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Arctic Blast set to Ravage the UK’s May Bank Holiday Weekend? Latest Forecasts call for potentially Record-Breaking Snow

According to latest GFS runs, a brutal Arctic air mass is set to plunge into the majority of Europe in early May, bringing with it freezing temperatures and potentially record-breaking snow.

The pattern requires close monitoring, and could easily shift, but if it holds this could prove a very damaging late spring cold snap, particularly for fragile field crops.

An intensifying Grand Solar Minimum should bring with it an extension to winter conditions. And 2019 is certainly developing that way so far, with regular reports of cold-weather records tumbling across North America, Europe and Northern Asia even with us now well into the second half of spring.


An Arctic UK May Bank Holiday should certainly wake a few people up. That is unless the AGW crowd sink their dirty fraud-claws in and once again blame every bloody weather event on global warming.

Record late-season snow is a result of a warming world, don’t you know? Because warm air equals more moisture which equals more snow —gimme a frickin’ break.

An unbiased view lays the record-late snowfall seen across the northern hemisphere this spring firmly at the feet of an intensifying Grand Solar Minimum, and the meridional jet stream flow associated with low solar activity.

Click the article at the bottom of the page for a more detailed look at that.

GFS TEMP ANOMALY (C) FOR MAY 03 THRU MAY 07


The solar cycle we’re exiting now (24) was the weakest cycle in over 100 years, and global average temperatures are beginning to respond. Even mainstream science is calling for the next solar cycle (25) to be weak, and when that occurs, temperatures aren’t likely to recover, not in our lifetimes anyway.

Prepare.

Grow your own.

Grand Solar Minimum + Pole Shift

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2 Thoughts to “Arctic Blast set to Ravage the UK’s May Bank Holiday Weekend? Latest Forecasts call for potentially Record-Breaking Snow”

  1. Sapaud

    The Global Forecast System (GFS) is quite bad, at least for Europe.
    We have now Friday, May 3rd., with partly sunshine and about 9 ° C around 11:00 o’clock in the morning.
    The Google weather forecast for the next days show similar data.

    1. Cap Allon

      The GFS has its good days and its bad days — it is currently (May 04) snowing in parts of the UK though, just as the GFS suggested it would earlier in the week.

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