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UK Long Range Weather Forecast - Autumn 2014 & Winter 2014/15



 




The following autumn membership sale offers are of extremely good value and can therefore only run for a limited period of time - they include access to all UK & Ireland month ahead and seasonal forecasts (normally priced at £10 each) for the subscription duration of 1 to 3 years
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DOUBLE UP INTRODUCTORY AUTUMN OFFER!

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http://www.exactaweather.com/Autumn_Sale.html

The memberships/subscriptions include:
  • UK & IRELAND Month ahead forecasts (Normally £10 per month HERE)
  • Our month ahead weather forecasts offer an in depth and detailed outlook on the weather for the month ahead for up to 30 and 50+ days in advance + details of extreme weather events that standard weather models/meteorlogy don't recognise until later.
  • UK seasonal forecasts (Normally £10 each x 4 per year HERE) - Currently includes access to UK & Ireland Autumn 2014 and Winter 2014/15 + Winter snow risk dates forecast
  • Previously correct and seasonal weather events forecast from several months ahead are available to view HERE
  • Regular weather updates including a national week ahead weather forecast
  • No need to download or wait for our email, you can now simply log on to the members area with your username and password (username and password will only be sent after payment is received below)
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HURRICANE GONZALO UPDATE

There is a possibility that the remnants of hurricane Gonzalo could make it's way towards the UK during the middle to end part of next week (timing is uncertain at present and it could be earlier).

OPTION 1

This would
 then cross the UK as a significant/deep low-pressure system (not a hurricane), and bring some rather stormy conditions in its wake. This would at the very least see some widespread heavy rain and strong to gusty winds developing in places across the country.

OPTION 2

However, there is also an additional scenario that must be given some consideration within future developments here (this is by no means certain). If the remnants of hurricane Gonzalo makes an impact across the UK during the mid to end part of next week, this is also likely to coincide with a number of significantly cooler days within this period as some much colder air digs in from the north. So depending on the exact time of occurrence and possible impact (this is important and needs watching), this significant low pressure system could also bring some wintry weather or significant snow/blizzards across higher ground in parts of the north as it clashes with this colder air or potentially overnight (when cooler). There could even be the risk for some wintry/snow showers to develop across some much lower levels of the country, depending on how far south this colder air digs in and if the low pressure system hits us within this period.

Our 6 month ahead autumn forecast to subscribers and the following Mirror article from the 28th September also stated:

http://www.irishmirror.ie/news/irish-news/irish-weather-autumn-could-put-4339251

“Low pressure will become a more dominant feature and conditions will become largely unsettled, with above-average rainfall amounts across many parts of the UK & Ireland."

“A number of deep low pressure systems are also likely to bring some further periods of strong winds and high precipitation. There is also the risk for some wintry showers to develop within this period, most notably across higher ground in parts of the north, but they will not necessarily be restricted to these parts.”


UPDATE ADDED: Wednesday 15th October 2014 (13:00) - James Madden



 


There are many strong signals that support a big freeze/cold & snowy for the UK & Ireland this winter (please read below):

HUGE SIBERIAN SNOW COVER!!!

A strong indicator for a negative Arctic Oscillation (AO) throughout December to March for the UK and Ireland is the extent of the Siberian snow cover in October. There is normally around 1 million square KM of snow cover at this point, in comparison to the massive 5 million square KM at present.

This is a very strong indicator for a negative AO this winter, which allows cold Arctic air to become displaced across the UK & Ireland + it also offers strong support of our 5-6 month ahead pre-calculations for this period.



October Pattern Index

This also supports a weak Polar Vortex and is likely to lead to a blocked winter pattern for the UK and Ireland. Unlike last year the current readings have recorded a negative value for every single day of October to date, some of which have been quite significant.

Solar Activity Levels - An area we have covered extensively

Solar activity levels and the number of earth directed solar flares are also at a minimum, which is also likely to have a significant bearing on our winter weather patterns throughout this year.

S02 Emissions Iceland - Another area we have covered extensively

The large S02 (Sulphur dioxide) emissions from the volcanic activity in Iceland is also likely to contribute towards a much harsher winter throughout 2014/15. To date we have seen concentration levels similar to those of a large scale eruption, and it is these emissions that block out further sunlight to alter our climate and weather patterns. 

IMPORTANT NOTE - Coming Weeks + October and into November

There is likely to be some colder intrusions of Arctic air, that will bring some potentially significant snow across "higher ground" + some 'potential' wintry showers to some lower levels than higher ground. However, this does not mean that the whole country or Ireland is going to see snow or be building snowmen/sledging within weeks. We have never stated anything different and we have been asking people/our followers to read what was provided to other media within "quotation marks" only.

