Britain set to suffer a mini ice age

“Britain is set to suffer a mini ice age that could last for decades and bring with it a series of bitterly cold winters,” says this article by Laura Caroe.

“And it could all begin within weeks as experts said last night that the mercury may soon plunge below the record -20C endured last year.”

“The anticipated cold blast will be due to the return of a disruptive weather pattern called La Nina,” Caroe continues.

La Nina, which brings unusually cold ocean temperatures to the Pacific, “was linked to our icy winter last year – one of the coldest on record.”

“And it coincides with research from the Met Office indicating the nation could be facing a repeat of the “little ice age” that gripped the country 300 years ago, causing decades of harsh winters.”

The good news, according to a Met Office spokesman, is that although La Nina is recurring, temperatures in the equatorial Pacific are “only 1C below normal, compared with a drop of 2C at the same time last year.”

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Thanks to Jeff Rense, Edward Nowak and Wanda for this link

8 thoughts on “Britain set to suffer a mini ice age”

  1. Did ya all catch that ONLY 1C BELOW normal heck no biggie, but let it be the other way around, 1C ABOVE normal, and it’s TEOTWAWKI!!! I’d wager that having to put out that cold weather forecast from the warmist MET left an unpalatable taste in their mouths…

  2. La Nina comes and goes without bringing arctic conditions to Britain. There must be other factors involved. General planetary cooling, changing blocking pressure systems, jet stream, gulf stream are some things that come to mind. Robert, can you or anyone comment on this?

    • I agree, it would be nice to have a reference graph showing all the relevant cycles/factors that Robert has mentioned in his book on this page.

  3. record -20 last year? I remember the mercury hitting -21 in december 1995, the met office can’t even keep track of their own data.

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