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Old 07-07-2018, 06:21 PM   #1
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Default Anyone posting from Canada/Quebec around here ?

TV news report a heat wave with temperatures up to 40° C and a 45° realfeel, up to 54 deaths due to the heat in Canada and the same stuff appears through videos from youtubers…

But in most the weather forecasts I checked temperatures range from only 20 to 26° C, even on BBC Weather…

tv5monde ; worldweatheronline ; eldersweather… couldn’t check further due to a very bad Internet connection, but I’ve been checking the first one almost daily last times and it’s always up to date…

So how does it really feel in Quebec these days ?


All MSM still reporting on the event so I don't suspect it a hoax, just curious to get an on-site confirmation and to know why so many weather forecasters skip it.

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Old 14-07-2018, 05:41 PM   #2
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Wow I cant imagine it would ever get to 40 or higher ANYWHERE in canada!


It was quite hot here last week.... Mid-upper 90s and supposed to get in the 90s on monday but I think I read it may cool down some..........

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Old 14-07-2018, 07:00 PM   #3
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Guess where ? The Rockefeller Center…

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/AccuWe...of_meteorology

Scroll down and you’ll read about the exclusive AccuWeather’s realfeel panic button…

https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/montr...toll-1.4740031

I remember AccuWeather is the forecasting site where I saw reported a 45°C ‘realfeel’ while the MSM and some youtubers would stop at only 40°, but in the meantime and as I previously wrote, many other weather forecasters would just report an average heat for the season. So has there been a heat wave false flag some days ago about Canada and Quebec ?
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Old 19-07-2018, 06:22 PM   #4
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OK so AccuWeather definitely is junk as you may read from this forum, and it’s just one source available among the dozens reporting even user tracking by the company, which I recall has its headquarters at the Rockefeller Center… : )

http://www.city-data.com/forum/weath...ther-joke.html

However it doesn’t seem to be one more independent weather forecaster trying to make a few easy bucks out of thin air, but given its financial and logistical means rather a company funded by the millions to actually mislead the public about worldwide climatic events or fake some for whatever reason, like for instance the latest 40°C heat wave in Quebec also reported by the MSM.


Sadly my current bad Internet connection didn’t allow me to check whether AccuWeather reported the heat wave said to have been lasting for weeks in Scandinavia with temperatures up to 32°C, even in the last hours up to 30° and 20° at night in Ivalo, north of Finland.

http://www.tv5monde.com/cms/chaine-f...tm?id_ville=68

As I first asked it would be interesting to hear from local people, because if it's not been tricked as part of the global warming propaganda, then it's getting actually worrying because it's been lasting for weeks with abnormally high night temperatures as well.

https://nationalpost.com/news/world/...yearly-average


Then there is something else which I think to remember has a brand name just like the 'realfeel' and contributes to the global warming prop. I'm struggling to access any website these days so I can't give you a link, but you just have to use the 'ice-cream-truck-Scotland' keywords and you'll get the results pertaining to the lately reported 'heat waves'. What a misery... : |

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Old 20-07-2018, 11:42 AM   #5
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Here it is, and the system I meant must be the Stevenson screen or maybe was it the 'realfeel' itself...

https://wattsupwiththat.com/2018/07/...e-cream-truck/


AccuWeather's 'realfeel' has been borrowed by the MSM since a while in their weather forecasts, and it's clearly a temperature measurement enhancer to overpicture warm weather. So is there a global conspiracy by the media to make the public give into the ‘warming’ ?

About the Scandinavian ‘heat wave’ there are almost no video, no witness interview or testimony, mostly still pictures of people bathing outside that might have been taken anywhere in the world and at anytime. What about England, Canada or the whole Western Europe having always crappier summers and colder springs every year since the two past decades ?

Youtube videos like this one are clearly made to scare the public, so is all that really happening as described or just part of a fear propaganda ?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TTsJbOjgels
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