it will indicate that other areas of the world will also see dramatic changes........stay tuned for more.
The above charts are taken from the Met Office site, indicating that there is "no severe weather warning issued for the UK" during Thursday 8th and Friday the 9th of July (the starting point of the forecast from Piers Corbyn)
The latest forecast from the Met office
UK Outlook for Saturday 10 Jul 2010 to Monday 19 Jul 2010:
The north and west of the UK will remain fairly unsettled throughout the period, with showers or longer periods of rain, some which may be heavy. It will also be windy at times, with the possibility of gales in the far north and northwest at first. Elsewhere, it should be more settled with generally dry weather and sunny periods, the best of these across southern and eastern parts of the UK. However, there is a chance of heavy and possibly thundery showers affecting the far southeast of England at first
. Temperatures are expected to be around normal for the time of year in the northwest where cloudier conditions prevail. Elsewhere it should be warmer, possibly becoming very warm in the southeast early in the period.
Updated: 1208 on Mon 5 Jul 2010
See also - Severe Solar Climate Change Event Predicted for mid July
by John O'Sullivan
For those of you who have no idea why I am taking time out to show this information, there is a high chance of "Solar Climate Change" commencing 10th - 12th July (give or take a day), not just in the UK but around the world. When these charts start to turn