Winter weather Forecast 2011 / 2012 - One of the most severe in modern times ?

******************************************   Wednesday July 20th 2011 – Winter 2011 / 2012 Forecast for the UK & Northern Hemisphere in general   ********************************************** 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Part 1…Introduction

 

 

Before I proceed with the main content……………..

 

 

PART OR MY ENTIRE FORECAST COULD TURN OUT TO BE “WELL OFF THE MARK!!!”

 

Note……….My forecast is primarily constructed by the analysis of the Moons declinations and phases over the following 9 months…………Also, the transit of Mercury over the following 9 months is also taken into consideration along with the monthly squares between the Moon and Uranus / Saturn………the position of certain other cosmic bodies over the following 9 months have also been taken into account

 

The eruptions of volcanoes in 2010 and all those up to the time of writing - July 2011 - have also been taken into consideration.

 

Eruptions taking place after this forecast is posted will only serve to make any cooling throughout the winter of 2011 / 2012 far more evident.

 

My monthly “snapshots” and general overview can be seen towards the end of this article – Part 3…The “snapshots” will run from September 2011 through to March 2012

 

The “snapshots” have been formulated with the analysis of Moon declinations and phases only!

 

The overview takes into account all of the other phenomena as seen above!

 

Some suggestions concerning other parts of the northern-hemisphere will be included in the forecast.
 

(My suggested Christmas 2011 forecast can be seen in the Overview and general comments section towards the bottom of Part 3……I give relatively good detail, and my reasoning for reaching my conclusion)

 

This forecast was posted on page 68 of the tpuc forum http://www.tpuc.org/forum/viewtopic.php?f=6&t=16873&start=670  on Wednesday July 20th 2011

 

Part 2 – as seen directly below – contains a collection of my extracts or articles related to this article in one way or another.

 

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Part 2……Extracts / articles – for reference purposes

 

 

1……   https://sites.google.com/site/crabtreescompendiumofesoterica/home/page-6-new-world-order-illuminati-shadow-government-and-their-agendas/page-8-astrophysical-and-geophysical-and-related-phenomena/page-9-predictions    Nov 5th 2008

Global and UK general Weather/Climate predictions 2008 to 2030 (+/- 3 years)…..

I expect more severe winters with more coldness and snow as we move towards 2030

 

I expect that most of the winters from 2009 to 2030 to be more severe than the winters of 1947 and 1962 to 1963......2012 to 2014 could see very severe UK WINTERS

 

2……   http://www.tpuc.org/forum/viewtopic.php?f=4&t=14695   May 9th 2010……………………

Since 2006 I have made various predictions (some were placed on the MySun forum - the internet forum administered by the Sun newspaper, and all or most can be found on various pages and in attachments on my web-site ) relating to global financial / political events and astrophysical, geophysical, meteorological and climate events.

 

Some of the predictions that I have made relate to the very high probability of an impending Ice Age.

 

Below is an extract from page 9 – Predictions page - which I posted on March 1st 2010

 

2010: The “so-called” (The I.P.C.C brief definition of global warming is that it is man-made, I – and various others – realize and understand that global warming and cooling happens naturally and is a cyclic phenomenon.) global warming stabilizes and the first phase of the “real” global cooling begins. 2010 to 2017: Moderate global cooling with temperatures matching those during many of the years from 1941 to 1983. 2017 to 2022: There will be a brief global warming, with a 2-year temperature peak akin to the temperatures that were monitored during the 1931 to 1940 and the 2000 to 2007 warm periods. 2022 to 2050: The second and most severe stage of global cooling will begin, with a great and very rapid cooling with temperatures very quickly falling, and will resemble the average temperature that was monitored in the1800s. (NOTE: The Little Ice Age was a time of cooler climate in most parts of the world. Although there is some disagreement about exactly when the Little Ice Age started, records suggest that temperatures began cooling around 1250 A.D. The coldest time was during the 16th and 17th Centuries. By 1850 the climate began to warm. Data from the internet shows that the average global temperature in 1890 was 56.5 Fahrenheit (13.61 Celsius) and the average global temperature in 2009 – 2010 was/is 58.1 Fahrenheit (14.5 Celsius) Therefore 1890 was a full 1.11 Celsius degrees colder than the global average of 09 and 2010, and this was despite the fact that the global average temperature had been warming from1850 through to 1890.) (I have used my personal Ephemeris data and public domain historical climate data to construct this paragraph) © Richard Crabtree Friday 29th January 2010 EXTRACT FROM A PAPER THAT I PRODUCED IN JANUARY 2010

 

Not too long ago NOAA - National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration – discovered that instead of the approximate number of 10,000 underwater volcanoes (see this one of many links that you can follow) http://oceantoday.noaa.gov/underwatervo ... lcome.html

that they thought that there was, the figure, as they discovered, was in fact in excess of around 3 million – and the number is growing!

