Signs are all around us. Temperatures on planet Earth are currently diving big time, resulting in unprecedented snow storms around the world.
The temperature of the Global Lower Atmosphere has plunged by almost half a degree Celsius from February 2020 high of 0.76°C to just 0.27°C above baseline in December 2020.
The time to prepare is now!
Here some more examples were are plunging in the next mini ice age:
18 inches of snow in Texas desert
On New Year’s Day, Big Bend National Park — usually concerned with heat stroke or bears — warned visitors:
“Roads in Big Bend National Park are currently impassable,” officials wrote on Facebook. “We received between 12-18 inches of snow last night and it’s still snowing. Please do not attempt to enter the park.“
Snowfall total maps confirm 12 to 18 inches of snow were dumped on the West Texas park. – San Antonio Express News
Italy Alps buried in 6 feet of snow
About two meters (over 6 feet) of snow fell early Monday in parts of northern Italy’s alpine region, blocking roads and burying cars and houses in some areas.
Forecasters say more snow is expected in the area region in the coming days. – VOA News
Soon we going to dig horses out of the snow like during this Icelandic storm in 2019:
1 meter of snow in 24 hours in Austria
Heavy snowfall in Asturias, Spain
Several people were trapped and two were killed after severe snowfall in Leon, in the Spanish region of Asturias.
An avalanche killed two workers that came in to deblock a road.
Four other adults and one child were rescued from two vehicles buried under the snow.
Meanwhile, much of Spain is experiencing sub-zero temperatures this week and some of the “heaviest snowfall in recent years”, with even Madrid and Barcelona expected to be turned into winter wonderlands.
Yes, much of the country is set to experience some unusually cold weather even for this time of year with ‘Storm Filomena’, bringing frigid temperatures dropping to -10°C in northern and central Spain and heavy snow fall at abnormally low altitudes (down to 200 meters).
Temperatures on planet Earth have plummeted in line with the great conjunction, the ongoing magnetic reversal/excursion, and the ever-intensifying Grand Solar Minimum. Yes, it really looks like we are currently entering a new Little Ice Age.