Some colder intrusions will become prominent throughout the latter part of October and into November, when a number of Arctic intrusions are likely. However, these are likely to be restricted more to parts of the north, and there will still be some milder/warmer days thrown in between these colder intrusions. Some significant snow will be likely across higher ground, and some wintry showers to some lower levels can also not be entirely ruled out




 


Autumn & Winter 2014/15 Update + Important Website Changes (below).

Important information from our 5 month ahead 2014/15 winter forecast is now available for public consumption via the following Daily Express article - for what is likely to be an inevitable very cold & snowy winter for the UK & Ireland @ http://www.express.co.uk/news/nature/520672/Winter-weather-2014-UK-forecast-cold-snow-November

The article states the following from our long range forecast in "quotation marks" - which is of the very highest confidence within our forecasting parameters (please take important note of this):

“The worst case and more plausible scenario could bring something on a similar par to the winter of 2009/10, the coldest in 31 years, or an event close to 2010/11 which experienced the coldest December in 100 years."

For the more in depth winter reports including major snow risk dates and what they actually state for the UK & Ireland - please see @ http://www.exactaweather.com/UK_Winter_Forecast_14_15.html

The article also states from our long range forecast in "quotation marks"

James Madden, forecaster for Exacta Weather said: “Over the coming weeks and into November, it is likely to turn progressively colder, even very cold at times, in particular, in parts of the north as northern blocking becomes a somewhat more prominent feature.

“This is likely to bring some significant snow across higher ground within this period."

A number of Arctic intrusions of cold air are likely during the latter part of October and into early November. This is likely to result in some significant snow across higher ground within this period. There may also be the increasing risk for some wintry showers or overnight snow to some lower levels than higher ground too - as indicated in what will then be the 6 month ahead autumn forecast.

Private Weather Companies

It's funny how a large number of private weather companies can pass judgement on something - but then claim that they can't offer an insight or any certainties in regard to what will happen this winter??? (very contradictory).

Unfortunately, they are too quick to forget their own involvement within articles and incorrect forecasts (short & long range) that Exacta Weather opposed and had no involvement within for:

1. 3 month spring heatwave (2014)



2. The hottest summer ever (2014 + 75% certainty)



3. Hot autumn + record-breaking October (2014)

http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news/october-heatwave-could-hit-record-4302563

They do this out of fear and their own insecurity/inability to forecast long range weather events to their clients. They also choose to pass judgement on certain variables such as the headline alone (also very contradictory), without looking deeper into the content of what has actually been said (the same and simplistic logic that they apply to their weather forecasting).

Do they do the same with their forecasts or their involvement with the above incorrect information that they provided for public consumption? No not at all! They hide them away and offer no insight as to where or why they went wrong!

However, they will be more than happy to feature within articles as certain weather events are staring us in the face throughout this winter (which anybody can do with little skill or knowledge of conventional meteorology).

It's a malicious and vindictive old world within the circle of weather forecasting... I wonder why?£?£

Autumn Storm Arrives - Almost On Cue

Our 5 month ahead autumn forecast stated that a major autumn storm would hit the UK for "in or around the 12th October".

It also stated to allow for a slight deviation in exact timing as this forecast was made from 5 months ahead. Earlier last week we experienced the following that made front page news (6 days earlier than suggested from 5 months ahead).



Global Cooling + Solar Science

There has recently been a large number of scientific articles over the past month in reference to Global Cooling (see below).

The title of our blog that dates back to 2009 is even called “Global Cooling & New Ice Age UK” - (Ice Age circulation patterns). All of these scientific statements were made when global warming still had a fairly tight stronghold upon the scientific and global community from the alarmists/Met Office (please feel free to read them - must click archives back to 2009) @ http://globalcoolingnewiceageuk.blogspot.co.uk/

http://www.youtube.com/user/ukweathergeek/videos

Aired on BBC One in December 2010 - When Global Warming was still in high belief + false claims of high solar activity to come from many other credible scientists/NASA


James Madden's winter predictions are based on a change in the sun's activity. “Based on my current research, the UK does need to prepare for much colder winters at present and in the near future, especially if nothing changes in regard to current solar activity levels and the shift of the Gulf Stream.”(Aired BBC One 7:30pm - 6th December 2010).


Big Autumn Heatwave On The Way This Weekend?