 

Underwater volcanoes / vents warm the oceans of our planet. Warm water evaporates and rises. The water evaporation is “seeded” by volcanic ash / particles emissions (and positive – ionisation - and cosmic rays emitted by the galactic centre, the Sun and “faults” all over our planet). The “seeded” particles form (even) more clouds than are “usual”. The clouds produce (more than usual) heavy rain or snows fall (as has been witnessed over the last few years across the globe, and which has been referenced on my web-site and in many other information sources).

The sulphur from the volcanic emissions mixes with the water molecules. This produces particles of sulphuric acid (which are highly reflective to the infra-red –heat - emissions from the Sun).

 

The combination of the factors that I have mentioned, more sulphur particles, more ash, more ionisation, more cloud and more rain or snow, are all, in my observation and that of various others, a major contribution to global cooling...NOT global warming.

 

CLIMAP (Climate Long Range Investigations Mapping and Prediction) tracked ice volume over the last 500,000 years, and they discovered that they began or ended abruptly at around every 11,500 years.

 

It has also been observed that the global climate becomes cooler and wetter about every 179 years. This cycle is caused by the Suns retrograde (clockwise motion) around the centre of the solar system. The retrograde motion is caused by the gravitational pull of the planets in our solar system, especially Saturn and Jupiter which happen to be in the same quadrant of the solar system every 179 years. In turn, this produces magnetic changes on our planet. This cycle causes abrupt and extreme changes in the global climate. At every other beat of this cycle, a “Little Ice Age” event occurs on Earth.

 

Approximately, every 360 years, a little ice age event occurs on Earth. Every little ice age is part of a larger 1,440 year cycle. This 1,440 year cycle brings dramatic and rapid changes in climate and global glacier expansion. The global climate became very cold around 4,200 years ago, 2,800 years ago and 1,400 years ago.

 

Which means, if my research is correct, that the next beat of the 1,400 year cycle is due now!

 

Assuming that I am correct, this now means that the following cycles are converging together: 179 years – 360 years – 1,440 years and 11,500 years.

 

As most of those reading this may understand, Earth changes have been escalating over the last several years (I give LINKS to this type of information on various pages on my web-site).

 

As we approach 2012 to around 2020 or there about, we will all experience more and more dramatic astrophysical, geophysical and metrological phenomena.

 

My own personal daily monitoring of the cosmic aspects (and historical research) that has been mentioned above, and information that I research from many sources, indicate, to me at least, that we are entering into a prolonged period of rapid global cooling!

 

I humbly suggest that we are, as I type these words, experiencing the first stages of an Ice Age.

 

Whether “Little” or “Full Blown”

 

3……   http://www.tpuc.org/forum/viewtopic.php?f=6&t=16873&start=350   Monday December 27th 2010

11...The northern-hemisphere and parts of the southern -hemisphere to become even colder than of late, and events such as floods, landslides, torrential rain, “sink holes”, localised heat-waves (mid to equatorial latitudes), tornadoes in “unusual areas” and other extreme meteorological phenomena to occur more frequently than of late.

 

4……   http://www.tpuc.org/forum/viewtopic.php?f=6&t=16873&start=640   Sunday June 26th 2011

I’m hoping to post my “fleshed out” suggestions / forecasts for the coming winter sometime over the next 5 or 6 weeks or so jg……

 

I posted the basics of my winter 2011 / 2012 forecast back in August 2010 on page 14, but I’m just waiting a while longer to see precisely how many more volcanic eruptions there will be over the next month or so before I add more detail to the forecast…………………..

