Strong M7.5 Earthquake strikes Papua New Guinea,
more CoronalMassEjections from the Sun are Earthbound
Gregg Prescott, IN5D.COM
Grand Solar Minimum continues to mount, May 21, 2019
The atmosphere is cranking right now with a high global wind anomaly that, in turn, is generating unseasonable cold-air masses, rain and even May snow.
Duluth, Minnesota, broke several snowfall records, the local National Weather office said on May 9.
More severe weather and rain is heading for the grain growing zones.
A shot of cold Arctic air pushes toward continental Europe from May 11 through 14.
May 8, in Australia:
June 1, 2019… coming back around for another go… our old friend:
Look at the sun seethe with energy in this clip.
Just a little solar flare…
There were also some visitors moving around, before and after:
…we’re rolling back into range of our favorite hyperactive solar region: