“We’re going to see a big dip in temperatures worldwide during the next 10 to 15 years”… “colder than the 1950s and 60s”…
On the Tom Nelson podcast, guest David Dilley – a former NOAA meteorologist – said the earth has entered a cooling period and warned the next 20 years may well be colder than the 1950s and 60s.
Dilley has more than 40 years experience in weather forecasting, and believes natural cycles dictate the earth’s climate changes and that these cycles easily trump any effects trace gas CO2 may have. Not only is climate driven by natural cyclical factors, but Dilley points out that even CO2 changes is naturally driven.
On what to expect in the future, Dilley says we are already cooling now and that the Pacific has already begun to enter a cool cycle after having been in a warm cycle for the past 40 years.
“It’s going to be very cold”
“We’re going to see a big dip in temperatures worldwide during the next 10 to 15 years,” says Dilley.
The veteran meteorologist expects the cold cycle, which has just begun, will take about “20 years to bottom out” by the late 2030s or 2040 or so.
“So we’re going to be in an extremely cold period that time, colder than the 1950s and 60s here in the United States,” Dilley adds. “So it’s going to be very cold.”