 

Also (in relation to the reply above), on June 11th 2008 I posted the following predictions on my website (this can be seen on page 12)

http://www.tpuc.org/forum/viewtopic.php ... &start=110  

(10) There WILL be a steady rise in Earth-quake and volcanic activity around the Earth.......Especially in the Northern Hemisphere at between 30 and 45 degree latitudes

(19) There will be steady (at first) rise in Global weather phenomena such as heat- waves, hurricanes, gales, storms, heavy-snow fall (especially around 2013) torrential rain and floods up to 2012/2013 and possibly beyond

 

As can be seen in several of my posts over the last few years, sulphur dioxide emissions from volcanic eruptions can also cause sunlight reflection in the atmosphere…………..the ash particulates from volcanic ash “seed” water molecules which produce more cloud which produce more rainfall / snowfall………..the sulphur dioxide combined with the “ash” induced extra cloud makes for extra cooling and precipitation conditions across the planet.

 

Other factors will be involved with cooling over the next several years – one of which will be the declination of the Moon over the southern hemisphere as from December 2011 through to August 2014 (You can discover more about this particular phenomena by conducting your own research)

 

Regarding the winter of 2011 / 2012……………………………………..

 

Before I give more detailed information of what I believe will occur for winter 2011 / 2012 over the following few weeks, I will say the following……………………..

 

I humbly suggest that the winter of 2011 / 2012 will be even more severe than the winter of 2010 / 2011……….I suggest that there will be even more RECORD breaking snowfall and freezing temperatures for the whole of the UK, Ireland, western/central Europe, Asia and parts of the North American continent.

 

Similarly to late November and December 2010, I am expecting to see easterly air flows (north-easterlies through to south-easterlies) start to predominate in the UK …..this will be caused by high pressure systems in the areas of Iceland through to the northerly areas of Europe and Siberia……………Except that this coming winter will probably produce longer lasting high pressure systems in the areas described – longer lasting than the high pressure systems of late 2010 and early 2011.

 

I also humbly suggest that the winter of 2011 / 2012 will start even earlier than the winter of 2010 / 2011……I suggest rapidly cooling conditions as from around mid-September 2011.

 

I also suggest that people will find the winter of 2011 / 2012 much harder to cope with, more so than the recent winters, because of the likelihood of electrical failures, food, fuel and cash shortages……the reason for these shortages will become more evident as from June 27th 2011 through to September 1st 2011.
 

(5)……   http://www.tpuc.org/forum/viewtopic.php?f=6&t=16873&p=158394&hilit=pws#p158394   Tue Oct 5th 2010

 

Overview from 2010 through to 2050

 

2010 to 2017: Moderate global cooling with temperatures matching those during many of the years from 1941 to 1983.

 

2017 to 2022: There may be a brief global warming, with a 2-year temperature peak akin to the temperatures that were monitored during the 1931 to 1940 and the 2000 to 2007 warm periods.

 

2022 to 2050: The second and most severe stage of global cooling will begin, with a great and very rapid cooling with temperatures very quickly falling, and will resemble the average temperature that was monitored in the1800s

 

Unlike Jonathan Powell and Ray Anthony of Positive Weather Solutions (PWS), and various other main-stream professional or amateur forecasters, I forecast that the northern hemisphere winters (inclusive of those in the UK) will become generally more severe after 2010 / 2011.

 

I also forecast that the following winters of 2011 / 2012 and 2012 / 2013 will be as severe or even worse than the coming winter of 2010 / 2011 in the northern hemisphere.

 

I also suggest that the summer of 2011 may be much like the summer of 1816 (Known as “Poverty Year, Year There Was No Summer”) when global average temperatures decreased about 0.4–0.7 °C (0.7–1.3 °F). 

 

 

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Part 3…… My monthly “snapshots” and general overview.

 

The “snapshots” have been formulated with the analysis of Moon declinations and phases only!

 

(My “snapshots” first – then my overview / final comments last – the overview and comments have been formulated with all available data at hand at the time of writing)

 

General speaking - a snapshot of September through to December 31st 2011 weather for the UK (some suggested likely scenarios / NOTE:  …… denotes a different  set of events  / time period)

 

