Heavy Snow Pounds Mt Hutt, New Zealand
Following the arrival of polar blast, the ‘Land of the Long White Cloud’ has been blessed with a big snow dump.
As reported by snowbrains.com, a classic cold front hit with winds and snows sweeping across both the North and South Island.
The majority of snow falling on the South Island, as to be expected, with all NZ ski areas receiving a dumping this week.
Totals at Mt Hutt’s base area reached 70 cm (28 inches), with well-over a meter (39 inches) accumulating at the summit.
The avalanche danger is now considerable, warns resort officials, and a forced closure was put in place Monday.
A mass of polar cold has been in charge across Argentina, Chile, Bolivia, Paraguay and Uruguay of late.
A host of towns and cities in southern Patagonia have spent 5+ days without exceeding the freezing mark (0C/32F), with overnight lows plunging to an astonishing -15C (5F), and beyond.
While across the Argentine province of Santa Cruz, there is currently a “red” alert in place for extremely low temperatures.
It’s Snowing Across Europe’s Higher Elevations
Let me guess alarmists, heavy summer snow is in line with ‘global warming predictions’…
While the media focuses on a tiny slither of southern Europe, blowing the summer warmth and wildfires there out of all proportions so as to forward their warped anti-CO2 agenda, the majority of the continent has been shivering this July.
Literally shivering, with summer frosts and record lows noted across eastern nations–in particular:
Temperatures have held so low that heavy snow has even hit the Alps, and down to extraordinarily low levels for late-July, too, down to well-below 1,500m (4,900ft) in some parts, such as the Kitzsteinhorn in Austria.
Most European resorts reported fresh snow Wednesday and Thursday, “a rare phenomenon” reads the below tweet (or X?):
This was the scene Wednesday at Marmolada, an infamous ridge in the Dolomites, Italy:
Last week, the likes of the BBC and CNN were busy propagandizing a tragically misinformed public with images of toasty Italians cooling themselves in city fountains. Now, a stark cold front has set in, one delivering heavy snow to Italy’s mountains.
This won’t be a fleeting phenomenon, either.
Looking ahead, much more of the same is on the cards — an intensification even…
Here is a look at July 27:
Here’s August 4:
And August 8:
Additional snowfall is also forecast over the Alps (and also Iceland), heaviest through the first week of August:
This is your story MSM; that is, “record summer frosts and heavy snow”.
Let’s see if they go anywhere near it.