Siberia Sizzles At 58C Below

Posted: December 23, 2016 by oldbrew in Natural Variation, weather

Once again weather shows its natural variability.


By Paul Homewood

h/t Patsy Lacey


Meanwhile back in the real world:

20 Dec 2016 – Heavy snowfall in Saudi Arabia – Such snow not seen for many years. Temperature below zero.


19 Dec 2016 – Snow in the Sahara for the first time since 1979

The Sahara desert sands with snow

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  1. oldbrew says:

    Christmas blizzard to evolve across north-central US

    Freezing in record lows? You may doubt global warming, says scientist
    December 19, 2016

    Indeed 😐

  2. oldbrew says:

    National Weather Service’s Multi-Billion Dollar Models Fail …Totally Botched Forecasts!

    Predict warming, get severe cold weather.

    Or get the right answer from Joe Bastardi.

  3. oldbrew says:

    It’s tough when it’s so cold your vodka freezes. Not good weather for livestock either…

    Harsh Mongolian winter threatens disaster

    ‘Another unusually harsh winter in Mongolia that’s decimating livestock and sending temperatures to minus 56 degrees Celsius (minus 70 Fahrenheit) may create a humanitarian crisis, with worse conditions still to come, aid groups warn.’

    The Nine Nines of Winter

    First Nine: Mongolian vodka (which is made through a condensation process using milk) freezes

    Second Nine: Regular vodka freezes

    Third Nine: The horns of 3-year-old cattle freeze and fall off

    Fourth Nine: The horns of 4-year-old cattle freeze

    [It gets better after that]