September 2011 - some suggested weather scenario’s for the UK……most settled period from around the 4th up to around the 12th, probably cold mornings on the 2nd – 3rd - 4th  - 10th , any precipitation around at this time will probably fall from midnight to noon, western areas of the UK may see SW to W breezes from the 5th through to around the 10th, ……from around the 12th up to around the 19th may begin to set the trend of what may be a severe winter for the UK in general, probably cold mornings on the 11th – 12th – 13th, any precipitation around at this time may probably fall during the day light hours then disperse as midnight draws near, winds may probably increase in strength around the 12th and become colder through to around the 19th, as the 19th approaches winds will probably turn more W then NW with a more noticeable wind chill than was experienced up to around the 10th……the 19th up to around the 30th may probably see a big deterioration in weather conditions, any precipitation in this period may probably fall between noon to midnight, this will probably be the most unsettled period of September, the coldest mornings will probably be the 18th -  19th – 20th  - 21st – 26th – 27th – 28th, all of the days in this period will probably be very cold, blizzard  (or heavy rain/sleet) conditions are possible from the 26th to the 30th in northern parts of the UK down to around the Hull region, the winds in this time period may be predominantly from a northerly direction with north-westerly’s or north-easterlies depending where pressure systems are, there is the possibility that high pressure may build to the north or north-east of the UK in this period – should this be the case then the more likely areas that may experience NE to SE blizzard ( or heavy rain/sleet) conditions would be from the north-Yorkshire area down to Kent.

 

 

 October 2011 - some suggested weather scenario’s for the UK……the two most unsettled time periods for October will likely be from the 1st to around the 4th – then from around the 19th to around the 31st, the coldest mornings will probably be the 3rd – 4th – 5th – 11th – 12th – 13th – 16th – 17th – 18th – 19th – 20th – 21st – 25th – 26th – 27th,the coldest time frame will probably be from around the 16th to around the 28th……any snow fall in the 2nd to 16th time period will probably occur in more westerly parts of the UK……S to SW veering more to W / NW winds will probably be experienced as from the 2nd through to around the 18th……snow  (or rain / sleet) is more likely in northern areas from the 19th to around the 22nd then southern areas are more likely to see snow from around the 23rd to the end of the month (should snow not be experienced at all during these time frames then cold rain or sleet will probably be seen), night time blizzard conditions may be seen around the midlands to the London areas around the 26th – or heavy  overnight rain/sleet at least

 

 

November 2011 - some suggested weather scenario’s for the UK…… the two most unsettled time periods for November will likely be from the 1st to around the fourth then from the 18th to months end……the coldest mornings are likely to be on or around the 2nd,5th, 10th,13th,18th, 23rd and 25th……the greatest risk period for snow/sleet/rain is likely to occur from the 12th to months end with an even greater risk as from the 25th to the 30th……Any snow/sleet/rain in the period shown is likely to fall overnight, generally speaking, between the 24th and the 30th, and from noon to midnight from the 18th to the 24th……Any snow fall etc.is more likely to affect the southern parts of the UK as from on or around Sunday the 20th to the 30th, and early in the month on or around the 5th……Any snowfall etc is more likely to affect the western , northern and eastern areas from the 5th through to the 23rd……..the greatest chance of blizzards occurring will likely be around the 1st, 14th,23rd and the 27th…….Any precipitation of any kind is more likely to fall as “day” precipitation on and within two days either side of the 10th…….The 5th may bring sever cold in many areas of the UK

 

 

December 2011 -some suggested weather scenarios for the UK…… the most unsettled time period for December will likely be on or around the 18th through to months end, and the 11th, 12th and 13th……the coldest mornings are likely to be on or around the 4th, 10th, 18th, and 22nd to 26th……heavy snow fall will be more likely to occur as from the 18th through to the 26th or near – the heaviest snowfalls in this time period may be more likely to occur in the southern areas of the UK, becoming more widespread as from the 26th……northern/western and eastern areas may be more at risk from snowfall as from the 4th through to the 18th……blizzards may be more likely to occur on or around the 4th, should this be the case, then blizzard conditions are more likely to occur from midnight to noon, and especially in south-westerly areas of the UK – then other periods for possible blizzard conditions are likely to be on or around the 11th, 18th, 22nd and 25th……there is a very good chance that Christmas Day will be white, especially  from Hull down  to the whole southern coast, with the more southerly areas probably bearing the biggest brunt……northerly areas are more likely to be affected by snow fall from the 10th to the 17th, with possible blizzards in Scotland on or around the 11th

 

 

