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>Cold weather ahead?

>There is an ocean pattern in the Pacific called the Pacific Decadal Oscillation. It has a warm mode and and cool mode and switches between these every 20–30 years or so. It has switched to the early stages of its cool mode this year. Cool modes seem to be predictive of cooler weather over their duration.

This combined with the current nadir of sunspots and no sign of the next sunspot cycle beginning, also a harbinger of cooler weather, means we could be in for a cold next few years.

Categories: climate change, science
  1. 2008 July 27 at 08:26
  2. 2008 July 27 at 11:55

    Thanks TMYU. I saw this last week. What makes it especially useful is the author used to believe in global warming but has since changed his mind based on evidence.

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