The coming week will see things remaining rather unsettled as areas of low pressure bring periods of heavy rain and windy conditions to the country at times. An area of high pressure looks likely to ridge in across parts of the south later in the week, and this could bring some temporary settled weather and milder temperatures for a number of days, in particular, in parts of the south.

A simple and very short lived rebuild of high pressure as indicated in our UK & Ireland month ahead forecast to subscribers for this period - before a reversion back to very unsettled and much cooler conditions, which stated:

However, high pressure may make an attempt at building back in within this period at times, and this may result in some drier and sunnier intervals, in particular, in some parts to the south of the country at times within the period of the 11th - 20th October.

Unless you are a subscriber to the full forecasts, you do not know what we have forecast for certain periods in advance of conventional meteorology - not the manipulated version from others with hidden agendas.

IMPORTANT LEGAL STATEMENT + WEBSITE CHANGES

Only certain information on particular weather events and climate will be posted on this page in future (probably on a weekly basis). The short and long range weather forecasts will now only be available to subscribers of our forecasts. Distribution and application of our forecast information or unauthorised use of the term Exacta Weather is strictly prohibited, and legal action will be taken against those who choose to do so, which may also give rise to a claim for damages through our legal representation. Any press/media/commercial usage of our forecast information must now also be approved by ourselves.

Our legal representation is currently taking further action and serving a desist notice to a number of certain individuals for trademark infringement of Exacta Weather, passing off, defamation and negligent misstatement - as outlined in the following terms and conditions of our website


UPDATE ADDED: MONDAY 13TH OCTOBER 2014 (15:38) - James Madden



Indian Summer/Autumn Warmth Continues - But For How Long?

Another mainly fine day with developing sunny periods has seen maximum temperatures ranging throughout 24-25C in parts of the south on Sunday (well above the seasonal average for the time of the year). High pressure is also likely to stay dominant throughout next week, and this will result in some further mild to very warm temperatures for the time of the year and decent periods of sunshine.

The following Telegraph article also quoted our 150 day ahead autumn forecast in reference to this:

James Madden, forecaster for Exacta Weather, said: "A significant area of high pressure is likely to build in across many parts of the country towards the end of the month and into the early part of October, resulting in some even warmer and potentially very hot weather for the time of the year."


However, the warm weather could trigger off some potentially heavy and thundery showers in places as we progress throughout this week, in particular, in some parts to the south of the country. This may also bring the small risk of some localised surface flooding in these parts, due to some possible absorption problems because of the very dry conditions that we have experienced of late + in addition to the recent thunderstorms/flooding below.

The following Daily Express article from Monday 22nd September also stated:

James Madden, forecaster for Exacta Weather said warm weather over the next few weeks could trigger thunderstorms.

He said: "September and into early October may offer some bursts of warmth and Indian summer type weather. "However, it is also likely to become unsettled at times within this period and any periods of developing warmth within this time frame is likely to be replaced with some potentially vigorous thunderstorm activity, in particular, in some parts to the south and west of the country, where some localised flooding events may occur."

The 5 month ahead UK and Ireland autumn forecast also stated (issued to subscribers in May):

The 2014 Autumn period is likely to experience a more near average to mild/warm theme at times to begin with, in particular, throughout the first half of the season (September to early/mid October). September and into early October may therefore still offer some bursts of warmth and Indian summer type weather. However, it is also likely to be rather unsettled at times within this period and any periods of developing warmth within this time frame is likely to be replaced with some unsettled weather or vigorous thunderstorm activity, in particular, in some parts to the south and west of the country, where some localised flooding events may occur.
 
The remainder of the week will also see some largely dry weather with periods of warm sunshine developing for many parts of the UK and Ireland. This will also see temperatures remaining at well above the seasonal average and a continuation of the autumn warmth/Indian summer type weather.

However, some frontal activity will bring some rain to parts of the far north and west at times during the middle part of the week, although this is likely to dissipate and become lighter natured in any progression to other parts of the country as high pressure remains in control.

The latter part of next week may see low pressure becoming somewhat more influential on our weather patterns, in particular, in some parts to the north and west of the country, and in particular in parts of Ireland. This would result in some potentially unsettled and wet weather for these parts, with a noticeable drop in temperatures too. However, some parts to the south and east of the country would remain more settled and on the warm side due to the influence of high pressure. It may also be possible for this high pressure to be more influential across other parts of the country within this specified period. This would restrict any unsettled weather to parts of the far north and west of the country/Ireland, or prevent it from making much of a widespread impact at all, or maybe until the following week (a tricky one to call overall).

