Wednesday, 24 June 2015

UK & Ireland Heatwave To Arrive On Cue? + Little Ice Age

Britain faces FREEZING winters as slump in solar activity threatens 'Little Ice Age'
A recent Met Office-led study is now warning that Britain faces years of unusually cold winters due to low solar activity.
James Madden, forecaster for Exacta Weather, said: "Solar activity levels, or solar flux, are currently estimated to be at their lowest for the last 100 years. "We will head into another rapid decline throughout the remainder of the upcoming year. "On the basis of past solar activity levels it is an inevitability that solar and sunspot activity will continue to fall off the charts in the coming years and decades, including the upcoming winter period of 2015/16."

Our much earlier comments within various media and dated scientific claims + our methodology for long-range weather and climate forecasting + weather events that we have forecast over the past 5-6 years in the links below:

UPDATE ADDED: Wednesday 24th June 2014 (15:36) - James Madden

Hottest Spell Of The Year To Arrive On Cue For The UK & Ireland

Temperatures will begin to rise quite rapidly throughout the early part of next week as warmer winds veer in from a more southerly direction (From Monday 29th June). This will bring some increasingly warm to hot weather with periods of bright sunshine developing for many. Temperatures could climb as high as the mid to high 20s in parts of the north and south -making this the hottest spell of weather to date for this year. However, there will be the risk of some occasional rain at times, in particular, in parts of the far north. There will also be the risk for some potentially heavy downpours and vigorous thunderstorm activity later next week, in particular, in parts of the south. However, as a whole we can look forward to a rather settled and warm period of weather to start the second month of the meteorological summer and for much of next week.

Our 7 month ahead preliminary 2015 summer forecast that was issued on the 23rd December 2014 stated for this exact period + another period that is still to come:

A number of notable periods of pleasant conditions and a more notable warmish/hot spell could develop throughout the latter part of June/start of July. This could see temperatures initially exceeding the mid to high 20s for several days in parts of the south to begin with, before becoming more widespread in other parts of the country later.

UPDATE ADDED: Wednesday 24th June 2014 (15:36) - James Madden

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