Winter 2021/2022 peaks have arrived very early, with many temperature and snowfall records across Northern Hemisphere.
After extreme blizzard news from Austria, Slovakia, and Slovenia /https://mkweather.com/1-meter-of-snow-around-1000-masl-40-cm-in-lowlands-the-worst-blizzard-in-austria-since-the-legendary-winter-2012/; https://mkweather.com/ratece-slovenia-86-cm-snowfall/; https://mkweather.com/bratislavas-metropolitan-area-with-up-to-30-cm-snowfall-the-worst-blizzard-since-2013// we will shift into Bavaria, Germany, with the next heavy snowfall records from Friday, 10. December 2021.
While in Austrian and Slovenian Alps, almost 1 meter of snow is reported from elevations only around 1000 MASL, and in Austrian and Slovakian lowlands, 20-40 cm snowfall has appeared, Alpine windy slopes in the northern Alps, Germany received almost 0,5 meters of snow from the blizzard event.
The highest snowfall is reported from Oberstdorf, 810 MASL, where 48 cm was reported on Friday.
Kempten, 705 MASL reports 27 cm, Hohenpeissenberg, 977 MASL, 20 cm, Wasserkuppe, 921 MASL, 19 cm.
Feldberg, Schwarzwald, near Danubian strand, 1486 MASL reports 103 cm snowfall.
On snowfall, temperatures are falling very quickly and Oberstdorf already on Friday, morning reported -15,4°C.
The next severe snowfall is reported from Pyrenees, France, and Spain, too /will be updated soon: https://mkweather.com/record-snow-in-pyrenees-france-spain-the-next-blizzards-are-only-coming//.
Only before a short time have appeared the strongest early frosts in the Siberian coldest region in all-time history (-61,1°C – updated value) /https://mkweather.com/historical-times-for-siberia-610c-has-never-been-measured-so-early//.
In Canadian Arctic, frosts up to -46,0°C have appeared, so far – in many regions, it´s the strongest earliest frosts since 2004 /https://mkweather.com/eureka-431c-the-lowest-temperatures-in-canadian-arctic-in-early-winter-since-2004/; https://mkweather.com/canada-460c-daily-records-in-yukon-were-broken//.
In Europe, the strongest early frosts since 1945 have surprised Sweden (-43,8°C) /https://mkweather.com/the-strongest-early-frosts-in-the-baltic-region-in-62-years-since-1959-tartu-estonia-276c-zoseni-latvia-264c//, the strongest early frosts since 1959 Estonia (-27,6°C) /https://mkweather.com/the-strongest-early-frosts-in-the-baltic-region-in-62-years-since-1959-tartu-estonia-276c-zoseni-latvia-264c// and in valleys in continental Europe was measured -22,0°C so far /https://mkweather.com/220c-in-pontets-france//.
Snowfall even appeared in Ain Sefra, Sahara desert, Algeria /https://mkweather.com/collapse-of-atmospheric-circulation-snowing-in-ain-sefra-sahara-algeria//.
All after anomalously cold Arctic, with the 2nd highest Arctic Sea Ice Extent in the last 15 years /https://mkweather.com/arctic-sea-ice-extent-is-the-2nd-highest-in-15-years/; https://mkweather.com/20-vessels-stuck-and-ice-locked-in-northern-sea-route-the-arctic//.
Therefore, stay safe and warm and will be prepared for the next manifestations of severe winter.