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Models Suggest “Four Month” European Freeze Just Weeks Away

Latest GFS runs show a teeth-chattering end to October for the majority of Europe, with a dangerous Arctic blast expected to descend as far south as North Africa.

Rare early season snow is on the cards for many countries, including the UKRomania and even Morocco.

And record accumulations are possible for the Alps and Scandinavia.

James Madden, forecaster for Exacta Weather, says the freezing weather could last as long as “four months,” possibly even stretching into March 2019.

Madden adds that the brutally frigid temperatures will be driven by a sharp decline in solar activity and a new El Nino.

Oct. 29 GFS Temp Anomaly (1981-2010)

Oct. 30 GFS Temp Anomaly (1981-2010)

This latest European forecast comes as low-temperature-records are currently tumbling across large swaths of the US:

Snow Warnings Issued Across EIGHT States — Record-Cold and Heavy Snow

It’s here.


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2 Thoughts to “Models Suggest “Four Month” European Freeze Just Weeks Away”

  1. S

    I just checked the GFS model, and it gives me different values.

    Where did you get that data from?

    Mine is from: https://www.tropicaltidbits.com/analysis/models/?model=gfs&region=eu&pkg=T2ma&runtime=2018101512&fh=6

    1. Cap Allon

      GFS changes all the time — consistently forecasts cold arctic air funnelling down late Oct/early Nov though — https://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news/uk-weather-forecast-temperatures-nosedive-13422424

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