Cold Snap Brings Snowfall to the Sahara Desert – for the second winter in a row

Originally posted on Watts Up With That?:
As much of the northern hemisphere endures record cold temperatures, we get this report from Severe Weather EU via Twitter: Spectacular scenes today in Algeria as snow covered the sand dunes in Ain El Safra! Snow visible also in imagery by NASA’s Terra satellite. After a 40 year…

First Snow in Decades Plagues the Middle East

Not only has it been snowing in the Sahara, for the first time since 1979, brutal cold weather has spread over many parts of the Middle East; Parts of Deir ez Zour province in the north of Syria have not seen snow in more than a quarter of a century, and across the border in Iraq … Continue reading First Snow in Decades Plagues the Middle East

Piers Corbyn’s Look ahead for 2017

“[2017] will see even more wild weather fluctuations than 2016 as the Solar-Lunar driven Wild Jet Stream / Mini Ice Age circulation we warned of often since 2008 bites deeper.  “All the current and recent weather extremes are the wrong type of extremes for the CO2 warmism story and directly disprove that delusion (see 24 Dec statement … Continue reading Piers Corbyn’s Look ahead for 2017