US Temperatures Plummeting Over The Last 15 Years

Is this another indicator for the next grand minimum?

Real Science

Over the last 15 years, US temperatures have plummeted at a rate of almost eight degrees per century.

The only year that alarmists can see is 2012.

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2013 will finish colder than its current value, after the big blast of Arctic air coming in this week.

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Leif Svalgaard at AGU on the Current Solar Cycle: ‘None of us alive have ever seen such a weak cycle’

Weak solar cycles have been associated with Grand Minimums and cooler temperatures. Are we on the cusp of our next Grand Minimum?

Watts Up With That?

WUWT’s resident solar expert Dr. Leif Svalgaard (and others) says  ‘None of us alive have ever seen such a weak cycle’  and the panel he was on talk about the current state of our solar cycle at the AGU Fall Meeting.

Here is Dr. Svalgaard’s current SSN plot:


Watch the video, Leif is on the left hand side.

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Yes, it is Going to Get Colder – Add More Antifreeze.

Fritz Vahrenholt and Frank Bosse have released their November solar activity report. The sun in November 2013: You’re going to have to add more antifreeze

This paper has been translated and edited by P Gosselin at the No Trick Zone.  This paper has some interesting approaches for looking into the future temperatures on our planet.


The details and more graphics are HERE, the paper concludes:

The trend to colder winters here in Europe and elsewhere, all the way to China in the Far East and the east coast of the USA, has truly been robust over the last 10 years. From this we conclude that we hardly can anticipate warmer winters for the near future and that it may remain that way for a very long time should the solar relationship be confirmed. Therefore add more anti-freeze in the windscreen wiper reservoir of your car! Winter has arrived and likely it isn’t going to be a mild one!

There are most likely more Dalton like events on the horizon. Stay Tuned.