Polar Spring might be the perfect expression for this new wave of cold weather and its pack of late March snow, currently surprising different countries around the world…
From the US to India, to China, to Algeria (Africa) and even Mallorca, a small island in the middle of the Mediterranean Sea, we present here the latest reports of anomalous cold and snowfalls around the world…
Hemkund Sahib, a Sikh place of worship and pilgrimage site in Chamoli district, Uttarakhand, India is buried under snow:
World-rare Atlantic cedar trees, clad in white … from the heights of Theguentest, Algeria
Snow seen falling on Taiwan’s Yushan
During February, the average contiguous U.S. temperature was 30.6°F, 3.2°F below the 20th-century average. This ranked as the 19th-coldest February in the 127-year period of record and was the coldest February since 1989.
Rare Spring snow in Istanbul, Turkey
Heavy snow in late March hits Jiuzhaigou National Park, China
First week of spring sees plenty of fresh snow on Mount Hood, Oregon – up to 17 inches
Colorado snow totals for March 22: 10-plus inches in the Colorado Springs area
And number of deaths in US avalanche is climbing right now…
Late snowfall hits the island of Mallorca, Spain
Up to 2 feet of fresh snowfall in late March for north Kashmir
That abnormal cold and those snowfall events happening in March are predicted to last through April.
Much of the cooling is from volcanic eruptions across the globe. Resulting ash, together with particulates from meteor ‘smoke’ and wildfire smoke, increase the quantities of dust in the atmosphere and destabilize its electrical balance, triggering more extreme storms, anomalous snow, bigger hail, deadlier lightnings and planetary cooling. We are in a mini ice-age!