By Steven Goddard
Russia has seen it’s first snow accumulation of the season.
According to Rutgers Global Snow Lab, Russia doesn’t normally receive snow until the second week in September.
More is forecast for the next week, as well as in Norway and Sweden. Southeast Greenland is expecting heavy snow.
Much of The UK and Ireland are expecting cold weather during the next week, as is Moscow. Temperatures on the Greenland ice sheet will be dipping down to near -25C. Nice August weather!
No doubt the news media will be talking about the Moscow heat wave for at least two more weeks. Absolute, undeniable proof of “global” warming.
The Russian heat wave is estimated to have cost their economy $15 billion. Put in perspective, the US national debt increases by more than double that every week.