A recent Mirror article also stated the following in reference to this:


James Madden, meteorologist with Exacta Weather, said: “High pressure is likely to build in from the south of the country in the early part of October“This is likely to bring some further Indian summer-type weather and mild to warm conditions within this period for several days at the very least, in particular in southern and eastern parts of the country. “Although some areas will still be at risk of seeing some rain and showers at times, some further drier weather and decent spells of sunshine are likely to develop once again.” But he warned: “The middle part of October, possibly a little earlier, will see a major reversal of these mild and settled conditions. “Low pressure will become a more dominant feature and conditions will become largely unsettled, with above-average rainfall amounts across many parts of Ireland.

The full UK & Ireland October forecast including weather maps is also available in the following link @ http://www.exactaweather.com/UK_Ire_Month_Ahead.html

*NEW* Winter 2014/15 Update - UK & Ireland

One of the leading seasonal outlook models for long range weather and climate (Japan) is now also indicating a very cold winter for the UK and Ireland.


Our 5 month ahead winter report 1 issued to subscribers also stated in reference to this:

Current solar activity levels and our detailed analysis for later in the year, confidently suggest a substantially reduced period of activity, due to alterations in the sun's magnetic field. Solar activity and how this intrinsically alters the expected patterns of ocean behaviour and weather patterns is not considered or given the weighting it should have within long term weather models, and this could well be something that they also won't pick up on until much further down the line (also includes major snow risk dates) @ http://www.exactaweather.com/UK_Winter_Forecast_14_15.html

UPDATE ADDED: Sunday 28th September 2014 (18:42) - James Madden





UK & Ireland Winter Weather Forecast 2014/15

Our UK & Ireland winter 2014/15 forecast defines a particular period of exceptional cold and major snow events due to sudden stratospheric warming and jet stream displacement in the link provided below.

Also includes an alternative volcanic winter report for the possibility of a major volcanic eruption in Iceland.

http://www.exactaweather.com/UK_Winter_Forecast_14_15.html

 
Exacta Weather have also accurately forecast sudden stratospheric warming and jet stream displacement events from several months in advance for the exact dates for the coldest December in 100 years (2010) the coldest March in 130 years (2013) and the coldest U.S. winter in 100 years (2013/14).

http://www.thefreelibrary.com/Voluntary+forecaster+proves+the+Met+Office+wrong+-+again.-a0243768585

http://www.exactaweather.com/uploads/spring2013forecast.pdf

http://www.express.co.uk/news/uk/378966/Britain-set-for-10-day-freeze-as-temperatures-plunge


http://www.exactaweather.com/USA_Long_Range_Weather_Fore.html

 High Pressure Dominating + Bardabunga Volcano Update (Iceland)

The start to September has seen a fairly warm start to the month with temperatures at several degrees above the seasonal average in places. Maximum temperatures would also have been much higher throughout the last week, had it not been for the unfortunate and quite extensive cloud cover that developed. However, the warm weather and well above-average temperatures are set to continue into a second week as high pressure dominates throughout next week. This will bring a largely dry, warm and settled theme for much of the country, with more in the way of ample periods of pleasant sunshine, despite recent indications for an unsettled week in projections from the BBC/Met Office. Towards the end of the week, we could be looking at temperatures reaching the mid 20s in some places at the very least as high pressure remains securely in control.

The following media article in reference to high pressure across the UK & Ireland from the 29th August also stated:

“It will gradually become much warmer as high pressure becomes a more dominant feature and builds in across many parts of the country. “The widespread warmth is also set to last over a minimum of several days to two weeks at the very least."


However, a change in wind direction for the Iceland region could bring an increased risk of some residual volcanic debris and hinder air conditions across parts of the UK and Ireland throughout next week, in particular, across parts of Scotland. This could be a cause for concern if significant ash is emitted within this period, or if a major eruption occurs at Bardabunga in Iceland (which must be considered as a probability with some weighting, due to the ongoing seismic activity and the magnitude of the recorded earthquakes to date).

