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The Upcoming Blast From The Arctic

The upcoming blast from the Arctic, will bring wide spread snow to Britain. With the instability of the polar air, expect the unexpected. December 17th 2010 will be a day to remember for many and going down in the weather history books.

Wrap up warm, and prepare for the Arctic in your garden!

The London transport system along with may others will come to an abrupt halt.

Take care out there. This is a small taste of what is to come!

robert

robert

 

My Alternative Winter Forecast

[color="#000000"][b][size="3"]My alternative winter forecast[/size]:[/b]

[size="2"]Snow will be prolonged and hard this winter with some places receiving seven to eight feet and higher drifts. The outlook for Christmas day and into the New Year will be one of snow storms!

Places that will have substantial snow will include [b]Cardiff, Exeter, bishops hill, London, Derbyshire [/b]to name but a few! I'm not sure where bishops hill is, but it was given by my experts upstairs!

The winter of 2010/2011 will be very harsh and lasting well into next March.

Note: The weather outlook above is not done by any models, its the opinion of them upstairs not me![/size]
Now back to the real model watching![/color]

robert

robert

 

The Coming Week And Beyond!

Just put my little forecast for the coming week or so by viewing the current models and using my own techniques.Wintry mix from now until mid week with some large accumulations. Friday onwards there will be some quite remarkable accumulations of snow for Scotland and the Dundee area. The South East of the UK will see up to or near 15 inch or more with Bedford and the surrounding counties seeing large accumulations.The midlands will also see large accumulations. Many parts of south west UK will not be spared!Looking beyond February have a date for a weather event which showed up and will play out from around the 14 to 16th March.

robert

robert

 

Winter 2007/2008

Hi Everyone! I will be frequenting the weather site more over the Winter Months! I do regularly check the weather during most weeks through the year but not login. As PP (comments) I did make a prediction about a drought! which never came..I'm sticking to my Winter forecasts. It could of be for next year who knows! as I work with spirit and maybe should not be trying to predict the weather and use conventional methods ! Anyway hope you are all having a jolly good time and it will be nice to start lampposts watching Rob

robert

robert

 

My Predictions

Just a little information to explain how make my own weather predictions. The predictions do not actually come from myself but from my spirit guide Matthew. I have never strayed into the world of weather using my gift to predict the weather before. Since I have started to predict certain weather events for particular periods of time they have been pretty close to the mark I would say. Now do I have a reason maybe that sometimes they do not fall on the exact date maybe a day or two before or after the exact date? It maybe that when he gives me the dates that you are getting extra advanced warning as in my last predictions for 10th February today. Some may still have some snow in mountain areas but the main snow events occurred on the 8th and then a big one on the 9th yesterday. I would call that advance warning in that he gave me the 10th as an actual date for a significant weather event yet it did occur a day or two before. Another reason could be because spirit do not view time how we do here in the physical world. There is no time in spirit. Anyway if you would still like me to predict using my own methods then I shall continue. If you would rather I not then I will stop. Having said that I do find the scientific approach fascinating and I do think there is room for alternative ways of forecasting other than the traditional scientific method. I don't think i have done too bad with the dates so far! Robert

robert

robert

 

19th 20th February Prediction

19th 20th February Prediction I have decided to add these two dates of another prediction of mine when all of the UK could see some very significant snow fall. Robert

robert

robert

 

My 10th February 2007 Prediction

Just posting my weather prediction I made around the 15th January I for get the exact date but I think it was around then or a little before or day or so later as that post no longer exists. I prediction a (Significant) weather event for the 10th February 2007. Although this time I was not given the exact type of event it would be I was told it would be one that hits the (News Headlines). After being asked if I could get what type of event it would be I said in the thread it maybe a snow event with it being this time of year. I am still sticking to my prediction date and would never go back on this and any future dates for weather events I get. Keep safe folks whatever the weather event is Robert

robert

robert

 

3rd March 2007 Weather Prediction

I know some on here seem interested in my unconventional way I use for predicting weather. I am just giving you the date of my next prediction I was given. I was given 3rd March 2007 for something (Very Big) for us here in the UK. If I get any other prediction date for weather sooner than the big event for 3rd March then I will post it when and if i get it. Again it was not so specific as to what kind of weather event this will be. My own feelings on this is that it will tend more towards a very big wintry event. Anyway the prediction is done now and out the way. I also want to say that this site is the best in the UK for weather information and it helps so many to plan ahead with events and precautionary weather warnings that are given from time to time which could actually save lives in severe weather instances. Well done NW for the work that you put in to making this site the best around. I look forward to future features that will be coming soon and long into the future Robert

robert

robert

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