A 'Climate Expert' inspects the latest CHIMP6 output for clues as to how it's all the fault of the peon masses. You’ve maybe heard of extreme weather attribution, where ‘scientists’ attempt to attribute a heatwave, storm or flood etc. to man-made climate change, some time after the event. You’ve heard of rapid extreme weather attribution where they fall over … Continue reading Jaime Jessop ‘Met Office Attribution Study – Reading Chicken Entrails Might be the More Reliable Method’
our study didn’t detect a signal [for farting 🦄] it is plausible that any change currently underway could be masked by the large variation between years and between decades [i.e.weather]. Any significant change [in farting 🦄] would have a substantial effect on Europe’s weather and climate... we take VISA, PayPal and Bitcoin The signal that … Continue reading Met Office study discusses invisible Gulf Stream climate signal?
The Science™️ This is just like the fun with the polar vortex a few years ago, despite being well known about in the 1970s, but created instant media coverage as "experts" in The Science™️ immediately linked it with 🎶 ominous music plays 🎶 Climate Change. It's been Sudden Stratospheric Warmings, the Indian Dipole, El Nino … Continue reading Met Office: Why Storm Eunice was so severe, and will violent wind storms become more common?
No surprises of course, but damning that this unscientific dogma comes from the Met Office: stabilise climate which requires net zero emissions”. Caution – alarmist brainwashers at work. Never mind the ‘unrealistic’ climate models. – – – Thirty-eight emails released under a recent FOI request provide an interesting insight into the way Government science advisers … Continue reading Emails Cast Further Light on the Plot to Re-educate Boris About Climate Change
Apparently the Met Office are pushing a new report that, according to their latest totally accurate projections which are so much better than those they churned out over a decade ago.suggests by the 2040s most of southern England could no longer see sub-zero days. By the 2060s only high ground and northern Scotland are still … Continue reading No Snow? More like No Soul
The Met Office on recent UK weather and how the sudden stratospheric warming (ssw) looks to bringing extended cold as winter locks into the northern hemisphere; https://YouTube.com/watch?v=-3dyOjjRBts
The Beast Part II as predicted by Piers Corbyn https://youtube.com/watch?v=o6uypyYw3Co
https://youtube.com/watch?v=LB0IsvJlXVk The winter of 1987 came at the very start of solar cycle 22. I remember this winter well as the ice slide we made in the playground lasted weeks not days. It was so cold I was able to throw a bucket of water down my garden drive and it froze over to make … Continue reading Watch “Big freeze – January 1987 – weather forecast presented by Ian McCaskill”
Ex-Hurricane Ophelia caused three deaths in the Irish Republic and thousands of homes were without power. It's the worst storm in 60 years which makes the Red Warnings by Met Eireann beforehand warranted. Hurricane Ophelia: Schools closed and thousands without power The evolution of the storm can be seen here on this NOAA NWS Air … Continue reading Red Sky at Noon, Hurricane Ophelia and the Memory Hole
Activists like to make claims. Like most biased interested parties, the hyper vision of their narrow lens means that anything and everything is proof. https://youtu.be/af-j1W9PWR0 However, like most activist claims they don't stand up to scrutiny so they morph into some other threat; It's an endless stream of verbal and written diarrhoea that attempts to … Continue reading The Hottest End of the World Evah!
Romanian YouTuber Vee Monro shows some of the devastation wrought by the ferocious storm in Romania that killed 8 and injured 137 with 100km/h winds. https://youtu.be/rS9QF-blfhY Romanian media may be hyperbolic but at least I haven't seen the dreaded Climate Change bogeyman which our media lazily reach for anytime something out of the ordinary occurs. … Continue reading Killer Storm in Romania, thanks Obama!*
"Jim what's the weather like outside?" "I'll just check with the computer model...It's going to be drought, floods and we're all going to fry" "You could've just looked out the window for me and told me it's drizzling" https://youtube.com/watch?v=SQIXnIot_Ck https://weatheraction.wordpress.com/2016/10/18/uk-met-office-to-push-inaccurate-forecasts-out-to-12-months/
Joe Bastardi has realised for some the debate is settled and it doesn't matter what you say or what has happened before, the agenda is all that matters. I look forward to his new posts putting perspective on the unprecedented meme. Not because my ideas have changed, but because you can only say the same … Continue reading Joe Bastardi – Shifting Gears on My Climate Debate Contributions
The Radio 4 programme that has caused so much consternation. Piers Corbyn makes an appearance. If the player doesn't work try here. This is a snippet featuring Piers. Piers Corbyn: They spend hundreds of millions on supercomputers. Those supercomputers will - even if you spend ten times that - would not improve forecasting skill one … Continue reading Audio – What is the Point of the Met Office?
TUE DEC 9 at 00z WeatherAction Current weather Commentary from Piers Corbyn FREE The weather peril warning the BBC REFUSED to release at the end of November TOP RED PUBLIC EXTREME WEATHER WARNING Damaging storms, extreme cold and blizzards coming Piers Corbyn, astropysicist and chief forecaster for WeatherAction said (00hrs TueDec 9): "The massive storm … Continue reading Piers Corbyn “Weather Bomb is not the end of Extreme Weather”
The 'hottest year eva' has been rammed down the publics throat today and has been virtually impossible to escape. So desperate is the situation that the 'impartial (ho ho) BBC' has been compiling a list of 'extreme' events this year. I did the same once for '76 & '77...that's 1876 and 1877. Then, three storms … Continue reading Screw the Hottest Year Ever have you seen that Massive Coronal Hole?
There's a lot going on in the latest Express article Britain faces ARCTIC FREEZE in just weeks so I dug out what WeatherAction's Piers Corbyn has been quoted as saying. Piers Corbyn and his team at WeatherAction say extreme solar and lunar activity is causing huge rifts in the flow of the jet stream with … Continue reading Record Low Cold Snap on Way?
On the 24th October the UK Met Office released their 3 month forecast for 'contingency planners' covering the period November-January. Over the past week a stream of media articles appeared predicting a mild, wet and windy winter based upon the 'form horse'. WeatherAction's Piers Corbyn, is not impressed that we are effectively being flogged another … Continue reading Piers Corbyn – Met Office Winter Forecast is “Foolish babble from deluded charlatans and should be ignored”
Over at the Talkshop, Tim Channon has had a look at the Met Office's recent outlooks ahead of ex hurricaine Gonzales which sadly killed two in London*, recording gusts of 108mph in the Cairngorms, 88mph in Oban and 60-70mph in many parts. It caused wide disruption but nothing like the storms of last October and … Continue reading Predicting Gonzalo’s Path
As forecast, Hurricane Gonzalo made landfall over Bermuda on Friday with rain and winds of up to 110 mph causing power cuts, flooding, felled trees and damaged buildings.
The storm has continued in its journey since then, and passed the Canadian island of Newfoundland during Sunday morning.
The remnants of this tropical storm are being caught up in the westerly flow across the Atlantic and will be drawn towards the UK, crossing the country on Monday night and early Tuesday.
By the time Gonzalo crosses the Atlantic, however, it will be a very different system to the hurricane that affected Bermuda.
It will undergo what meteorologists call ‘extra-tropical transition’, which means it loses the warm-core typical of a tropical cyclone and becomes a much more standard Atlantic low pressure system – like we regularly see around the UK at this time of year.
As such the low pressure is expected…
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