.
    We will not do anything until it is way too late, but we need to stop subsidizing the fossil fuel industries with their fracking and their blown-out underwater wells and their air pollution and their foreign wars.

  16. I agree Urban Roman…its about World Climate..not Local Weather..

  17. emsnews

    Except I live where there were the biggest glaciers on earth during the last three Ice Ages! So it matters…A LOT.

  18. 90404

    you can move!
    Glaciers= Ice Sheets a mile thick….
    so it wont be too soon? eh?

  19. 90404

    I read the 1000 felled trees in Central Park will be burned, or have been.

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