Snow In May Sets Record For Maine

Falling snow sits on flowers in the Public Garden during a spring snow storm in Boston, Massachusetts April 4, 2016. REUTERS/Brian Snyder

(TRUNEWS) As Washington and California battle heatwaves and raging fires, Northern portions of Maine got up to five-inches of snow this morning. The phenomenon set records for the month in several cities in the state. Snow this late in May is unprecedented and has many meteorologists perplexed. Locals appear to be to be more frustrated than confused, as reported by Reuters.

“I wasn’t expecting this. This is the latest I’ve ever seen it snow.” said a man who had just returned to the state from being in Florida.

Futurist and Market Analyst Peter Temple says cycles show that the world is entering a 500 year ‘Little Ice Age’ and that the Dow Jones will crash 90% in value by 2020.

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Temple’s statements were made during an exclusive interview with Rick Wiles of TRUNEWS, while discussing how Alexander Chizhevsky’s Solar, Edward R. Dewey’s Business, Ralph Nelson Elliott’s Market, Nikolai Kondratiev’s Economic, and Raymond H. Wheeler’s Climate cycles can be used to accurately predict future trends.

Dr. Raymond H. Wheeler Ph.D was a research professor at the University of Kansas in 1961, who with a team of 200 analysts recorded all temperatures and rainfall from 600 BC to 1920. Dr. Wheeler discovered that every 1000 years temperature increased, and at the 500 year mark the temperature began gradually decreasing across the globe. Based on this data, Temple said the world temperate peaked in 2000, and will begin gradually cooling and drying by 2023 for at least 500 years.

Original Article: http://www.trunews.com/snow-in-may-sets-record-for-maine/#Hx91svWBJtR0X5Yf.99

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