Watch “Record Snow and Crop Losses Across the Northern Hemisphere April-May 2016”

I recommend pausing the stories as David has been mistaken in quoting some of the figures which are often regional. In the 2nd video for the Californian cherry crop there was a *reduction* of one million to 18.3 million - not down to one million. https://youtube.com/watch?vqRSKTxdB1XU https://youtube.com/watch?v=LontaoKISl4

Six weeks of snow hits Vladivostok in two days

http://youtube.com/watch?v=84a44gKxQRg [The] huge snowfall in Vladivostok, Russia's Pacific capital, which was far from being the worst-hit on the country's east coast. Residents came onto the streets to assist in clearing the colossal snow fall. As we report elsewhere, a fisherman was lost on the frozen sea, after losing his way back to the shore after the … Continue reading Six weeks of snow hits Vladivostok in two days

Watch “Early Deep Snows Northern Hemisphere Sept Oct 2015 | Mini Ice Age 2015-2035 (102)”

We only hear about the Philippines when a Tropical Storm is headed their way. Isn't it amazing that such stark cooling at 15N is just ignored by the media. To maintain the warmest year ever meme takes phenomenal amounts of cognitive dissonance and epic levels of fraudulent data adjustment. This is not global warming. http://youtube.com/watch?v=FncY0GVcxiw

Freak Russian blizzard: Mad snow storm swallows cars, streets, buildings in Far East

http://youtube.com/watch?v=wE66u1PLgmw Winter has come with a vengeance: Russia’s snow-and-ice-bound Far East regions have declared states of emergency. Traffic chaos is rife, with cars stuck or sliding uncontrollably. Residents are trying to push cars, and also stop them with their bodies. The cold and snowy season began in Russia's Far East – including the cities of … Continue reading Freak Russian blizzard: Mad snow storm swallows cars, streets, buildings in Far East

Russia – the transition from autumn to winter come to pass within a few hours

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a1-UFMuQt04 Argiris Diamantis brings news of the advance of cold this year in central Russia. Whilst Russia is no stranger to cold there is a sense this is not the usual, at least not in recent years. [Note: the following articles have been translated.] http://www.e1.ru/news/spool/news_id-413129.html http://www.e1.ru/news/images/new1/413/129/images/1_750x563.jpg http://www.e1.ru/news/images/new1/413/129/images/2_750x563.jpg The snow paralyzed the work of the North … Continue reading Russia – the transition from autumn to winter come to pass within a few hours

From the US to the Urals the Wild Jetstream hits crop production

The wild jet stream appears to be impacting crops worldwide, especially softer types susceptible to temperature swings. Inevitably this affects prices and leads to 'filler' entering the market as some elements look to maintain profit margins* giving far less bang for the buck. However, the latest cereals outlook overall is good and up on recent … Continue reading From the US to the Urals the Wild Jetstream hits crop production

Siberia 2014 – The Year Summer Died

Argiris Diamantis with this remarkable story from the Russian Urals. .. The Russian website of 9TV has this remarkable news item: Inhabitants of Yekaterinburg found a new tombstone in the center of their city. The monument stands in the city's Historical Park. On the monument is an inscription to the memory of the late and … Continue reading Siberia 2014 – The Year Summer Died

Severe Flooding Continues to Devastate Russia’s Far East

By Anna DolgovJul. 23 2014 16:16 Russia's Far East is trying to cope with severe flooding as the latest emergency situation has been declared in the Magadan region after three times the monthly norm of rain fell within 36 hours. Far-eastern Russia and China were devastated by flooding last year causing billions of dollars in damage and about 100 confirmed deaths. Torrential downpours have drenched Magadan … Continue reading Severe Flooding Continues to Devastate Russia’s Far East