+ High Sulphur Dioxide Warning - Bardabunga Volcano (Iceland)

Below is a recent satellite image showing clouds of sulphur dioxide from the Bardabunga volcano in Iceland. The interpretable information of sulphur dioxide (SO2) concentration and distribution is called the vertical column density (VCD), which is then given as a Dobson Unit (DU). Strong and explosive volcanic eruptions can result in Dobson Units of 10+. As you can see from the satellite data below and the red shading, recent measurements have shown the emissions almost approaching 10 Dobson Units. However, it must be noted that we have not seen a strong or explosive eruption from the Bardabunga volcano in Iceland as of yet, and the current activity is only 'effusive'. Should an 'explosive' eruption occur, then this clearly demonstrates the overall potential for a large emission of sulphur dioxide (which alters our climate and blocks out sunlight).



The alternative volcano report issued to subscribers in the link below on the 22nd August also stated the following:

http://www.exactaweather.com/UK_Winter_Forecast_14_15.html

One scenario to consider is for a major eruption to occur that perforates the surface of the glacier. This type of eruption would allow for a significant emission of volcanic ash into the atmosphere. The amount of sulphur dioxide emitted would then be a major concern in terms of reflecting sunlight and cooling the earth/various regions.


UPDATE ADDED: 7th September 2014 (11:35) - James Madden


UK & Ireland Final Summer Forecast Review 2014

The Met Office are now confirming a more near average summer with temperatures and rainfall close to normal levels for the season (as suggested in our long range 2014 summer forecast issued in early April to subscribers + below media links from the Daily Mirror x 2)

http://metofficenews.wordpress.com/2014/08/29/cool-wet-august-ends-fairly-average-summer/

The Met Office also state that rainfall during the last few days of August will mean the summer will be slightly wetter than average (our forecast always stated that August would be wetter than average, with June and July likely to be more near to above average).

The following Daily Mirror articles from the 5th and 7th May also stated the following:

http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news/uk-weather-britain-heading-first-3499753 (5th May)

James Madden of Exacta Weather said: "Overall, the long-range summer forecast looks mixed. It's not going to be a wash-out but it wont be as good as last year."

http://www.irishmirror.ie/news/irish-news/irelands-summer-weather-end-abruptly-3509824 (7th May)

But, Mr Madden, whose team predicted last year’s record-breaking summer, said there was no change to the forecast he announced last month.

He added: “It will be a more near-average summer in terms of overall temperatures and overall rainfall amounts.”

The Met Office have also confirmed no major heat-waves for June and July in the link below, despite earlier indications for one of the hottest summers ever from top climate scientists and themselves.

http://www.metoffice.gov.uk/climate/uk/summaries/2014/summer

http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/home-news/weather-summer-2014-to-be-hottest-on-record-9122575.html

http://home.bt.com/news/uknews/britain-set-for-hot-summer-says-met-office-11363910123948

http://www.thesun.co.uk/sol/homepage/news/5679242/Met-Office-too-embarrassed-to-tell-us-its-expecting-sizzling-hot-summer.html

Our long range summer forecast also stated the following in reference to El Nino predictions and the hottest summer ever:

There has also recently been reports from scientific experts in reference to the hottest summer ever occurring during 2014 on the basis of El Nino weather patterns. Unfortunately, these predictions do not consider how solar activity can influence our weather patterns and other major factors such as the Pacific Decadal Oscillation (PDO) in relation to the frequency and strength of El Nino and La Nina episodes. The PDO identifies warm or cool surface waters in the Pacific Ocean (largest ocean in the world) on a monthly basis, with each cool or warm phase generally lasting for around 20-30 years in duration. We are currently in a 'COLD' phase of the PDO, of which La Nina episodes (cooling) are more prevalent and stronger, whereas El Nino (warming) are less infrequent and weaker overall (current indications therefore over-hype the El Nino conditions in current model suggestions). However, El Nino (warming) episodes will still occur, but they will be less infrequent and much weaker in their overall and predicted duration.

Our long range summer forecast to subscribers also identified exactly when the warm to hot spells of weather would occur + in an even earlier article in the Daily Express from the 7th April (before the above Daily Mirror articles):

http://www.express.co.uk/news/uk/469046/UK-weather-latest-Britain-set-for-THREEMONTHS-
of-sun-in-mega-heatwave


James Madden said: “Some periods of warm and settled weather can be expected throughout this summer – in particular in the latter part of July and into the first half of August when many parts of the country could see temperatures ranging in the mid to high 20s 'AT TIMES'.

“Some warmer incursions of weather are also plausible from the mid-month points in both June and July, in particular, in the southern half of the country.

Conclusion

A generally settled theme and a prominent and widespread warm/hot spell with temperatures generally ranging in the mid to high 20s developed across large parts of the country throughout the latter part of July + it remained warm into the first part of August with temperatures reaching 25C in parts of the UK every day up to the 8th.

