There is very cold air and high pressure over the Russian North. If low pressure in central European sucks that cold air in, we will have a very long and cold winter. This is a configuration that does happen once every few years and it is so common that I was taught about it in elementary school, when we were taught to read weather charts. There is even a proverb to go with it: "der Ostwind ist ein eisig' Vetter, doch er bringt beständig Wetter," describing a long-lasting weather situation of prevailing easterly winds, low precipitation, low cloud coverage and low temperatures. There is snow when the cold air from North-Russia first hitd the warm wet air from the Atlantic. This snow does not melt until spring. Examples include the cold winters of 1939/1940, 1940/1941 and 1941/1942.
If you knew anything, you would know this. But you don't know anything, except how to invent fantasies, then argue why they are not fantasies, but reality. This is why you lap up the system-propaganda so happily. You are already used to ignoring facts, so it's not troubling to you at all to accept lies at face-value (families consist of men only, Syrians are black, doctors and engineers, etc, a man can have a Jew doctor cut his genitals off, he then is a woman, etc.) and even spread them.
News flash: 10% of East Germans can not afford food anymore and are dependend on food banks. And this is only one year after the green party took power!
We have blackouts somewhere in Germany every two weeks now, thanks to renewables. There just isn't enough power being fed into the grid, so they switch off some industry. Think what will happen when it gets even colder and people start using electricity for heat to have at least some warmth!
System-media have transitioned to calling black-outs brown-out. Maybe calling it black out was too racist? If course leftists are either too young or too stupid that in the past, Germany used to be able to reliably deliver electricity to both population and industry at affordable prices. Trains were largely on time. There were enough doctors and hospitals. Public health insurance even paid for glasses and dentistry. The list goes on.
Of course, this was in the bad old days under Kohl, before SPD and Green party and Merkel increased our chocolate rations from 30g/week to 20g/week. Long live the big brother!