January2012 -some suggested weather scenarios for the UK…… the most unsettled time periods for January are likely to be on or around the 7th/8th then 16th through to months end with the most unsettled time in this period as from the 16th to the 26th……the coldest mornings are likely to be on or around the 3rd, 6th, 9th,16th, 23rd and 28th……heavy snow is more likely to occur from the 16th through to the 26th with easterly and southerly areas of the  UK probably seeing the heaviest snowfalls in this period……northern/western/eastern areas of the UK will very probably be more at risk of snowfall from the 1st through to the 13th……the most likely times for blizzards to occur will probably be on or around the 4th, 7th,18th , 22nd and 28th……

 

 

February2012 -some suggested weather scenarios for the UK…… the coldest mornings are likely to be on or around the 4th, 8th, 15th and 21st …… the most unsettled time periods for February by far are likely to be from the 14th through to month’s end, with the worst of this period being from the 14th to around the 23rd, with the likelihood of heavy snowfall from the Norwich latitude down to southern coasts…..western/northern and eastern areas of the UK will probably be more prone to snowy conditions from the 1st through to around the 10th……the likelihood of blizzards to occur will probably be  on or around the 4th, 10th/11th, and 18th/19th , with southerly regions probably seeing the worst of any blizzard conditions around the 18th/19th, and mid-latitudes of the UK on or around the 10th, with Scotland and northern England on or around the 4th – and possibly through to the 10th

 

 

March 2012 -some suggested weather scenarios for the UK…… the most unsettled time period for March is likely to be from the 14th through to around the 24th, then the 2nd, 3rd, 29th and 30th……the coldest mornings are likely to be on or around the 3rd, 8th to 10th, 15th, 21st/22nd/23rd  and 29th……the most precipitation will probably occur from the 14th through to around the 25th……snow in the northern areas of the UK is more likely from the 1st to around the 7th……snow for the middle latitude of the UK is more likely around the 6th to the 13th……snow for the more southerly/easterly and westerly areas of the UK is more likely from the 14th to the 24th……snow for the UK in general is more likely from the 24th to the 31st……blizzard conditions are more likely around the 2nd to 3rd, 7th to 11th,19th to 23rd and the 29th to 31st……NOTE…if snowfall doesn’t occur on the dates shown, then sleet or rain are likely……one of the windiest periods is likely be from around the 19th to around the 24th.

 

 

Overview ……………………………
 

(Have you noticed how spring came early this year, and how cool the summer has been to date – generally speaking…And have you noticed how the weather has been autumnal recently…And have you noticed how all manner of plants have bloomed early, and have produced their fruit – in some case up to around 1 month early, and did you notice how the seasons of 2010 were also not “as they should be”……………….Mother Nature knows what’s to come!!!)

 

 

(1)……I suggest the winter of 2011 / 2012 will be more severe than the previous three successive winters, with well below average temperatures.

 

(2)……I suggest that a general and rapid cooling trend will begin on or around Monday September 12th 2011, with  frosts, then continuing the trend into October and beyond

 

(3)……I suggest that the early stages of winter 2011 / 2012 will begin in a similar fashion to that of 2010 / 2011, i.e., November will show its  “teeth” of winter - only earlier than the November 22nd blast of last year

 

(4)……I suggest that unlike last winter, when the anticyclones in the areas of Ice Land / Green Land/Siberia were relatively short lived, that one or more anticyclones will build in these areas – but this time will last for a longer period of time……or one may possibly continue for several weeks.

 

(5)……I suggest that the first anticyclone of winter 2011 / 2012 may start to become evident on or around November 13th 2011…..Should a anticyclone occur around this time, then it may persist for several weeks at least, should this scenario not occur around this time, then an anticyclone may occur on or around December 10th 2011, if not at all at this time, then January 6th may finally bring about an anticyclone.

 

(6)……Last year I suggested that the winter of 2010 /2011 would break snowfall and cold temperature records in areas of the northern-hemisphere , I also suggested that various areas of the northern-hemisphere would have the most severe/cold winter for at least 100 years – it eventually turned out that was indeed the case – BUT…………….

 

(7)……I now suggest that the winter of 2011 / 2012 will be longer lasting than the winter of 2010 / 2011……it will break more cold temperature/snowfall records than the winter of 2010 / 2011…….it will be colder than the months of November/December were in 2010 / 2011……it will produce more snowfall than last winter, but not only in the months of November/December – like that which occurred last year , but also throughout January, February and into March 2012.

 

(8)……I suggest that the winter proper of 2011 / 2012 could well begin as early as late September or October 2011…….The potential that this could occur is quite high according to my own research and analysis.

