Weather

El Niño breaks ANOTHER record: Weather phenomenon pushes temperatures last month to highest ever levels for January

Tuesday, February 16, 2016
By Paul Martin

Temperatures in January were 1.13°C above the 1951-1980 averag Previous hottest January was in 2007 when it was 0.95°C above average News comes just a month after Nasa declared 2015 hottest year on record El Niño’s counterpart La Nina is expected to emerge in the coming months By ELLIE ZOLFAGHARIFARD DAILYMAIL.COM 16 February 2016... »

Other New Manhattan Chemtrail Project Agendas

Monday, February 15, 2016
By Paul Martin

By Peter A. Kirby ActivistPost.com FEBRUARY 15, 2016 So far we have only discussed the New Manhattan Project’s most obvious aspect: weather control. Just in that aspect alone, the New Manhattan Project is easily the biggest scientific endeavor in Human history. Believe it or not, it appears that quite a few other massive projects... »

‘Total whiteout’ causes fatal FIFTY-vehicle pile-up on Pennsylvania highway as polar vortex sweeps across the north east and New York braces for windchill of -24F

Saturday, February 13, 2016
By Paul Martin

More than 50 cars were involved in a fatal crash on Pennsylvania’s I-78 At least 40 people were taken to hospital and 70 went to a makeshift shelter Police have not said how many died in the horror smash Saturday morning Drivers spoke of ‘total whiteout’ conditions before the crash Polar vortex is sweeping... »

‘The coldest temperatures in a DECADE': ‘Life-threatening’ polar vortex hits the Northeast for record-breaking icy weekend

Saturday, February 13, 2016
By Paul Martin

De Blasio warned residents to take ‘extreme precautions’ over weekend Forecasters have warned the conditions could be ‘life-threatening’ New York City’s forecast predicts Saturday temperatures of 2 degrees Biting windchill meant it felt like an icy 4F in Manhattan Saturday morning In Buffalo it was -1F, with windchill making it feel 21 degrees colder... »

The silent sun: Eerie image revealed as solar activity remains the quietest it has been in more than a century – and some claims it could even trigger a mini ice age

Friday, February 12, 2016
By Paul Martin

We’ve had smallest number of sunspots in this cycle since Cycle 14 This cycle reached its maximum solar activity in February of 1906 Low solar activity can lead to extended periods of cooling, researchers say By ELLIE ZOLFAGHARIFARD DAILYMAIL.COM 12 February 2016 The sun is in the midst of its quietest period in more... »

Polar Vortex returns! Huge portion of the country set for Valentine’s Day deep freeze and snow next week but the West Coast continues to sizzle

Thursday, February 11, 2016
By Paul Martin

Warm blast on West Coast has smashed temperatures two days in a row It is expected to continue all week with wildfire warnings across California Meanwhile Midwest and North East will see worst chills of all winter Subzero winds will blast New England, NYC and Philadelphia on Sunday But weather experts say the rest... »

Suddenly Perfect Super Bowl Weather To Arrive “In Time” … As Geoengineering Crimes Roll On

Sunday, February 7, 2016
By Paul Martin

By Bernie Suarez ActivistPost.com FEBRUARY 7, 2016 Forget El Niño storm-like weather that has been hitting the state of California this entire winter unloading much needed rain for weeks. And forget the fact that cities all over California are being sprayed every single day with chemicals by mostly unmarked planes in an ongoing crime... »

Is the Gulf Stream broken? NOAA satellite data sounds alarm

Friday, January 29, 2016
By Paul Martin

by: Jennifer Lea Reynolds NaturalNews.com Friday, January 29, 2016 It’s no secret that the weather is becoming more severe as time goes on. From places like Buffalo, New York, which recently got hit with a hefty 5 feet of snow during one storm, to other areas that experience extreme temperature fluctuations from one day... »

Storm of CENTURY to hit TOMORROW: UK on RED alert as Storm Jonas poses ‘danger to life’

Monday, January 25, 2016
By Paul Martin

TORRENTIAL downpours driven by severe gales threaten fresh flood misery from tomorrow as the remnants of Storm Jonas sweep Britain. By NATHAN RAO Express.co.uk Mon, Jan 25, 2016 Swathes of the country are on alert for up to eight inches of rain – a month’s worth – to fall over the next 48 hours.... »

Back to work chaos after deadly storm Jonas: 1,600 flights are STILL cancelled and roads across the East Coast remain jammed with snow after record-breaking blizzard

Monday, January 25, 2016
By Paul Martin

East Coast residents went back to work on Monday morning, following a blizzard of historic proportions that buried the Northeast over the weekend More than 29 inches fell in Baltimore and 26.8 inches in New York City; snowfall totals in Washington, DC were mixed but around 20 inches There are still more than 1,400... »

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