Watch “Massive Snow Accumulation Records U.S & Canada & Greenland All Time Ice Gain (479)” on YouTube

https://youtube.com/watch?v=SRbvSFtsN_8 David with the usual run down of cold Sirius the globe. He comments on how unusual tornadoes are in November. This is not the case. According to our Severe Weather Expert Dr. Greg Forbes, the second half of October, and especially November, can often be a second season for tornadoes and severe thunderstorms. Forbes … Continue reading Watch “Massive Snow Accumulation Records U.S & Canada & Greenland All Time Ice Gain (479)” on YouTube

Norway’s Washout Summer, Farmers Despair at rain, rain, rain

Despite the early heatwave it has been for the most part an increasingly poor wet summer, highlighted best by the Central England Temperatures which have been going down; Further north, it has of course been far wetter, however nothing like in Western Norway where it's been very wet in some places for 70 out of … Continue reading Norway’s Washout Summer, Farmers Despair at rain, rain, rain

Watch “Arctic Is Screaming! – Telling Scientists To Shut Up”

The only sound you are most likely to hear is a combination of ice crunching up against the hull of the ship that hosts scientists screaming to be saved from the "rotten" ice after another public funded jaunt to gleefully watch it "melt" has give horribly wrong. Again And again And again https://youtube.com/watch?v=R00G48OAuMM As Ron … Continue reading Watch “Arctic Is Screaming! – Telling Scientists To Shut Up”

Meteorologists explain The Scream

Wikipedia Was Edvard Munch seized by panic at the sight of "screaming clouds?" I was walking along the street with two friends – and the sun set. Suddenly, the sky turned blood-red and I felt a shiver of sadness. A feeling of oppressive pain in my breast.“ This is how the Norwegian painter Edvard Munch described the … Continue reading Meteorologists explain The Scream

Finland: Is it fall, winter or spring?

Image via Finish Meteorological Institute No need to take out the sunscreen just yet. The weather forecast for next week calls for great October weather… in May. Southern Finland will face the beginning of the week in chilly conditions. Cold breezes from the Arctic Ocean will sweep through the country on Monday and Tuesday, which could … Continue reading Finland: Is it fall, winter or spring?

Norwegians take skis out of storage after freak snowfall. Coldest night on record

It seems the late winter is still biting hard (bold added); Norway is currently under an amount of snow extremely rare for late spring, with up to half a metre of snow falling in areas outside of Oslo. Snowfall during Wednesday night caused traffic delay Thursday, and so much snow has fallen that Oslo residents … Continue reading Norwegians take skis out of storage after freak snowfall. Coldest night on record

Iceland: From Record Heat to Record Snow

One of the misconceptions with the term Little Ice Age is that we will have Dickens Winters. This perception, often portrayed in Hollywood films with snowy Christmases (if only!) is quite wrong. A meridional or wavy jetstream brings a greater transport of cold and warn airmasses meaning records can go either way; An Introduction to … Continue reading Iceland: From Record Heat to Record Snow

Norway: July Temperatures in January

When people in Sunndalsøra woke Wednesday 25 January, there were over 14 plus degrees outside. The heat remained throughout the day, all night and well into Thursday. Between the hours of 21 and 22 Wednesday night the temperature reached an impressive peak in the entire 15.9 degrees. On average, the temperature in Sunndalsøra this day 13.8 … Continue reading Norway: July Temperatures in January