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Sun disappears over the Pole of Cold, in bizarre repeat of last year’s blackout
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Now this is strange, is there something going on they are not telling us ?

Quote:repeat of last year’s blackout

By The Siberian Times reporter
09 August 2019
Residents of sub-Arctic Verkhoyansk district of Yakutia woke up in complete darkness.

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The timing of the returning black skies puzzled the locals as almost exactly a year ago
- in July 2018  - there was another pitch black morning over three major areas of Yakutia

There was no trace of light until after 8am local time over the Verkhoyansk district in the north
of Yakutia.  Almost exactly a year ago - in July 2018  - there was another pitch black morning
over three major areas of Yakutia, Eveno-Bytantaisky, Zhigansky and the same Verkhoyansky
district. 

Darkness which had a yellow tinge lasted for over three hours and was followed by drop in air
temperature. The territory impacted by the gloom was larger than Italy.

This time weather experts thought the blackout was caused by smoke from wildfires mixing with
heavy rain clouds, and they didn’t register change in temperature. 
The timing of the returning black skies puzzled the locals.

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Residents of sub-Arctic Verkhoyansk district of Yakutia woke up in complete darkness



‘Is that becoming a weird tradition that every August or July we wake up, panicking, because
there the Sun is off again?!’,  said a resident of the town of Verkhoyansk.

It was a high amount of carbon monoxide in the air that sped up and intensified the process of
clouds formation, said chief specialist of Fobos weather station Yevgeny Tishkovets.

‘This situation can be compared to what is happening during cloud spiking which is done to cause
rain. The cloud cover was as thick as it can possibly be, add to this the wildfires smoke and
precipitation.

This is still, of course, rather approximate and we need to analyse what happened in a lot more
details’, he said on Yakutia-24 TV channel. The Fobos weather centre shared two maps, one
showing extremely high amounts of carbon monoxide (7,19mg/m3 while the allowed maximum
is 5mg/m3) in the air, and another one confirming very high level of cloudiness.

Currently heaviest wildfires are in the south of Yakutia, with smoke moving north.

It was a high amount of carbon monoxide in the air that sped up and intensified the
process of clouds formation, said chief specialist of Fobos weather station Yevgeny
Tishkovets

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(08-10-2019, 09:30 AM)Wallfire Wrote: Now this is strange, is there something going on they are not telling us ?
Major rail and domestic power disruption was also a problem in the UK last night. Connected?

UK power cut: National Grid promises to learn lessons from blackout.
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Well, that's just downright spooky!  Ominous!   tinybighuh
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@Wallfire   minusculewtf  mediumfrightened That is Strange!
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