Long Term Weather Forecasting with Piers Corbyn
Posted by pwl on December 28, 2009
“The natural state of the world for the last few million years is ice ages with intermittent warm periods lasting you know typically 10,000 years which we’re in now, year 10,000 now so logically there is an ice age due.” – Piers Corbyn
Regarding Piers Corbyn’s recent forecasts.
This graphic from NSIDC on the right side shows the “negative phase of the artic oscillation” weather pattern that seems to be happening now as Piers Corbyn forecast with the cold blowing (see the two black arrows labeled “cold” in the right side of the diagram) over northern Europe and Canada and the USA.
It sure looks like Piers Corbyn called it right using a forecasting model based upon the Arctic Oscillation Index and comprehension of the diagram you show above. Cold blowing across Europe and Canada/USA in the NO graphic as Piers forecast. Fascinating.
Here is Pier Corbyn’s forecast for December 2009 – January 2010.
For more details on this interesting arctic weather pattern change see The Arctic Oscillation Index goes strongly negative.
Back to the interview videos.
Here is “Piers Corbyn’s Assessment of the State of the Climate Change Global Warming Debate.”