Record Cold Argentina
As touched on yesterday, an extreme freeze is currently gripping Argentina — and all-time records are falling.
On Monday (July 17), historical monthly low temperature records are being slain: the readings of -22.5C (-8.5F) at Perito Moreno Aero and the -11.2C (11.8F) at San Antonio Oeste are new record lows for the month of July — in books dating back to 1961.
Extreme lows were posted elsewhere on Monday, too, including; Maquinchao’s -13C (8.6F); Gregores’ -10C (14F); Esquel’s -9.4C (15.1F); Madryn’s -7.4C (18.7F); Trelew’s -6.8C (19.8F); Bahía Blanca’s -5.8C (21.6F); El Bolsón’s -5.1C (22.8F), Bolívar’s -4.8C (23.4F), and S Rafael’s -4.4C (24.1F).
However, with these being cold records they’re going unreported by the establishment’s propaganda machine.
A strip of ‘reds’ in SW China, however — full coverage:
For more on that record-breaking mass of ‘blues’ and ‘purples’ to the north, in Siberia, see yesterday’s article:
Mammoth Snowpack Still 500% Of Average
Snowpack at California’s Mammoth is holding at 500% of average for the date, and the mountain is still skiing “so well,” reports Miles Clark of snowbrains.com.
Clark and friends recently skied their last Mammoth slope for the season (on Friday), for the 75th day in a row.
“Overall, it was an unreal experience with outstanding people in spectacular terrain … in the record snowpack of 2023.”
Below are the snow numbers as of July 14.
Note that while the Southern Sierra –home to Mammoth– is at 500% of normal, the Central Sierra is at 833%, with the North at 1000%. These are exceptional figures and should by now, in 2023, be an impossibility as per the original ‘global warming hypothesis’ devised by the IPCC: “rising temperatures will decrease winter snowstorms”.
The hypothesis has failed. Clearly.
Also note, these all-time record-breaking numbers aren’t confined to the Sierra; the entire Western U.S. broke all-time snowpack records this past winter and spring. But again, this reality doesn’t serve The Narrative and so it is largely ignored, or worst still twisted so as to actually support their failed line of theoretical postulations, via doublethink, which is obviously absurd.
Series Of CMEs Inbound
Arriving a full day earlier than expected, a CME struck Earth’s magnetic field on July 16, causing a 20 nT jolt in the USGS’s magnetometer at Fredericksburg, Virginia, and a G1-class geomagnetic storm:
But there’s more to come (through July 20) as multiple Earth-directed discharges from ‘AR3363’ approach.
Intermittent G1-class geomagnetic storms are likely for the next day-or-so as Earth’s magnetic field reverberates from a series of CME impacts and near misses The storms are then forecast intensify to G2 or G3 on July 20 when a more potent CME arrives.
It will be of great interest to note what impact this has, given our planet’s ever-waning magnetic field strength. Because as we’ve witnessed in recent years, even minor solar outbursts are having a larger-than-usual affect.
Our planet’s magnetic field strength is weakening, down some ≈20% from the 1800s.
This waning is believed to be tied to two key factors: 1) low solar activity, and 2) our planet’s migrating magnetic poles.
As Earth loses its dipole magnetic shape –due to the shifting of its magnetic poles– the overall field strength weakens and its protective shield against potentially harmful space energy is reduced. This means every enhancement of the solar wind, every crossing of the Sun’s current sheet, and every CME has a larger and larger impact than it ordinarily would, both directly on the upper atmosphere, and also indirectly through the ionosphere’s equator-traveling waves that come from the aurora.
And the weakening is accelerating.
In the year 2000, we knew the field had lost 10% of its strength since the 1800s, another 5% was lost by 2010, further accelerations occurred in 2015 and 2017 but we laymen were not privy to any additional loss data–with guesses on why that might be quickly sending you down a rabbit hole.
Migrating magnetic poles indicate that another ‘flip’ aka ‘reversal’ or ‘excursion’ may be on the cards, and ‘soon’.
Such an event would bring apocalyptic shifts in the geography and climate, it would seem like the ‘end of times’. Proxy records reveal regular upheavals in ancient past, the most notable being the ‘Laschamp excursion’ of approx. 42,000 years ago, although research suggests that these reversals/excursions actually occur on a much shorter periodicity, of 6,000 years — meaning we’re due.