As we march forward to the impending TOP RED WARNING of a "Solar Climate Change" for the period 10-12 July
(give or take a day each way) from Piers Corbyn at WeatherAction, I will try to use the UK update from the Met Office to show this change. The period, be it only a few days away, will not only be part of the Piers Corbyn forecast for the UK, it will ALSO be part of a complex world weather event
, that could include Earthquakes, Volcanic Eruptions, Floods, Storms and Major Tornadoes. These changes ARE predictable and can be produced by Piers Corbyn months in advance and have NOTHING to do with CO2.
The last time I tried to do this I gave it the tag "North Sea Storm Surge
", and you will see that it was NOT the correct weather situation, but was in fact a major flood (a 1 in 100 year event for that location). I fully expect the UK will see at least a 1 in 20 year event, but will it be a major flood or something else just as bad? The world should also see something in the magnitude of at least a 1 in 20 year event as WELL or maybe even a 1 in 100!! I would like the readers of Climate Realists, FaceBook and Twitter to report this blog to other blog sites in the hope we can show that what will take place during this time frame is from "Solar Climate Change". The events you will see around the world in the next few days will be NOTHING to do with "Man Made" Climate Change, there is a chance the media WILL report the events in this way unless this forecast from Piers Corbyn is mentioned to the public before the above dates. .... more to follow soon......meanwhile....
Met Office UK 6 to 15 day forecast
Updated: 1220 on Sun 4 Jul 2010 UK Outlook for Friday 9 Jul 2010 to Sunday 18 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 a chance 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. There is a chance of heavy, thundery showers affecting southern and eastern England at times, most likely during the first half of the period.
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: 1220 on Sun 4 Jul 2010