 

(9)……I suggest that amongst the areas at risk for severe cold and heavy and prolonged snowfall will be the Highlands of Scotland (again) and the areas of south-eastern England (again)……These were two of the areas most affected last winter – but although I suggest more of the same this winter, the difference will be, I suggest, it will be colder and the snowfall will be heavier and longer lasting in these two areas.

 

(10)……Other areas of the UK will also be harder hit than last year I suggest, but probably not quite as severe as the two areas mentioned above.

 

(11)…..Ireland, which broke several winter records last year, will be even more affected this winter – I suggest.

 

(12)……I also suggest that the western areas and mid/northern areas will also be inundated with heavy snowfall, but again – probably not as severe as the areas seen in (9) above

 

(13)……The USA and continental Europe/Asia will not escape the wintery onslaught that I expect to occur…….These areas, I suggest, will also have heavy and prolonged snowfall with many areas experiencing cold temperatures colder than last winter. 

 

(14)……I suggest that this winter, across the northern-hemisphere generally, could well be the most severe for……150years at least.

 

(15)……I suggest that temperatures in parts of Scotland could fall below minus 28C, and temperature in other parts of the UK could well fall below minus 21C, temperatures in parts of continental Europe / USA / Asia could fall below minus 30C.

 

(16)……I suggest that snowfall depths / accumulations could reach at least 3FT in various areas of the UK, but especially in  Scotland and southern areas of England………..this would be without the additional help of drifting / blizzard conditions……..drifting / blizzard conditions could see snowfall depth’s in some areas of the UK, of 12 FT or more .
 

(17)……I suggest that December 25th - Christmas day – 2011 has all the ingredients for being a “White Christmas”….

 

The Moon reaches it southerly most point (Southern Declination – SD) on Friday December 23rd, in Perigee on Thursday 22nd and becomes “New” on December 24th at 7-06pm – “Christmas Eve”…..The Moon is also square with Uranus on the 24th and with Saturn on the 26th…….There is also an alignment between Saturn, Earth and Jupiter on the 25th, and a square between the Sun and Uranus on the 22nd and the winter solstice takes place on the 21st……Also, Venus squares with Jupiter on the 21st and the Sun conjuncts with Pluto on the 28th

 

In addition, Mercury forms a “square” with Earth at 9-14pm on Thursday December 22nd, and continues to be “near square” through to the 25th / 28th

 

Also, I expect a change to occur in the polarity of the Interplanetary Magnetic Field (IMF) around the 24th to the 27th, and there is the possibly of some type of solar activity – flares, filaments, coronal –holes and a CME – occurring around this time frame

 

(Some of the phenomena that is associated with one, some or all of the cosmic events, as seen above, are earthquakes – volcanic eruptions – extra magma flow/volume – very strong winds/gales/tornadoes/hurricanes/ - land slips/landslides – sink holes – avalanches – extra snow/sleet/hail/rain fall / electrical - lightening – thunder storms / – droughts – flooding / tsunamis   – disturbances to the magnetosphere/geomagnetism – telluric currents {electrical current fields of planet Earth})

 

Mercury, the New Moon and the Perigee will provide the cooling from the 22nd through to the 28th……The Perigee and the expected sector boundary crossing (SBC) of the IMF, and any disturbance of the Sun (as seen above), will provide the “agitation” to atmospheric currents – and consequently any speeding up of wind flow.

 

Because of the Moons SD on the 23rd of December (the Moons declination being a major “player” in determining which area of the UK - or the rest of the northern-hemisphere for that matter) experiences, in this case the southern areas, the most precipitation) I would suggest that the area of the UK from Hull on the east-coast across to Southport on the west-coast down to Eastbourne on the south-east coast across to Lands’ End on the south-west coast will stand a greater chance of experiencing a White Christmas more so than areas north of Hull and Southport.

