Tuesday, 17 February 2015

Fulfilled Prophecy:Frequent Freezing Weather in Toronto

Global Prophecy No. 15 (Jan. 9, 2015): “Toronto suddenly came into my view. The temperature here in this season was supposed to be minus only few degrees Celsius however it's completely different now, it's freezing and snowy everywhere (it's like in Russia.) Is that the future of Toronto? I waded through the snow up to knees on the street. I could barely see anyone there. Minus 20 to 30 degrees Celsius would become usual, and even down to minus 40 degrees.

The above prophecy has been fulfilled:

Mar 01 2015 It's official: February was Toronto's coldest month ever
by Sam Colbert
“Canadians laugh at us,” said Environment Canada’s senior climatologist David Phillips. “We’re often the brunt of all kinds of jokes here in the city because of our weather.

"Well hey, Canada, we just earned our badge of courage. Nobody alive today has ever experienced a colder month in Toronto than we did this month.”

Technically, it was a tie. February 1875 was exactly as cold at

an overall average temperature of -12.6 C. But not even your grandparents can claim to recall that 140-year-old record.

In the past 37 frigid days, the daily high never broke the melting point – peaking at -1.4 C. The lowest of the lows in February dropped to -25.5 C, with a wind chill that neared -40 C. Twenty-three days were labelled extremely cold by Toronto’s Public Health department. That total well exceeded February 2014’s 12 alerts, and the three in February 2013 and two in February 2012.

February normally averages out -4.5 C — more than eight degrees warmer than this year.

Phillips said that, between a population boom, climate change and major infrastructure development, it’s remarkable that Toronto could get as cold as it did in 1875. “Cities are different now,” he said. “They’re urban heat islands.”

This week, Environment Canada is forecasting a high above 0 C for the first time since Jan. 24, with a single degree of warmth expected to last through Tuesday and Wednesday along with chances of snow and rain. In 1976 and 1977, a 51-day stretch of sub-zero chills lasted from Dec. 21 to Feb. 9. That’s a record Toronto won’t likely beat this year.

It didn’t break the coldest day record, either. Jan. 4, 1981 got down to -31.3 C.


February 2015: By the Numbers

Record-breaking average overall temperature: -12.6 C

Average daily high: -8.3 C

Average daily low: -16.9 C

Warmest point: -1.4 C (Feb. 4)

Coldest point: -25.5 C (Feb. 15)

Days in a row below freezing: 37 (as of March 1)

Feb. 17, 2015. Extreme cold weather leads to burst water pipes across Toronto
The Canadian Press

Feb. 2, 2015 Toronto sees 500 collisions after storm drops 22 cm of snow

Feb. 17, 2015 Snowstorm paralyses central US as New York cold hits record low

For more information about abnormal weather please click the following link:
2014 Global Prophecy, No 15: Irregular Magnetic Field, Climate Change, Climate Confusion

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