The warmth of spring will be welcomed by many; however, it will come with an increased risk for severe weather and flooding in some parts of Europe.
An active weather pattern will result in several rounds of severe weather from Germany into Belarus and Ukraine, while the frequent precipitation will produce a high risk for flooding in the Balkan Peninsula.
A less stormy pattern will take hold across western Europe, allowing unseasonable warmth to build from Spain into France throughout the spring.
I did a video on the massive amounts of rain it got(18.56 inches in one day) in January and Cyclone Kelvin dumped more rain to the region. In the last 50 days, Broome has seen enough rain, as much as their two year totals!! 59.1 inches by Feb.19th 2018. That shatters the old record of 42.31 inches set back in 1997(50 day span). This is usually their wettest part of the year but this is ridiculous. Still don’t think The grand solar minimum doesn’t mean anything to you? We will be talking about this region again for more record rainfall. Bet on that. Check out the article below :
It appears our brothers and sisters in Europe are taking the brunt of this polar vortex. Temps are expected to plummet. An extended period of below average temps are set to impact Europe and the U.K. through early to mid march.
As you can see, volcanic ash can be fatal to crops and other forms of life. Right now we have 36 active volcanoes and we really officially began the solar cycle 25 where the GSM begins to really settle in. If you have enough of these taking out local crops, think about what happens when one or two of these major volcanoes erupts.
We all know that the 1815 eruption at Tambora brought us a year with no summer and 3 years of additional cooling to the region. So, we are starting to see this with our own eyes and articles like this, are becoming more frequent. Here is an article from watchers.news explaining the image above:
Today we did an update on our space weather, TSI and the flood concerns we have in the mid-west and eastern parts of the U.S. It will be a soaker for the next 6-8 days in the Indiana,Illinois, Missouri,Ohio,Kentucky and Tennessee to name a few. Pennsylvania and west Virginia will see some action as well in the late part of next week.
Our TSI has been slowly but steadily dropping over the past two weeks. Today I reported it at 1360.900. It has been slowly tumbling from 1361.112 down to 1360.900 as of 02-11-2018. Here is the link to our show today:
It seems to me that you have to do a lot of digging for news articles when you want an update about volcanoes or earthquakes. Just today i put together a video on a rare tornado in Northern India, The village of Zira near Punjab. Thankfully i was able to find plenty of footage on twitter and other social media platforms. But if not for social media, would we even hear about these stories?
Trying to find updates on these volcanoes are like a scavenger hunt. Very vague and very limited information. What would be a good reason to hide these extreme weather events? Maybe its to ease panic or worry because over the last two years, Extreme weather is on the rise globally. The proof is in the pudding when you do find the info on whats to come. This Grand Solar Minimum officially kicks off in the next two years with solar cycle 25.
Either way, we here at the Grand Solar minimum channel, We will always bring you GSM News that matters and clearly shows the relevance on why we are reporting. We hope that the information you receive from us is clear and easy to follow. Feel free to email us at Jake@thegrandsolarminimum.com for any requests or more clarification. Please allow a little time in between request as this channel continues to grow daily. Here is the footage on the tornado and the wild weather in Victoria,Australia.
Gita reached Tonga on Monday evening, February 12, 2018 (local time) as Category 4 tropical cyclone with maximum sustained winds of 231 km/h (144 mph) and gusts to 278 km/h (173 mph), leaving the entire main island of Tongatapu without power.
The cyclone will enter Fijian territory today, passing the Southern Lau Group on Tuesday, February 13, 2018 possibly strengthening to Category 5.