The recent long-term forecasts for Europe show we most likely aren’t going to be escaping winter this year. Over the last week or so, the forecasts couldn’t seem to make up their minds, would it be cold or not cold?
One day the forecast showed cold on the way, and the next day the charts would be revised and showed mild weather in the pipeline.
But over the last few days, the signs have all been converging and showing that cold is on the way from Russia. Europe this year may get a hard winter after all – it may be just arriving late. The bottom chart for Europe shows the anomaly for the coming week. The middle chart shows the forecast for the week after. It’s going to get even colder. We’ll see how it pans out.
Asia is already freezing to death!
Below if you click on the charts for Asia, you see that cold is the story of the day. In fact it’s rare to see that much cold over such a vast continent.
The lower chart of central Asia shows below normal temps are forecast for almost every region for the coming week, and the middle chart shows even deeper cold for the week after, as we saw is the case for Europe.
Hansen ought to put his red crayons away and grab for blue or purple ones.
Central Asia: http://wxmaps.org/pix/temp11.html
East Asia: http://wxmaps.org/pix/temp5.html
South Asia: http://wxmaps.org/pix/temp6.html
North America: http://wxmaps.org/pix/temp2.html
Middle East: http://wxmaps.org/pix/temp9.html
South America: http://wxmaps.org/pix/temp8.html
Look at Asia and South America! See all the global warming?
Yet the kooks say it’s still too warm!
Remember that for the climate dummies, like Hansen, NOAA, and a host of others, this is still dangerously too warm. Temperatures are supposed to be a lot lower in order for the Earth to be normal and for life on it to be safe.
Yeah right! Go tell that to the billions of folks In Europe, Asia, Middle East and South America who are now struggling to stay warm.