 

 

(Any snowfall over the Christmas period, i.e. Christmas Eve through to Boxing Day, is more likely to produce the heavier or greater amounts overnight as opposed to the hours between 9am and 9pm or thereabouts (this will also apply to any type of precipitation that may fall other than snow, i.e. sleet, freezing rain  / rain or hail)

 

(Precipitation of any kind from December 24th through to January 1st 2012 will tend to occur mainly overnight, but as the 1st of January approaches, the tendency will be for the timing of any precipitation to start to fall more towards mid-night and continuing more towards noon the following day….…as an example, snow on Christmas Eve would fall as from around 9pm then cease around 9am on Christmas Day, but on December 31st – the snow would begin, at say 11pm, then cease at around 11am on January 1st 2012) 

 

 

Although I suggest that snowfall (should any occur at all) should be more prominent in the areas and the time frame indicated above, this is not to imply that snowfall will not occur in other areas of the UK not alluded to…it’s just that my data indicates that the southern portion of the UK stands the better chance of experiencing a 2011 White Christmas.

 

 

General comments…………………………
 
 

(Have you noticed how spring came early this year, and how cool the summer has been to date – generally speaking…And have you noticed how the weather has been autumnal recently…And have you noticed how all manner of plants have bloomed early, and have produced their fruit – in some case up to around 1 month early, and did you notice how the seasons of 2010 were also not “as they should be”……………….Mother Nature knows what’s to come!!!)

 

As many are well aware, the previous three winters have all been progressively colder with increasing snowfall.

 

There are various reasons for this, but one of the major players in this scenario has been escalating volcanic eruptions.

 

This year alone, July 2011, there have been at least 48 confirmed eruptions   http://www.volcano.si.edu/world/find_eruptions.cfm

 

As can be seen earlier in this article, sulphur dioxide emissions from volcanic eruptions can cause sunlight reflection in the atmosphere…………..the ash particulates from volcanic ash “seed” water molecules which produce more cloud which produce more rainfall / snowfall………..the sulphur dioxide combined with the “ash” induced extra cloud makes for extra cooling and precipitation conditions across the planet.
 

(Also, cosmic rays - from the galactic centre, generally speaking – are also a big factor in “seeding” cloud formation, since this form of radiation penetrates more deeply into the solar system – and consequently our atmosphere, during years of low solar activity – i.e. sunspots, solar flares, CMEs and coronal holes etc……But during the years of high solar activity, a stronger solar wind helps to keep out cosmic radiation…….Whenever there are instances of strong solar winds – as seen above, a phenomenon termed “Forbush decrease” occurs……A “Forbush decrease ”is a rapid decrease in galactic cosmic ray intensity… It occurs due to the magnetic field of the ionised solar wind sweeping some of the galactic cosmic rays away from Earth……An increase in Auroras and / or severe Ionospheric disturbance are often marked by Forbush decrease)

 

The volcanic part of the global cooling equation along with my own study of Moon  / Earth and planet interactions and the consequences of such (and other studies of different phenomena) have lead me to determine that the winter of 2011 / 2012 in the northern hemisphere is very likely to be one of the most severe in modern times.

 

Should my thinking regarding this scenario be correct, then many people across the planet will suffer greatly.

 

Financial events are continuing to become ever grimmer as each day goes by.

 

This fact, along with a my hypothesised severe winter scenario, could be the cause of great misery – heating / lighting disruptions, food shortages, travel disruption on a grand scale and so on  could well become the norm this winter……..Deaths, especially amongst old people, could rise dramatically compared to previous winters.

 

Should this winter pan out the way that I expect it to, then it will beautiful and awesome, but also deadly!!!

 

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You may find the links below interesting……………..

 

Winter of 2010–2011 in Europe   http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Winter_of_2010%E2%80%932011_in_Europe

 

“A Dalton Minimum could sneak up on us announced”…………………

"NOAA is inflating their Sunspot count by counting specks," says Al Morris. "To get a more scientific count that compares to the old Wolf Sunspot number please review the Landscheidt website."

http://www.landscheidt.info/?q=node/50

 

 

Latest Satellite Surface Current Forecast for North Atlantic - Loop Current - Gulf Stream   (Animation)

http://polar.ncep.noaa.gov/ofs/viewer.shtml?-natl-cur-0-small-rundate=latest

Latest Surface Temperature Forecast

http://polar.ncep.noaa.gov/ofs/viewer.shtml?-natl-temp-0-small-rundate=latest

 

 

 

Final words…………….

 

Although I endeavour to analyse my own data correctly I make mistakes.

 

I repeat that which I wrote at the top of this article………….

 

PART OR MY ENTIRE FORECAST COULD TURN OUT TO BE “WELL OFF THE MARK!!!”

 

 

Richard Crabtree Wednesday July 20th 2011