Extreme weather is predicted for the rest of Summer in Europe and U.S. warns a top British meteorological forecaster.
Piers Corbyn, who fronts the Weather Action forecasting service that has consistently out performed the British Meteorological Society in giving high-class weather forecasting services, makes this latest prediction on his website today (July 3, 2010).
Weather Actions Euromap's forecast for July 2010 based on Corbyn's new Solar Lunar Action Technique
- SLAT has just been released and is now available online.
are predicting that the superheat now being experienced in much of Central and East Europe will beak down in massive thunderstorms before mid-month.
Foretelling The Changes in Quiet Confidence
The renegade weatherman has serene quiet confidence in his abilities borne of his long standing out-performance of the internationally respected British MET Office, his main rivals. The MET ignominiously abandoned long-range forecasting after a series of high-profile failures including their promise of a ‘barbecue summer
’ in 2009 (Daily Mail, July 30, 2009) in what turned out to be one of the biggest washouts of recent times.
Despite the World Meteorological Organization suggesting that accurate weather reports benefit the global economy by over $40 billion annually, very few forecasters have much success beyond the standard three-day range. Corbyn made his name from foreseeing a far longer period.
United States Impacted By Coronal Holes Effect
The deadly floods around mid-June in USA and France were triggered by Coronal Holes and were correctly predicted by Corbyn’s team. From detailed observations the sixty-one-year old notes,"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"
Piers, soft-spoken and patient in his video presentations on the 'Climate Realist
' website, warns, “ 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.
Are Weather and Climate Related?
Yes, says Piers who scoffs at those who disagree. But the gentlemanly Brit takes issue with those who insist unstable weather patterns 'prove' man-made global warming.
Soft-spoken Corbyn believes that such claims are politically motivated and are based on what he calls, “failed science and fraudulent data." He insists the Sun is the key to both our climate and weather. He opines, “ 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."
Money-making Success Betting on the Weather
Weather Action boasts a success rate of 80% or better for their forecasts. Indeed, so successful has been Corbyn that he has become the scourge of U.K. bookmakers who no longer take bets from him based on his predictions. Conspicuously displayed on Corbyn's wall is a photocopy of a check for £2,291. The money was one payout from London betting firm, William Hill.
Corbyn is very much on a 'winning streak' at the moment; in June 2010 the guru of weather forecasting nailed an incredible five ‘once in a hundred years’ weather predictions, including mid-month deluges that swept across the United States causing floods in the south of the country and the ‘super floods’ in Arkansas.
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