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Astrophysics v Meteorology: Met Office latest 3 - 5 day forecast shows significant change coming to UK Friday
Tuesday, January 15th 2013, 9:52 AM EST
Co2sceptic (Site Admin)
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Yesterday I posted the current 5 day Met Office UK forecast (Monday 14th to Friday 18th January) and there were NO indications for any changes for the end of the week.

As you can see from the above image taken from Today's Met Office 5 day forecast (Tuesday 15th - Saturday 19th January) there would seem to be a significant change coming to the UK for Friday 18th.

This would mean that the Solar influence of the R5+ "Solar Climate Change" would make the current Met Office forecast underestimate Friday's "Amber" warning and therefore any snow fall would be enhanced to a much higher level. We will have to wait and see if The Met Office carry a "Red - Take Action" for this area come the day.

Other events around the world such as a M7+ Earthquake and a "Super Storm" may also develop in this period....more to follow

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