Snow Falls Weeks Early In Munich! …Meteorologist: “Winter Strikes Unusually Early And Severely”!

Snow fallingMeteorologists warned us that snow was on the way and would fall below the 500 m elevation in southern Germany and elsewhere. Moreover, they warned us that this winter could be one of the worst in 100 years for Central Europe.

No one knows if it’s really going to be such a winter, but one thing is sure: it sure is starting out like one! At least in parts of Central Europe. has put up a video (Schneefall auch in München) of snow falling in Munich this morning, October 11, 2013. Normally the first snow arrives in the Bavarian capital weeks later.

20 cm of snow

Online Die Welt here writes:

‘It began to snow in the Bavarian capital of Munich yesterday evening at about 6 p.m. Many of my meteorologist colleagues had believed this to be improbable,’ said meteorologist Dominik Jung: ‘This year winter has struck early and unusually severely. South of Munich up to 20 centimeters of snow was able to pile up.'”

Die Welt adds that schools have been closed in some localities, 22,000 households in Austria have lost power, trains have come to a standstill, and traffic has been in chaos.

Frost is expected to spread across southern and middle Germany this weekend, reports, “Temperatures down to -4°C are expected under clear skies in some local areas.

Global warming alarmists claim that such incidences have nothing to do with a climate trend. Yet, climate warmists are now scrambling to explain the increasing frequency of cold weather events now taking hold globally. Whether it’s a killer winter in South America, increased snow cover globally, record Arctic sea ice recovery, recovering glaciers in the Alps, record high sea ice extent in Antarctica, extreme cold in southeast Europe, or 5 consecutive colder than normal European winters, just to name a few, the ominous signs of global cooling are compounding rapidly.

Photo: P Gosselin


9 responses to “Snow Falls Weeks Early In Munich! …Meteorologist: “Winter Strikes Unusually Early And Severely”!”

  1. edmh

    Well this morning 11/Oct/2013 we could see the first snowfall on the Alpes Maritimes, from down here in sunny but cold St Tropez.

    That’s not meant to happen this early and not what I joined for.

  2. edmh

    In the first 6 months of 2013 the UKMO Central England Temperature record was a full 1.9 deg C colder than the average for the previous 12 years.

    Something sudden and really cold seems to be happening and the Global Warming Advocates are pointing in the Western world governments in the opposite direction.

    The inmates have overtaken the asylum.

    1. Rhys Jaggarq

      And July and August will be way above.

      You are cherry picking the data deliberately, and you know full well that it won’t look as bad if you put in the next two months of data.

  3. Casper

    Long lives the winter!!!
    I wish myself such snowfalls on 11th November in Warsaw. Why? There is COP19 there…,szczyt-klimatyczny-cop-19

  4. Don B

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  7. Jimbo

    In just 6.5 years we will be at 20 years since Viner said that children won’t know what snow is. He said we would be taken by surprise in 20 years. The problem is we were taken by surprise just 8 years after his declaration and the year after that and the year after that and the year after that. Viner must now realise he spoke too soon. Snowfalls are normal or heavy and all UK children over 2 years old know what snow is. 🙂

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