World Still Waiting On First 50C (122F) Of 2023, Latest In Decades
Despite the unrelenting barrage of propaganda, and despite the climate models confidently decreeing otherwise, the world still hasn’t reached 50C (122F) in 2023 — the longest stretch in a number of decades.
Similarly, Europe hasn’t seen 40C (104F) this year.
“Europe is expected to see near 50C heat every year by the end of the century if urgent action is not taken to slash greenhouse gas emissions,” reads a UK Met Office analysis.
“Dangerous climate change is already with us,” said AGW Party member Professor Peter Stott, ‘extreme weather scientist’ at the Met Office. “To avoid even more perilous climate change, we need to act now,” he recently shilled (there’s always a carrot).
The analysis is the latest in attribution science, so write the BBC, the study of how the climate crisis is influencing extreme weather events and extremes. Similar studies have found that last summer’s heatwaves were made many (pick-a-number) times more likely by the climate crisis.
“The Science is telling us that, in order to keep 1.5C alive … the emissions reductions now need to happen very, very urgently,” said Stott. “If we don’t, in 10 years time we’ll be talking about 50C or more in Europe…”
This desire to ‘cap’ of Earth’s temperature is patently absurd. There aren’t the words in the English language to describe the imbecility involved in such a calculation. It is nothing but an oversimplification to sell to the masses, a carrot on a stick, a tall tale used to beat the next generation into accepting extreme, poverty-inducing policies “in order to save the planet” that, in actual fact, do nothing but strip humanity of our hard, multi-century-earned prosperity (via access to cheap and reliable energy).
And facts don’t fib…
Europe is falling behind its temperature criterion this year: no 40C; as is the entire planet: no 50C.
Climate alarmists, stop falling for the propaganda, stop your foot-shooting destruction.
California: “Where Are The 100s?”
Case in point, we have California.
This week brings the onset of summer, but it will still feel like spring across much of the Golden State.
Sacramento, for example, hasn’t seen a 100F day so far in 2023, and likely won’t headed into July — for the first time since 1998.
Sunday delivered another cool down to California –after a brief pop into the low/mid-90s– thanks to a low pressure system descending down from the north. And Monday will sink even colder, with daily highs dropping to some 15F below normal.
The mercury is then forecast to dip again on Wednesday thanks to yet another low pressure system spinning up off the California coast. And on the higher elevations, overnight lows on the Sierras will hold below freezing throughout the week.
This low pressure setup has been responsible for the historic winter and the consistently cooler than average temperatures, which is now delaying the snow-melt and delaying the start of the fire season — a more than welcome sight, I’m sure.
Below we have ABC10 Chief Meteorologist Monica Woods succinctly breaking down the unseasonably cold California:
Record Cold Australia
Australia’s latest Antarctic blasts has sent temperatures crashing to record levels across the country, particularly southern regions, with the freeze readying to settle in and even intensify for the foreseeable.
Falling temperatures over the weekend brought early-season snow to alpine areas, and also broke low temperature records for the month of June across Western Australia, Queensland, NSW and even the usually-toasty Northern Territory.
“This is driven by the cold front down the southeast,” said Sky News Australia meteorologist Bradlyn Oakes, “cold which is expected to repeat – and intensify – as the week goes on,” she added.
“More and more cold does build in as more high pressure builds behind that cold front through the coming days … Tuesday and Wednesday morning in particular looking very, very chilly out there. And it was already a chilly morning this morning [Monday], with areas of Queensland, New South Wales, Victoria and Tasmania all dropping below freezing.”
Monday morning saw 30+ weather stations in NSW alone dip below the freezing mark. The coldest spot was Richmond –located an hour NW of Sydney– which sank to -6.4C (20.5F), according to the probe-loving Bureau of Meteorology (BoM).
Looking ahead, Oakes is expecting additional low temperature records to fall throughout the week, particularly across southern regions, with hard frosts forecast across great swathes of the continent.
This reality once again jars with official BoM forecasts, which –and as was the case for autumn— are baselessly calling for a warmer-than-average winter. Laughably, their agenda-driving prophesy is off to another hopelessly poor start. But who cares, right? Most people perceive reality as that filtered through the MSM lens. There could be a hard, early-season frost outside the window (check), but if the telescreen is broadcasting “hottest winter ever inbound” then the dutifully compliant among us, those fully conditioned by the factory schooling system, will trust those mainstream spewings over their own frost-bitten fingers.
Australia is cooling, it has been for years.
The data are crystal clear on this.
And note, even the official data show cooling despite 1) the BoM’s ignoring of the well-established UHI-effect, and 2) their replacing of the country’s mercury thermometers with new ‘0.7C warmer’ electronic probes…
May In Turkey And Taiwan
Just briefly, the May 2023 temperature data is in for Turkey and also Taiwan.
Turkey finished the month with an average temperature of 16.4C (61.5F), which is 0.7C below the multidecadal norm:
While May in Taiwan came in at 23.6C (74.5F), which is 0.08C below the average.
Historic Lows And Rare Snows Besiege South America
Having gripped the likes of Argentina and Chile, South America’s polar outbreak is now marching unusually far north.
The chill has reached well into the Amazons and even to the Southern Colombian city of Leticia (4S) –located on the border with Peru and Brazil– which recently logged a daily high of just 18.7C (65.7F) — a new record of low-max for June.
The cold has engulfed Bolivia, too — from north to south, east to west.
Here, the nation’s largest agricultural region, Santa Cruz, is enduring “a surprise wave of snow and ice, causing lasting damage to crops and killing cattle in other parts of the country,” reports reuters.com. “Vast parts of the region, known for producing sorghum, soybeans and wheat, among other foods, have been covered in sheets of snow.”
While in the neighboring tropical region of Beni, the hard frost has killed well-over 50 head of cattle, with farmers lighting bonfires in order to protect the surviving animals from hypothermia.
In northern parts, Bolivia’s big freeze has busted historical benchmarks with lows of -9C (15.8F) logged.
And even in the south, records have also been tumbling in the wine-producing department of Tarija.
“The most important thing in this sector is going to be the replacement of seeds and fertilizers … because now much of this production is already insurmountable,” said the vice minister of civil defense, Juan Carlos Calvimontes.
The COLD TIMES are returning in line with historically low solar activity (among other forcings).