Downright Chilling

In the northern hemisphere, we just experienced a lovely lunar eclipse on the night of the winter solstice. Many of us, from North America and Europe to parts of Asia, are experiencing one of the coldest, most extreme winters in recorded history. In the southern hemisphere, however, it was the summer solstice.

What The Telegraph reports today should really give us all a chilly shock to the system. Australia, entering the height of summer now, has experienced a major WINTER storm. Yes, that's right. A WINTER STORM.

Apparently, it's not just the northern hemisphere going through such extreme temperature swings. Whatever is affecting our weather here in the northern hemisphere, causing the jet stream to go berserk, is apparently a global phenomenon. I think we may be in for some pretty nasty changes in short order.

Global Mean Temperature Anomaly Dec 1-20

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