US: Skipping Spring Going Straight to Summer

March 21, 2012 -- The United States and parts of Canada have come out of winter to find a lingering ridge of high pressure inducing summer-like conditions. The map above shows surface temperature anomalies during March 13-19 compared to averages for those dates over the last 10 years. More than 1,054 locations set new daily high temperatures records and 627 saw new record lows.

"Records are not only being broken across the country, they're being broken in unusual ways," reports NASA's Adam Voiland. "Chicago, for example, saw temperatures above 26.6° Celsius (80° Fahrenheit) every day between March 14-18, breaking records on all five days. For context, the National Weather Service noted that Chicago typically averages only one day in the eighties each in April. And only once in 140 years of weather observations has April produced as many 80°Fahrenheit days as this March," Volland wrote.

"Meanwhile, Climate Central reported that in Rochester, Minnesota. the overnight low temperature on March 18 was 16.6° Celsius (62° Fahrenheit), a temperature so high it beat the record high of 15.5°Celsius (60° Fahrenheit) for the same date," Volland added.

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Sadly, the truth then takes a back seat as they link to another story where the obligatory disinfo and Establishment Lies flow from their lying mouths. Regurgitated nonsense re  La Nina, nothing new. Ignore this as the Z's predicted years ago that we would get these wild swings and eventually a blending...


SOZT: We warned at the start of ZetaTalk, in 1995, that unpredictable weather extremes, switching about from drought to deluge, would occur and increase on a lineal basis up until the pole shift.[...]

[...]Temperature extremes, and in particular temperature swings, will increase, so that the seasons almost blend into one another. If Summer is expected to be a time of extreme heat, and Winter extreme cold, man may find his Summer cool with odd brief snowstorms and Winter confusing the crops wanting to go into their annual hibernation. The key will be the unpredictability, as a looping jet stream and increasing extremes of high and low pressure over land will force the atmosphere into unexpected directions. [...] EOZT

ZetaTalk: Weather Extremes (2005)

This is ALL brought about by the oncoming presence of the Earth's brother, Planet X. Come back in (as predicted) from his wanderings, for a time, as occurs EVERY 3650-odd years. Earth a hapless rag doll when he's near.

There is no other cause which explains all of this worldwide weather turmoil.

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Comment by Planet Twelve on March 24, 2012 at 4:49pm

Perhaps this will be an attempted new ploy by Coverup minions et al. Get the Mainstream Media to, wherever possible, present only post 2003 data in the hope that the Common Man, too tired from his labours at the grindstone to research such things, will be placated, lulled into a false sense that things have changed, but things will not change...too much.

Likely though, the CM is hearing a whisper, even chatter, from the collective conscious, or in conference with other spirits or Called ET's. In these Awakening times, he is not so easily influenced by that formerly powerful and omnipresent muddying disinfo stream. The task of the Coverup, and it's commanding Establishment elite, their formerly pretty successful life's work scurrying to shovel mud on any talk of such things as "Pole Shifts" or "Planet X" or "Aliens" inevitably FUTILE! The Common Man, a sleeping giant, is Awakening. Not only that, they face a new foe. The CoW has entered the fray and, per the Zetas, intent on busting their Cover. This has already begun and thus all bets are off, the heat is on and the Establishment and their pathetic minions are hapless in the face of it.

Viva La Resistance!!

Comment by Planet Twelve on March 24, 2012 at 2:24pm

It's probably worth noting that the above graph is illustrating anomalous temperature variations recorded this last US winter in comparison to an average calculated only with reference to data from the last 10 years. Although impressive as it is, in my opinion the result is skewed down, i.e. that map would be much more colourful if the terms of reference were extended backwards another 10 years or more. The last 10 years have been anything but "normal",  especially the last couple. Anyone following this subject closely knows that records have been falling like dominoes for a couple of years and so the base data they are comparing to is already "anomalous". PX has been turning the particle hose on us in earnest and reports of "records broken for so and so" have become the norm.

Some of these records broken were only set last year or so, these events appear to be exponentially increasing.

I guess what I'm trying to say is, by setting what was already an "anomalous" situation ( thanks to PX) as  a nominal average, they are in fact hiding the true extent of this.... it is even worse than it looks!

Comment by Planet Twelve on March 24, 2012 at 9:53am

Thanks @KM and Astrogal, so good to have those on-the-ground reports from you guys. I know people all over the world are noticing could they not! I'm on the wrong side of 50 years old now and thus have seen many summers here in the antipodes.  Yet this one just past has been the strangest I have ever seen. It has rained every day (and we're not long out of a drought) and very similar temperature swings to those described by you guys. It's just obviously NOT a "normal" summer. I'm wearing shorts thongs and singlet one day, shoes socks jeans and pullover the next. Temps just wildly switching about. In my opinion this is getting close to what the Z's predicted, i.e. a blending of the seasons. Maybe not quite there yet, but close I feel.

@Ryan, thanks for the adds!

Comment by Ryan Giorgis on March 24, 2012 at 12:34am

and from this link you can pick the graph of any drainage system in colorado. it ain't looken good...

     sorry it takes me 3 times.  hope you find it interesting:)


much love all!!  


Comment by Ryan Giorgis on March 24, 2012 at 12:25am

Comment by Ryan Giorgis on March 24, 2012 at 12:22am

 this graph is of the arkansas river drainage only, but shows the last five years in different colors.  the link below shows all the drainages of colorado and their snow pack percent of average.


farmers, raft guides :), the ski industry, colorado tourism are all watching with held breath.  you can never count things out until mid may or so,  late snow storms(late april, may, and even into june) can replenish a bad snow pack fast, but the graph above speaks volumes.  a snow pack like this can cause a "chain reaction" of severe problems.   

Comment by astrogal50 on March 23, 2012 at 10:46pm

That was very true in the Dallas area, until yesterday.  When I left work it felt freezing cold, but it was warm enough in the morning to wear sandals (fortunately I had grabbed my special Arctic coat, which looked really "good" with sandals).  The temps have been radically swinging here this year.  Long-time residents have never experienced anything like this "winter."

Comment by KM on March 23, 2012 at 7:46pm

Thanks Planet Twelve! Here in Saskatchewan, we were at +17 C during the day, T shirt weather, and in the early morning -5 C.  We're now back to snow and icy weather.  But not as severe as it would have been in previous years.  It's a lot warmer, -5 is the max!  It then warms up to +8.  The wobble has become worse so it seems.

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