The news headlines are starting to get colder as the Solar Grand Minimum cycle deepens:
SUMMER MEANS WINTER WEATHER ADVISORIES FOR THE STATE OF COLORADO — SIMILAR STORY ACROSS MUCH OF THE NORTHERN HEMISPHERE
JUNE 24, 2019
The city of Steamboat Springs recorded almost two feet of snow over the weekend, according to CBS News. The last time the city saw snow this late in the season was on June 17, 1928.
Arapahoe Basin ski area, located in the Rocky Mountains, is still open, and will likely remain that way through the July 4th weekend.
And the anomalous cold isn’t just confined to Colorado, either, as the state Montana looks, according to AccuWeather, a lot more like the middle of winter than the first weekend of summer.
While in Washington state, too, it’s been “a cold start to the summer,” according to local news outlets.
Frigid conditions have also infected the Midwest low country, where Chicago’s maximum high of 15.6C (60F) on Sunday set an all-time record low for the coldest maximum temperature in late June, according to the NWS Chicago.
And it’s also been anomalously chilly across the pond, too.
The Irish Times reports, “The country is wallowing in a cold, rainy spell that shows no signs of abating.
While Central England is on course for one it’s top-20 coldest June’s in 360 years of records.
China, Japan are also experiencing the change to Global Cooling too.
Empirical climate observations, along with crop losses, shorter growing seasons, cooler, wetter weather proves the Sun, Galactic Cosmic ray flux, Planetary Orbital variations and Nature drives the Earth's climate.