I’d been meaning yo write about the QBO and jetstream but no need. When you hear “unprecedented” bear this in mind:
Joe Bastardi wrote:
In 1975 (or 1976) we had a cold front ( from the south) cross the equator. I remember people flipping out about that, the awe of it, not that it was some kind of magical sign of impending doom. In any case that is even more impressive to see a trough from the south push so much to deliver such an event.
Here is the article reference in the journal:
Here is the 1957 version:
The Berliner Kurier reports that the PIK scientists foresee a weakening of the sun’s activity over the coming years. “That means that conversely it is going to get colder. The scientists are speaking of a little ice age.”
According to the PIK scientists, the reduced solar activity will, however, not be able to stop the global warming and only brake the warming up to 2100 by 0.3°C.
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