“Crime is common. Logic is rare. Therefore it is upon the logic rather than upon the crime that you should dwell.”
Sherlock Holmes, from “The Adventure of the Copper Beeches”, by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, 1892
It’s May, 2018, and the Great Artificial Drought has been broken by the slow, steady, widespread and ever-increasing distribution of simple, inexpensive Orgonite devices in the vicinity of the weather warfare infrastructure that many still mistakenly presume only carries cell phone traffic and weather radar data.
It’s also been unusually cold, which really throws a wrench into the “hottest year in the history of the planet” scam.
The words “mystery”, “baffled” and “puzzled” are memes, used, among numerous similar variants, whenever anyone in the wholly-controlled-and-coopted Political, Academic, Scientific and Media establishments wants to lie about, well, basically anything. Two of those many variants are “interesting” and “incredible“.
That’s why a story that I’ve appended below from Columbus, Ohio reads “Two April rainfall records set in 1st half of the month. So far it has been a very interesting start to the month of April. Today for the 3rd straight Monday we have ticked some snowfall outside. “
And why another story, from Seattle, says “Saturday was incredibly rainy across the entire region.”
None of the stories below mention the wider pattern, the fact that rainfall records are being broken everywhere, across the globe. That’s a propaganda tactic called “compartmentalization.” It’s part of the standard protocol within the global news blackout on the subject.
We’re also seeing very low tornado numbers, as has been the case for some years, now. That’s particularly vexing for the folks in charge, who have worshipped the Storm God in various names all the way back to Babylon, and before:
“Low tornado count set to continue through the end of April, but it’s too early to call the season”
March 1, 2018 – Is 2018 the coldest UK winter on record? | The Week UK
April 9, 2018 – Record storm dumps 15 percent of SF’s yearly average rainfall on city
Local weather records stretching back to the Gold Rush era broken
April 19, 2018 – Awfully wet, isn’t it? Precipitation record set in Pittsburgh region so far in 2018
If it seems wetter than normal so far in 2018 — you’re right.
In fact, it’s the wettest start ever to a year in the Pittsburgh area, according to the National Weather Service in Moon.
“We’re running double, basically, of what we normally are,” said meteorologist Tim Axford.
Between Jan. 1 and April 7, the region has had 16.18 inches of precipitation.
The normal is 8.86 inches.
“We have started out wet but we’ll probably make up for it at some point during the year,” Axford said. “It’ll average out to some extent.”
Summer isn’t here just yet, but more spring-like temperatures are finally arriving.
“It’s turning around,” Axford said. “People that are upset about the cold are going to be rejoicing by the end of the week.”
April 10, 2018 – The winter that wouldn’t end: cold continues, sets records – AccuWeather
Over 1000 snow and cold records have been set over the last 30 days in the winter that won’t end.
April 15, 2018 – Puget Sound Set Rain Record Saturday
Even by Pacific Northwest standards, Saturday was incredibly rainy across the entire region.
Puget Sound broke a decades old rainfall record on Saturday during a day-long barrage of precipitation.
According to the National Weather Service, Saturday was the rainiest April day in 22 years.
April 16, 2018 – Columbus, OH – Two April rainfall records set in 1st half of the month
So far it has been a very interesting start to the month of April. Today for the 3rd straight Monday we have ticked some snowfall outside.
Also, this is on the heels of the wettest day of the month on Sunday in which we filled the buckets with 2.06″ of rainfall. While this does not seem like a lot, it was just 12 days earlier when we dropped 1.95″ of rainfall for our 1st daily record of the month, Sunday was the 2nd.
While this may not seem like a huge deal, consider this, April on average is our 4th wettest month of the year. It totals 3.4″ on average for the ENTIRE MONTH. We picked up more than half of that on two separate days already.
April 21, 2018 – Low tornado count set to continue through the end of April, but it’s too early to call the season
Of course, April wasn’t the start of this low in tornado activity. The same general weather pattern that supported late-season snow and chilly weather across the eastern half of the nation in March has more or less continued. With troughs of low pressure digging south from Canada, almost routinely, the humid conditions that tornadoes thrive off have largely been confined to the Gulf Coast.
With reliable records dating back to 1950, this is already the second longest that the state has gone in a year without a tornado and if the Sooner State can make it to April 27 without a tornado, that would be a new modern record. It is worth noting that a tornado-free April would not be a record itself, as both 1987 and 1988 finished the month with not a single tornado observed in Oklahoma.
April 27, 2018 – No Tornadoes Have Been Reported in Oklahoma in 2018, Setting a New Record; Here’s Why