Comments from Piers Corbyn.
What are LongRange forecasts for?
Forecast observers should note that WeatherAction LongRange forecasts are not an 'early' substitute for short range forecasts. They are intended to help decision making well ahead of events for which advance planning, like booking harvest machinary or gaining advance knowledge of likely energy prices, is a NECESSITY - in situations for which short range forecasts would be too late. For this reason WeatherAction does not normally give detailed Short Range updates because such are 'too late' for the use of subscribers; although for major events we will comment on how short range standard meteorology foecasts are likely to be in error on ocassions.
Past WeatherAction forecasts December 2012 onwards now available in Forecast Archive: http://www.weatheraction.com/pages/pv.asp?p=wact46 for Brit & Ireland, Europe, USA and 'RTQ' (Red Warnings, Thunder-Tornado & Sudden Polar Strato-warms, Quake risk) Aka World Extreme Events.
Mar 30/31 North Atlantic Brit+Ire + Europe
Incredible Atlantic storm is in line with WeatherAction forecast
- while CO2 warmists lie again
THIS "Incredible storm" IS THE STORM IN WEATHERACTION's LONG RANGE FORECAST PREDICTED TO FORM AND INTENSIFY AT THE END OF MARCH (see Euromaps forecast in WeatherAction Euro service and B+I 45d service) - which we also expected would have the power to drive into Britain, Ireland & Europe and potentially bring snow and blizzards. Although there was snow in Britain which the Met Office short range missed in the Easter period the storm systems were largely blocked in Atlantic (above!) and The Euro-storm action expected pushed South in a seperate system - along with the huge shift of Jet Stream South - to instead bring extensive blizzards in centre-West Europe in Easter period.
That storm pic is amazing, similar on his facebook.
http://www.weatheraction.com/displayart ... ?a=525&c=5
...rosebud, don't you think his public front page seems a lot better by including his pics? :ymhug:
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