Saturday, 31 October 2015

Predictions This Year + Gulf Stream Science Update

To date this year Exacta Weather have forecast the following long-range forecasts with a very high success ratio to our subscribers from several months ahead:
1. The cold and wet summer for the UK & Ireland + media articles from several months ahead with accurate descriptions from Exacta Weather

The Met Office also admitted it had failed to predict the wash-out endured by Britain in the below article and stated that it was 'impossible' to predict.
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/weather/11835279/Soggy-summer-was-impossible-to-predict-says-Met-Office.html

We have also had a very good year scientifically for our scientific claims dating back to 2009 when global warming had a stronghold upon the scientific community. However, we are now being backed up by one of the worlds leading climatologists in the following largely Exacta Weather based article about the Gulf Stream that has received 250,000 likes on Facebook!

http://www.express.co.uk/news/nature/604619/Long-range-weather-forecast-Britain-cold-winter-2015-arctic-snow-freeze

Professor Stefan Rahmstorf of the Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research in Germany backs up our science within the above article, and he works from the exact same office that Einstein developed relativity... He also goes on to state the following about the Gulf Stream:

​Professor Stefan Rahmstorf, said it has slowed by between 15 and 20 per cent. This has resulted in cooling equivalent to switching off a million power stations with possible catastrophic effects this winter. “There is more than a 99 per cent probability that this slowdown is unique over the period we looked at since 900 AD. “We conclude that the slowdown many have described is in fact already underway and it is outside of any natural variation.”​​

First Snow Arrives On Cue + More To Come, But Not Yet! & Hurricane Patricia Success

First Snow Arrives On Cue + More To Come, But Not Yet! & Hurricane Patricia Success

Recent images/media links of the first snow of the autumn - as highlighted in our several month ahead subscribers report:

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-scotland-34626210
https://www.pressandjournal.co.uk/fp/news/highlands/732624/first-snow-year-falls-north-scotland/

The week ahead will bring a rather changeable theme with periods of rain developing for many, and more frequently in parts to the west of the country. However, it won't be as cool as recently as winds veer in from a more southerly direction, and temperatures could reach or be well in excess of the mid teens in parts of the south. However, it could be a different picture the further north you go with some more near normal temperatures and standard autumn type weather for the time of the year. Towards the end of the week will bring a much drier and more settled theme for many, although unsettled weather conditions could persist, in particular, in some parts of the north and west, where it will feel cooler. There is also the small risk for some additional wintry showers to develop across higher ground in the north within this period. However, some periods of strong sunshine will deliver some bright and mild conditions at times as high pressure attempts to push in across the British Isles.
Some of this warmth progressing northwards is also part of the process that will help to deliver the cold and wintry conditions later this November, with the possibility of low level snow in places from some notable wintry blasts during the second half of November.
The following Telegraph article from the 23rd October also stated the following:

James Madden, forecaster for Exacta Weather, said: "It does look as though the first wintry showers of the autumn will arrive over the weekend in parts of the far north. "However, on this occasion these are likely to be restricted only to higher ground and of no real significance.

"A more unsettled end to October could bring some further snow across higher ground next week, but any low level snow to other parts of the country is more likely LATER in November."
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/weather/11950984/Badly-behaved-weather-is-on-the-way-as-Britains-schools-go-out-for-half-term.html

Third party computer models and other forecasters are likely to undergo some sudden and extravagant changes to some rather wintry and very cold weather conditions for later in November from in or around the 10th November onwards, despite their current outlooks at present.
More enhanced details including snow dates, snow risk forecast charts, and the UK and Ireland November PDF is available to members within the login area.

In addition to the first snow of the autumn at the weekend, there was also some major concerns and mentions of atomic bombs on the other side of the Atlantic from Hurricane Patricia.

Exacta Weather forecast Hurricane Patricia for these exact dates and for the exact locations for where it would make landfall to our USA subscribers on the 7th June - It is also available to view in the UK/Ireland members login area. Our long range forecast also stated that a major and newsworthy hurricane would be significantly downgraded once it made landfall within this period.

No casualties were recorded and Hurricane Patricia was downgraded to a much smaller category storm upon landfall.

UPDATE ADDED: Monday 26th October 2015 - James Madden (Forecast information was added earlier to subscribers)


A cold and snowy winter is on the way to the UK & Ireland - But do you want to be left behind with standard meteorology later this autumn and for the upcoming winter for snow dates/alerts? - Exacta Weather can let you know when and where it's going to snow from weeks in advance using our solar methodology... Not the day before!

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