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Piers Corbyn: Public Warning: Serious Snow-Blizzard and gale disruption 13-17th Feb Britain and Ireland
Sunday, February 10th 2013, 3:48 PM EST
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Note: Piers Corbyn and Issued the above Public Warning Update for his recent Monthly Forecast on the 8th February. Please Pay Attention to short term Met Office forecast for your locations during the period of 13th - 17th February.

Short Term Met Office Warnings of Snow or Storms are likely to underestimate these weather scenarios. There will be a higher then average chance that any Snow or Storms will Intensify due to Solar Events on the Sun rather then standard Meteorological changes from normal weather patterns....more to follow
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