Friggin cold here in Munich. Cloudy all day, for a week or two now. Torrential rains across Bavaria, local river floods have even killed a few people. Quite a number of rooftop solar installations here. This is on average one of the sunnier places in Germany; 800 sun hours in the North, up to 1000 here in the South. Solar can’t have made much this year so far. (Winter output is negligible)
Not impressed with Bavarian weather.
You know. I got my personal Gore effect. I worked for 2 years in Hamburg and it immediately froze over (The monster La Nina 7 years or so back, took 2 years to wane. I think 2008/2009.)
Fun thing was I was working in a solar company of True Believers in Global Warming, I arrived and told them to expect cooling and bang did it cool as winter arrived. The Alster froze over so thick they nearly had their winter fair on it. (In the past they would have had it but today safety regulator spoilfuns require more than 10cm ice thickness. Fun is not easy to come by legally in an overregulated hellhole like the German welfare state. Somebody might die, you know.)
Now I arrive in Bavaria and it is getting conveniently cold. I don’t like sweating.
Only area I didn’t manage to freeze through my personal powers was the Rhine valley. That’s where [a warmunist that pesters notrickszone] is, in the Freiburg area. People there are SO True Believers they started to vote in the Greens. Because, it was ALWAYS the hottest area in Germany but NOW they believe it’s the cursed CO2. So, the lie is basically made for them.