Monday, 18 April 2016

As a Pacific ocean La Nina appears a bitterley cold 2016/2017 winter is forecast.

                 A three year super La Nina is coming with global cooling. it is already making its presence felt this month.   NOAA has predicted an unusually cold sea surface temperature especially in the second half of 2016.  combine that with a sun spot dearth on the sun and the world is facing a devastatingly cold 2016/2017 winter.(report  as far as the UK is concerned this comes at a time of perilous reduction in electricity capacity(Daily Telegraph report Emily Gosden 18/4/16)
Australian Bureau of Meteorology image shows by April the warm Pacific El Nino warm water is almost gone.  NOAA predicts a La Nina colder even than the LA Nina of the 1970s. as for the UK the costs are increasing of keeping older coal plants on warm standby in case of UK blackouts is rising with the consumers footing the bill. This with the cooling sun and the earth farther from the sun in its orbit will mean very cold months in 2016/2017 winter.

NOAA La Nina prediction with La Nina values of -0.5K expected in June.

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