The Yahoo News blog writes:
Meteorologists are calling for an early and cold winter in Western Canada, probably one of the top three coldest in the last 20 years for the West Coast.”
This comes at the heels of last month’s reports from Britain where long-range forecasters warned of below average temperatures from October through February, along with lots of whites stuff, which just a few years ago was said would be “rare and exciting” in the future because of global warming.
Cold events caused by natural factors
In times of global warming, people may ask what’s causing all the cold and snow? Accuweather’s Brent Anderson has the answer:
That’s typical of a La Nina, but (blasts) don’t last very long; they come and they go,”
In other words, when cold events occur, it’s because of natural factors. But when warm events happen, then it’s man-made global warming. And what about Britain’s coming cold weather? You guessed it -also caused by natural factors (UV radiation!). And should cold extremes befall us, then of course it’ll be due to
global warming, er, man-made climate change – which scientists say “leads to weather extremes”. If you are getting confused, don’t worry – so am I! (And so are the scientists).
So how cold is it going to get over the vast Canadian territory? The Winnipeg Free Press writes:
The forecast is one of the coldest winters in the past 20 years for Western Canada, major snowstorms for Ontario and Quebec and a drier than normal winter for Atlantic Canada.”
Accuweather’s Brett Anderson adds:
Western provinces can expect a fifth-consecutive deep freeze to move in and stay.”
Vancouver will experience one of its coldest winters on record.”
Last month German whippersnapper meteorologist Dominik Jung, a warmist, predicted here the fourth consecutive bitter winter would grip Central Europe this winter and could strain the energy supply. Looks like we’ll need to burn more coal, and not less.