Superheat & Superfloods in Europe & the world - More to come in July - All driven by solar activity.
WeatherActions Euromap's forecast for July 2010 based on Piers Corbyn's new Solar Lunar Action Technique - SLAT has just been released - available via: http://www.weatheraction.com/member.asp
The forecast shows the superheat now being experienced in much of Central and East Europe will beak down in massive thunderstorms before mid-month.
"The record breaking floods and tornadoes in Europe, USA and China and other parts of the world which took place simultaneously in predicted dates during June were driven by solar activity", says Piers Corbyn, astrophysicist of WeatherAction.com.
"The deadly floods around mid-June in USA and France were triggered by Coronal Holes** and we predicted them. It will again be Coronal Holes and related events on the sun which will trigger the thundery deluges and dangerous floods in our forecast.
"The same general solar activity which is driving intense circulation at predictable times and making deep depressions also pumps warm air from the South into Europe at present against blocking highs giving the superheat. They are part of the same predictable set of scenarios driven by solar-magnetic-lunar effects.
"Of course with hot weather in SouthEast England and much of Europe the usual misleading scaremongers and politicians will drone on about man-made global warming but they should be ignored absolutely. Their claims are politically motivated and based on failed science and fraudulent data. Whatever the weather - including cool summers with floods or snow deluges - they claim its down to CO2; but the fact is all their forecasts have failed and they can predict nothing. Their claims have no value".
"The Sun-earth magnetic and lunar situation is now set up for more sharply contrasting extreme events around the world this month and in coming months and we will predict many of them"
Three Part YouTube from Piers Corbyn
Part 1 of 3 Extreme Events & Tropical Storm Forecast
Part 2 of 3 Extreme Events & Tropical Storm Forecast
Part 3 of 3 Forecast for Britain & Ireland July 2010
Met Office Forecast for July as of 1st July
UK Outlook for Tuesday 6 Jul 2010 to Thursday 15 Jul 2010:
Northern and western parts should remain fairly unsettled and often windy, with rain or showers at times. Some drier and brighter weather can also be expected though, especially to the east of high ground. Temperatures will be generally around normal here. Elsewhere it should be more settled with mostly fine and dry weather, although cloudier conditions with occasional rain are also likely at times. Southeast England may remain dry throughout, but there is a low risk of some thundery showers towards the weekend. Temperatures are expected to be warm or very warm. Beyond the weekend, the outlook continues similar, with the more changeable conditions in northwestern parts and the best of the dry, bright and warm weather towards the southeast.
Updated: 1223 on Thu 1 Jul 2010
UK Outlook for Friday 16 Jul 2010 to Friday 30 Jul 2010:
Plenty of dry and bright weather in the south and east, although remaining on the unsettled side towards the north and west, with rain or showers at times. Rainfall amounts may be above normal at first in some northern, and especially northwestern, parts, but for the rest of the country it should be around normal for this time of year. Likewise, sunshine amounts will probably be around the seasonal average. For many places, daytime temperatures are likely to be above normal for most of the period, but very warm spells are possible in the south of the UK at times.
Updated: 1223 on Thu 1 Jul 2010