A warmer incursion of weather was also noted in mid-June when temperatures reached 26.8C in parts of the south on the 13th and 27C later in parts of both Scotland and Ireland on the 18th. A further incursion of warmer weather was also noted in mid-July when temperatures reached 32C in parts of the south on the 18th.



Solar Activity Update - Impact On Upcoming Autumn/Winter? + Weekly Update

Solar activity has currently took a nose-dive to very low levels and this is likely to have a significant bearing on our autumn and winter weather patterns later this year/early next year. At present there are only a number of tiny sunspots on the visible solar disc and we recently experienced our first spotless day in a number of years, something that is likely to become prominent throughout the coming years and decades due to a less magnetically active sun.



IMAGE COURTESY OF SOHO/NASA 21st July (2014)

We have already seen the weakest solar max in at least a century, something that was indicated as a possibility for solar cycle 24 many years earlier via Exacta Weather/our YouTube channel here. These early and recent indications do not bode well and in consideration of how far we are away from the next solar minimum, and the likely impact that this will have on the majority of our future summer and in particular, winter weather patterns.



EXAMPLE OF HOW THE SOLAR DISC SHOULD LOOK DURING SOLAR MAXIMUM AND SOLAR MINIMUM CONDITIONS (ABOVE)

A snippet from the UK & Ireland Autumn 2014 issued in May to subscribers stated the following:

Weather models don't consider solar activity and how this intrinsically alters the expected patterns of ocean behaviour and weather patterns between now and then, and this could well be something that they really won't pick up on until much further down the line.

A snippet from the UK & Ireland Winter 2014/15 issued in May to subscribers stated the following:

Current solar activity levels and our detailed analysis for later in the year, confidently suggest a substantially reduced period of activity, due to alterations in the sun's magnetic field. Solar activity and how this intrinsically alters the expected patterns of ocean behaviour and weather patterns is not considered or given the weighting it should have within long term weather models, and this could well be something that they also won't pick up on until much further down the line.

The UK, Ireland and U.S. Autumn/Fall & Winter forecasts for 2014/15 are available to view in the links below:



This type of analysis has also allowed previous long range forecasts published via Exacta Weather to identify the coldest December in 100 years (2010), the wettest summer in 100 years (2012), the coldest March in 130 years (2013) and the coldest U.S winter in 100 years (2013/14).

The coldest December in 100 years (2010)

http://www.thefreelibrary.com/Voluntary+forecaster+proves+the+Met+Office+wrong+-+again.-a0243768585

James Madden's winter predictions are based on a change in the sun's activity. “Based on my current research, the UK does need to prepare for much colder winters at present and in the near future, especially if nothing changes in regard to current solar activity levels and the shift of the Gulf Stream.”(Aired BBC One 7:30pm - 6th December 2010).

The wettest summer in 100 years (2012) - Issued in early summer 2012

James Madden, of Exacta Weather, said the rest of the summer would be “unsettled” as long as the jet stream – which is responsible for the washout – refuses to budge.

http://www.express.co.uk/news/uk/326685/Summer-starts-in-September

The coldest March in 130 years + one of the snowiest ever (2013) + Copy of Spring forecast 2013 issued to subscribers from 5 months ahead

James Madden, forecaster for Exacta Weather said more wintry showers in March could make it the “snowiest on record”. He said: “March could turn out to be one of the snowiest that we have experienced for quite some time. “There may also be the potential risk of it becoming one of the snowiest March periods on record, and it will be exceptionally cold at times too.”


The coldest USA winter in 100 years (2013/14) + Copy of U.S. Winter forecast 2013/14 issued to subscribers from 9 months ahead


(All of these weather 100 year weather events also hold major significance for our future climate and weather patterns)

UPDATE ADDED: Monday 21st July 2014 (17:46) - James Madden





The following autumn membership sale offers are of extremely good value and can therefore only run for a limited period of time - they include access to all UK & Ireland month ahead/seasonal forecasts (normally priced at £10 each) for the subscription duration of 1 to 3 years
  • 1 Year Full Subscription For £14.99 In The Link Below* - Normally £74.99
  • 3 Year Full Subscription For £27.99 In The Link Below* - Normally £174.99
DOUBLE UP INTRODUCTORY AUTUMN OFFER!

1 year subs above - will receive a 2 year full subscription
3 year subs above - will receive a 6 year full subscription

http://www.exactaweather.com/Autumn_Sale.html

Current subscribers can also extend their memberships with the above offers

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