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Public Warning: Joe Bastardi: “Severe Event” For Europe by P. Gosselin
Saturday, December 11th 2010, 6:11 AM GMT
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CLICK for MUST SEE VIDEO to see Europe Gets Hit by Extreme Cold by Joe Bastardi - see also Public Warning: Solar Climate Change for Mid December from Piers Corbyn

So far it’s been a really cold winter for much of Europe, and so you’d think we’d be due for a little relief. Think again!

Although western Europe will enjoy some milder temps this weekend, it isn’t going to last long. Already next week the bitter cold will be back. This is just the kind of winter weather that not only paralyzes economic activity, but also wreaks havoc on streets and highways – freeze-thaw-freeze cycles that rip asphalt surfaces apart. Expect major damage this winter and huge potholes later on.

Joe Bastardi’s latest video Europe Gets Hit by Extreme Cold is not good news. By Tuesday night the cold will spread over Central and Western Europe. Bastardi:
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Now the Army moves in to clear away snow in coldest December for 100 years as fuel runs out at petrol stations in Scotland and East Anglia
Thursday, December 9th 2010, 8:58 PM GMT
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Thursday, December 9th 2010, 12:32 PM GMT
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BRITAIN is experiencing a “once-in-a-lifetime” big freeze – and forecasters predict temperatures of minus 20C are on their way.

The Met Office has issued severe weather warnings for Scotland, the north and east of England today and tomorrow with warnings of up to eight inches of snow today in the Yorkshire Moors.

Less remote areas could see up to four inches of snowfall. And next week, up to six inches of snow, which could last until Christmas, is forecast across much of Britain.

Another onslaught is expected this weekend or early next week, according to meteorologist Brian Gaze.

It is set to cause added mayhem to the cold blast which has already led to 13 deaths and wreaked havoc on the roads, trains and at airports. Met Office forecaster Helen Chivers said it would be milder tomorrow but it won’t last.

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Forecasters warn Christmas could be cancelled as cold weather grips UK
Wednesday, December 8th 2010, 6:48 PM GMT
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Christmas will have to be put on hold this year as the ‘once in a lifetime’ cold snap threatens to tighten its grip on ice-bound Britain, forecasters are warning

Festivities are facing a white-out with the return of snow next week and Arctic conditions set to continue beyond the 25th.

It means drivers are being warned not to travel in the run-up to Christmas, when millions hit the roads to visit relatives or to do last-minute shopping.

Chaos across the transport network could mean gifts sent through the post do not arrive in time and shops will run low on food and other essentials.
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Will La Nina Bring More Snow to US, Europe? by Paul Yeager
Saturday, December 4th 2010, 9:30 PM GMT
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December may have barely begun, but the harsh realities of winter have already set in for large portions of North America and Europe -- and another storm will leave a path of snow in its wake from the northern Plains to parts of the South through the weekend.

The La Nina that U.S. government forecasters have been talking about since May is at least partially responsible and will continue to influence the weather for the winter.

Current Northern Hemisphere snow cover is extensive. This includes Western Europe, where this week the earliest snowstorm since 1993 crippled travel and further strained financially strapped municipalities that needed to deal with the cleanup.

Snow also covers the region from the Pacific Northwest to the northern Plains, where potent storms last week interrupted holiday travel. In the mountains, the snow depth can be measured by feet, and even relatively low-elevation locations, such as Salt Lake City, have had plenty of early-season snowfall.
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Norway’s coldest November in living memory by Anthony Watts, WUWT
Friday, December 3rd 2010, 6:14 PM GMT
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Yesterday we saw the satellite image of the UK, buried under snow for the second time in 2010, see UK Covered in snow, for the second winter. And we’ve seen and heard the reports about the impact snow is having in the UK and in Europe. Now let’s have alook at some cold records.

Translated from is the joint online weather service from the Norwegian Meteorological Institute and the Norwegian Broadcasting Corporation.

Norway got over a hundred new records in November.

Cold, colder, coldest. Unless you remember back to the year 1919, November 2010 is definitely the “coldest.”

The whole country is in the freezer

In the middle of November, it was extremely cold in many parts of the country, “says Hans Olav Hygen.

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Friday, December 3rd 2010, 6:00 PM GMT
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ONE of the first tasks for the team conducting the Department for Transport’s “urgent review” into the inability of our transport system to cope with snow and ice will be to interview the cocky public figure who assured breakfast TV viewers last month that “I am pretty confident we will be OK” at keeping Britain moving this winter.

They were uttered by Transport secretary Philip Hammond himself, who just a fortnight later is already being forced to eat humble pie.

He should consider himself the lucky one. There was no steaming hot pie on offer to the hundreds of rail passengers stuck on trains overnight and abandoned on railway platforms as virtually the entire rail system into Kent and Sussex shut down.

There was little cheer either for passengers stranded at Gatwick and Edinburgh airports, or those stuck in their cars on blocked roads.

I shan’t be waiting with bated breath for publication of the latest review into our fair weather transport system. Government reports have a habit of arriving at far more reliable intervals than the buses and trains. We have already two Department for Transport (DfT) reports in as many years on the failure to cope with the past two winters.
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European countries battle weather chaos, BBC News
Friday, December 3rd 2010, 10:28 AM GMT
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THE COLDEST WINTER FOR 100 YEARS - SO WHERE ARE THE GRITTERS by Mark Reynolds: Updated with comments by Piers Corbyn
Thursday, December 2nd 2010, 3:08 PM GMT
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Image AttachmentBRITAIN ground to an icy halt yesterday as the nation’s gritters again failed to keep roads clear – costing the economy billions.

The big freeze saw more than half of Britons arrive late for work, and millions more stayed at home as road, rail and air networks were paralysed.

With more than 10 inches of snow in some parts and a further eight inches set to fall overnight, forecasters are predicting the worst winter for 100 years. Motoring organisations criticised the inability to get the nation moving and experts estimated the chaos could cost £1.2billion a day.

The sorry picture on the roads was replicated across the rail network and Gatwick and Edinburgh airports also remained closed with hundreds of flights cancelled.

The catastrophic failure of the authorities to deal with a snow fall that had been widely and accurately forecast came after Transport Secretary Philip Hammond promised last week that there was a “strategic stockpile” of grit.

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Piers Corbyn: - Essence of Winter Europe - Public Sponsored Forecast - HELL TO FREEZE OVER THIS WINTER
Wednesday, December 1st 2010, 7:33 AM GMT
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