Merry Christmas To All NTZ Readers And Visitors!

And that includes those of you who do not agree with me. Now here’s a humorous little clip that I think is a little relevant.

It’s always a good idea to have quality data and analyses before deciding on and implementing precautionary measures.

Have a good one, folks!

7 responses to “Merry Christmas To All NTZ Readers And Visitors!”

  1. ArndB

    Thanks Pierre,
    The snow available in France, Germany and Baltic countries is fairly enough for a White Christmas, http://www.snow-forecast.com/maps/dynamic/europe , with rain from Italy, Balkan, Hungary to Poland, but weather conditions will hopefully not prevent anyone from having a Happy Holiday Season.

  2. R. de Haan

    I think this is relevant:

    We’ll have a record number of people celebrating a “White Christmas” this year, the hottest on record according to James Hanson & Co.

    http://www.natice.noaa.gov/pub/ims/ims_gif/DATA/prvsnow.gif

    http://www.natice.noaa.gov/pub/ims/ims_gif/DATA/cursnow_asiaeurope.gif?session-id=05e4790d63175d4111bff4b15e7adc2f

    Merry Christmas Pierre.

  3. Juraj V.

    Merry Christmas Pierre!

  4. Peter Whale

    I found your site this year and have been greatly entertained by your observations which have a ring of truth about them. I wish you and your family very merry Christmas and happy new year.

  5. R. de Haan

    HO HO HO CHRISTMAS EVE, FROM JOE BASTARDI
    Cold for Christmas, but the thaw is coming

    A 4-7 day apology from mother nature is on the way as a major warmup comes into the northwest, and indeed, much of europe gets a break Its a bit later than what I thought from earlier this month, and so we get the white Christmas but a soggy New Year from the warm up is on the way. That is also the case for the eastern US, which after cold and snow the front part of the week, warms with a soggy New Year in the eastern US. There will be a return of the cold though, but probably not till after the 5th and relative to averages stronger further south.

    Read more at Joe Bastardi’s European blogsite! http://www.accuweather.com/ukie/bastardi-europe-blog.asp

  6. R. de Haan

    Just made a nice walk through the frozen snow in a windmill littered landscape. Beautiful sunny weather, no wind but freezing cold.

    The solar panels on the roofs covered with a thick blanket of snow.

    No reliable energy source when you really need it.

    A true waste of money and resources.