By P Gosselin on 10. February 2019
Share this…FacebookTwitterRecord cold temperatures, transportation disrupted, fire extinguishers freeze as “coldest air mass ever” sweeps over Japan’s northern island of Hokkaido. By Kirye As the Asahi Shimbun here reports, Japan’s northernmost main island of Hokkaido has been gripped by a deep freeze with the temperature plunging to -31.8°C in Rikubetsu on February […]
By P Gosselin on 20. January 2019
Share this…FacebookTwitterAs winter progresses through January and heads into February, the latest forecast tells us one thing: Global warming is not putting an end to brutal cold winter conditions like experts said it would in the early 2000s. At his Weatherbell Analytics Saturday Summary yesterday, meteorologist Joe Bastardi pretty much gave his seal of approval […]
Veteran Meteorologists Warn Of “Bitter Cold” …”Areas Under The Gun” As Models Project Cold Polar Blasts!
By P Gosselin on 12. January 2019
Share this…FacebookTwitterYesterday we wrote about a study that told us the data do not support that weather blockings are occurring more often than they used to. Some alarmist media and scientists have claimed that the heavy snowfalls in the Alps are happening due to manmade global warming. Swiss meteorologist: Such snowfalls “nothing unique” for Alps […]
By P Gosselin on 11. January 2019
Share this…FacebookTwitterWe’re seeing lots of headlines about heavy snowfalls and cold temperatures gripping Eastern and Southern Europe. Not surprisingly some activist scientists are blaming manmade global warming. Expected snow depths by January 15. Chart: WXCharts.EU. Junk theory: Global warming causing more snow extremes Yet global warming logically isn’t supposed to be directly causing massive snow and bitter […]
By P Gosselin on 18. December 2018
Share this…FacebookTwitterPeople familiar with the chaos that is weather will agree that seasonal forecasts based merely on computer simulations are highly speculative and involve much guesswork. The quality of their output leaves little to be desired. As much as some of these forecasts may be presented with authoritative tones, in the end they all come with […]
By P Gosselin on 24. November 2018
Share this…FacebookTwitterWinter has arrived much earlier than normal this year, particularly across North America, where cold records have been shattered. This Thanksgiving is in fact going down as one of the coldest ever on record across the Northeast. The Washington Post here, for example, reports that Thanksgiving and Black Friday 2018 will be remembered for […]
By P Gosselin on 17. November 2018
Share this…FacebookTwitterRecently we’ve been hearing about how cold it’s been over much of North America, for example how Houston saw its earliest snowfall on record! Well, it appears that the early wintry conditions are getting set to take even stronger hold over the Northern Hemisphere. Yesterday at Weatherbell’s Daily Update, veteran meteorologist Joe Bastardi showed […]
By P Gosselin on 14. November 2018
Share this…FacebookTwitterThe weather models are all now pointing to wintry weather pushing into Europe next week, after a year of near record warm temperatures. Is a cold winter in store? German skeptic weather and climate blogger Schneefan (Snow Fan) here writes that the winter most likely will be starting early this year, but it remains […]
US CFSV2 Model “Horrible Bust” October Forecast …Month Ends Up Brutally Cold Across Western Hemisphere!
By P Gosselin on 27. October 2018
Share this…FacebookTwitterCorrection: It’s the CFSV2 that is “busted”, and not the GFS as mistakenly reported earlier. ========================================= At his Weatherbell Saturday Summary here, veteran meteorologist Joe Bastardi takes a hard look at the US CFSV2 October-2018 forecast and compares it to what really happened. “Horrible bust” For energy dealers and those in the agriculture business, […]
By P Gosselin on 25. September 2018
Share this…FacebookTwitterAs the end of September closes in and the first signs of winter begin to appear, some people are wondering what to expect for the coming winter. Cold and snowy or mild and rainy? Meteorologists are busy looking for signs of the coming winter using different methods. This season a variety of results have […]
Near Record Lows Set Across Central Europe…Snow Blankets Alps Below 1000 Meters…Surface Frost In Germany!
By P Gosselin on 26. August 2018
Share this…FacebookTwitterParts of Europe woke up to near record low temperatures, snow and surface frost this morning as cold air swept across the continent from the north. Just a couple of weeks ago the climate ambulance chasers were hysterically crying climate wolf as much of the continent baked at high temperatures under drought conditions. But […]
Against The Forecasts: Sea Ice Grows…Surface Temperatures Fall… Troposphere Cools…Polar Regions Stable!
By P Gosselin on 7. July 2018
Share this…FacebookTwitterGerman climate and weather analyst “Schneefan” (Snow Fan) here writes a summary of the first half of 2018 thus far. All data show that the surface temperature of the globe has been cooling strongly over the past months and polar ice mass growing. He writes that in the first half of this year we […]