American press excited that Midwest is having a winter storm…in January

Le·gal In·sur·rec·tion | 1/30/2019 | Leslie Eastman
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The news cycle has been overwhelmed with chilling stories of the Midwest being colder than the continent of Antarctica this week.

On Wednesday, Chicago will be colder than parts of Antarctica, Alaska and the North Pole.

Windy - City - Temperature - Wednesday - Wednesday

The Windy City’s “high” temperature on Wednesday should be around 10 below zero, while the overnight low Wednesday night into Thursday morning is forecast to be in the 25-below range, according to the National Weather Service in Chicago.

Thus, for a while early Thursday, Chicago will be colder than the North Pole. “The Arctic Ocean – including the North Pole – will probably be around 20 below,” said weather.us meteorologist Ryan Maue.

Chicago - Temperature - Zero - Thursday - Morning

Chicago’s all-time coldest temperature of 27 below zero could be broken Thursday morning, the weather service said.

I will simply point out that it is summer in the Southern Hemisphere. The warmest month in Antarctica is January, when it’s about -28 °C (-18 °F) on average.

Press - Climate - Change - Deniers - Researchers

And while the American press is pushing its “climate change” narrative and ignoring deniers, I would like to point out that there have been several researchers and pundits who have been projecting cooler temperatures based on solar activity levels.

Legal Insurrection readers may recall my discussions on the Maunder Minimum. In a nutshell, sun spots are indicative of solar activity…the more sun spots, the more activity, the more “global warming.” Early records of sunspots show that the sun went through a period of inactivity in the late 17th century, which corresponds to the “Little Ice Age.”

Number - Days - Below - Chart - Sunspot

We have already had a significant number of sunspot free days in 2019 already. Below is a chart with the annual sunspot count confirming an 11 year solar cycle, and it appears we are heading for an even lower solar activity period.

Dr. Helen Popova (Skobeltsyn Institute of Nuclear Physics and of the Faculty of Physics of the Lomonosov...
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