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John Badrick

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  1. I'm going to put it out there on a hunch and say no more sunspots for the rest of the year and well into 2020, maybe even the majority of 2020 spotless if not the whole year i.e. the beginning of a Dalton type minima
  2. Yeah, we're heading into deep solar minimum starting end of the year -beginning of 2020 I don't understand why this is so difficult to grasp?
  3. No, because we are not at solar minimum yet!!! not until end of this year into 2020 will we see minimum levels. these sunspots are from current cycle 24!! how many times!!!!
  4. What??? not at min yet cycle 25 not started these sun spots are from 24!!!!
  5. https://spaceweatherarchive.com/2019/04/10/experts-predict-the-solar-cycle/ Didn't think we hit minimum yet. “As you can see – we haven’t quite reached the lowest levels of the last cycle – where we experienced several consecutive months with no sunspots. However, the panel expects that we should reach those levels [between now and the end of 2020].”
  6. lost complete trust in met long term forecasts. they were banging on about cold all winter, easterly winds etc. even in to Feb. in fact the complete opposite happened and we had record heat
  7. and if you look at the radar it looks like the first front is pivoting and heading back through cornwall, squashed from both sides
  8. north Cornwall got a pasting this afternoon. some kids had to leave school early and then bus got stuck. some teachers had to abandon their cars. wasn't forecast to be this bad
  9. They were crazy times, these were taken in Cornwall in March this year, this was the road leading down to the beach with 6ft snow drifts
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