Excusing the hyperbolic headline, Dave does highlight some extreme weather systems popping up across the northern hemisphere...and winter has really only just begun. https://youtu.be/hIz6Pc_z-Q8
The freakish weather of 1976-77 occured at the start of Solar Cycle 21 which took some time to get going after a sluggish cycle before it. https://youtube.com/watch?v=QnN1jr9qhNs
The weather in North America is b-b-brrrutal; Of course, as with any weather out of the ordinary, so out comes the media to clamp down on heresy, especially when the Troll-in-Chief comes out to play. Because yes. Everything is our fault. Now don't question, just Repent & Pay. I mean how much clearer can it … Continue reading US #PolarVortex – Cooling is Warming
Something up is coming back down. https://YouTube.com/watch?v=oHWXkVQ2cpI
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
Piers has given a taste of what is to come early this winter. The Daily Express has a rather alarming headline about a Wall of Snow to hit the UK, however that is the headline writers not necessarily the content nor what Piers himself has said. Below are the actual comments from WeatherActions Piers Corbyn … Continue reading @Piers_Corbyn: Major Impacts as Mini Ice Age Circulation Pattern Due to Bite Britain and Europe
Another interesting run down https://YouTube.com/watch?v=acxUgjt9VlY
Children just won't know what warmth is 😉https://youtube.com/watch?v=sir0p7u7XrQ
As the clock change looms, and or Sun slowly goes to sleep, winter 2017-18 is shaping up and WeatherAction's Piers Corbyn has given a taster of his initial winter thoughts reproduced below. 2013 was the last time much of the UK received substantial snow cover. Piers Corbyn, forecaster for WeatherAction, said the jet stream is … Continue reading Piers Corbyn on UK Winter 2017-18
Gav goes through some of the factors believed to effect Northern Hemisphere winters. https://youtube.com/watch?v=wlmYHh-1kHI
“Now, since you’ve read this far, I hope you’ll excuse me if I take a moment to ram my point home a little harder”.
A picture is worth more than words;
By Paul Homewood
Welcome to the latest barrage of lies and misinformation from the BBC:
This week I went to the scene of terrible tragedy.
A river, swollen by raging monsoon floodwaters, had torn down a bridge on the main road between Mumbai and Goa.
More than 30 people are thought to have died when the great stone structure crashed into the torrent, taking with it two buses and a number of cars.
Some of the bodies were swept more than 60 miles downriver in two days.
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