Impressive Greenland SMB Gains; Bone-Chilling Lows Grip Northern India; + Australia’s Record-Cold May

Impressive Greenland SMB Gains

Following last season’s impressive performance, the Greenland ice sheet is at it again in 2022-23.

Throughout the month of May, a time when the Surface Mass Balance (SMB) readings would normally be trending down as we near the summer melt season, Greenland has instead formed an uptrend, culminating in Wednesday’s SMB gains of approx. 4 Gigatons — a new record for the time of year in Danish Meteorological Institute (DMI) books dating back to 1981.

After the season’s record-breaking start, Greenland’s snow/ice measurements now appear ready to post a strong close, too.

This is a similar setup to last season where summer also proved historically cold with frequent powerful snowstorms.

It also continues the ice sheet’s overall return to growth, after losing mass from 1996 to 2012.

Greenland Total Mass Balance (TMB): Return To Growth (chart has yet to include last season’s impressive gains which further advanced the ‘return to growth’).

The MSM has fallen eerily silent re. Greenland of late.

Unalarming glacial data doesn’t serve their hackneyed ‘catastrophism agenda’ all too well, and reporting on it honestly would risk halting the constant intravenous-dispensation of fear to the masses.

This is all the MSM are tasked with nowadays, perhaps it has always been the case; a population forever scared, always looking over their shoulder for the next ‘catastrophe’ threatening to ruin them are far easier to keep under the thumb, to own and control, to rule.

For more on last season’s impressive SMB gains, see the article below:

Bone-Chilling Lows Grip Northern India

India’s hill state of Himachal Pradesh has seen the mercury plummet to new monthly lows this week.

Typically, May is a time for blooming flowers and gentle breezes; this year, however, the month has delivered a rain-soaked spectacle –with the final week receiving 325% more than usual– and truly “bone-chilling temperatures … leaving both locals and tourists in awe,” reports

Dr. Surendra Paul, director of the Meteorological Center Shimla, said that due to the continuous rains a “huge drop in the temperature” has been observed — a drop of 7C in the average maximum across the state, with a drop of 4C in the minimum.

Keylong has posted the lowest temperature in recent days — an astonishing 4.8C; while Kalpa, Shimla, Kukumasiri, Bharmour, and Narkanda also all witnessed significant plunges.

Looking ahead, relief from the cold and rain will be a ways off.

India’s Meteorological Department has warned that temperatures will sink even further Friday and has put nine Himachal Pradesh districts on an orange alert as a result, followed by a yellow alert for the next three days.

Australia’s Record-Cold May

It’s been a professionally torrid time for Australia’s Bureau of Meteorology of late. Tasked with pushing a warming catastrophe upon an frustratingly-awake (not woke) public, Mother Nature is flat-out refusing to play ball.

May 2023 was exceptionally cold across the Aussie continent.

So cold, in fact, that well-over 100 weather stations registered their coldest May temperatures ever recorded.

Frosts extending as far north as tropical Queensland and the Northern Territory were commonplace throughout May, as were early-season dumpings of snow across the southeast ranges.

ABC meteorologist Tom Saunders said Sydney faced its coldest May since 1970, with the mean temperature parked at just 15C (59F); while the average minimum in the city was barely 10C (50F), according to Bom data, making it the coldest since 1957.

Elsewhere, Melbourne got in on the cold act, posting an anomalously-low mean of a little over 13C (55.4F).

Brisbane, too, continued its cooling trend.

Last winter (2022) was the city’s coldest winter in recorded history, and following colder-than-average months/seasons ever since, May 2023 has extended the stretch with an average minimum of 11.8C (53.2F) — its coldest May for 29 years, since 1994.

Canberra also endured frosty night-time lows, posting 18 minimums below the freezing mark. The capital city posted an overall mean of 7.8C, making for its coldest in over a decade. Darwin, too, suffered a colder-than-average month, as did Western and Southern burbs, such as Perth and Adelaide, respectively.

Though away from the Urban Heat Island effect, temperatures held far lower: Vast expanses of the Australian Outback, for example, logged average readings 10C below the monthly norm.

Australia’s warm-mongering Bureau of Meteorology got their autumn divinations spectacularly wrong, literally upside-down–as has been the case the past 7-or-so seasons, but maybe it’ll be eighth time lucky…? Winter 2023, according to the BoM, is not expected to drop below average with the agency calling for “a warmer than average June through August,” thanks, in no small part, to the influence of “rising global temperatures due to climate change”.

How much longer will this farce, this abject failure of a ‘theory’ be forwarded by our ungodly establishment?

Things are coming to a head –one way or another– as real-world observations continue to 1) upend the official messaging, and 2) awaken more and more folk to the wild discrepancies (lies) at play.

However, don’t expect a clean victory here, the elites will not lay down quietly — they have no reason to, their plan is working perfectly: Who among us will have the bent to question ‘suspect’ government temperature datasets when we’re too busy struggling to heat our homes and feed our families given purposely dwindling supplies of each of these basic necessities.

This is a controlled demolition of society, I have no doubt about it, a take-down of humanity’s hard, multi-century-earned prosperity in order for our parasitical overlords to ‘build back better’ in their name, alone.

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