Hottest Year Evah Update – Unheard Of Snow In Vietnam & Saudi Arabia

The BBC mentioned the snow due to the chaos at Ghangzhou;
No pics of the snow of course which I saw in one report as the first for 67 years. Now had this been a heatwave the BBC would have been all over it like a rash!


By Paul Homewood

I don’t usually get involved with this sort of stuff, every time it snows somewhere. But it does appear that there is some very unusual cold weather about at the moment around the world, as the Ice Age Now website reveals.

First of all, there has been a lot of snow in Vietnam and much of Indo China, something virtually unheard of. The video below shows just how bad it has been.


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  1. Severe cold kills more than 12,300 head of cattle. VNA FRIDAY, JANUARY 29, 2016
    Hanoi (VNA) – A total of 12,312 head of livestock, including 9,356 buffalos and cows, were killed by a severe cold that hit the northern and northern-central regions over the past week.
    According to the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development’s Department for Livestock Production, as of 4 p.m. on January 29, the northern mountainous province of Son La suffered the worst loss with 3,708 livestock killed, followed by Lang Son, Dien Bien, Lao Cai and Hoa Binh provinces
    The department asked localities to carry out measures to respond to the cold and instruct farmers on how to minimise losses.
    Snow fell in many areas across the northern mountainous region as the severe cold spell enveloped almost half of the country from January 23.
    Snow blanketed Sa Pa in the northern province of Lao Cai on January 24, where temperatures plunged to -5 degrees C on the night of January 23 – the lowest in many years.
    Freezing temperatures were also reported in other areas, such as -0.4 degrees C in Tam Dao (Phu Tho province), -0.2 degrees C in Dong Van (Ha Giang province) and -4 degrees C on Mau Son Mountain (Lang Son province).
    According to the National Steering Committee on Disaster Prevention and Control, by 7 p.m. on January 28, the freezing weather had spoiled 9,453 hectares of rice, 8,472 hectares of rice seeds and 16,149 hectares of vegetables.-VNA

    The big problem is that the MSM does not report this kind of news.

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