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GEOFF SHARP from LANDSCHEIDT.info blog
The Massive Northern Hemisphere Winters Set to Continue.
Posted Tue, 07/30/2013 – 20:15 by Geoff Sharp on ‘Tallbloke’ blog
“At first glance it looks like a graphic from a Discovery Channel programme about a distant ice age. But this astonishing picture shows the world as it is today ( February 2011)- with half the Northern Hemisphere covered with snow and ice”
Please take the time to visit the above link from the daily mail
The photography is jaw droppingly spectacular
Geoff points out that he has previously successfully predicted the past cold winters of the northern Hemisphere
from his blog
Geoff was inspired by a number of scientists who maintained
the Sun is modulated by the planets.
His website LANDSCHEIDT.info ….pays tribute to these great researchers and Geoff Sharp is compelled to continue their work..
and doing very well may l add…
quote from Geoff
“Thanks to CARL SMITH who has recently left us we have new knowledge that significantly adds to JOSE, LANDSCHEIDT & CHARVATOVA’s work.”
NOW FOR GEOFF SHARP’s LONG TERM WEATHER FORECAST
Geoff Sharp: Solar based NH Winter forecast
EXTRACTED HIGHLIGHTS in point form
NORTHERN HEMISPHERE WINTER
“During what will be known as the Landscheidt Minimum we have so far experienced massive winter events especially in the Northern Hemisphere over the past 3 years.
This coming winter event will be no different
– as the solar conditions continue to look weak during the very low cycle max of solar cycle 24,
– the cool Pacific Decadal Oscillation ( PDO ) conditions also look to prevail
-The current E Ultra Violet levels are still very low and are not expected to increase according to my prediction for at least 25 years,
-the cool phase of the Pacific Decadal Oscillation ( PDO) which normally lasts 30 years is just beginning and should encourage La Nina conditions over El Nino.
-The position of the NH jet stream has been influenced by the Arctic Oscillation ( AO ) or Northern AO over the past 3-4 NH winters.
Last year the neg AO directed the jet stream to be most destructive over western Europe and the USA.
This year could be different in respect to where the most severe impacts will be felt.
-The Quasi biennial oscillation( QBO …upper air winds in the stratosphere) which looks to be involved with the northern polar vortex breakups is moving towards its westerly phase, this phase is not as conducive to negative AO formations, as the planetary winds are not encouraged as much to travel north to impact the polar vortex and the associated impacts on the AO. If this trend continues we would be less likely to see as much negative AO activity as last year which will shift the jet stream position to impact Eastern Europe and China.